Neutron Series Dual-Band Wireless N600 Managed Indoor Access Point - EWS310AP - EnGenius
- Supports IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n standards with up to 300 Mbps on each band
- Up to 29 dBm high RF power on 2.4 GHz. Up to 26 dBM on 5 GHz for enhanced wireless coverage
- Dynamic Channel Optimization
- Designed for ceiling or desktop deployments
- 4 internal MIMO antennas/Dual band
- Band Steering shifts Dual band clients to 5 GHz for better throughput performance
- Fast Roaming when used with a RADIUS server
The EWS310AP can operate as a stand-alone Access Point connecting to third-party PoE-capable switches but more control and versatile management of the Access Point is achievable when it is part of an EnGenius Neutron Series wireless network management solution because the AP includes firmware that enables it to be immediately discovered, configured, monitored and managed from a compatible Neutron Series PoE+ Switch (EWS5912FP, EWS7928FP or EWS7952FP).
This capability enables IT managers to deploy and manage up to 50 EWS310APs from Neutron Series Switch allowing for simplified management from one browser-based interface including simultaneous firmware upgrades, clustering, traffic monitoring, bandwidth steering and many other features that can be reset or reconfigured from the convenience of the IT manager’s desktop.
Operating in both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency spectrums and supporting 802.11a/b/g/n standards the EWS310P features wireless speeds up to 300 Mbps on each radio, a Gigabit port for connecting to 802.3at/af-capable PoE Switches, and an enhanced receive sensitivity MIMO (Multiple In / Multiple Out) antenna array. As a result, the EWS310AP is ideal for spacious environments such as large homes, small and medium-sized businesses, multiple-floor offices, hotels, hospitals, and other multi-floor buildings.
As the EWS310AP is designed for deployments on ceilings where power outlets may be scarce, it also comes equipped with PoE (Power-over-Ethernet) IEEE 802.3at/af for use with an 802.3at/af-capable PoE injector or 802.3at/af-capable PoE Switches, drawing up to 15.6 watts of power.
To protect sensitive data during wireless transmissions, the EWS310AP offers different industry-standard encryption settings for wireless transmissions, including WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK Mixed, WPA Enterprise, WPA2 Enterprise, and WPA2 Mixed Enterprise. It also includes MAC address filtering to allow network administrators to offer network access only to verified computers and devices based on their MAC addresses.
NEUTRON SERIES MANAGED ACCESS POINT
Can be configured, managed and monitored with several Neutron Series Access Points from the browser-based interface of one Neutron Series Wireless Management PoE+ Switch. After a Neutron Series Layer PoE+ Switch discovers the EWS310AP it can be "added" and set to be "managed" by the Switch. The Neutron Wireless Management solution supports bulk firmware upgrades and other features that can be set and managed across deployed Neutron Series Access Points simultaneously.
Up to 300 Mbps on each of the 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands for faster file transfers and smoother video streaming.
Dual-Band for Expanded User Capacity
802.11n concurrent Dual-band operation in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Can support up to 100+ users (1)
HIGH POWER, LONG-RANGE, MULTIPLE FLOOR PENETRATION
Up to 29 dBm on the 2.4 GHz band and up to 26 dBm on the 5 GHz band provides more than twice the wireless coverage over mainstream competitors and enables the wireless signal to penetrate floors, ceilings, and walls for greater device connectivity. Internal MIMO antenna array provides better reception and performance as clients change their orientation.
Can be configured to broadcast up to 16 SSIDs (8 SSIDs per frequency band). Each SSID can be tagged to a specified network VLAN for different user access tiers based on established access rights.
User capacity performance results may vary based on topology configuration, structural and architectural elements, environmental factors, type of data traffic, RF capabilities of client devices, distance, RF interference in the operating environment and other factors.