How many devices can you connect in a single room? It sounds like the start of a riddle. But if you operate a hotel, apartment building, or other multi-dwelling unit (MDU) structure, your answer can have a big impact on your bottom line.
The Ruckus H510 wall-mounted access point and switch makes it easy to support the most demanding in-room connectivity requirements. It starts with Ruckus' patented Wi-Fi optimization intelligence to deliver the industry's highest-performing wireless connectivity. Combine that with four-ports of Gigabit Ethernet to connect multiple in-room wired devices, without extra cabling. Put it all in a sleek, low-profile design that can be discretely installed over a standard electrical outlet.
The H510 is a perfect choice for delivering converged services in hospitality and residential locations such as hotel guest rooms, student residence halls, apartments, and other MDU structures. It can connect wired network devices such as IPTV set-top boxes, IP phones, or networked minibars, while simultaneously providing dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi coverage. A PoE port and pass-through features can connect and power devices directly from the wall switch. And, an included cable channel can connect even legacy devices, like digital phones that require native access to PBX systems. All of these in-room services can coexist within the same junction box, dramatically reducing cabling, installation time, and construction costs.
The H510 wall-mounted 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi AP incorporates patented technologies found only in the Ruckus Wi-Fi portfolio.
- Extended coverage with patented BeamFlex+ utilizing multi-directional antenna patterns.
- Improve throughput with ChannelFly, which dynamically finds less congested Wi-Fi channels to use.
With MultiUser-MIMO connectivity, the H510 can simultaneously transmit to multiple Wave 2 clients, improving network RF efficiency and overall performance, even for non-Wave 2 clients. The H510 also features a USB port to support future add-on radio modules, easy-to-deploy mesh networking capabilities, and support for up to 100 clients per room.
Whether you're deploying ten or ten thousand APs, the H510 is also easy to manage through Ruckus' appliance, virtual, and cloud management options.
Deliver great in-room Wi-Fi and enable converged IP services with 802.11ac Wave 2 speed and a built-in 4-port Gigabit Ethernet switch.
STUNNING WI-FI PERFORMANCE
Extends coverage with patented BeamFlex+™ adaptive antenna technology while mitigating interference by utilizing multi-directional antenna patterns.
MULTIPLE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS
Manage the H510 from the cloud, with on-premises physical/virtual appliances, or without a controller.
AUTOMATE OPTIMAL THROUGHPUT
ChannelFly™ dynamic channel technology uses machine learning to automatically find the least congested channels. You always get the highest throughput the band can support.
SERVE MORE DEVICES
Connect more devices simultaneously with two MU-MIMO spatial streams and concurrent dual-band 2.4/5GHz radios while enhancing non-Wave 2 device performance.
SUPPORT MORE SERVICES
Multiple SSIDs and switch ports help support services such as VoIP, IPTV, and high-speed Internet access and in-room device connectivity.
KEEP EXISTING SWITCHES AND CABLES
Designed to operate on existing PoE switches and CAT 5e cabling to minimize costly upgrades.
MORE THAN WI-FI
CONVERGED WIRED AND WIRELESS SERVICES
Access Point Antenna Pattern
Ruckus' BeamFlex+ adaptive antennas allow the H510 AP to dynamically choose among a host of antenna patterns in real-time to establish the best possible connection with every device. This leads to:
- Better Wi-Fi coverage
- Reduced RF interference
Traditional omni-directional antennas, found in generic access points, oversaturate the environment by needlessly radiating RF signals in all directions. In contrast, the Ruckus BeamFlex+ adaptive antenna directs the radio signals per-device on a packet by-packet basis to optimize Wi-Fi coverage and capacity in real-time to support high device density environments. BeamFlex+ operates without the need for device feedback and hence can benefit even devices using legacy standards.
Note: The outer trace represents the composite RF footprint of all possible BeamFlex+ antenna patterns, while the inner trace represents one BeamFlex+ antenna pattern within the composite outer trace.
|Radio Chains and Streams|
|Other Wi-Fi Features|
|Antenna Gain (max)|
|Peak Transmit Power (aggregate across MIMO chains)|
|Minimum Receive Sensitivity1|
|MCS7 VHT40, VHT80||19|
|MCS9 VHT40, VHT80||16|
|Peak PHY Rates|
|Wi-Fi Channel Management|
|Client Density Management|
|Queuing and Scheduling|
|Controller Platform Support|
|Policy Management Tools|
|Power Supply||Maximum Power Consumption|
|Location Based Services|
|Security and Policy|
See Ruckus price list for country-specific ordering information.
Warranty: Sold with a limited lifetime warranty.
For details see: http://support.ruckuswireless.com/warranty.
PLEASE NOTE: When ordering Indoor APs, you must specify the destination region by indicating -US, -WW, or -Z2 instead of XX. When ordering PoE injectors or power supplies, you must specify the destination region by indicating -US, -EU, -AU, -BR, -CN, -IN, -JP, -KR, -SA, -UK, or -UN instead of -XX.
For access points, -Z2 applies to the following countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Morocco, Tunisia, and Vietnam.
1Rx sensitivity varies by band, channel width and MCS rate.
2Refer to Unleashed datasheets for SKU ordering information.
3Max power varies by country setting, band, and MCS rate.
4For complete list of WFA certifications, please see Wi-Fi Alliance website.
5For current certification status, please see price list.