Open-Mesh MR900 Dual Band 3×3 900 Mbps Mesh Access Point with Gigabit POE

By on March 20, 2015

Product Features

  • Zero config plug and play networking. Creates a self-forming self-healing mesh
  • Free cloud-based network controller for complete control and monitoring
  • Dual SSID's for public and private use
  • Free iOS and Android monitoring apps
(as of 10:54 UTC - More info)

Product Description

Introducing the MR900.
High performance cloud-managed networking.

The Open-Mesh MR900 is a cloud managed, dual band, 900 Mbps 802.11n mesh-capable access point that includes hardware watchdog, standard 802.3af POE support and a single Gigabit Ethernet port.

With the ability to support up to 50-100 simultaneous users, this access point is ideal for dense, high-traffic locations such as retail and office spaces, schools, shopping malls and hospitality venues.

The MR900 is backwards compatible with OM2P and later OM Series devices (requires firmware upgrade), so you can run them on the same network (they’ll even mesh).

We recommend powering this unit with standard 802.3af PoE. It is also compatible with the 18v power supply ASIN: B00GVKJZ6S (add-on option).

Cloud-Managed Wireless LAN
Open-Mesh MR Series access points provide robust wireless LAN coverage anywhere you need to share a connection.

Each router is a cloud-managed concurrent dual-band 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz access point, mesh gateway, and repeater all in one compact, reliable, high-performance package.

Powerful Network Management
Say goodbye to on-site controllers with FREE CloudTrax Network Controller.
What used to require a dedicated on-site server can now be managed through the cloud and your Internet Browser. CloudTrax controls and monitors any Open-Mesh access point.
It’s powerful enough to meet the demands of IT professionals, while easy enough to be deployed by someone with little to no network experience.

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