WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Cellular DAS Wall-Mount System with WilsonPro Cloud 460152: Kit

WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Cellular DAS Wall-Mount System with WilsonPro Cloud 460152

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  • Enterprise passive DAS solution with commercial-grade components
  • 1 outdoor antenna or 3 individually-targeted outdoor antennas
  • WilsonPro Cloud remote monitoring and administration, with 1 year of service included
  • Color LCD status & control display
  • Boost voice, SMS text & 4G data
  • Works with all major carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T‑Mobile, Sprint & others

Call for pricing: 866-912-3444

SKU: 460152
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Product Description

WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 Cellular DAS Wall-Mount System 460152

Overview

  • Provides coverage for office buildings, hospitals, campuses, warehouses, and other large facilities.
  • Wall-mounted, with all antenna ports on the top; fits in any convenient, out-of-the-way room.
  • Four independent amplifiers, each with its own port and automatic gain adjustment, supporting 4 or more broadcast antennas.
  • Color LCD touchscreen and power meter.
  • Multi-Tower Targeting (MTT) with three outdoor antenna ports, for targeting specific frequency bands from multiple towers at once. (Requires the purchase of additional antennas and coax cable.)
  • Built-in remote management and alert notifications for easy administration.
  • Boosts 4G LTE and 3G service for voice, text, and data.
  • Carrier agnostic: Works with all major cellular carriers.

The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 is a wall-mounted, four-amplifier system designed for office buildings, warehouses, hospitals, hotels, campuses, and other large facilities. With up to 26 dBm uplink and 17 dBm downlink power, the Enterprise 4300 can cover 80,000 to 100,000 square feet of indoor space with its four dome broadcast antennas (depending on outside signal strength).

With "split mode" Multi-Tower Targeting, the Enterprise 4300 can use three separate outdoor antennas to gather signal on different frequencies from three different cell towers at once. (It can also use a single antenna in “common mode.”)

The Enterprise 4300 comes with the WilsonPro Cloud integrated service with remote monitoring, administration, and alert notifications. You can also manage your WilsonPro Enterprise system through by connecting a computer to its integrated RJ45 port.

The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 automatically controls the amplifier with its on-board software and adjusts the gain level for each port independently, up or down, as needed. It will reduce its gain to prevent oscillation, and with Wilson’s XDR (eXtended Dynamic Range) technology, the Enterprise 4300 will never overpower or shut down.

Who is this for?

  • Office buildings, medical/business/education/government campuses, warehouses/distribution centers, and other multi-floor and/or large buildings.
  • I.T. managers who need remote administration and change-in-status push notifications.
  • Those who have heavy cellular user and data loads.
  • Those who have multiple areas that need better cell signal.
  • Those who frequently experience dropped calls, undelivered text, or slow 4G data.
  • Buildings in urban locations with building materials that block outside cell signal (steel, low-e glass, concrete, plaster, etc.).
  • Buildings with floor space below ground level, and other places where cell reception is poor.

WilsonPro Cloud service built in

The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 comes with the WilsonPro Cloud service, which provides powerful remote administration tools for I.T. departments and system integrators, giving you high reliability with minimal system downtime.

With a WilsonPro Cloud subscription, you'll receive customizable email and text alerts if the amplifier goes offline or experiences signal oscillation, weak signal, or no signal conditions.

With the WilsonPro Cloud you can remotely log on to the Enterprise 4300 through your phone, computer, tablet, or other device with a web browser. Once logged in, you can view the booster's performance and signal levels and configure the system by turning cellular bands on and off or rebooting the amplifier. The Cloud interface also includes a tool to help you tune the rooftop directional antenna.

If you administer multiple WilsonPro Enterprise boosters, the WilsonPro Cloud interface allows you to organize and monitor them by location and by customer account.

Remote monitoring is available through a wireless LTE connection using the outside donor antenna or through an Ethernet connection on the bottom of the Enterprise 4300 amplifier.

A one-year WilsonPro Cloud subscription with LTE service are included with the purchase of the Enterprise 4300 and is billed annually thereafter. For subscription pricing information, please call Powerful Signal at 866‐912‐3444 or contact us online.

How it works

Using Wilson Electronics' patented technology, the WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 receives the outside cell signal, amplifies it, and rebroadcasts it inside your building through four individual ports. This allows you to stay connected in areas where cell service is poor or where building materials interfere with signals from the local cell tower.

With an active subscription to the WilsonPro Cloud service, you can monitor and administer your WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 from any device with a web browser.

Works with all major cellular carriers

The WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 works with all major wireless carriers, including VerizonAT&TT‑MobileSprintU.S. Cellular, and most others.

400-type coax cable and plenum air coax cable terminated with N-male connectors

This system uses 400 coax (left), and can be upgraded to fire-rated plenum air coax cable (right) for building-code compliance and better performance.

Plenum air coax cable upgrade (optional)

This system includes 400-type coax cable to connect the amplifier to the inside antennas. If your building requires fire-rated cable in plenum spaces, please ask us about upgrading to ½-inch plenum air coax. Plenum cable fully meets state and federal building codes.

Plenum cable also has nearly half the signal loss per foot of cable compared to 400-type coax cable, delivering stronger signal from the WilsonPro amplifier to your phones and other cellular devices.

(Plenum air cable is available at additional cost. Call Powerful Signal at 866-912-3444 for details.)

Best practices: a custom-designed WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 solution

Office floor before and after installation of a WilsonPro cell signal amplifier
Top: Office floor with no signal (before). Bottom: The same floor, flooded with signal from a WilsonPro amplifier and one antenna (after).

In a large building, office, or warehouse, you'll get the best results and performance from a WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 with a custom design and professional installation.

Working with your floor plans, Powerful Signal's design engineers will create design specifications that will allow you to use the fewest number of components to get the maximum amount of cellular coverage inside your building.

Powerful Signal's professional installer will have knowledge of local building codes, and have the proper tools and experience to make sure your system is set up and configured correctly.

Call Powerful Signal at 866-912-3444

…or contact us online. We can design a custom cellular amplification system that will solve your reception and connectivity problems at the best possible price point. We've designed thousands of cell signal amplifier systems; let us create one for you!

Purchasing a WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 kit

Properly installing and configuring a WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 is complex task, and we strongly advise a custom solution (see above). If you prefer to purchase the 4300 as a standalone product, without design and installation, the kit comes with the following components:

  • 1 × WilsonPro Enterprise 4300 4-port, wall-mounted cell signal amplifier.
  • 1 × locking AC power cord (connects internal power supply to 110-volt AC wall socket).
  • 1 × wideband outdoor omnidirectional antenna.
  • 4 × wideband indoor dome antennas.
  • 5 × 100' 400 coax cable (connect antennas to booster; upgradeable to plenum cable at additional cost; see above).
  • 1 × lightning surge protector.
  • 1 × 2' 400 coax jumper cable (connect lightning surge protector to outdoor antenna)
  • WilsonPro Enterprise 4300/4300R user manual.

How does a building cell phone signal booster work?

A building cell phone signal amplifier system is made up of four major components:

  1. A cell phone signal amplifier and power supply.
  2. An outside donor antenna.
  3. An inside broadcast antenna.
  4. Coax cables that connect the antennas to the amplifier.

Cell phone signal amplifier

The cell phone signal amplifier—sometimes called a booster—is the core component of the system.

The amplifier is bi-directional: It amplifies both the signal your phone receives from the tower and the signal your phone sends to the tower. A weak cell signal is received by the outside antenna and amplified by the booster; the strengthened signal is then rebroadcasted by the inside antenna to your phone. The amplifier also boosts the connection back to the cell tower. (There still has to be some cell signal for the booster to amplify, though; it cannot “multiply zero”).

The most convenient spot to place the cell phone signal amplifier is in an I.T. closet, network box, attic, or garage; this will keep it out of sight, but still accessible if you need to make any changes to the system. The location you select to install the amplifier needs to have a 110-volt AC wall outlet nearby (typically within 6 feet) to plug in the amplifier’s power supply.

Directional and omnidirectional antennas

Donor antennas: directional (left) and omnidirectional (right).

Outside donor antenna

The donor antenna communicates with your wireless carrier’s cell tower. It’s typically mounted on a pole on the roof of the building, clear of any surrounding obstacles.

Some donor antennas are directional, meaning they need to be pointed toward the strongest nearby cell tower. Typically you’ll choose a directional antenna if your building is in a remote location with one distant cell tower providing weak outside signal.

An omnidirectional antenna picks up signals from multiple cell towers in different directions. Usually you’ll choose an omni antenna if your building is in an area with several surrounding towers, and especially if you have plenty of outside cell signal that just isn’t penetrating inside your building.

The outside antenna needs to be placed with adequate separation from the inside antenna(s), and, if you’re using a directional antenna, not pointing toward your inside antenna(s) so their signals overlap. Without adequate separation, the outside and inside antennas may conflict with each other (a condition known as oscillation), which will cause the amplifier to reset or shut itself off.

For more information about choosing the right donor antenna, see our blog entry, “Directional or omnidirectional: Which antenna is best?

Panel and dome antennas

Broadcast antennas: panel (left) and dome (right).

Inside broadcast antenna

The broadcast antenna communicates with cell phones inside the building. It’s typically mounted on a ceiling or a wall.

A dome antenna is mounted on the ceiling, and broadcasts its signal downward in a 360° pattern. Domes work best in situations where the ceiling is level with the floor (not angled), low enough to be reached with a ladder, and where there is access above the ceiling to attach coax cable to the antenna. Domes typically provide the best signal coverage, and are also less noticeable than panel antennas.

A panel antenna is mounted on a wall, and broadcasts its signal forward, away from the panel, in a beam 60–70° wide. Panels work best in situations where a dome antenna is not easy to install or would not be horizontal to the floor, or where pulling cable through walls and ceilings is not an option. Panels can be concealed in recessed areas behind drywall.

Basic cell phone signal amplifier kits usually include one broadcast antenna. Larger, more complex buildings with custom-designed systems have multiple inside broadcast antennas that cover more area.

400, RG6, and RG58 coax cable

Terminated coax cable: 400 cable with N-connector (left), RG6 cable with F-connector (middle), RG58 cable with SMA-connector (right).

Coax cable

Lengths of coax cable connect the donor antenna and the broadcast antenna(s) to the cell phone signal amplifier.

Any signal sent through a cable is going to result in attenuation (signal loss). Since the objective of installing a cell phone signal amplifier system is to increase signal, the length and type of cable in the system is an important consideration.

Commercial and large-home systems use 400-type coax cable or plenum coax cable, terminated with N-connectors. These cables are very thick and have very low signal loss, which makes them ideal for long runs from the amplifier to the antenna (sometimes hundreds of feet). They are, however, very rigid, so they’re not well-suited for use around corners and in tight spaces. These types of cables are often used by professional installers.

Small home amplifer systems typically use RG6 coax cable, terminated with F-connectors, the same found in everyday cable and satellite TV systems. Compared to 400 coax, RG6 has more than twice the signal loss per foot, but it is also much thinner and easier for consumers to work with. (Homeowners who need long runs of cable might want to consider using RG11 coax cable with F-connectors; RG11 is more rigid and expensive than RG6, but has much lower signal loss.)

Single-room amplifiers often use RG58 coax cable with SMA-connectors. This is the thinnest cable for in-building systems. Because of its high signal loss (60% greater than RG6), it’s suitable only for the shortest runs.

Optional components

The four parts above are all that’s required for a complete cell phone signal amplifier system. Other components can protect or enhance a system:

  • A lightning surge protector insulates the amplifier against a sudden electrical surge from a lightning strike to the donor antenna.
  • Splitters and couplers divide the signal from an amplifier to two or more broadcast antennas, expanding the signal coverage inside your building. (These should only be used with commercial or large-home amplifiers, and where there is adequate outside signal.)
  • Attenuators can be used when the outside signal is so strong that it’s overwhelming the amplifier. (These should only be used with professionally-installed commercial amplifiers.)

FCC notice

This is a CONSUMER device. BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider's consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider. WARNING. E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device.

Please note: The four largest carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint) and more than 90 regional carriers have given blanket consent for use of all boosters that are certified to the 2013 FCC standards. Go to our Cell Phone Signal Booster Registration page and follow the links for your carrier. There are no fees to register your cell signal booster.

If you have any questions, please contact Powerful Signal.

Prop 65 notice

Warning This product can expose you to chemicals, including nickel, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Product Specifications

Usage:
Large building
Outside Signal 1 Bar:
Up to about 12,500 sq. ft.
Outside Signal 2–3 Bars:
Up to about 60,000 sq. ft.
Outside Signal 4–5 Bars:
Up to about 100,000 sq. ft.
Outside Antenna:
Directional LPDA (×1 or ×3)
Inside Antenna:
Omnidirectional domes (×4)
Cable Type:
400
Connector Type:
N
Impedance:
50 Ω
Gain/Loss:
+70 dB max per amplifier port (×4)
Booster Case Material:
Metal
Signal Readout:
Color LCD touchscreen

Warranty Information

All WilsonPro products are protected by WilsonPro's 30-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason the performance of any product is not acceptable, simply return the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of purchase. WilsonPro Signal Boosters are warranted for three (3) years against defects in workmanship and/or materials. Warranty cases may be resolved by returning the product directly to the reseller with a dated proof of purchase. Signal Boosters may also be returned directly to the manufacturer at the consumer’s expense, with a dated proof of purchase and a Returned Material Authorization (RMA) number supplied by WilsonPro. WilsonPro shall, at its option, either repair or replace the product. WilsonPro will pay for delivery of the repaired or replaced product back to the original consumer if located within the continental U.S. This warranty does not apply to any Signal Booster determined by WilsonPro to have been subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, or mishandling that alters or damages physical or electronic properties. Failure to use a surge protected AC Power Strip with at least a 1000 Joule rating will void your warranty.

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