What are the Outdoor Access Points Products from Aruba? Let’s See the Reviews

Access Point Outdoor

In an increasingly modern era like today, the need for the internet is indeed growing. We can see this in the importance of using an access point in connectivity that is able to provide internet access to your WiFi device. Now, this time we will discuss Aruba devices, especially the access point products, which can provide various innovations and sophistication on the devices. Let’s look at the following outdoor access point products from Aruba.

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Outdoor Access Points

What is this outdoor access point itself? Maybe many people don’t know what’s the difference between an outdoor access point and an indoor access point. Actually, these two devices have almost the same function, namely as a device that can transmit a WiFi signal to be able to connect various devices in a local network.

An outdoor access points is a WiFi device that can be installed in an open and wide area to be able to spread a WiFi signal with a wide range.

Access Point function

Function This access point has the main function as an internet signal spreader. And also this access point function relates to more complex network connectivity settings, without further ado, let’s look at the following access point functions:

  1. The AP can manage access to a device based on a unique identity, namely the MAC address that each device has on its Network card.
  2. The AP can also manage the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), which is a DHCP server capable of assigning IP addresses to each connected device.
  3. Can replace the hub function with a local network by WiFi or cable.
  4. Has WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) and WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) security features. This feature is a WiFi network security feature with key matching authentication on the client to the access point. While this WAP is security that is made to complement WEP by adding decryption.

How Access Points Work

An access point that is connected to a wired local area network is called Ethernet. This access point then provides a wireless connection that can use wireless LAN technology, which usually uses WiFi, while other devices use wired connections. Access point that supports the connection of multiple WiFi devices using a single cable.

The access point works when a device tries to open the network. Usually on the smartphone screen an appearance will appear containing a request to enter a password. Then the access point will adjust so that these devices can open together by checking whether the password entered on the access point is correct or not.

If the password entered is correct, it will provide an IP address to the device so that it can open to the network. The access point provides a connection on the RF (Radio Frequency) signal data path formed by the wifi along with the electrical data path on the ethernet cable.

Access Point Type

To be able to distinguish outdoor access points from various other types of access points, you can read the types of access points below:

Access Point Mode (AP Mode)

Access point mode or AP mode is a device that functions to channel a wired connection to a WiFi network. Which in this device is very similar to the switch which is located behind the router. This type of AP is usually placed in areas where there are many wired network connections.

Repeater Mode

This repeater mode is a mode where the access point can add WiFi signal coverage with the same SSID and security. This tool is usually placed in a place where the WiFi signal is less evenly distributed. This repeater mode can only use one SSID which allows it to be accessed in all areas.

Bridge Mode

This bridge mode is a type of access point that is capable of creating two individual networks on one internet for two groups. This bridge mode can use a WiFi network and share it using the SSID with the same password as well. This bridge mode can reach crowded places such as restaurants, schools, offices, to homes that provide internet services without having to use passwords again.

Client Mode

Client mode is usually used on smart TVs, media players, PCs, to game consoles that have an ethernet port on their devices.

Aruba Outdoor Access Point

Outdoor access points from Aruba offer a myriad of innovations that can meet the demands of use like access points for outdoor areas, including having a wide range, to withstand any weather.

  • Our Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 5 APs use industry-rated components and are backed by Aruba’s limited lifetime warranty.
  • Our outdoor APs are designed to simplify applications dealing with moderately challenging elements.
  • We are tough, but we are also innovative. Our products feature Wi-Fi-6, AI capabilities, Dynamic Segmentation, and more of the latest technology advancements.

580 Series

This outdoor access point product from Aruba has the best Wi-Fi 6 performance with high-power Bluetooth and Zigbee radio and 5 Gbps Ethernet for the most demanding outdoor locations.

580 series features:

  • IP66/67 Rated for Harsh Outdoor Environments
  • Bluetooth 5 high power and 802.15.4/Zigbee
  • Wi-Fi 6 supported
  • Automated role-based access enforcement
  • 5 Gbp Smart Level Ethernet
  • Powerful power options 580EX Series

Specifications of 580 series:

  • AP-584

Four dual-band Nf connectors for external antenna operation

One IoT Nf 2.4Ghz connector for Bluetooth/Zigbee radios

Includes a 5dBi omni-directional antenna

  • AP-585

Built in omni-directional antenna (H and V polarized 5Ghz antenna 4.5dBi uncorrelated average (5.8dBi peak)

Antenna 2.4GHz 3.0dBi uncorrelated average (4.4dBi peak)

Peak 4.8dBi Bluetooth antenna

  • AP-587

Built-in directional antenna (H, V, and +/-45 polarized)

Antenna 5Ghz 5.2dBi uncorrelated average (6.6dBi peak)

Antenna 2.4Ghz 5.7dBi uncorrelated average (5.8dBi peak)

Peak 6.3dBi Bluetooth antenna

570 Series

This outdoor access point from Aruba has high-performance Wi-Fi 6 suitable for extreme outdoor weather conditions such as parking lots, stadiums, and public areas.

570 Series Features:

  • High performance, in any weather
  • IoT-ready Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4/Zigbee
  • Dynamic Segmentation and enforcement firewall
  • AI-powered Wi-Fi RF management and automation with AirMatch
  • Air Slice for SLA level performance

570 Series Specifications:

  • AP-574

5 GHz: Four Nf connectors for external antenna operation

2.4 GHz: Two Nf connectors for external antenna operation

BLE/Zigbee: Integrated omnidirectional antenna and 4.2dBi peak gain

  • AP-575

Built in Omni Directional Antenna

5 GHz: 5 dBi Antenna

2.4 GHz: 3.4 dBi Antenna

BLE/Zigbee: Integrated omnidirectional antenna and 6dBi peak gain

  • AP-577

Built in 90°H x 90°V Directional Antenna

5 GHz: 5.6 dBi Antenna

2.4 GHz: 6.8 dBi Antenna

BLE/Zigbee: Integrated omnidirectional antenna with 8.4dBi peak gain

570EX Series

Aruba outdoor access point with high-performance Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) Connectivity for hazardous outdoor environments such as oil fields, mining facilities, and potentially explosive environments.

570EX Series Features:

  • Class 1 Division 2 and ATEX Zone 2-Certified
  • Wi-Fi 6 for hazardous location environments
  • Supports 512 associated clients per radi
  • IoT-ready Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4/Zigbee support
  • Flexible deployment options

570EX series specifications:

  • AP-575EX

Built in Omni Directional Antenna

Antenna 5GHz 5dBi

Antenna 2.4GHz 3.4dBi

BLE/Zigbee: Integrated omnidirectional antenna and

6dBi peak gain

  • AP-577EX

Built in 90°H x 90°V Directional Antenna

Antenna 5GHz 5.6dBi

Antenna 2.4 GHz 6.8dBi

BLE/Zigbee: Omnidirectional antenna integrated with

peak gain of 8.4dBi

518 Series

This equipped outdoor access point from Aruba delivers high performance in harsh, weather-protected environments such as warehouses, industrial freezers, or enclosures in extreme environments and stadiums.

518 Series Features:

  • Maximum aggregate at air data rate 3 Gbps (HE80/HE40)
  • Dynamic Segmentation and policies – firewall enforcement
  • IoT-ready Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4/Zigbee support
  • Advanced mobile co-location
  • Wi-Fi 6 support includes OFDMA and MU-MIMO
  • Support for multiple mounting solutions

518 Series Specifications:

  • AP-518

5 GHz: Empat konektor RP-SMA untuk pengoperasian antena eksternal

2,4 GHz Dua konektor RP-SMA untuk pengoperasian antena eksternal

387 Series

The shape of this outdoor access point from Aruba has a unique shape. Besides its unique shape, this access point has reliable speed, easy installation, and last but not least, it is resistant to extreme weather.

Features of 587 series:

  • High-speed point-to-point connectivity for the outdoors

With a maximum concurrent air data rate of 2.5 Gbps on the 60GHz band and 867 Mbps on the 5GHz band, the 387 Series delivers an aggregate peak data rate of 3.37 Gbps.

  • Flexible and intelligent radio offerings

The 387 Series access points include dual radio support for 60GHz and 5GHz to provide throughput under good conditions and provide intelligent fallback if the 60GHz radio is affected by heavy rain.

  • Secure infrastructure

The 387 Series AP helps protect user authentication, wireless traffic, and data, with support for WPA and Enhanced Open, WPA-MPSK, and VPN tunnels.

  • Weather and temperature resistant

Supporting temperatures from -40 °C to +60 °C (-40 °F to +140 °F) and IP66/67 rating, the 387 Series can withstand the harshest environments.

370EX Series

Outdoor access points from Aruba complement Providing high-performance wireless connectivity and innovative capabilities, the rugged 370EX access point is easy to deploy and operate in hazardous locations.

370EX series features:

  • Certified for extreme weather resistance

Built for the harshest environments, the HazLoc 370EX Series APs are certified for IP66/67 applications (water and dust resistance).

  • High performance and efficiency

Maximum aggregate data rates of over 2 Gbps, four spatial streams, and optional 160MHz channel bandwidth quickly add performance and capacity.

  • Intelligent app visibility and control

Application visibility technology leverages deep packet inspection to classify and block, prioritize, or limit bandwidth for 1000’s of enterprise applications or application groups.

  • Advanced Cellular Coexistence (ACC)

Minimizes interference from 3G/4G cellular networks, distributed antenna systems, and commercial small cell/femtocell equipment.

  • MU-MIMO aware ClientMatch

The performance benefits of MU-MIMO result in increased network capacity and increased network efficiency, solving difficult client problems.

370EX series specifications:

  • AP-375EX/AP-375ATEX

5 GHz 802.11ac 4×4 MU-MIMO (1733 Mbps maximum speed)

Internal Omni Antenna 4.6 dBi

Radio 2.4 GHz 802.11n 2×2 MIMO (maximum speed 300 Mbps)

Internal Omni Antenna 4.0 dBi

  • AP-377EX

5 GHz 802.11ac 4×4 MU-MIMO (1733 Mbps maximum speed)

Directional Antenna 80°H x 80°V Internal 6.3 dBi

Radio 2.4 GHz 802.11n 2×2 MIMO (maximum speed 300 Mbps)

Directional Antenna 80°H x 80°V Internal 6.4 dBi

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