AEROHIVE AP AP1130 OUTDOOR EXT 2X2X2 802.11AC ETH

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WIAHAP1130
AH-AP-1130-AC-W
WIAHAP1130
12 Month Warranty

AEROHIVE NETWORKS AP1130 is a high-performing and ruggedized 802.11ac outdoor access point (AP). The AP1130 provides high-performance dual band concurrent (2.4GHz and 5GHz) 802.11ac (2x2:2) MIMO and has a 10/100/1000 Ethernet port.

The Aerohive AP1130 is an enterprise-grade, high performance product, designed for high bandwidth outdoor wireless environments. With extended temperature range and a watertight chassis, the AP1130 can be deployed in almost any outdoor environment on earth. With two antennas on each radio and the ability to provide service concurrently on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz bands, the AP1130 provides support for 802.11ac as well as legacy 802.11a, b, g and n clients, through Aerohive’s industry unique and resilient controller-less architecture.

    Key Features and Benefits
  • 802.11ac
  • AP1130 is a 2x2:2 802.11ac access point which provides high speed data access not just with the new 802.11ac capable wireless clients but also improves user experience on the traditional 802.11n clients. As more APs are added to the network, HiveOS simply recognizes and automatically includes them in the network. Improvements to the radio management software account for the new 802.11ac radios automatically and allow for existing and new APs to coexist flawlessly.
  • Light Weight and Intuitive Design
  • AP1130 is one of industry’s lightest 802.11ac access points, allowing easy installation in hard to reach places like rooftops and poles by a single person. The AP also features intuitive LEDs which indicate the AP status and backhaul connections either over Ethernet or wireless (mesh backhaul). Additionally, AP1130 features a brand new capability to provide accurate tuning of directional antennas for long range point to point mesh connections. This capability provides for a visual and audio mechanism to accurately identify the most suitable orientation for antennas, such that the mesh link is formed at the highest possible negotiated rate, leading to improved user experience in areas without Ethernet connected APs.