Edimax launched OAP 900, an IP65 rated weatherproof housing Wi-Fi solution for modern businesses. A wall or pole-mounted design and industrial-grade build quality make an ideal high-performance solution for demanding day-to-day enterprise operations. OAP 900 is specially built for outdoor use and with IP65 weatherproof housing that protects it from dirt, rain and other harsh conditions.
“Designed to perform in extreme environments, OAP 900 is a powerful outdoor PoE access point featuring an IP65-rated waterproof and dustproof housing that can withstand unforgiving outdoor climates as well as indoor industrial environments. It delivers a high speed connectivity up to 900Mbps making it an replacement for traditional Point to Point or PTMP links. It also has application for campus/short distance radio links up to 5 kms which demands a high throughput in modern era.”
“OAP900 is having 2 x PoE Ethernet port, 1 x PoE out port which can be used to connect any passive PoE device to power up such as IP Camera. With such a feature set, it is an ideal solution for business which demand outdoor wireless hot spot networks and access points are exposed to sunlight, extreme cold, frost, snow, rain, hail, heat, and humidity.” said Sanjay Joshi, Country Manager at Edimax Technology.
Featuring updated IEEE 802.11ac wireless technology, OAP 900 delivers giga-fast Wi-Fi speeds modern business environments demand and 5GHz coverage for maximum flexibility to mobile-centric business productivity applications. Additionally Edimax Pro series products feature other high-performance design features such as solid capacitors for significantly longer lifespans than traditional non-solid alternatives, generating less heat and delivering increased stability. With adjustable RF output power and high receiver sensitivity, OAP 900 is equipped to provide wide coverage for businesses connected and differentiate user groups, departments or guests with up to 32 separate SSIDs with independent security. In addition, rogue access point detection feature can identify any unauthorized SSIDs which may have been installed in an otherwise secure network with malicious intent, and L2 wireless isolation provides wireless security.