Neutron Managed Outdoor Access Points provide ultra-fast wireless connectivity that is flexible, scalable and reliable. Provide high-capacity Wi-Fi to a resort pool, campus quad, or other outdoor property with optimal range and performance in harsh environments. Operate alone or centrally manage with no licensing or subscription fees.
11ac Wave 2’s advanced Wi-Fi features support the future of mobility. Achieve speeds to 2.5 Gbps and enhanced Multi-MIMO performance for expanded user capacity. Efficiently service crowded outdoor locations with 4×4 streams and Beamforming technology for optimal signal and reception reliability for users.
Flexible, Simplified Network Management
Manage a few or 1k+ Neutron APs as part of a scalable distributed network via an onsite Neutron Switch or centrally with ezMaster™ Software. Configure and monitor an entire network through an at-a-glance dashboard with rich reporting and analytics regardless of location or size from a single place.
Peak Performance in Harsh Environments
Designed to perform in harsh environments, Neutron Outdoor ruggedized APs feature IP-rated waterproof and dustproof casing that ensures APs withstand extreme hot and cold outdoor climates and indoor industrial environments where temperatures are a factor.
Versatile Deployment & Power Options With Power-over-Ethernet
Deploy and power APs where power outlets are scarce via an 802.3at-PoE-capable switch or PoE adapter up to 328 feet from the source. Utilize the secondary Gigabit PoE pass-through port on select models to connect and power an additional device such as an IP camera or access point.
Optimized Connectivity & Network Protection
Ensure seamless, reliable connectivity for users as they move about the network with standards-based roaming, and efficiently steer dual-band clients to the less congested 5 GHz band. Quickly detect and avoid network threats through a suite of advanced security features including Guest Networks.
Advanced Encryption & Guest Networks
Advanced security options allow administrators to: assign standards-based security and authentication policies; detect and avoid rogue AP and invasion threats; receive email alerts; prevent guest users from accessing network files or devices; and segment user groups for increased security and bandwidth control.