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RouterBOARD 951Ui-2HnD w/600Mhz CPU 1 - Access Point - WLAN

RouterBOARD 951Ui-2HnD w/600Mhz CPU 1 - Access Point - WLAN

SXT SA5 ac - 10,100,1000 Mbit/s - 80 MHz - 256-QAM - USB Type-A - 12 - 57 V - 12 W

Mfg. SKU: RBSXTG-5HPACD-SA

SKU: 1015214

EAN: 4752224004499

General
Ethernet LAN data rates
10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Channel bandwidth
80 MHz
Modulation
256-QAM
USB connector type
USB Type-A
Input voltage
12 - 57 V
Power consumption (max)
12 W
Product colour
White
LED indicators
Power, WAN, WLAN
Antenna features
Integrated antenna
Antenna gain level (max)
13 dBi
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Features
5 GHz
Y
Ethernet LAN data rates
10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Channel bandwidth
80 MHz
Modulation
256-QAM
Design
Product colour
White
LED indicators
Power, WAN, WLAN
Internal
N
Antenna
Antenna features
Integrated antenna
Antenna gain level (max)
13 dBi
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)
-30 - 80 °C
Weight & dimensions
Width
140 mm
Depth
65 mm
Height
140 mm
Packaging data
AC adapter included
Y
Mounting kit
Y
Quick start guide
Y
Package weight
265 g
Ports & interfaces
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports
1
USB 2.0 ports quantity
1
USB connector type
USB Type-A
Power
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Y
Input voltage
12 - 57 V
Power consumption (max)
12 W
Performance
Chipset
QCA9882-BR4A-R
Built-in processor
Y
Processor model
Qualcomm Atheros QCA9557-AT4A-R
Internal memory
128 MB
Other features
Wireless standard
a/n/ac
The new AC standard is here, with up to 866Mbit over the air datarate, 256-QAM modulation, and 80MHz channels. 802.11a/n/ac opens up new possibilities and speeds never possible before.

The SXT ac is a new member in our 802.11ac product lineup, currently two models are available — with regular 28 degree antenna, and the SA model with a 90 wide beam- width sector antenna. Also supports 802.11a/n mode and is compatible with all legacy RouterBOARD devices, including Nstream and Nv2 protocols. Both devices come with Gigabit Ethernet.
New products are backwards compatible- for example, you can replace your 5GHz 802.11an legacy Access Point with new 802.11ac product and your existing customers will still be able to connect to it.