DELIVER HI-SPEED, DEPENDABLE WI-FI ACCESS FOR MULTIPLE DEVICES IN THE GUEST ROOM OVER YOUR EXISTING IN-ROOM PHONE LINES
Hotels are facing a major challenge: guests expect superior in-room Internet performance on all their mobile devices. Without it, 40 percent of guests — nearly half — say it will impact their decision to return.1 To further complicate the challenge, more than half of today’s business guests travel with three or four devices2 — including smartphones, tablets and laptops — putting tremendous pressure on your existing wireless LAN. In addition, traditional wireless LAN architecture typically creates areas where there is little or no wireless coverage for tablets and smartphones, forcing some guests to go to the lobby to log on to obtain adequate speeds. As a result, your existing WLAN can’t deliver the in-room performance your guests demand, threatening guest loyalty and revenue. While upgrading to a higher density wireless LAN that supports the needs of these various devices might solve the problem, it has been cost-prohibitive — until now.
With the T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system from Zebra, you can cost-effectively deliver high-speed wallto-wall Wi-Fi coverage inside every guest room in your hotel and expand your wireless network bandwidth to accommodate more devices — without having to install new or rip-and-replace existing wiring. Its unique in-room architecture combines with the ability to utilize existing telephone wiring to bring a new level of affordability to highperformance, high-speed in-room Wi-Fi services that will improve the guest experience — and guest retention.
All three elements of the solution integrate with your existing technology and can be installed quickly and easily — no new wiring is required in your main communications room or your guest rooms. In your equipment room, simply connect the TS-524 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 Switch between your existing guest room telephone connections and your PBX to deliver high speed Internet and IP data services. Replace the phone jack wall plate in one room with a TW-511 Wall Plate Access Point to deliver 802.11a/b/g/n wireless connectivity in that room as well as additional surrounding rooms. The TW-511 also provides an RJ11 port to reconnect the in-room deskphone as well as an Ethernet port for a wired connection to an Ethernetenabled device, such as a digital television. Last, replace the phone jack wall plate in the surrounding rooms with the lower cost TW-510 to provide each room with its own RJ11 and Ethernet port.
The T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system puts the technology where it will deliver the best possible service — in your guest rooms. With traditional access point-based wireless networks, wireless Internet access in guest rooms is typically served by access points that are installed on either end of the hallway, where distance as well as construction materials — such as heating and air-conditioning ducts — can impact wireless coverage and performance in some of your guest rooms. The T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system eliminates these issues with its unique architecture that delivers in-room coverage at its best. Coverage strength inside each guest room is dependable, with no more “dead zones” or fluctuating performance levels that drive guests into other parts of the hotel in search of acceptable Internet connections.
The T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system is the most costefficient way to deliver high-speed wireless Internet in your guest rooms. There is no need to upgrade your copper wire to CAT5 wiring to provide today’s guestrooms with the fast 802.11n speeds of tomorrow. Since the infrastructure in the rooms is installed by simply replacing the phone plate, the upgrade in the rooms can be completed in minutes with a screwdriver — eliminating complex and costly installations of access points in ceilings on guest room floors. With our unique Wi-Fi over VDSL2 technology, neither the TW-511 Wall Plate nor TW-510 Wall Switch will require a power supply if they are installed within 1,500 and 2,000 feet respectively of the TW-524 switch. The result? Your new T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system can be up and running in days, instead of weeks or months, and equipment is easily accessible for repairs.
The T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 infrastructure integrates with your property-wide Zebra WiNG 5-based wireless LAN. Just like the traditional access points installed in your lobby, restaurants and other central public areas throughout your property, T5 system infrastructure can also be adopted and centrally managed by your RFS 6000 and RFS 7000 controllers, further simplifying initial deployment as well as everyday monitoring and management. You can automatically discover and provision equipment, as well as monitor equipment statistics and status to uncover and address problems before they impact service quality. The snap-on TW-511 Wall Plate is tamper proof — there is nothing for guests or housekeeping to accidentally unplug. And the highly scalable solution can meet the needs of any size property — from a small single building property to a large campus style resort with multiple buildings.
Your guests will count on your T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system around the clock. That’s why our optional service offerings include Advance Exchange for advance replacement of devices that require repair; On Site System Support for fast next-day on site service; and WLAN Software Support to keep your software up to date, helping to minimize software-related issues.
The T5 Wi-Fi over VDSL2 system allows you to easily and cost-effectively deliver 802.11n high-speed, high-availability wireless network service in your guest rooms over your existing telephone wiring. Simply install the TS-524 Wi-Fi Over VDSL2 switch between your PBX and the telephone connections in your guest rooms. A single TW-511 Wall Plate replaces the wired phone wall plate in one guest room to provide robust wireless coverage in the room in which it is installed, as well as additional adjacent rooms. The TW-511 has a jack for the wired in-room phone as well as two switched Ethernet 10/100 ports. A lower cost TW-510 Wall Switch provides a jack for the wired in-room phone as well as two switched Ethernet 10/100 ports. Both the TW-510 and TW-511 require only a screwdriver to install, allowing you to upgrade your wireless Wi-Fi network in record time. The result? The high-speed dependable in-room Wi-Fi services your guests expect on all their devices — all at a minimal cost.
|Ethernet LAN:||2 x 10/100/1000Mb8-wire RJ45 connector. IEEE 802.310/100/1000BTX24 x single pair UTP, Female RJ21 connector|
|UTP Interface:||DMT VDSL2, per line rate adaptationIntegrated analog POTS splitter|
|Status LEDs:||System PowerUTP ports: multicolor status LEDsEthernet status: integrated green and amberfor link status and link speed|
|QoS:||Classification: Dynamic IP TOS/802.1P COS,Port basedBuffer Management: WRE DTransmission Queues: Four queues withadministrator defined WFQ,Rate Shaping,Strict Priority|
|VLANs:||802.1 Q tagged VLANs or port isolation,VI D 1-4094|
|Management:||Access: Serial console, telnet, SSH, HTTP, HTTPS,SNMPv2c, v3 standard and enterprise MI BSecurity: 20 IP ACL List, Management definedVI D, Two-level password protectedaccess, RADIUS authenticatedadministrator loginOther: external syslog function with local log file,SNTP, Two system image banks, 32MB file system|
|Wireless Interface:||Single radio; 802.11a/b/g/n; 2.4Ghz or 5.2Ghz|
|LAN Ethernet port:||2 x IEEE 802.3 10/100Mb auto-sensing via8-pin header|
|Uplink UTP:||1 x RJ11 UTP, VDSL2|
|Pass through:||Filtered RJ11 port|
|Medium:||DSSS, OFDM, MIM O|
|Standards:||802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n draft 2.0802.11i, 802.11-2007|
|Data Rates:||802.11b: 1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps802.11g: 6,9,12,18,24,36,48, 54Mbps802.11a: 6,9,12,18,24,36,48, 54Mbps802.11n: MCS 0-15 up to 300Mbps|
|OperatingFrequencies:||2.4GHz: 2400 -2483.5MHz5.2GHz: 5150 - 5250MHz; 5725 - 5850MHzActual operating frequencies depend onnational regulatory limits|
|Transmit Powersettings:||1dBm to 18dBm, in 1dB increments;Actual Tx power dependant on nationalregulatory limits|
|AntennaConfiguration:||Two internal omni-directional, 1x2 or2x2 MIM O operation3dBi peak in 2.4 Ghz; 4dBi peak gain in 5.2 Ghz|
|VLANs:||802.1 Q tagged VLANs, access or trunk|
|1 Hotel Wi-Fi: Balancing Budget and Bandwidth”, Hotel Business Review; http://hotelexecutive.com/business_review/3046/hotel-wi-fi-balancing-budget-bandwidth2 Business Travelers Mobile Trends, Lodging Magazine; http://www.lodgingmagazine.com/PastIssues/PastIssues/Business-Travelers-Mobile-Trends-2579.aspx|
|Management:||Access: via TS-524 Switch for normal operation,HTTP access for site survey standalone operation|
|Power:||TS-524: 100 – 240V AC, 50/60Hz; 375W max,250W typicalTW-511: Line powered or DC power: 12VDC, 6WTW-510: Line powered or DC power: 12VDC, 4W|
|Physical:||TS-524: 17.25 in. x16.25 in. x1.75 in.(43.8 cm x 41.3 cm x 4.4 cm)11.5 lbs (5.2 Kg)TW-5xx: 4.9 in. x3.6 in. x 1.2 in.(124mm x 92mm x 32mm)12oz (0.34 Kg)|
|Environment:||0 - 40 degrees Celsius ambient temperature,5% to 90% NC|
|Mounting:||TS-524: EI A-19 rack mount ears provided.90° or 180° rotation mounting optionsTW-5xx: Wall mount bracket and RJ11 cable|
|TS-524Compliance:||EN60950-1:2006+A11; UL60950-1:2007;CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 60950-1-07;IE C60950-1:2001:2005;AS/NZS60950-1:2003+A1+A2+A3;FCC Part15B; ICES-003 issue 4:Class A;EN 55022:2006:Class A;AS/NZS CISPR22:2006:Class AEN 55024:1998+A1:2001+A2:2003:Class ARoHS 2002/EC/95|
|TW-5xxCompliance:||FCC 15.247, 15.407 / EN300 328, EN 301 893UL EU EN 60950-1 2nd Ed., ANZ C-TickFCC Part 15 Subpart A, EN 55022: 2006 +A1: 2007, ICES – 003 (Class A)EN 55024: 1998 + A1: 2001 + A2: 2003EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/ECCE, IC, FCC|
|LINE POWER MAXIMUM RANGE|
|500 ft (150m)||TW-510 or TW-511|
|1000 ft (300m)||TW-510 or TW-511|
|1500 ft (450m)||TW-510 or TW-511|
|2000 ft (600m)||TW-510|
|> 2000 ft (600m)||None (use local power supply)|
|LINE RATE PERFORMANCE|
|500 ft (150m)||105Mbps down /50Mbps up|
|1000 ft (300m)||105Mbps down /50Mbps up|
|1500 ft (450m)||105Mbps down /50Mbps up|
|2000 ft (600m)||103Mbps down /40Mbps up|
|3000 ft (900m)||60Mbps down /18Mbps up|
|4000 ft (1200m)||45Mbps down /5Mbps up|