Datasheets

OM Series Cloud-Managed Access Points - OM2P, HS, AC

The OM Series of wireless access points, enclosures and power solutions are ideally suited for providing robust internet coverage just about anywhere you need to share a connection. Each is an access point, mesh gateway and repeater all in one tiny reliable package.

A Series Datasheet

The A Series combines high performance with a flexible form factor for enterprise deployments anywhere. With the A Series, we’ve taken our modular approach to WiFi one step further: not only can the A Series be deployed anywhere outside or in, it comes with a flexible installation kit that includes what you need for each mounting option.

A42 AP DataSheet

The A42 is a 2×2 universal 802.11ac Wave 2 cloud-managed WiFi access point with simultaneous 2.4GHz and 5GHz radios and MU-MIMO. The A42 supports a high volume of simultaneous users, making it perfect for dense deployments. Install the A42 almost anywhere, indoors and out, with the included universal installation kit.

Purchase Items

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We offer excellent prices, 24-48 hour delivery times.
If any item is out of stock, we usually import them under 10 days.

Setup and Operation

Network Planning Guide

This guide is intended to help you plan a cloud-managed wireless mesh network with CloudTrax. In it, we will discuss basic terminology, CloudTrax’s approach to wireless, key elements of building a strong wireless network and some additional tips.

CloudTrax Quick Start Guide

This guide is intended to help you set up your first cloud-managed wireless mesh network with CloudTrax. In this guide, we will create a master login on CloudTrax.com, create a new network, add nodes to the network, physically install the nodes, and do some basic network configuration.

Using the Splash Page Editor

This guide is intended to help you set up your CloudTrax splash page. In this guide, we’ll help you choose an editable, pre-designed template in CloudTrax, explain how to customize the template with the WYSIWYG editor, upload images from your computer to be used on the splash page, and set the configuration options for the splash page in CloudTrax.

Vouchers and PayPal

Using Vouchers in CloudTrax

This guide is intended to help you set up your CloudTrax wireless network to generate and accept vouchers. With vouchers, you control access on a per-user basis by generating unique codes you can provide to users. Vouchers can be set to specific time increments or bandwidth tiers, ideal for hotels, coffee shops, apartments, etc. where you want to limit access to users who you authorize to use the network for a specific period of time.

Using PayPal in CloudTrax

This guide is intended to help you set up your CloudTrax wireless network to accept payments through PayPal. With PayPal, you can charge users for access to your network based on time increments or bandwidth tiers.

Using CloudTrax Lobby Assistant

This guide is intended to help you create, view, edit and print vouchers using Lobby Assistant. Lobby Assistant is a free online tool that can be used by hotel operators, apartment managers, and other business owners to create and print real- time vouchers for guests, residents or customers to access the Internet. Vouchers can be set to specific time increments or bandwidth tiers.

POE Budget and FaceBook

POWER OPTIONS and Calculating your WiFi Power Budget

Powering your Access Points correctly will help you to avoid intermittent drop-outs and wifi failures. POE injectors and POE switches are good additions to your network – they allow you to power your devices over the LAN cable.  You can use up to 100m of LAN cable as long as it is good quality.  We recommend pure copper cable.

Note that the OM2P is the only device that requires 24V POE injectors and cannot be powered using ACTIVE 48V POE.

A further reminder – the A40 and A60 can only be powered using ACTIVE 48V POE switches or injectors.

PoEBudget

FaceBook Authentication

Cloudtrax / OpenMesh WiFi supports “FACEBOOK” Authentication service.  Your user would be redirected to your FaceBook page and encouraged to login to advertise your organisation. Optionally, it is possible to allow the user to bypass the FaceBook login.

https://help.cloudtrax.com/hc/en-us/articles/204038374-Using-Facebook-WiFi