The cAP ac is a very capable and powerful wireless access point
that looks beautiful on both walls and ceilings. The concurrent dual band wireless radio supports dual chain 2 GHz and 5 GHz in 802.11ac and legacy standards, and will provide coverage in 360 degrees around it.
Even though the radio supports repeater mode, the two Ethernet ports give you the ability to extend your network with cables, even if PoE power is required, since the cAP ac supports 802.3af/at PoE input on the first port, and passive PoE output (up to 57V) on the second port.
The cAP ac is a feature packed device with a sleek enclosure, that can become inconspicuous with the push of a button – the customizable mode button in the device center will turn off all lights and sounds at it’s default configuration, but can be reconfigured to launch any RouterOS script.
The cAP ac is equipped with two Ethernet ports, allowing you to connect another device, to further extend your network. What’s more, the second Ethernet port supports passive PoE output (up to 57 V), so it can power a wide variety of RouterBOARDs
and other devices, like IP cameras
. In the following scenario, you can use a central hEX PoE device to power all your cAP ac units, and then have cAP lite units connected to provide even better coverage. The hEX PoE can even be used as a CAPsMAN server, so you can easily manage all your access points
, and control all their settings in a single device.
|Size of RAM
|Number of DC inputs
|Max Power Consumption
|10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
|10/100 Ethernet ports