Compex WP54AG 1b Install guide

Quick Install Guide
Wireless Access Point
WP54
Table of Contents
1:
Introduction......................................................................................2
2:
Let’s Get Going-Hardware Setup ................................................8
3:
Introduction for WP54G 1D 6D multi-SSID firmware version................ 2
Introduction for WP54G 6E multi-SSID firmware version ...................... 3
Introduction for WP54AG multi-SSID firmware version ........................ 4
Introduction for WP54G 1D 6D non multi-SSID firmware version........ 5
Introduction for WP54G 6E non multi-SSID firmware version .............. 6
Introduction for WP54AG non multi-SSID firmware version ................ 7
Setup Requirements ................................................................................. 8
Hardware Installation ............................................................................... 8
OPTION One: Using power adapter to supply power to the unit ..................... 8
OPTION Two: Using PoE to supply power to the unit ......................................... 10
Optional: Mounting on the Wall ........................................................................... 13
Access to Web-based Interface ................................................14
Access to the Web interface with uConfig ........................................ 14
Access to the Web interface manually .............................................. 16
4: Panel Views and Descriptions.....................................................17
5: Technical Specifications ..............................................................20
WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD.......................................................26
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1: Introduction
Introduction for WP54G 1D 6D multi-SSID firmware version
The Wireless Access Point with PoE is a high-performance access point (AP) that
is designed for enterprise and public access applications. Embedded with the
Atheros chipset, it boasts network robustness, stability and wider network
coverage. Based on 802.11g, the access point supports high-speed data
transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in 7 modes: Access Point Mode, Client
Mode, Wireless Routing Client, Gateway Mode, Wireless Adapter Mode,
Transparent Client Mode, and Repeater Mode. Which makes it suitable for a
wide variety of wireless applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Virtual AP to deliver multiple services; Long-Range parameter fine-tuning which
provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters such as
slot time; ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range; Spanning
Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability to autoreconfigure when there are changes in the network topology; HTTPS which
feature additional authentication and encryption; and Telnet which allows
remote connection; and SSH which provides a secure host connection.
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Introduction for WP54G 6E multi-SSID firmware version
The high-performance access point (AP) is designed for enterprise and public
access applications. Embedded with the Atheros chipset, it boasts network
robustness, stability and wider network coverage. Based on 802.11g, the access
point supports high-speed data transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz
frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in different modes: Access Point and
Access Point Client, which makes it suitable for a wide variety of wireless
applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Virtual AP to deliver multiple services; Long-Range parameter fine-tuning which
provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters such as
slot time, ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range; and
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability
to auto-reconfigure when there are changes in the network topology.
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Introduction for WP54AG multi-SSID firmware version
The Wireless Access Point is a high-performance access point (AP) that is
designed for enterprise and public access applications. Embedded with the
Atheros chipset, it boasts network robustness, stability and wider network
coverage. Compliant with 802.11a/b/g standards, the access point supports
high-speed data transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz
frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in 7 modes: Access Point Mode, Client
Mode, Wireless Routing Client, Gateway Mode, Wireless Adapter Mode,
Transparent Client Mode, and Repeater Mode. Which makes it suitable for a
wide variety of wireless applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Virtual AP to deliver multiple services; Long-Range parameter fine-tuning which
provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters such as
slot time; ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range; Spanning
Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability to autoreconfigure when there are changes in the network topology; HTTPS which
feature additional authentication and encryption; and Telnet which allows
remote connection; and SSH which provides a secure host connection.
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Introduction for WP54G 1D 6D non multi-SSID firmware
version
The Wireless Access Point is a high-performance access point (AP) that is
designed for enterprise and public access applications. Embedded with the
Atheros chipset, it boasts network robustness, stability and wider network
coverage. Based on 802.11g, the access point supports high-speed data
transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in 7 modes: Access Point, Access
Point Client, Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multi Point, Wireless Routing Client, Gateway
and Wireless Adapter. Which makes it suitable for a wide variety of wireless
applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) to wirelessly link associated access points
together and extend network coverage, Long-Range parameter fine-tuning
which provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters
such as slot time, ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range;
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability
to auto-reconfigure when there are changes in the network topology; Pseudo
VLAN which enables the creation of wireless isolated nodes or workgroups of
wireless clients to enhance security in a public access wireless network; HTTPS
which feature additional authentication and encryption; Telnet which allows
remote connection; and SSH which provides a secure host connection.
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Introduction for WP54G 6E non multi-SSID firmware version
The high-performance access point (AP) is designed for enterprise and public
access applications. Embedded with the Atheros chipset, it boasts network
robustness, stability and wider network coverage. Based on 802.11g, the access
point supports high-speed data transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz
frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in different modes: Access Point and
Access Point Client, which makes it suitable for a wide variety of wireless
applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) to wirelessly link associated access points
together and extend network coverage, Long-Range parameter fine-tuning
which provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters
such as slot time, ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range;
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability
to auto-reconfigure when there are changes in the network topology; and
Pseudo VLAN which enables the creation of wireless isolated nodes or
workgroups of wireless clients to enhance security in a public access wireless
network.
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Introduction for WP54AG non multi-SSID firmware version
The Wireless Access Point is a high-performance access point (AP) that is
designed for enterprise and public access applications. Embedded with the
Atheros chipset, it boasts network robustness, stability and wider network
coverage. Compliant with 802.11a/b/g standards, the access point supports
high-speed data transmission of up to 54Mbps in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz
frequency band.
The access point is capable of operating in 7 modes: Access Point, Access
Point Client, Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multi Point, Wireless Routing Client, Gateway
and Wireless Adapter. Which makes it suitable for a wide variety of wireless
applications, including long-distance deployments.
Equipped with an SMA connector for external antenna support, the access
point provides a wider coverage for your network. Moreover, its integrated
Power over Ethernet (PoE) allows the access point to be used in areas where
power outlets are not readily available.
To protect your security and privacy, the access point is armed with many
enhanced wireless security features such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA),
WPA2 (with Advanced Encryption Standard encryption) MAC Address Filtering,
IEEE 802.1x Authentication and 64/128-bit WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) to
ensure privacy for the heterogeneous mix of users within the same wireless
network.
The access point also incorporates a unique set of advanced features such as:
Wireless Distribution System (WDS) to wirelessly link associated access points
together and extend network coverage, Long-Range parameter fine-tuning
which provide the access point with the ability to auto-calculate parameters
such as slot time, ACK time-out and CTS time-out to achieve a longer range;
Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) which provides extra redundancy and the ability
to auto-reconfigure when there are changes in the network topology; Pseudo
VLAN which enables the creation of wireless isolated nodes or workgroups of
wireless clients to enhance security in a public access wireless network; HTTPS
which feature additional authentication and encryption; and Telnet which
allows remote connection; and SSH which provides a secure host connection.
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2: Let’s Get Going-Hardware Setup
Setup Requirements
Before starting, please verify that the following is available:
CAT5/5e networking cable
At least one computer is installed with a Web browser and a wired or
wireless network interface adapter
TCP/IP protocol is installed and IP address parameters are properly
configured on all your network’s nodes
Hardware Installation
The access point can be powered using either the power adapter provided or
a PoE Injector. The installation process for both options is described below.
OPTION One: Using power adapter to supply power to
the unit
Step 1:
Connect the external antenna to the SMA connector of the access point.
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Step 2:
Insert one end of the Ethernet cable to any of the Ethernet ports on your
access point, and the other end of the cable to your PC’s Ethernet network
adapter.
PC
Step 3:
Attach the power adapter to the main electrical supply, and connect the
power plug into the socket of the access point.
Step 4:
Turn ON the power supply and power ON your PC. Notice that the LEDs: Power
and Port 1 or 2 (depending on which port you have connected the RJ45
Ethernet cable to) have lighted up. This indicates that connection has been
established successfully between your access point and your PC.
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OPTION Two: Using PoE to supply power to the unit
The access point is fully compatible with a Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) kit. A PoE
accessory supplies operational power to the wireless AP via the Ethernet cable
connection.
Users who have already purchased a PoE and who wish to use it to supply
power to the access point may follow the installation procedures shown below:
Step 1:
Connect the external antenna to the SMA connector of the access point.
Step 2:
Use an RJ45 Ethernet cable to connect one end of the cable to the LAN OUT
port of the Injector and the other end to Ethernet port 1 of the access point.
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Step 3:
Next, connect the RJ45 Ethernet cable attached to the PoE Injector to your
PC’s Ethernet network adapter.
Once you have finished configuring your access point, you can connect the
PoE Injector’s RJ45 Ethernet cable to your network device, such as to a switch
or hub.
Step 4:
Connect the power adapter supplied in the PoE kit to the main electrical
supply and the power plug into the socket of the injector.
Note:
The voltage and current supplied to the power adapter and the PoE kit power
adapter are different. Do not interchange the power adapters.
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Step 5:
Turn on your power supply. Notice that the Power LED has lighted up. This
indicates that the access point is receiving power through the Compex PoE
Injector. Notice also that the corresponding port LEDs have lighted up. This
indicates that connection between your access point and your PC has been
established.
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Optional: Mounting on the Wall
Step 1:
Screw the mount onto the unit.
Step 2:
Align the unit and mount to the wall.
Use the mount as a guide, make 2 marks and drill 2 holes into the wall.
Step 3:
Next, secure the unit and mount to the wall.
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Access to Web-based Interface
3: Access to Web-based Interface
There are two methods to access to the web-based interface of WP54:
1. Through the Compex Utility – uConfig
You can access to the web-based interface directly without having to
change the IP address of your PC.
2.
Through your web browser
First, you will need to assign an IP address to your PC, such as
192.168.168.xxx, where x can be any value from 2 to 254, so that it is in the
same subnet as WP54. Then, enter IP address of WP54 in the address bar of
Internet Explorer and press Enter.
Access to the Web interface with uConfig
Compex has developed a powerful uConfig utility that provides hassle-free
access to the web-based configuration page.
Insert the Product CD into your CD-ROM drive.
From the Utilities section, select to install the uConfig utility to your hard disk.
When the utility has been installed, double-click on the uConfig icon. The
following screen will appear, click on the Yes button to proceed.
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Access to Web-based Interface
Select WP54 in the Compex Products List section and click on Open Web
button. To retrieve and display the latest device(s) in the list, click on the
Refresh button.
This screen prompts you not to exit your uConfig program while accessing to
your web-based interface, or else you will fail to connect to your device. Click
on the OK button to proceed.
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Access to Web-based Interface
At the authentication page, click on the LOGIN! Button to enter the main
configuration page. The default password is “password”.
You will then reach the home page of WP54’s web-based interface.
Note:
Refer to User’s Manual for instructions on how to configure WP54 for wireless
access.
Access to the Web interface manually
If you wish to access to the web interface manually, you need to configure the
TCP/IP of your PC. Refer to User’s Manual in the Product CD.
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Panel Views and Descriptions
4: Panel Views and Descriptions
Front View of WP54
1
2
3
4
5
Name
1
Description
LED
(Power)
Steady Blue
The device is powered up.
Off
No power is supplied to the device.
2
LED
(Diagnostic)
Flashing Green
This indicates the flash during
power-up. The light will goes off
when the diagnostic activity is
passed.
3
LED
(WAN Link/Act)
Steady Green
WAN connection is enabled.
Flashing Green
Data transmission at WAN
connection.
Steady Green
Wireless interface up and running.
Ready for operation.
Flashing Green
Activity is detected in the wireless
network.
4
LED
(WLAN Link/Act
LED)
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Name
5
Description
LED
(Ethernet Port 1
& 2 LEDs)
Steady Green
Ethernet port link is established.
Flashing Green
Activity is detected in the network.
Off
No network connection.
Back View of WP54
6
10
7
8
9
Name
Description
6
External Antenna
SMA antenna
7
Ethernet Port 2
Connection for computer with NIC (Network
Interface Card) or Ethernet network card.
8
Ethernet Port 1
Connection for computer with NIC (Network
Interface Card) or Ethernet network card.
If using PoE, connect to this port – Ethernet
Port 1.
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Name
Description
9
DC Jack
Connect to power adapter (if used).
10
Reverse SMA connector
Connect to external SMA antenna.
Bottom View of WP54
11
Name
11
Reset Push button
Description
To reboot, press once.
To reset password, press and hold the button for 5
seconds. The DIAG LED will flash fast for about 5
flashes/sec before releasing the button.
To restore the factory default settings, press and hold
the button for more than 10 seconds. The DIAG LED
will flash slowly for about 10 flashes/sec before
releasing the button.
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5: Technical Specifications
Safety and
Electromagnetic
Conformance
FCC Part 15 SubPart B and SubPart C (for
wireless module)
EN 300 328-2
EMC CE EN 301 489 (EN300 826)
EN 55022 (CISPR 22)/EN 55024 Class B
EN 61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
CE EN 60950
Standards (WP54G)
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
Standards (WP54AG)
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11b
IEEE 802.11g
•
Performance
Network speeds dynamically shift between 1,2,
5.5, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54 Mbps
Indoor: 20 m (54 Mbps)
Outdoor: 80 m (54 Mbps)
Frequency Range
(WP54G)
IEEE 802.11b:
IEEE 802.11g:
2.4 ~ 2.4835 GHz
2.4 ~ 2.497 GHz
Frequency Range
(WP54AG)
IEEE 802.11b:
IEEE 802.11g:
IEEE 802.11a:
2.4 ~ 2.4835 GHz
2.4 ~ 2.497 GHz
5.180 ~ 5.825 GHz
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Wireless Operation
Modes (non multi-mSSID
firmware version)
•
•
•
Access Point
Access Point Client
Point to Point
Point to Multiple Point
Wireless Routing Client
Gateway
Wireless Adapter
•
Access Point Mode
Client Mode
Wireless Routing Client
Gateway Mode
Wireless Adapter Mode
Transparent Client Mode
Repeater Mode
Wireless Operation
Modes (multi-mSSID
firmware version)
Security
64 - bit / 128 - bit WEP
WPA-Enterprise, WPA-Personal, WPA2-Enterprise,
WPA2-Personal, WPA-Auto-Enterprise, WPAAuto-Personal
Tagged VLAN
IEEE 802.1x – TLS, TTLS, PEAP, EAP-SIM
Wireless MAC address filtering (in Access Point
mode)
Network Interface
2 10/100 Mbps auto-negotiating Ethernet ports
(RJ45)
Modulation Techniques
OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM), DSSS (BPSK,
QPSK, CCK)
Output Power (WP54G)
IEEE 802.11b:
IEEE 802.11g:
20 dBm
20 dBm
Output Power (WP54AG)
IEEE 802.11a:
IEEE 802.11b:
IEEE 802.11g:
18 dBm
20 dBm
20 dBm
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Operating Channels
11 Channels (US and Canada)
13 Channels (Europe)
14 Channels (Japan)
Advanced Wireless
Features
Virtual AP
Long Distance Parameters Setup
Adjustable transmit power control (in 1dB steps)
Smart Select
STP
HTTPS
Antenna
Detachable 2dBi antenna with SMA connector
Management
HTTP Web Management
SNMP
- SNMP (RFC1157)
- SNMP (RFC1213)
Telnet
SSH
Built-in DHCP Server
Yes
DHCP Reservation
By MAC address
Configuration Backup &
Restore
Firmware Upgrade
Yes
Power Requirements
Using Power Adapter:
Using PoE:
Cable Length
Requirement for PoE
Yes
Output 24VDC – 48VDC (localized to country of
sale)
802.11af PoE
100 meters (max)
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Environment
Requirements
Operating Temp:
Storage Temp:
Operating Humidity:
Physical Dimensions
-20ºC to +70ºC
-65ºC to +100ºC
5% to 95% RH
Humidity (RH – Relative Humidity):
145mm x 132mm x 41mm (H x W x D)
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Further Information References
For more details on the WP54 configuration, please refer to the User’s Manual in
the accompanying Product CD.
This document may become superseded, in which case you may find its latest
version at: http://www.compex.com.sg
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limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Compex, Inc. may make
improvements and/or changes to the product and/or specifications of the product described in this guide, without prior
notice. Compex, Inc will not be liable for any technical inaccuracies or typographical errors found in this guide.
Changes are periodically made to the information contained herein and will be incorporated into later versions of the
guide. The information contained is subject to change without prior notice.
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Manual Number: M-0524-V1.1C
Version 1.1, October 2006
FCC NOTICE: This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the computer and
Connect the computer into an outlet on a
receiver.
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV
connected.
technician for help.
Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Compliance Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Products that contain a radio transmitter are labeled with FCC ID and may also carry the FCC logo.
Caution: Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation.
To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the following antenna installation and device operating
configurations must be satisfied:
A.
For configurations using the integral antenna, the separation distance between the antenna(s) and any person’s
body (including hands, wrists, feet and ankles) must be at least 2.5cm (1 inch).
b.
For configurations using an approved external antenna, the separation distance between the antenna and any
person’s body (including hands, wrists, feet and ankles) must be at least 20cm (8 inch).
The transmitter shall not be collocated with other transmitters or antennas.
ICES 003 Statement
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY: Compex, Inc. declares that the product:
Product Name: Compex Wireless Access Point with PoE
Model No.: WP54 conforms to the following Product Standards:
This device complies with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) issued by the Commission of the
European Community. Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the following European Norms (in brackets
are the equivalent international standards.)
Electromagnetic Interference (Conduction and Radiation): EN 55022 (CISPR 22)
Electromagnetic Immunity: EN 55024 (IEC61000-4-2, 3,4,5,6,8,11)
Low Voltage Directive: EN 60 950: 1992+A1: 1993+A2: 1993+A3: 1995+A4: 1996+A11: 1997.
Therefore, this product is in conformity with the following regional standards: FCC Class B: following the provisions of FCC
Part 15 directive, CE Mark: following the provisions of the EC directive.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY: Compex, Inc. declares that:
The wireless card in this product complies with the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EC) issued by the Commission of the
European Community. Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the following:
EMC Standards: FCC: 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C (Section 15.247); CE: EN 300 328-2, EN 300 826
(EN 301 489-17)
Therefore, this product is in conformity with the following regional standards: FCC Class B: following the provisions of FCC
Part 15 directive, CE Mark: following the provisions of the EC directive.
Manufacturer’s Name: Compex, Inc.
Address: 840 Columbia Street, Suite B
Brea, CA 92821, USA
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WARRANTY REGISTRATION
CARD
[M-0088-V2.4C]
Register via the Internet at http://www.cpx.com
or http://www.compex.com.sg
To activate the warranty, please complete this card and return to Compex
within ninety 90 days from the date of purchase.
Please e-mail this warranty card to support@compex.com.sg.
Product:
Purchase Date:
Name:
Model:
Serial No:
E-mail:
Company:
Address:
Postal/Zip Code:
Country:
Phone:
Note:
For purchases within U.S.A and Canada, please fax to Compex, Inc. at
(714) 482 0332
For purchases outside U.S.A and Canada, please fax to Compex Systems Pte
Ltd at (65) 6280-9947
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Manual Number:
M-0524-V1.1C
Version 1.1
October 2006