AP62 Access Point Hardware and Specifications

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This article provides the feature and hardware specifications for the Datto Networking AP62 access point.

Environment

  • Datto Networking AP62 Access Point

Form Factor

mceclip2.pngFigure 1: Top-view of the AP62.

Specifications

Wireless connectivity 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wave 2
2.4GHz 2x2, Dual 5GHz 2x2 MU-MIMO
Bands 2.4GHz + 5GHz + 5GHz
Speed (rated) 2 Gbps
2.4GHz - 300 Mbps
5GHz - 867 Mbps
5GHz - 867 Mbps
Range (approximate) 75' - 150' indoor (3-4 walls)
400' - 600' outdoor
Max users (recommended) 75-150 per AP
Cloud Management Built-in cloud management (no onsite controller/management appliance required), WPA/WPA2 Personal and Enterprise, captive portal/splash pages, Facebook Wi-Fi, user management capabilities, etc.
Automatic Firmware Upgrades Yes
Automatic Feature Upgrades (future-proofing) Yes
Zero config plug and play Yes
Self-forming, self-healing Mesh Yes
Seamless roaming Yes
Wireless LAN 4 SSIDs, bridge to LAN, bridge to VLAN (tagging), Public & Private SSIDs
Warranty 3 Year Advanced Replacement
Mounting Installation kit included: t-rail ceiling, solid ceiling or wall, Ethernet jack, outdoor wall/pole
Ethernet/LAN 2 x Gigabit
PoE Standard 802.3af/at,
Passive 18-24V (mode A, B, A+B)
*802.3at recommended
CPU Qualcomm Dakota IPQ4019
Memory 256MB DRAM DDR3
LED Indicators Nine-color LED status indication
Hardware watchdog Yes
Antennas Internal - 2 dual-band, 2 single-band
USB Yes
Indoor/Outdoor Rating CE Marked for Indoor/Outdoor Use, IP55
Certifications EN 60950-1, EN 55032, EN 62311 (SAR & MPE), UL 60950-1, cUL 60950-1, EN 300.328, EN 301.489-1 and EN 301.489-17, EN 301.893, RCM , C-Tick 4268(2.4GHz) +C-Tick 4268 (5GHz), C-Tick 3548, ICES-003, IC RSS-247(2.4GHz) + IC RSS-246(5GHz), FCC Pat 15 B, C, E
Operating Temperature -20° to 50° C
Size 6.69” x 6.69” x 1.2”

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