• Nicol Dalla Longa

PAX1800: The First Plasma Cloud’s Wi-Fi 6 Certified Access Point

If you are looking for a Wi-Fi backbone or extension option for your home, office, or business, look no further than Plasma Cloud’s PAX1800. This brand-new Wi-Fi 6 access point is the perfect solution for basically every setup, and the data specs cannot be beaten.

Keep reading to learn more about how the PAX1800 can meet your hotspot and Wi-Fi needs!

The PAX1800 is the New Generation of Access Points

When it comes to new generation networks and access points, the PAX1800 is leading the pack.

Plasma Cloud designed this Wi-Fi 6 solution to be work universally, so it is compatible with almost any setup. Its dual-band and dual-stream Wi-Fi capabilities are housed in a compact kit that is weather resistant – so the possibilities are endless.

Configuring the PAX1800 is as straightforward as can be since it focuses on plug-and-play networking. The universal installation kit that we include eliminates the need for finding third-party accessories or attachments, so you can put it to use as soon as you get it!

We also understand that management tools are essential, so we include a free cloud-based web console that allows you to completely manage your Wi-Fi 6 connections.

PAX1800 Access Point Specs

The specs for the PAX1800 do not disappoint.

For starters, it provides data rates at 573 Mbps + 1201 Mbps. This makes it an impressive solution for every type of network requirement.

It has two antennas that offer a 150 Mbps throughput on a 2.4Ghz channel and four that can reach up to 433 Mbps throughput on a 5 GHz line.

As you can see, the PAX1800 can manage high throughput and density demands with ease – so you don’t have to worry about scenarios that traditional access points might struggle with!

Options for Wired Clients and Uplinks

You shouldn’t have to choose between LAN access and wired uplinks, so Plasma Cloud made sure to develop a solution that provides maximum flexibility. It comes with two separate ethernet ports to allow you to use one for wired devices and the other for uplinks.

Both come with automatic detection to decide if a port should provide LAN access or be uplink!

The Power over Ethernet (PoE) solution also ensures that you can minimize cable clutter by supplying power and data through one ethernet cable. This also allows you to reduce the cost of installation and effort for locations that don't have as many power lines available.

Flexible Placement

Sometimes finding the perfect placement for an access point can be tough – but that doesn’t mean your connection should suffer. The PAX1800 makes this a bit easier by providing flexible mounting options, so you can boost your Wi-Fi signal where you need it most!

Whether you need to put it on a pole, outside, wall, or ceiling grid, this installer kit can accommodate it. The easily pluggable options make it convenient whatever your unique situation might be.

The IP55 rating that it carries means that it is water and dust resistant too. So, you don't have to worry about performance issues when placing the access point in rough environments.

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