The Maxon WiFi 6 Industrial Access Point has a coverage range of up to 300 meters in open air, and up to 200 meters indoors. However, the actual coverage range will vary depending on a number of factors, including the environment, the type of antennas used, and the number of devices connected to the access point.
Key specifications of this WiFi 6 Industrial Access Point:
Wireless standard: IEEE 802.11ax (WiFi 6)
Frequency bands: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
Maximum data rate: 6573 Mbps
Number of antennas: 1-6pcs
Power supply: PoE or AC adapter
Operating temperature range: -40°C to 70°C
Dimensions: 262 x 194 x 72mm
It's a high-performance wireless access point that is designed for use in industrial environments. It supports the IEEE 802.11ax (WiFi 6) standard and can provide speeds of up to 6573 Mbps.
The Maxon WiFi 6 Industrial Access Point has a number of features that make it ideal for use in industrial environments, including:
Rugged design: The access point is housed in a rugged enclosure that is rated for IP68 dust and water resistance.
Wide operating temperature range: The access point can operate in temperatures from -40°C to 70°C.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) support: The access point can be powered using PoE, which eliminates the need for a separate power supply.
Multiple mounting options: The access pole-mounted or ceiling-mounted.
In order to achieve maximum coverage, it is important to place the access point in a central location with minimal obstructions. It is also important to use the appropriate type of antennas for the environment. For example, if the access point is being used in a warehouse with high ceilings, it is recommended to use directional antennas to focus the signal towards the devices that need it.
The number of devices connected to the access point can also affect the coverage range. If there are too many devices connected to the access point, the signal may be weakened. In this case, it may be necessary to add additional access points to the network.
Here are some tips for improving the coverage of the Maxon WiFi 6 Industrial Access Point:
Place the access point in a central location with minimal obstructions.
Use the appropriate type of antennas for the environment.
Avoid placing the access point near metal objects or other sources of interference.
Keep the firmware on the access point up to date.
Use a network management system to monitor the performance of the access point and make adjustments as needed.