The AP features IP55 rating, fast install and built-in BakPak
SnapAV has unveiled the new Pakedge WA-2200-O Wave 2 Outdoor Access Point. This next-generation outdoor AP helps integrators extend exceptional Wi-Fi performance to the outdoors.
With an IP55 rated water and dust-resistant enclosure, this AP can withstand the most severe environments, including temperatures ranging from -20° C to 65° C (-4° F to 149° F). Its UV-treated enclosure resists solar damage, keeping the WA-2200-O looking like new for years to come. Like other Pakedge WA Series APs, the WA-2200-O’s sleek form factor and internal antennas ensure it stays discreetly out of sight while still providing optimal coverage.
The WA-2200-O delivers Wave 2 MU-MIMO and beam-forming technology to extend fast roaming and exceptional performance to the outdoors. Combined, these features are ideal for bandwidth-intensive applications such as VoIP, 4K/HD streaming, and multi-player gaming.
This AP supports complete cloud configuration for single and multi-AP deployments through BakPak to reduce install time, streamline registration, and eliminate hardware costs. BakPak also makes it easy for integrators to configure, monitor, and manage their customers’ wireless networks from anywhere in the world through a desktop or mobile app.
“The ability to remotely monitor and manage a customer’s network through BakPak is essential to an integrator’s profitability,” said Kenny Kim, SnapAV’s vice president of connected products. “And with the WA-2200-O, integrators can take the powerful features of the WA Series Access Points outdoors to provide complete property coverage.”
The WA-2200-O comes with a mounting accessory kit and can be mounted on a wall or pole for fast and flexible installs. The Pakedge WA-2200-O is shipping today and has a U.S. MSRP of $650.
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Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.