The Tirade WIP5800N-WR is a versatile, very efficient, and stable 5 GHz wireless access point. The unit is equipped with an extreme output power (up to 29 dBm) 802.11n MIMO radio wrapped securely inside a robust IP-65 compliant enclosure with two N-type connectors, suited for wide coverage area applications.
The robust hardware is coupled with an advanced and feature-rich operating system optimized for high performance communications which allows compatibility with older 802.11a standards while adding support for the latest in wireless communications. The WIP5800N-WR supports access point, station, and WDS operating modes and can act as bridge or as router making it one of the most flexible devices on the market.
The software engine running on the WIP5800N-WR provides a user-friendly Adobe Flex-based GUI with instant changes, includes useful installation tools (site survey, antenna alignment, delayed reboot) and also is compatible with Wireless Network Management System for one of the most advanced management tools on the market.
This wireless access point is an ideal device for point-to-multiple point applications as a base-station with and external sector or omni-directional antenna. It is also suited for medium- to long-range point-to-point applications with an external high-gain dual polarized antenna (panel or dish).
What is the output power in watts and what is the maximum distance using 23dbi antennas that it can support?
by John1 years and 11 months ago ago
The WIP5800N-WR are rated for up to 800 mW without antennas attached. That output is reduced based on the antennas used to meet FCC regulations. 23dBi antennas could theoretically allow for a range upwards of 14 miles in a point to point connection. In most real world scenarios the actual maximum usable bandwidth is closer to 4-5 miles. It is important to note that many environmental variables such as objects within line of sight and other RF signals that may cause interference can drastically reduce wireless range. Typically the higher antennas are mounted above any obstructions the better the signal strength will be.
by Keith Becker (Supercircuits)1 years and 11 months ago ago
I have a Uniden Guardian G455 wireless security system with 2 cameras. We run a farm and want to watch over our horses and equipment. However, the cameras are out of range of the receiver and we lose video signal.
Would your 5.8GHz wireless access point product be able to help boost the range and pick up signal from our cameras? I would like to set up a camera in the barn as well for 24/7 monitoring when babies are due to be born but our current signal is lost going through obstructions.
by Chris Weston2 years and 2 months ago ago
The system you have in place is not an IP-based system and so this wireless access point would not be able to be used with your current cameras. The only recommendation we can offer is to upgrade the antennas on the cameras and the receiver to higher gain antennas. This should increase reception range assuming your current equipment has this option.
by Keith Becker (Supercircuits)2 years and 2 months ago ago