When you need to bring the fastest possible WiFi speeds to a large outdoor environment, you need the Aruba AP-375. This 802.11ac Wave 2 device boasts speeds of up to 2Gbps, when connected via multi-gig Ethernet, from within a weatherproofed case that could literally survive a hurricane while providing uninterrupted service.
It can operate in temperatures ranging from -40° C to +65° C (-40° F to +149° F), even direct sunlight, as well as functioning in altitudes up to 3,000m. It has an IP66/67 rating for water, dust, and other particulate debris, as well as being proofed against both regular and saltwater for even hundreds of hours. Its wind survivability is rated at 165mph, and it has shock absorbance that could make it through an earthquake. There are few WiFi access points boasting better ruggedization, and even fewer that can offer top-line 802.11ac Wave 2 access while doing so.
The AP-375 features omni-directional internal antennas. Other options in the line include the AP-374, with external antenna connectors, or the AP-377 with high-gain directional internal antennas.
Under the hood, the AP-375 includes both 5ghz and 2.4ghz radios, with smart systems capable of identifying what hardware users have and pairing them to radios appropriately. 4x4 MU-MIMO antennas help ensure steady connectivity even under high usage, while built-in RF monitoring systems continually monitor the environment and help the AP-375 coexist with cellular phones. It even incorporates a Bluetooth beacon for user tracking and messaging.
Plus, like all Aruba networking hardware, the AP-375 can work in multiple roles. It can run either controlled or controller-less, attach to a mesh network, or be deployed as a dedicated spectrum-analysis and WiFi attack detection system.
If you need the best and most rugged outdoor access on the market, the AP-375 will be hard to beat. Contact Hummingbird Networks to learn more!