Rugged Outdoor WLAN Access Point with two independent radios, can be used as WLAN-AP, WLAN HotSpot or to build a wireless Bridge connections.
The bintec WO2003ac is an IP65-rated access point with two independent radio modules for outdoor use. The robust, water-resistant metal housing and wide operating temperature range from -25° to +60° make the device suitable for use in extreme environmental conditions. The high durability standards of the device are also reflected in its ports. For the antenna jacks, for instance, weatherproof Type N connectors are used.
The device is equipped with two 802.11 ac/abgn radio modules with MIMO 2x2 technology, enabling raw data rates of up to 2x867 Mbps. The operating modes and frequency bands of the radio modules can be selected independently of one another, enabling a wide range of applications.
The bintec WO2003ac as a HotSpot for internet access in public spaces
With the optional bintec HotSpot, the WO2003n is ideal for providing internet access in public spaces. If you`re using multiple access points, the bintec WLAN Controller offers additional load balancing capabilities to ensure good performance when handling large numbers of wireless clients. The second radio module can be used either as a wireless backbone in this scenario or transmit over a second radio channel in order to increase the number of WLAN clients that can be accommodated.
The bintec WO2003ac for logistics
If you need to provide wireless coverage across a large outdoor storage location, for instance to connect handheld scanners to your inventory management system, the bintec WO2003ac in conjunction with a bintec WLAN Controller is an ideal solution. The WO2003ac`s use of the IAPP protocol together with careful radio cell planning ensures optimal roaming behavior for your wireless scanners in this scenario. Here as well, the second radio module can be used as a wireless backbone.
The bintec WO2003ac as a wireless bridge
In conjunction with our comprehensive line of directional antennas, WO2003n devices can be used in pairs to set up very powerful wireless bridges.
To configure individual devices, all you need is an internet browser. The device`s integrated web server allows for rapid configuration and monitoring via the graphic user interface. If you are using the devices as access points however and plan to install more than two of them, a managed network that includes a bintec WLAN Controller is the preferred solution.
WLAN Management from the Cloud
The bintec Cloud NetManager, the controller-free wireless network management capable of managing both very small and very large networks distributed across numerous locations.
The Cloud NetManager allows you to conveniently administrate your devices. The dashboard gives you a single source for convenient access to important performance data, error messages, and notifications for your network. Here you will find information on current and historical network performance. With this information, you can see at all times whether your network is working properly or experiencing excessive loads.
Optimize your WLAN network by using a bintec WLAN controller. The bintec WLAN controller allows configuration of your customers WLAN network in lesser than 30 minutes ... and this without deeper WLAN know-how! The automatic RF management system relieves you the time killing search for free WLAN channels and selects the best channels for the system.
For networks with up to 48 APs you will need a bintec RS series router as WLAN controller hardware. You are able to manage bigger WLANs with up to 150 AP by using a bintec RXL12x00 as WLAN controller hardware.
Mounting and installation
The bintec WO2003ac is suitable for standard wall mounting or, using the optional pole mounting hardware, can be mounted directly on an antenna mast.
The unit can be powered either via PoE or a 100-240V plug-in adapter.
As antenna is the Antenna-Kit (5520000145) as accessory available. The antenna kit contains two Omni antennas with water resistant N-type socket and swivel feature. The antenna can be directly attach to the Access Point without any cables. For the WO2003ac two antenna kits are required. As an alternative an external antenna with higher gain can be used. In this case the adapter cable CAB-N-N-0,5m (5500001764) is required.
Operation ModesWLAN AP
WLAN Access Point Stand-alone or managed WLAN Access Point
WLAN Bridge link Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint
Wireless LANWLAN standards
802.11ac/abgn (MIMO 2x2)
Frequency 2,4 GHz Indoor/Outdoor
2,4 GHz Indoor/Outdoor (2412-2484 MHz) 20 MHz bandwidth
Frequency 5 GHz Indoor
5 GHz Indoor (5150-5350 MHz) 20/40/80 MHz bandwidth
Frequency 5 GHz Outdoor
5 GHz Outdoor (5470-5725 MHz) 20/40/80 MHz bandwidth
TX Power @ 2,4GHz (2 streams)
up to 18 dBm without antenna gain
TX Power @ 5GHz (2 streams)
up to 23 dBm without antenna gain
up to -94 dBm without antenna gain
TX Power adjustable
5dBm, 8dBm, 11dBm, 14dBm, 17dBm, max.
Automatic or manually
Automatic Rate Selection
Number of spatial streams
1 or 2
Up to 16 Service sets for each Radio module with assignment to a VLAN and own MAC address for each SSID
Optimizing the throughput when slow clients or clients there are far away are connected
Client load balancing
Avoid overloading of the AP in the case that many users are connected. Allow the movement of clients to other AP in case of high load.
Data rate trimming
Enhance the system performance by disable lower legacy data rates
Low RSSI threshold management
Clients with weak signal (Sticky Clients) can disconnected automatically. This improve the roaming behavoiur of the clients and enhance the system performance of the WLAN Network.
Limitation of the number of clients
From 1 up to 250 clients. To allow more than 32 clients is practicable, if the application there requires only low bandwitdth.
A maximum throughput can be defined for each client. Defineable or each SSID
TPC (Transmission Power Control): For 5 GHz, automatic TX power reduction according EN301893)
DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) for 5 GHz
Extended Performance Feature
256-QAM, Beamforming, MRC (Maximum Ratio Combining), Block-Acknowlegde, STBC (Space Time Block Coding), LDPC (Low Density Parity Check)
WMM 802.11e QoS
Data priority for TOS tagged data according 802.11e/WMM
WMM 802.11e Power Save
Supports WLAN Clients there supporting 802.11e power save and U-APSD
Seamless Roaming through IAPP (Inter Access Point Protocol) support according 802.11f useful for VoWLAN phones and for Wireless Barcode scanner.
Software Features for AP stand-alone operationCaptive portal function / HotSpot
Additional external RADIUS server or bintec HotSpot license required
NTP Client, NTP Server, manually
DNS client, DNS server, DNS relay
DHCP client, DHCP server, DHPC relay
IPsec, L2TP, PPTP, GRE
Software Features for WLAN Bridge operationConfiguration
Applicable as Access-Point/Bridge-Link Master or as Bridge-Link Client
For Point-to-Point or for Point-to-Multipoint (up to 8) applications.
DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) for 5 GHz works without interruption every 24h
Detailed information for each link (Uptime, Signal, Noise, Data rate, ...)
The system etablishing connections up to 1200 metre distance.
Open, WEP64 (40 Bit key), WEP128 (104 Bit key), WPA Personal, WPA Enterprise, WPA2 Personal, WPA2 Enterprise
IEEE802.11i authentication and security
802.1x/EAP-MD5, 802.1x/EAP-TLS, 802.1x/EAP-TTLS, 802.1x/EAP-PEAP, Key Management, PSK/TKIP Encryption, AES Encryption, 802.1x/EAP
Access control list (ACL)
MAC address filter for WLAN clients (white list) and dynamic and static blacklist. Black list function requires WLAN Controller
WIDS (Wireless Intrusion Detection System)
Rogue AP detection: detect foreign Aps, which try to spy out data via SSIDs by permanent background scanning. When the attack is detect a SNMP trap or a email alert can be send. This functionality requires WLAN Controller.
WIDS (Wireless Intrusion Detection System)
Neighbor AP detection: Detect AP in the neighborhood, which can reduce the performance at the own network. In case of detection a SNMP trap or a email alert can be send.This functionality requires WLAN Controller.
WIPS (Wireless Protection Detection System)
Rogue Client Detection: detection and protection: detect conspicuous clients, which try to intrude or interfere the wireless network.In threat case blocking by dynamic black list. This functionality requires WLAN Controller.
Network separation at layer 2. For each SSID ist one VLAN ID possible. Static VLAN configuration according IEEE 802.1q, supports up to 32 VLANs.
Inter traffic blocking for public HotSpot (PHS) applications for preventing of communication WLAN client to WLAN client in a single radio cell
Administration / ManagementSupported Management systems
Cloud NetManager, WLAN Controller
WLAN Controller operation
Manageable with the bintec WLAN Controller according CAPWAP (DHCP option RFC1517)
Master AP operation
Integrated WLAN Controller for up to 5 additional bintec AP
Web based configuration
Via Telnet, SSH, HTTP, HTTPS, SNMP
SNMP (v1, v2, v3), USM Model, VACM Views, SNMP Traps (v1, v2, v3) selectable, SNMP IP access list configurable
Complete Management according MIB-II, MIB 802.11, Enterprise-MIB
Support SSH V1.5 and SSH V2.0 for secure connection of terminal application
Backup/Restore to/from file
Optional encrypted backup file
Optional automatic backup via scheduler
Syslog Client with different level of the messages
Automatic eMail if any defined event occurs
Statistic information for all physical and logical interfaces
Detailed information about the radio, SSIDs, Bridge link, clients. For each link MAC address, IP address, TX packets, RX packets, signal for each antenna, Signal/Noise value, data rate.
WLAN History view
Show the performance values based on WLC, AP, SSID, Client level help to detect any bottlenecks
The following events are plan able: device reboot, activate/deactivate interfaces, activate/deactivate SSIDs, trigger of software update, trigger of configuration backup
Two interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbps, autosensing, auto MDI/MDIX
Two water protected RJ-45 Harting Push Pull (HPP V4 RJ45 GL)sockets
Four water protected N type antenna sockets
12-24 Volt DC power supply (M12 socket) required or PoE according 802.3af or 802.3at (Power supply or PoE injector not include)
Power supply range (DC)
9-36 Volt max. 1,4 A with over voltage protection, galvanic isolated
Typical power consumption
ca. 8,7 Watt
Power consumption in networked standby
7,3 Watt (after 5 minutes inactivity)
140 x 178 x 66 mm
ca. 1300 g
Wind load (@210 km/h
-25°C to +60°C
Protection class IP65, dust and water protected
Rugged aluminum housing
Wall mounting included. Pole mounting for poles up to 70 mm as accessory available
Integrated at the wall mounting unit
Directive 2014/53/EU, 2011/65/EU, 2009/125/EU, EN 60950, EN 62311, EN 301489, EN 300328, EN 301893, EN 50581
Content of Delivery
1 wall mounting unit, 3 protection caps for antenna socket, 1 protection cap for M12 power socket, 1 protection cap for Harting Push Pull RJ45 socket, 1 Harting Push Pull (HPP V4 RJ45 GL) plug assembly kit, Quick install guide
bintec WO2003ac Part number: 5510000443
Part number: 5520000144 WO Mounting kit
Part number: 5520000146 PS-EURO-WO-Series
Part number: 5530000338 Gigabit PoE Injector
Part number: 5520000145 Antenna-Kit WOx003ac/n (2x required)
Part number: 600499 Surge protection for antenna (4x required)
bintec W Series / WO Series / WI Series
- Poster Installation bintec WLAN and Industrial WLAN v6.0 - German/English
- Poster Installation bintec WO1003ac / bintec WO2003ac - German/English
- User Manual - German
- User Manual - English
- Note to discontinuation of traffic list concept - German
- Notes for changes of the default access data - German/English
- Open Source
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