Smartphone, tablet, and PC manufacturers have already started positioning themselves in relation to Wi-Fi 6. The first cell phone with this support was released in 2019, and since then, numerous manufacturers have joined this trend. Sooner or later the technology will...
W2022ax Wi-Fi 6 WLAN Access Point
- Wi-Fi 6 Multi-User-MIMO 2x2 for Up- und Downlink
- Dual concurrent radio for simultaneous 2,4/5 GHz
- Multi-Gigabit Ethernet 2,5 Gbit/s
- Wall and ceiling mounting
- Flexible management solutions
- Up to 255 stations per radio module
W2022ax is the Teldat's new powerful access point of the current Wi-Fi 6 generation with an attractive price-performance ratio and high-level security based on WPA3 standard, specially designed for Mid-Density wireless networks and perfect for the high-performance Wi-Fi environments such as offices, hotels and logistics areas. it can be managed both remotelly from the Teldat's cloud solution or locally from the WLAN Controller running on a Teldat router (coming soon).
With Wi-Fi 6 Access Points, Teldat becomes a real partner for upcoming Wi-Fi environments.
State of Art Wi-Fi Technology
Dual-Radio 2x2 MU-MIMO 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 with high level security WPA3
Attractive Price-Performance Ratio
Competitive price reaching up to 1,8 Gbps aggregated PHY bitrate
Simple, efficient administration
Web configuration (http/https), CAPWAP support from WLAN Controller in Teldat router, Teldat's Cloud based management
Ceiling mount kit, Powered over PoE IEEE 802.3af, compatible with 802.3at PoE injectors
The W2022ax transmits simultaneously in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band in the 802.11ax standard. In the 5 GHz band, a physical bandwidth of up to 1201 Mbit / s @ 80MHz is achieved and in the 2.4 GHz band, a physical bandwidth of up to 574 Mbit / s @ 40MHz or 287 Mbit / s @ 20MHz is achieved.
The W2022ax can of course be managed via the WLAN controller or via our cloud-based solution.
The W2022ax offers security at the highest level with the integration of the latest WPA3 security standard.
A ceiling bracket is available for installation on suspended system ceilings without drilling or dowels, or direct installation on wood or concrete ceilings. The optional ceiling bracket is not required for mounting on the wall. Customers who move from our Wi-Fi 5 Access Point W2022ac can continue to use the previous drill holes and ceiling bracket, making the upgrade to the new wireless standard child's play.
With the W2022ax you get a powerful access point of the current Wi-Fi 6 generation, attractive price-performance ratio and security at the highest level. Based on the 802.11ax standard, the W2022ax achieves a physical bandwidth of up to 1201 Mbit / s @ 80MHz at 5GHz band and up to 574 Mbit / s @ 40MHz at 2.5GHz band. The MU-MIMO 2x2 technology with two spatial streams is perfect for high-performance Wi-Fi environments like offices, hotels and logistic areas.
Wi-Fi LAN connectivity for high density environments Wi-Fi LAN connectivity for critical scenarious dependant on latency or high capacity
Traffic priorization by means of cathegories based on 802.11e/WMM
802.1k, 802.1v, 802.1r together provide with a fast and transparent roaming to the user
Most updated encrypted and secured with WPA3-Personel/Enterprise, Rogue APs detection, WIDS, 802.1x
- Centralized mode: Zero Touch Provisioning from Cloud Net Manager - Local mode: WLAN Controller detects and configures the new Access Point connected to the LAN - Manual Mode: Simple GUI
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