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Antaira announces APX-5200 Outdoor Wireless access point

September 262014
Antaira announces APX-5200 Outdoor Wireless access point

September 26, 2014 – Antaira Technologies announced APX-5200 industrial outdoor IP67 Wireless AP/client/bridge/repeater.

APX-5200 wireless device is a managed unit with a built-in web console that allows users to configure the unit as a wireless access point, client, bridge or repeater.  The unit also features two gigabit Ethernet ports allowing for daisy chain applications.  It supports IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless communication standards and has a data rate of up to 300Mbps.  The APX-5200 is PoE PD (Powered Device) IEEE 802.3af compliant and comes with two [email protected] Omni antennas supporting MIMO communication. Directional panel antennas can be mounted to the standard N-type connectors on the unit to increase the communication distance capabilities. The APX-5200 also includes an internal wireless signal strength indicator through the web console, allowing for optimal antenna alignment.  
    
Due to the APX-5200’s industrial IP67 waterproof design, the unit is able to offer wireless connectivity in various market applications. For example, security for video surveillance systems or any outdoor environment where a wireless connection point is needed. The APX-5200 requires power from the 48 volt PoE standard.

The unit comes with a ground terminal built into the pole mounting screw for protection.  It features a hidden SSID, MAC address filtering, and WEP/WPA/WPA2 64 and 128 Bit as well as IEEE 802.11i / 802.1 x security authentications. This device is also compliant with part 15 of the FCC rules and holds a 5-year warranty

The APX-5200 also features an IP67 waterproof housing that is created from durable aluminum. The dimensions of the unit are 83 x 241 x 267 mm (3.25 x 9.5 x 10.5 in.) and the unit weight is 5.15lbs.  It has an operating temperature range of -20 to 70˚C.
 

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