Growth in both the client and IoT devices, as well as cloud expansion, requires tri-band coverage in multi-AP environments. This durable enterprise Wi-Fi 6E solution provides increased capacity, wider channels, and lower power usage with a combined 3.6 Gbps peak data rate.
Unlocks 6 GHz, the wireless network capacity is doubled.
Up to 3.6 Gbps peak data rates at 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz with dual radio/tri-band coverage
Low power consumption, compact, and virtually unrestricted operation on 802.3af (class 3)
Supports upto seven 160 MHz channels at 6 GHz for low-latency bandwidth.
Smart Rate Ethernet port of 2.5 Gbps to minimize wired bottlenecks.
Built-in GPS receiver and fine time measurement ( 802.11mc ) enable them to locate themselves accurately and serve as a reference.
WFA, UL2043 plenum rating, Bluetooth SIG , Zigbee,POE , PD
Aruba & Aruba InstantOS 220.127.116.11
160mm (W) x 160mm (D) x 39mm (H)
Wider capacity & channels
APs enable faster speeds, wider channels for multi-gigabit traffic, and fewer interference issues because of Wi-Fi 6E and the 6 GHz bands. Using concurrent 5 GHz and 6 GHz operation, the two 2x2 MIMO radios can deliver up to 3.6 Gbps of peak data rate.
Peak data Rate
WIFI 6E SUPPORT:
Up to 1200 MHz of unlicensed spectrum is available with Wi-Fi 6E for higher throughput.
With its seven 160 MHz channels, it can support low-latency, bandwidth-hungry applications such as high-definition video and augmented reality/virtual reality.
There is no legacy of slowdowns and interference with 6E devices.
Provides full Wi-Fi 6E coverage in a multi-AP environment by supporting two of three Wi-Fi 6E bands (2.4, 5, and 6 GHz).
It has a compact design with 802.3af, class 3 power, and the option to disable and enable capabilities based on the Power Over Ethernet (POE) connection.
A Smart Rate Ethernet port allows you to increase speed and reduce wired bottlenecks in your network.
Automatically located within latitude and longitude framework using GPS receiver.
Highly Efficient & Secure:
Wi-Fi 6E standard extends support to the 6 GHz band, providing greater efficiency and higher levels of security with orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA), Enhanced Open, and WPA3. These Series offer automated radio signals, client optimization, and smart power monitoring.
WPA3 and Enhanced Open:
With the WPA security protocol, enterprise networks provide stronger encryption and authentication when connecting to the internet. In addition, Enhanced Open automatically encrypts each session to protect passwords and data on guest network.
MPSK makes it easier to manage WPA2 passwords on devices. When one device's password is changed, other devices do not need to be changed.To take this advantage, Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager is required.
Omni-directional antennas achieve 4.6 dBi at 2.4 GHz, 7.0 dBi at 5 GHz, and 6.3 dBi at 6 GHz.
Inbuilt antennas are integrated for horizontal wall mounting.
The best angle for maximum gain is 30-40 degrees.
By combining the antenna patterns, the peak gain was 2.0dBi in 2.4GHz, 3.5dBi in 5GHz, and 3.4dBi in 6GHz.
Horizontal planes (top view)
Vertical (elevation) planes (side view, AP facing down)
Ethernet port (RJ45) comes along with auto-sensing speed ability (100/1000/2500BASE-T) and MDI/MDX.
It comes with both BLU 5 and Zigbee (802.15.4) technology. The technology of Zigbee can be used for mesh networks, and Bluetooth can be used for beaconing.
Zigbee (802.15.4): Transmit power was up to 5 dBm (class 1) and receiving power was -100dbm (125 Kbps)
BLU (5): Transmit power was up to 5 dBm and receiving power was -97 dBm (250 Kbps)
Note: Through Omni directional antenna, integration happens with a peak gain of 3.0dbi with a rough degree of 30 to 40
MTBF( Mean Time Between Failure) calculates life of the device
It operates up to 520 khrs (62 yrs) and its operating temperature was + 25 ° C .
Reset Button: On/Off, Factory Reset, and Light Mode Button
LED :- Act as a visual indicator (shows device status)
Power sources consumption
It supports DC and POE supply. When both power sources are available, DC has highest priority.
Inactive POE source delivers hitless failover
It operates without restrictions when powered by DC or 802.3bt (Class 4 PoE).
USB port will be disabled if it is powered by 802.3af (Class 3) PoE with IPM feature.
Note: Unlike standard-class APs, it uses lower power levels (LPI) and does not require an AFC (Automated Frequency Coordination).