The RTS Access Point offers protection from environmental issues such as dust, moisture and temperature in industrial applications.
The RTS Access Point is housed in a protective steel case with a hinged door that allows easy access to the internal components. All connectors are sealed from the environment. The Access Point can be situated either within a building or externally.
Installation of mains power points can often increase the cost of the spread spectrum infrastructure. With the ability to take power from a central point, the RTS PoE (Power over Ethernet) Access Point version can be a cost effective alternative where local mains power at the Access Point is not essential.
The Access Point provides a bridge between the wired Ethernet LAN and wireless networks which provides transparent access between the wired LAN and WiFi-equipped mobile devices.
The RTS AP1600 Access Point is equipped with the Cisco Aironet 1600 series unit which delivers an enterprise-class wireless LAN solution. It is designed specifically for challenging environments such as factories, warehouses and large retail establishments.
|Rugged Metal Housing||Supports deployment in factories, warehouses, outdoors, and other industrial environments.|
|Both Local and Inline Power Support||Power can be supplied using the Ethernet cable, eliminating the need for costly electrical power line runs to remotely installed access points. Can also be powered by HP/Cisco inline power switches or local power.|
|All Base Stations are clearly labeled to be visible from ground level||This ensures easy identification and simplifies testing and maintenance in years to come.|
|Cisco Integrated Wireless Network||Extends the security, scalability, reliability, ease of deployment, and manageability available in wired networks to the wireless infrastructure.|
|Cisco IOS Software||Delivers enterprise-class features for connectivity, scalability, and high availability.|
|Data Rates Supported 802.11a/b/g/n||Provides up to 300 Mbps of capacity in a single device for industry-leading capacity and compatibility with older 802.11b clients.|
|Link-Role Flexibility||Autonomous access points can function as an access point or bridge, whether set up as a single-band or dual-band platform. Can be configured as an access point repeater, root bridge, non-root bridge, or workgroup bridge.|
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