Installation Instructions
Power over the Ethernet
PoE Managed Midspan Solution for
Standard Network Infrastructure
Installation Guide
Models Include:
NetWay8MVNetWay16MV
- Eight (8) Port PoE Midspan Injector - Sixteen (16) Port PoE Midspan Injector
DOC#: NETM
Rev. 050611
More than just power.™
Overview:
Altronix NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV Managed Midspans provide power and pass data for PoE compliant cameras/edge
devices. Cameras/edge devices may be located up to 100m from the NetWayMV unit. A NetWayXT/NetWayXTX repeater
module can be utilized to extend the distance an additional 100m for a total range of up to 200m. A maximum range of 600m
is possible using multiple repeaters, based on camera/device port requirement. NetWay Managed Midspans are capable of
supporting non-PoE compliant fixed and PTZ IP cameras utilizing NetWay1512 or NetWay3012 adapters.
NetWay8MV:
NetWayMV Specifications:
NetWay16MV:
• Eight (8) ports of cameras/edge devices over ethernet (CAT5) cable up to a distance of 100m per port.
• 220VAC 60Hz, 1.5A (NetWay8MV).
Agency Listings:
• CE approved.
Common Specifications:
Features (cont’d):
Power:
• Unit supplies PoE output voltage (55V), and up to
30W max. full power per port.
Total power: NetWay8MV - 150W,
NetWay16MV - 300W.
• IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at compliant (PoE Plus).
• All output circuits are power-limited.
• Short circuit protection.
Functions:
• Programmble PoE shutdown for each port. Utilized to
reset cameras/edge devices
(see Technical Specifications pg. 5).
• PoE manual shutdown (see Technical Specifications pg. 5).
• Auto detection and protection of legacy
non-PoE cameras/edge devices.
Features:
• Sixteen (16) ports of cameras/edge devices over ethernet (CAT5) cable up to a distance of 100m per port.
• 220VAC 60Hz, 2.5A (NetWay16MV).
• LAN or laptop connection enables programming of
PoE shutdown and port monitoring.
• User interface (Fig. 6, pg. 7).
• Illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker
with manual reset (switch).
• Individual port status LEDs.
• IEC 320 - 3-wire grounded line cord (detachable).
• Unit can be rack or shelf mounted.
• 1U rack mount chassis for use in standard EIA 19” rack.
Accessories:
NetWay1512:
• 15W adapter for non-PoE compliant IP cameras.
NetWay3012:
• 25W adapter for non-PoE compliant IP
fixed or PTZ cameras.
NetWayXT:
• PoE repeater module extends range 100m.
NetWayXTX:
• PoE+ repeater module extends range 100m.
Installation Instructions:
Wiring methods shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/NFPA70), local codes, and the authorities
having jurisdiction. NetWayMV is not intended to be connected to outside plant leads. These products are for indoor use
only and must be installed within the protected premises.
1. Attach mounting brackets to NetWayMV unit for rack or wall mount installation (Figs. 8 or 9, pg. 11).
Affix rubber pads to NetWayMV for shelf installation (Fig. 10, pg. 11).
2. Secure the unit in a rack or place unit on a shelf as desired.
Note: The following factors should be taken into consideration when installing these rack mount units:
a. The unit is to be installed in a space where the maximum ambient temperature does not exceed 104ºF (40ºC).
b. Take care to ensure there is sufficient air flow around the unit and that obstructions do not impede it.
c. When mounting units in rack, take care to avoid uneven loading which can cause a hazardous condition.
3. Set illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker to the (OFF) position (Fig. 1g, pg. 3).
4. Plug the grounded AC line cord (included) into the IEC 320 connector of the NetWayMV unit (Fig. 1h, pg. 3). Plug unit into a reliable earth grounded socket. When using multiple units the sum of the individual name plate ratings should not exceed the supply circuit rating. Do not connect to a receptacle controlled by a switch.
5. Connect structured cables from port marked [IN] on NetWayMV to the corresponding inputs of an ethernet switch or
video server (Fig. 1b, pg. 3, Fig. 5, pg. 5).
Note: All cabling and wire must be UL Listed and/or Recognized wire suitable for their application.
6. Connect structured cables from port marked [OUT] on NetWayMV to PoE compliant camera/edge devices
(Fig. 1a, pg. 3, Fig. 5, pg. 5).
7. Upon completion of wiring set illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker to the RESET (ON) position (Fig. 1g, pg. 3).
8. Port status LEDs on the NetWayMV will initialize when PoE devices are connected as follows:
- LED will illuminate when devices are IEEE 802.3af compliant.
- LED will blink once and illuminate when devices are IEEE802.3at compliant (PoE Plus).
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9. To utilize the PoE shutdown feature it is necessary to do the following:
a. Connect a device that will provide a low voltage trigger input (see Technical Specifications pg. 5) to terminals
marked [+ --- , PoE Shutdown] on the NetWayMV (Fig. 1e, pg. 2). When voltage is applied, the PoE shutdown
enabled PoE port(s) will drop to zero volts. Removing the low voltage trigger input at the [+ --- , PoE shutdown]
terminals will allow the PoE port(s) to operate normally and supply power to PoE compliant devices. Power will
reset in approximately 4 seconds. Although there is no output voltage to power PoE devices during shutdown,
data signals may still be present on the data pair lines of the structured cable.
b. Individual ports must be programmed utilizing the user interface (see User Interface and Programming, pgs. 6-9).
Port Status and LED Flash Codes:
Port Status
All Ports Off
Port Off
Port On
Class 4 detection Port
Non-compliant Device
Port Overload Fault
Flash Codes
Sequential LED Port Scan
OFF
ON
Blinks 2 times
2Hz
5Hz
4 Port Overload Grouped
5Hz
8 Port Overload Grouped
5Hz
Description
No devices connected
LED OFF
LED ON
Enables power to PoE devices.
Will prevent port from turning on.
Will prevent port from turning on.
4 LEDs
Will prevent ports from turning on.
LEDs 1-8 Power Supply Overload for ports 1-8.
LEDs 9-16 Power Supply Overload for ports 9-16.
Fig. 1
+ PoE -SHUTDOWN
NetWay8MV - Front Panel
1a
1b
1c
1d 1e
1f
+ PoE -SHUTDOWN
NetWay16MV - Front Panel
1g
1h
AC POWER
NetWay8MV & NetWay16MV - Rear Panel
1a
1b
1c
1d
1e
1f
1g
1h
OUT 1-8 (NetWay8MV), OUT 1-16 (NetWay16MV): Structured cable to PoE compliant cameras/edge devices.
IN 1-8 (NetWay8MV), IN 1-16 (NetWay16MV): Structured cable to ethernet switch or video server.
LED(s) 1-8 (NetWay8MV), 1-16 (NetWay16MV): Port status LEDs.
Reset: Restores unit to factory settings.
+ --- , PoE Shutdown: Low voltage trigger input (see Technical Specifications pg. 5).
Ethernet: LAN or laptop connection enables NetWayMV programming and status monitoring.
Illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker (switch):
• OFF position Circuit breaker tripped Switch not illuminated.
• RESET (ON) position Switch illuminated.
IEC 320 Connector: 220VAC 60Hz (grounded line cord included).
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Installing a NetWay1512 adapter for 12VDC IP cameras up to 13W:
1. Mount NetWay1512 in proximity to IP camera (Fig. 2, pg. 4). Affix one side of velcro (supplied) to NetWay1512
and the place the second side of the velcro in the desired location.
2. Connect structured cable from port marked [IN] on
Fig. 2 - NetWay1512
NetWay1512 to any ports marked [OUT] of NetWay8MV/
NetWay16MV (Fig. 2, pg. 4, Fig. 1a, pg. 3).
3. Connect structured cable from port marked [OUT] on
Netway1512
NetWay1512 to the IP camera (Fig. 2, pg. 4).
4. Connect 12VDC output from NetWay1512 terminals
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Structured
12VDC
marked [--- 12VDC +] to the power input of the
OUT
IN
Cable from
--- Output +
-- +
NetWay
12VDC
IP camera (Fig. 2, pg. 4). Polarity must be observed.
Output
5. Power LED indicator will illuminate on NetWay1512
Structured Cable
from IP Camera/Device
under normal conditions (Fig. 2, pg. 4).
Power
Adapter
LED
Installing a NetWay3012 adapter for 12VDC IP PTZ up to 25W:
1. Mount NetWay3012 in proximity to IP camera utilizing mounting
hole (Fig. 3, pg. 5). Use a proper fastener and/or wall anchor
when securing NetWay3012 to the wall.
2. Connect structured cable from port marked [IN] on NetWay3012
to ports marked [OUT] of NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV
(Fig. 3, pg. 4, Fig. 1a, pg. 3).
3. Connect structured cable from port marked [OUT] on
NetWay3012 to the IP fixed or PTZ camera (Fig. 3, pg. 4).
4. Connect 12VDC output from NetWay3012 terminals marked
[+ 12VDC ---] to the power input of the
IP camera (Fig. 3, pg. 4). Polarity must be observed.
IN
5. Power LED indicator will illuminate on NetWay3012 under
normal conditions (Fig. 3, pg. 4).
Installing a NetWayXT/NetWayXTX repeater module:
NetWayXT will work only with PoE devices.
NetWayXTX will work with PoE/PoE+ devices.
1. Mount NetWayXT/NetWayXTX in desired location utilizing
the mounting hole (Fig. 4, pg. 4). Use a proper fastener and/or
wall anchor when securing NetWayXT/NetWayXTX to the wall.
2. Connect structured cable from port marked [OUT] on NetWay
to port marked [IN] on the NetWayXT/NetWayXTX
(Fig. 4, pg. 4, Fig. 1a, pg. 3).
3. Connect structured cable from port marked [OUT] on
NetWayXT/NetWayXTX to the PoE/PoE+ camera/edge device
or next NetWayXT/NetWayXTX repeater (Fig. 4, pg. 4).
4. Port status LEDs will illuminate on NetWayXT/NetWayXTX
indicating the port is operational (refer to LED Definitions).
5. Power LED will illuminate indicating 12VDC output.
Power
Fig. 3 - NetWay3012
I.T.E. 43KC
Netway3012
Adapter
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OUT
12VDC
+ Output ---
Fig. 4 - NetWayXT/NetWayXTX
NetWayXT
NetwayXT
Repeater
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Structured
Cable from
NetWay8/16
Power
LED
Structured Cable
to IP Camera/
Edge Device
or next
NetWayXT
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OUT
NetWayXTX
Structured
Cable from
NetWay8/16
IN
Port LED definitions for NetWayXT repeater:
Status
Green LED
OFF
Indicates it is connected as 10Base-T or no link.
ON
Indicates it is connected as 100Base-TX.
Blinking
--------------------------Port LED definitions for NetWayXTX repeater:
Status
PoE/PoE+ Output LED
OFF
No PoE/PoE+ Output
ON
Normal PoE/PoE+ Output
Blinking
-------
Structured Cable
from NetWay8V,
NetWay8MV, NetWay16V
or NetWay16MV
Power LED
-- 12VDC
+ Power to
Camera
Structured Cable
from IP Camera
PoE/PoE+ Input LED
No PoE/PoE+ Input
PoE/PoE+ Input
-------
PoE/PoE+
Output
LED
Port Status
Structured
LEDs
Cable to
PoE/PoE+
Camera/Device or
next NetWayXTX
PoE/PoE+
Input
LED
Yellow LED
Indicates no link.
Indicates a link.
Indicates activity.
Yellow LED
Indicates no link.
Indicates a link.
Indicates activity.
NetWay8MV/ NetWay16MV
NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV Typical Application:
Fig. 5
NetWayXT
Extends Ethernet
100m
I.T.E. 43KC
NetwayXT
Repeater
PoE Camera
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Power
OUT
IN
PoE Camera
PoE +
Camera
NetWay1512
Netway1512
Typical UL294 Application:
Card
Reader
I.T.E.
43KC
Adapter
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IN
OUT
12VDC
+ Output ---
12VDC
IP camera
Strike
HID Solo
NetWay8MV
+ PoE -SHUTDOWN
Programming
and Status
Ethernet Switch
NVR/Network Server
Technical Specifications:
Parameter
Description
NetWay8MV - Eight (8) Ports.
No. of Ports
NetWay16MV - Sixteen (16) Ports.
NetWay8MV: 220VAC 60Hz, 1.5A.
NetWay16MV: 220VAC 60Hz, 2.5A.
Input power requirements
Fuse: 4A/125V (NetWay16MV has 2 fuses).
Note: To reduce the risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
Indicators
Port Status LED
5VDC to 24VDC or 12VAC to 24VAC
PoE Shutdown Voltage and
Minimum current: 2mA for 5VDC
Current Range
Minimum current for higher voltages: 10mA
Operating Ambient Temperature: -20ºC to 40ºC (-4ºF to 104ºF).
Relative humidity: 85%, +/- 5%
Environmental Conditions
Storage Temperature: -20º to 70ºC (-4º to 158ºF).
Operating Altitude: -1000 to 10,000 ft. (-304.8 to 3048m).
Regulatory Compliance
NetWay8MV/ NetWay16MV
CE approved
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NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV User Interface and Programming:
Note: A constant PC connection is not required for proper operations and is used as a local programming/monitoring tool only.
Step 1. Set Local Area Connection of your laptop to DHCP mode.
For Windows XP:
a.Open Network Connections by clicking Start button, then clicking Settings, then clicking Network Connections.
b.Right click the Local Area Connection. Click Properties. Administrator permission required
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
c.
Double click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) menu item.
d.
Choose the Obtain an IP address automatically option.
e.
Click OK. Close all windows.
For Windows Vista:
a.Open Network Connections by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel,
clicking Network and Internet, clicking Network and Sharing Center, and then clicking Manage Network
connections.
b.Right click the Local Area Connection icon, and then click Properties. Administrator permission required
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
c.
Click the Networking tab. Under this connection uses the following items, click either Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6), and then click Properties.
d.To specify IPv4 IP address settings, click Obtain an IP address automatically, and then click OK.
e.To specify IPv6 IP address settings, click Obtain an IPv6 address automatically, and then click OK.
For Windows 7:
a.Open Network Connections by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button, clicking Control Panel,
clicking Network and Internet, clicking Network and Sharing Center, and then clicking Change Adapter
Settings.
b.Right click the Local Area Connection icon, and then click Properties. Administrator permission required
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
c.
Click the Networking tab. Under this connection uses the following items, click either Internet Protocol
Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6), and then click Properties.
d.To specify IPv4 IP address settings, click Obtain an IP address automatically, and then click OK.
e.To specify IPv6 IP address settings, click Obtain an IPv6 address automatically, and then click OK.
Step 2. Connect a laptop or PC to the Ethernet port of your NetWayMV unit. NetWayMV unit should be powered up
at this moment.
Step 3. Open a browser window (it is necessary to update your browser software to the latest version so that the pages
display and function correctly).
Step 4. Enter the NetWayMV IP address (the default IP address is 192.168.168.168) into the address bar.
Status page will be displayed.
Step 5. Click Setup link. Setup page will be displayed. You may now program your NetWayMV.
All NetWayMV units come factory set:
a. Ports - Enabled.
b. Ports - PoE shutdown Disabled.
c. Power Allocation Mode - Class restricted.
Port Priority:
NetWayMV allows you to prioritize ports so that power will be allocated to the port with the highest priority first and the
lowest priority last. This will ensure that ports with the higher priority will continue to operate in the event the
NetWayMV is overloaded. Priority is designated 1 through 8, with 1 as the highest and 8 as the lowest.
NetWay8MV - Port priority is factory set at 1 through 8 for ports 1 through 8.
NetWay16MV - Port priority is factory set at 1 through 8 for ports 1 through 8 and 1 through 8 for ports 9 through 16.
1. To reassign port priority select desired number from the drop down box for that corresponding port.
It is necessary to assign the port with the highest priority first and continue in ascending order.
2.Click Submit to save the changes or proceed with programming.
Note: Access Control Ports must have highest priority.
Port Identification:
NetWayMV allows you to identify each port (ID up to 8 characters).
1. Type the desired ID into the text box for each corresponding port.
2.Click Submit to save the changes or proceed with programming.
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PoE Port Setup:
Individual ports may be disabled if those ports are not used or to avoid the connection of unauthorized PoE devices.
1. To disable one or more ports click on the Disable radio button(s) in the PoE column (Fig. 6, pg. 7).
2. To enable one or more ports click on the Enable radio button(s) in the PoE column (Fig. 6, pg. 7).
Note: To enable all ports click on the Enable All link below PoE column.
3.Click Submit to save the changes or proceed with programming.
PoE Port Shutdown:
Individual ports may be set for PoE shutdown. PoE shutdown affects only enabled ports and only
occurs when a trigger input is applied to the PoE shutdown terminals on the NetWayMV.
1. To enable PoE shutdown for one or more ports click on the Enable radio button(s) in the PoE shutdown
column (Fig. 6, pg. 7).
2. To disable PoE shutdown for one or more ports click on the Disable radio button(s) in the PoE shutdown
column (Fig. 6, pg. 7).
Note: To enable or disable PoE shutdown for all ports click on corresponding link below PoE shutdown column.
3.Click Submit to save the changes or proceed with programming.
Power Allocation Mode:
NetWayMV features the ability to select how total power is allocated to the ports.
-Class Restricted Power Mode - each port will be allocated the maximum rated power that the PoE device will
broadcast.
-Dynamic Power Mode - each port will supply the specific amount of power that the PoE device requires
for operation.
Note: Be sure not to exceed the total power NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV is rated at.
1. Click on the corresponding radio button to set the Power Mode desired (Fig. 5, pg. 7).
2.Click Submit to save the changes or proceed with programming.
NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV Status Page
Fig. 6
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Setting Up Administrative Password
The administrative password options could be turned on to protect the unit from unwanted access to
programming interface.
1. Click Setup link. Setup page will be displayed.
2. Click Change Password link. Change Password page will be displayed
3. Type the desired password into the New Password window.
4. Re-type same password into the Confirm New Password window.
5. Click Submit to save the changes.
Configuring NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV for Network Connection
Since every Network Configuration is different, please check with your Network Administrator to see if your NetWay8MV/
NetWay16MV should use specific IP addresses and/or Inbound Port number prior to setting up the network connection.
1. Click Network Settings link.
If you are prompted for an administrative password, type and submit the password.
Note: Unit comes with administrative password option turned off.
2. Network Setup page will be displayed. You may now configure your NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV for network
connection.
Fig. 7 -NETWORK SETTING MENU. This menu is for configuring the NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV units for
a network connection.
Fig. 7 -Network Menu – LAN
Fig. 7
Network Type:
Static IP: User must set a fixed IP for network connection.
IP: This field shows the NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV current IP Address.
Subnet Mask: This field shows the subnet mask for your network so the NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV will be recognized
within the network.
Inbound Port: Port number for HTTP/WEB communication.
Host Name: Name of the NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV device on the LAN.
1.
2.
Additional information:
You will need to input the information manually. In order for DDNS to work, you must enter valid data, compatible
with your network, for all of the network setting fields: IP address, Subnet Mask, Inbound Port and Host Name.
If you are connecting through a router, make sure that you have ‘opened up’ all the required network ports in the port
forwarding section of your router’s setup options. That is, you have directed the router to send any incoming traffic
using those IP ports to the LAN IP address of the NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV. Useful information about router port
forwarding can be found at www.portforward.com . Different routers may use different terms for port forwarding
function. For instance, D-Link calls it virtual server, Netopia calls it pinholes.
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Additional information (cont’d):
The default port for NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV is: 80
Note: Port 80 is the default port used for web browsing. Because of this, in order to prevent the average user from
hosting a web server, most ISPs BLOCK traffic using port 80 from reaching the average site. If you only plan to
monitor your NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV on a LAN, you can use port 80, and don’t have to concern yourself with
routers.
However, if you desire remote access to your NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV, you MUST select functional ports and set
up the port forwarding in your router. Other ports, such as 8080 and 8000 are sometimes blocked by ISPs as well.
What port(s) should be used? There are 65,535 valid IP ports to choose from. These are broken down into three groups:
• Well Known Ports 0 through 1023
• Registered Ports 1024 through 49151
• Dynamic and/or Private Ports 49152 through 65535
So, rather than encounter a port conflict by choosing a port commonly used for another purpose (like port 25 for SMTP
mail or port 448 for secure sockets), choose an ‘unusual’ port number. For example, add 50,000 to your house number:
50,123 is less likely to lead to a port conflict. For a list of the known and
registered ports, see http://www.iana.org/assignments/port-numbers
Reset Password:
1.
2.
3.
Reset Features:
Set illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker to the (OFF) position (Fig. 1g, pg. 3).
Set illuminated master power disconnect circuit breaker to the RESET (ON) position (Fig. 1g, pg. 3)
while depressing the [RESET button] on the front of the NetWayMV (Fig. 1d, pg. 3).
NetWayMV status LEDs will display a flashing pattern which indicates reset was successful (Fig. 1c, pg. 3).
Reset IP to Factory Settings:
1.
2.
3.
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During normal operation depress the [RESET button] on the front of the NetWayMV for approximately
1 second (Fig. 1d, pg. 3).
NetWayMV status LEDs will display a flashing pattern which indicates reset was successful (Fig. 1c, pg. 3).
Factory settings are: DHCP server and the IP address is [192.168.168.168].
NetWay8MV/ NetWay16MV
NetWay8MV/NetWay16MV Rack Mount Chassis Mechanical Drawing and Dimensions:
+ PoE -SHUTDOWN
+ PoE -SHUTDOWN
19.125"
485.8mm
0.75"
19.05mm
17.625"
447.7mm
8.5"
215.9mm
1.625"
41.3mm
AC POWER
(ON)
The lightning flash with arrow head symbol within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of an insulated DANGEROUS VOLTAGE within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute an electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock do not open enclosure. There
are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
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Mounting Options:
Rack Mount Installation
1- Remove and discard factory installed screws from both sides of rack chassis (Fig. 8a).
2- Install mounting brackets (A) on the left and right side of rack chassis using the
four (4) flat head screws (B) (included) (Fig. 8b).
3- Place unit into desired EIA 19” rack position and secure with mounting screws (not included) (Fig. 8c).
Fig. 8
Fig. 8a
Fig. 8b
Fig. 8c
Top
Top
Top
Front
Left
Front
Left
Front Left
B
Remove
A
Wall Mount Installation
1- Install mounting brackets (A) on the left and right side of rack chassis using
four (4) flat head screws (B) (included) (Fig. 9a).
2- Place unit at desired location and secure with mounting screws
(not included) (Fig. 9b).
Fig. 9
Caution: It is necessary to
Fig. 9b
make sure mounting screws Fig. 9a
are securely fastened to a
beam when installing the
unit vertically.
B
A
Dotted lines indicate studs
behind sheetrock.
Shelf Installation
1- Position and affix rubber pads (C) (included) at each
corner on the bottom of the unit (Fig. 10).
2- Place unit in desired location.
Mounting Hardware (Included):
A Two (2) mounting brackets
Fig. 10
Left Side
B
Six (6) flat head screws
for mounting brackets.
C Four (4) rubber pads.
C
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Rubber Pad
NetWay8MV/ NetWay16MV
Notes:
Altronix is not responsible for any typographical errors. Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
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