AyrMesh Receiver

Original price was: $249.95.Current price is: $229.95.

The AyrMesh Receiver uses the signal from an AyrMesh Hub (REQUIRED) to connect non-WiFi devices to the network. It is also useful for bringing a network connection inside buildings, especially metal buildings.


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Bring your AyrMesh Network inside your metal buildings
The AyrMesh Receiver brings long-range WiFi signals from an AyrMesh Hub into seemingly impenetrable metal structures like pole barns, providing an easy way to get a network connection inside metal or other difficult-to-penetrate structures. The Receiver can also be attached to Ethernet-equipped devices such as cameras, gauges, and machinery controllers so they join the AyrMesh network as easily as any WiFi device.

This new version of the AyrMesh Receiver is easily mounted on a pole or a wall or other flat surface. It also features an extra Ethernet port on the Receiver itself, with Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) for devices like IP cameras.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 4 in
Assembled Size

10.25" high x 3.25" wide x 2.25" deep

Temperature limits

Working: -40℃ ~ 55 ℃
Storage: -50℃ ~ 75 ℃

Humidity limits

Working: 10% ~ 90% noncondensing
Storage: 5% ~ 90% noncondensing

Power Requirements

48 V DC PoE, <8 Watts (Power supply included)

Q: Does the Switch check in to
— Asked on October 18, 2016
A: No, it’s just a local device.
— http://Administrator
Q: What does the Solar and Battery Power System do?
— Asked on March 13, 2018
A: The Solar and Battery Power System can be used to power an individual AyrMesh device. It is made by Tycon Systems, and we use their model RPPL2424-18-30. The way it works is that it contains batteries, a small charge controller and PoE injector box, and a solar panel. The panel charges the batteries, and they provide power to the AyrMesh device via the PoE injector. In our tests, an individual device can run several days without sun on the solar panel. If you want to run several devices (e.g. an AyrMesh Bridge and an AyrMesh Hub), you may want to get a larger model from Tycon. Contact Ayrstone Support and we'll help you configure your system.
— http://Bill%20Moffitt


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