Designed for enterprise wireless networks, this Cambium e700 Access Point offers WLAN that is scalable, secure, and reliable. The enterprise-grade 802.11ac access points support on-premise or cloud management in a solution that rolls out quickly, blends in to the environment and is easy to operate.
Cambium’s cnPilot outdoor AP is a great fit for Enterprise campuses, Public WiFi, Hospitality, Educational institutions, Industrial campuses or just about any demanding outdoor environment requiring cost-effective, controller managed WLAN Access Points.
Cambium e700 Access Point supports up t0 512 devices (16 SSIDs)
Operational superiority – IP67 weather resilient Outdoor Access Point (AP) with 512 max concurrent client associations, 16 SSIDs, WPA-2 encryption, Meshing, Dynamic VLANs, DFS channels, Access control lists (ACL), zero touch provisioning and more – the 802.11ac wave2 powered e700 is perfect for today’s demanding high density outdoor Wi-Fi networks.
High performance Wi-Fi – Standards based beamforming, on 5 GHz over a 4×4 Tx/Rx antenna array, can steer beams to the target client device delivering superior performance under high interference RF environments in both downlink and uplink* directions. Enterprise grade controller-less roaming, dynamic channel selection, automatic transmit power control, and more such cnPilot platform features ensure a high grade superior Wi-Fi network.
Mesh – Rapidly setup multi-hop mesh networks either dedicating one radio (e.g.: 5 GHz) for mesh backhaul, or using both bands for simultaneous client and mesh access.
Wireless Backhaul Integration – Roll out Wi-Fi networks rapidly with Cambium’s wireless backhaul powered from the aux PoE Out port on the e700 eliminating the need for a second power line. The aux PoE Out port can also power an 802.3af camera when security monitoring is needed near the hotspot.
Resilience – Dual on-board Active/Standby memory banks ensure higher availability. The e700 can store two versions of the software and if needed fall back to a working operational software, reducing the likelihood of site visits and increasing network up-time.