Minutes to deploy and easy to maintain, the Zebra AP 6511 brings powerful Wi-Fi to multiple dwelling units such as hospitals, hotels and dormitories.
The Zebra AP 6511 elegantly solves those problems with powerful 802.11 a/b/g/n capabilities, easy installation and centralized management. Using existing CAT5/6 wires and a universal mounting bracket, the Zebra AP 6511 can be installed by standard staff and be operational in minutes. The “hide in sight” design matches any décor and because guest rooms often require additional Ethernet ports for voice service, minibar monitoring or even guest wireline, a snap-on three-port Ethernet module is also available. The 802.11n MIMO technology along with Zebra’s optimized radio design covers six to ten rooms from any CAT5/6 wiring location and the SMART RF continually tunes power and channels to ensure that users automatically experience top performance. Because any Zebra AP 6511 can serve as a master for up to 25 other units, management can be centralized. With the addition of an RFS series controller, thousands of indoor and outdoor access points can be managed from one point. Also, each radio in an Zebra AP 6511 can be repurposed as a sensor for AirDefense connectivity troubleshooting and spectrum analysis in real-time. The Zebra AP 6511 can therefore be installed and scaled to almost any size and managed seamlessly.
Zebra AP 6511 802.11N WallPlate Access Point Key Features and Benefits
Installation in Minutes
- No technical training required
- Universal bracket utilizes existing CAT5/6 infrastructure
- Small size and design match any décor
- Three port Ethernet model available to accommodate other online services
- SMART RF feature automatically optimizes power and channel selection
- Capable of being repurposed as a sensor for AirDefense connectivity troubleshooting
- Supports fast roaming, WMM QoS, and intrusion prevention
- One unit covers six to ten rooms from any wiring location
- Each unit can act as master for up to 25 other units so small installations don’t need a dedicated switch
- Large installations can add an RFS controller for almost limitless scalability