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Cambium XV2-22H Wallplate access point

Cambium-XV2-22H

The Cambium XV2-22H has a WiFi 6 access point designed to be mounted flush on a standard wallplate with some interesting features.

The XV2-22H indoor Wi-Fi 6 AP offers 2.97 Gbps of bandwidth and an integrated switch. Ideal for hospitality, MDU, education and small/medium business applications.

• Wallplate 802.11ax, 2×2
• 3 x GbE Ethernet, one with PoE out
• RJ45 electrical pass-through ports
• BLE/Zigbee/Thread/Matter

Radios
1 x 5 GHz radio (802.11ax Wi-Fi 6), 2×2:2
1 x 2.4 GHz 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6), 2×2:2
1 x 802.15.4 or 1 x 802.15.1 IoT transceiver, multi-protocol
 
Wi-Fi
802.11ax Wi-Fi 6
 
SSID Security
WPA3-SAE, WPA3-Enterprise, WPA2 (802.11i), WPA2 AES, WPA2 Enterprise (802.1x/EAP), WPA PSK, Open
 
Antenna
Internal omni-directional 2.4 GHz: 4.47 dBi 5 GHz: 5.56 dBi IoT Antenna Gain: 5.18 dBi
 
WLAN
16 WLAN profiles per radio
128 clients per radio
 
Authentication Encryption
802.1x EAP-SIM/AKA/AKA’/FAST, EAP-PEAP, EAP-TTLS, EAP-TLS/MSCHAPv2, PEAPv0/ PEAPv1 MAC authentication to local database (on AP, on Controller) or external RADIUS. MAC auth fallback to guest portal
 
Subscriber QoS
802.11e/WMM QoS. DSCP/ToS mapping
 
Fast Roaming
802.11r, OKC, cnMaestro assisted roam

 

XV2-22H Wi-Fi 6 Wallplate Sneak Peak

Thread is a wireless protocol specifically built for IoT devices. It’s designed to make them work faster, have fewer points of failure, use less power, and communicate with each other more seamlessly.

A low-power, low-bandwidth mesh networking protocol that uses the 802.15.4 radio technology, Thread is similar to existing smart home protocols Zigbee and Z-Wave. But unlike them, it doesn’t need a central hub or bridge. Instead, Thread devices can talk directly to each other. By cutting out the middle man, Thread can be faster, especially over large networks.

Also, unlike the other low-powered smart home protocols, Thread is internet protocol (IP)-based, meaning it can directly connect to any other IP-based device, such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and Wi-Fi routers. 

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