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The new ARS-7235-5E-AC dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN access point from Antaria.

Antaria Debuts High-Speed Wireless Access Point For Challenging Environments

New ARS-7235-5E-AC offers added router capabilities and five gigabit Ethernet ports; designed to address the high-throughput requirements of dense applications.

Antaira Technologies has announced the introduction of the ARS-7235-5E-AC dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WLAN access point with added router capabilities and five gigabit Ethernet ports, designed to address the high-throughput requirements of dense applications.

The ARS-7235-5E-AC supports a net data rate of up to 867Mbp with 2×2 MIMO communication. It’s embedded with the Qualcomm IPQ4029 SoC chipset so it can concurrently operate on both the 2.4 or 5 GHz bands, plus it’s backwards-compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n deployments to help maximize existing wireless investments.

The ARS-7235-5E-AC is designed to give IT professionals the flexibility to balance required wireless coverage with the need for faster, easier deployments due to its compact dimensions, DIN-rail or wall mountable options, secure WPA3 encryption, and low voltage input of 9 volts. Five gigabit Ethernet ports enable connectivity to laptops, PCs and other wired devices. In addition, it’s capable of operating in different modes, which makes it suitable for a wide variety of wireless applications such as long-distance deployments.

The ARS-7235-5E-AC-T is engineered to deliver reliability in harsh environments with an operating temperature of -35°C to 70°C, an IP30 metal housing, and industrial-grade resistance to shock, vibration, power surges, and EMI.

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