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RG-AM5528-SF Optical i-Share Master Access Point

Recommended for deployment in schools, hotels, medical care, office, production workshops, etc.

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Highlight Features

  • Connection with APs through hybrid cables, realize long distance and fast transmission

  • Full 2.5G downlink optical ports, fully maximizing the AP performance

  • Multiple AP models allowing flexible service expansion

  • AP remote power-on or power-off, eliminating the need for onsite operation

Key Specification

 

Ruijie All-Optical i-Share+ Solution — Master AP RG-AM5528-SF

All-optical architecture, point-to-point power supply for APs through hybrid cables
High-bandwidth data transmission and long-distance power supply, supporting the long-term evolution of wireless network construction in the next two decades

Specifications

Solution

 

All-Optical Network

Hybrid Cable

Wi-Fi 6

i-Share Mode

Power On/Off of a Single AP

24 Optical Ports and 24 PoE Ports, Hybrid Cable, Maximum Transmission Distance of 1000 m

24 optical ports and 24 power supply ports, and direct connection with optical APs through innovative hybrid cables
Only one cable for high-bandwidth data transmission and long-distance PoE power supply concurrently, simplifying the deployment of an all-optical network

 

Longer Distance
The connection distance between the master and micro APs is up to 1,100 m, realizing central management.

Faster Transmission
The transmission rate of the hybrid cable is up to 400 Gbps to meet the expansion requirements in the next two decades.

Superior Power Supply
The master AP can power 24 micro APs with one cable, eliminating the need for local power supply.

2.5G Optical Ports, Eliminating the Bottleneck of Gigabit Networks and Maximizing AP Performance

Full 2.5G downlink optical ports, allowing high-speed transmission of APs
Breaking the bottleneck of wired networks and providing better wireless experience for growing service needs

 

Multiple AP Models, Facilitating Flexible Service Expansion

The optical i-Share master AP provides the i-Share mode, supports access of micro APs, and integrates wired and wireless coverage of intensive rooms such as dormitories and hotels.
It can also switch to the common mode, provide Layer 2 switching, realize on-demand access of the ordinary wall plate APs, indoor APs, and outdoor APs, facilitating flexible service expansion.

 
An O/E converter is required for connecting an conventional AP with copper ports to a master AP.

P2P Power Supply Control and Remote Power-on/Power-off,
Eliminating the Need for Onsite Operation

The 24 power supply ports correspond to the downlink power ports one by one, and support visualization of power supply per circuit on the INC.
When an AP fails, each AP can be powered on or off remotely, without performing any onsite operation.

 
 
 
 
 

FAQ

Tips: Product information and performance will be affected by upgrade iteration, specific environment and other factors, so FAQ content is for reference only. For further information, please contact online support.
Can optical micro APs be used as common wall plate APs?

Yes. The optical micro APs support the i-Share mode. They can also be used with a switch as common wall plate APs.

 

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Does the optical i-Share master AP require AC management?
The optical i-Share master AP supports the i-Share mode. When optical micro APs access anoptical i-Share master AP, a wireless controller is required (any wireless controller released on our website, except for the egress gateway with the built-in AC function and A series wireless controllers). The optical i-Share master AP also supports the common (Layer 2 switching) mode. When conventional wall plate APs, indoor APs, outdoor APs, and other devices access a master AP, an AC is also required if the APs work in Fit mode.

 

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How many licenses does the downlink AP of the optical i-Share+ master AP occupy?
The optical i-Share master AP supports the i-Share and common (Layer 2 switching) modes. When optical micro APs access an optical i-Share master AP, the optical i-Share master AP supports the i-Share mode. The downlink optical micro APs do not occupy licenses. A fee is charged according to the number of optical i-Share master APs. Each optical i-Share master AP occupies eight licenses. When conventional APs access an optical i-Share master AP, the optical i-Share master AP switches to the common mode. The optical i-Share master AP does not occupy licenses, and the fee is charged according to the number of downlink APs: a wall plate AP occupies a half of licenses, and an indoor AP occupies one license.

 

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Which ACs can be used together with optical micro APs?

All the wireless controllers released on our website except for the egress gateway with built-in AC function and A series wireless controllers.

 

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Can APs without optical ports access the optical i-Share+ master AP?
Yes, all PoE-capable devices can access the optical i-Share master AP. For APs, surveillance cameras, and IoT terminals with only one RJ45 port, a photoelectric converter (such as RG-PF2920-DPBOX-P) needs to be deployed at the terminal to realize power supply and transmission conversion. This achieves utilization of legacy devices and protects the original investment.

 

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