SmartZone AP WiFi radiation

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Hello Experts,

We have T300, R510, R610, R710 and H510 at workplaces. All of them on smartzone.

Concerns from customers about EMF spreads sorrounding those APs. I couldnt found any fact in datasheet for those APs. Can someone let me know what the range that spread from each AP? Or how can I know/test the EMF sorrounding the APs?

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Posted 11 months ago

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Darrel Rhodes, Employee

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Hi Wial,

You are aware that Wi-Fi is non-ionising electro-magnetic radiation? Without it we wouldn't have any wireless communications from Cell-phones, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, TV, Radio, GPS to Satellite, RC toys, garage door openers, TV remotes, etc. etc.

All electronic devices need to pass certification testing for Electromagnetic Interference standards, to ensure they don't emit 'noise' that will affect the operation of other electronic devices or at dangerous levels.  These certifications are usually detailed on the device data sheet.  For example on the Ruckus R510:
  • EN 60950-1 Safety

  • EN 60601-1-2 Medical

  • EN 61000-4-2/3/5 Immunity

  • EN 50121-1 Railway EMC

  • EN 50121-4 Railway Immunity

  • IEC 61373 Railway Shock & Vibration

  • UL 2043 Plenum

  • EN 62311 Human Safety/RF Exposure

  • WEEE & RoHS

  • ISTA 2A Transportation

I hope that helps,