The multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) according to Wi-Fi standard IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 enables even faster surfing. This increases the previous maximum throughput from 1.3 Gbps to 1.7 Gbps with four streams. The wireless access point is backwards compatible with Wi-Fi standard IEEE 802.11n for older devices and a longer range.
The increased throughput now also requires a faster backbone, which can be equipped with 2.5 Gbps or optical 10 Gbps data throughput. The 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet interface is ideal for retrofit programs with existing cabling. The fiber optic option mainly addresses new infrastructures.
2.5 GbE or 10 GbE
2.4 GHz or 5 GHz
Single radio version with 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz standard. 11ac can be used at 5 GHz and 11n at 2.4 GHz for older end devices and at the same time a longer range.
The integrated ultra-wide-range power supply is fully compliant with EN 50155, Class S2 and tolerates interruptions of up to 10 ms. As an option, power can be supplied via Power-over-Ethernet (PoE).
24 - 110 VDC or PoE
For long backbone distances daisy chaining can be applied by bridging two Ethernet interfaces eliminating the costs for external switches.
The optionally available bypass function ensures signal transmission within the backbone even if one of the access points connected in series fails.
Easy-to-use web interface for remote configuration of the access points, monitoring of settings, and for installing updates.
A configurable firewall protects personal data of client devices against unauthorized access (client isolation) and supports the secure and interference-free data exchange with the Internet.
The access point is designed according to the international standard EN 50155. Components have to meet the strictest environmental requirements, e.g. an extended temperature range. In addition, they must be resilient to shocks and vibrations.
Further Technical Data
2 Ethernet Interfaces with 1 Gbps + 1/2.5/10 Gbps
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
QLS antenna connections
IP40 aluminium housing for wall mounting
Housing dimensions 105 × 55 × 205 mm
Weight 1200 g
Temperature range -40 °C to + 85°C
Open source software OpenWrt
WAN manager for coordinating multiple LTE/WLAN connections
Link Aggregation (LACP)
Quality of Service (QoS)
ARP filter - no man-in-the-middle attacks
Optional secure boot
Highest performance on smallest footprint: Up to 1024 clients per access point
Every generation in the same footprint for scalability and long-term availability
Country-specific Wi-Fi standards for worldwide use in every type of train
Simultaneous, uninterrupted live video streaming for more than 90 clients
Intelligent distribution of clients to access points and fair bandwidth distribution
Smooth, lossless roaming from access point to access point
Easy-to-use web interface for remote settings and updates