Allied Telesis TQ5403e – Hybrid Outdoor 3-radio 802.11ac Wireless Access Point

£877.70 Ex. VAT

The Allied Telesis Enterprise-class TQ5403e outdoor wireless Access Point (AP) features IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 technology with two spatial streams, to deliver a raw capacity of 2.133 Gigabits.

Key Features

  • Channel Blanket Hybrid Operation for simultaneous multi-channel and single-channel support.
  • IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 to increase throughput.
  • Virtual APs with Multiple SSIDs.
  • Captive Portal for easy user management.
  • Web-based user interface for easy management and monitoring of a single AP.
  • AWC support for APs management and automatic wireless network optimization.
  • Weather-resistant enclosure for outdoor installation supporting extended operating range (-40°C~65°C).
  • Detachable external antenna for installation flexibility.
  • Fast roaming enables users to seamlessly move between AP.
  • Wi-Fi Alliance certified Passpoint® (Hotspot 2.0) enables auto-detection and connection of client devices.

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Hybrid Outdoor 3-radio 802.11ac Wave 2 Wireless Access Point

The Allied Telesis Enterprise-class TQ5403e outdoor wireless Access Point (AP) features IEEE 802.11ac Wave 2 technology with two spatial streams, to deliver a raw capacity of 2.133 Gigabits.
TQ5403e

Overview

The innovative Channel Blanket hybrid mode of the TQ5403e enables optimized wireless networking for all environments—indoors and outdoors. By allowing simultaneous multi-channel and single-channel WLAN connectivity from the same AP, network administrators can combine performance attributes of the two architectures to best suit their specific deployment requirements.

The TQ5403e has a single 2.4GHz radio and dual 5GHz IEEE 802.11ac radios, and supports Multi-User Multiple Input and Multiple Output (MU-MIMO), allowing multiple clients to send and receive data at the same time—substantially increasing throughput. Combined with a comprehensive feature set, these APs provide superior wireless solutions for a wide range of customers, from SMBs to large Enterprises.

Smaller businesses can operate the TQ5403e in standalone mode, by using its intuitive web-based user interface. In larger installations it can be managed by Allied Telesis Autonomous Wave Control (AWC). AWC regularly analyzes the wireless network, and dynamically updates APs to reduce interference, minimize coverage gaps and optimize performance—all with no user intervention. AWC-SC (Smart Connect) enables simplified deployment, and a resilient wireless solution, using wireless uplink connectivity. Further, the Allied Telesis robust network management platform Vista Manager EX has an AWC wireless management plugin that supports up to 3,000 APs.

The TQ5403e shines in harsh outdoor environments and is accompanied by a wall/pole mounting kit and six omni-directional antennas. Power is supplied via Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.11at, PoE Plus).

Brand

Allied Telesis