Ruckus ZoneFlex H510 - wireless access point

Mfg. Part: 901-H510-US00 | CDW Part: 4283627 | UNSPSC: 43223108
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Was $395.00
$299.99 Advertised Price
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  • Wireless access point
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Dual Band
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Main Features
  • Wireless access point
  • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Dual Band
The Ruckus ZoneFlex H510 combines an 802.11ac wireless access point and wired switch in one device. Designed specifically for hotels and multi-dwelling units, the H510 is compact, inconspicuous, secure, and easy to mount to an electrical junction box. Front port access eliminates unsightly cabling and accommodates any furniture placement.

The H510 provides the versatility required by building owners to support converged wired and wireless services.

This 802.11ac wireless access point and switch incorporates top performance patented technologies found only in the Ruckus Wi-Fi portfolio.

BeamFlex+ adaptive antenna technology directs each packet over the best performing signal path, extending coverage range and mitigating interference automatically. ChannelFly technology chooses the best channel to give users the highest throughput - delivering up to 50 percent capacity gain over competitive dynamic channel selection approaches.

Whether organizations are deploying ten or ten thousand APs, the H510 is also easy to manage through the appliance, virtual and cloud management options.

The H510: Supports up to 100 clients on a single AP; Supports converged wired and wireless services with one device, including VoIP, IPTV, high-speed Internet access and in-room device connectivity; Reduces costs for cabling, power sourcing equipment and other in-room connection costs; Connect digital phones directly to the H510; Easily handles the transmission of challenging content - including jitter and latency sensitive streaming HD media; Fits the aesthetics of in-room environments with a discrete, low-profile design.

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