The NXA-WAP250G 802.11b/g Wireless Access Point combines an easily hidden form factor, integrated antenna, advanced WPA/WPA2 encryption capabilities and multiple SSID support.
The WAP incorporates wireless encryption standards such as enterprise-grade WPA2, WPA, 802.1x, MAC address filtering and 64-bit/128-bit WEP encryption.
With support for multiple VLANS (Virtual Local Area Networks), separate, secure networks can be set up and operated independently of each other through a single WAP.
In support of our commitment to the RoHS initiative, which restricts the use of heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium in electronic products, the NXA-WAP250G is completely RoHS compliant.
The WAP increases deployment locations using three mode options - Access Point Mode, AP/Repeater Mode, or Bridge Mode. Use all three modes in the same network at the same time.
AMX started in 1982 with the goal to manufacture simple tools that people could use to harness the rising power of technology. Ever since then, AMX has been manufacturing quality and award winning products. AMX solves the problem of managing the increasing number of complex technologies and operating platforms with reliable, consistent and scalable systems.
AMX products include LCD Touch panel user interfaces, Central Controllers, Communication Devices, Keypads, Media Servers, Network Devices, and Remote Controls. They are used in boardrooms, auditoriums, museums or home theaters, video projectors and displays, PCs, DVD and VCR players and recorders, cameras, teleconferencing systems, audio/video switchers and processing equipment, motorized projection screens, drapes, lighting, HVAC systems, and a wide variety of other types of equipment. Other common uses include entertainment systems, industrial command and control centers, security systems, hotels and restaurants.
AMX configures its systems from modular hardware so that the systems can be customized to meet current needs, and also lay a foundation for unlimited scalability to adapt to future requirements.
Wireless Access Point is a configured node on wireless local area networks. It serves as a central transmitter and receiver of WLAN radio signals. It connects using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or related standards. Wireless Access Points are used business organizations, network operation/command centers, and entertainment venues.
Wireless access points are managed by a WLAN Controller which handles automatic adjustments to RF power, channels, authentication, and security. You can also combine controllers to form a wireless mobility group to allow inter-controller roaming.
The best known manufacturer is AMX. Its featured product, the WAPs. 802.11b/g Wireless Access Point, is the best selling Wireless Access Point.
DIMENSIONS (HWD): 4 1/2" x 2 3/4" x 1" (115 mm x 71 mm x 26 mm)
WEIGHT: 8 oz (.23 kg)
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