What are the key differences between the Zyxel WAX650S, WAX630S, and WAX610D models?

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edited January 31 in AP & Port setting

The Zyxel WAX650S, WAX630S, and WAX610D are all advanced Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) access points, but they differ in a few key aspects:

  1. Radio:
    • WAX650S: This model has 3 radios, including one dedicated for monitoring.
    • WAX630S and WAX610D: Both have 2 radios.
  2. RF Specifications:
    • WAX650S: Features 4x4 MU-MIMO with four spatial streams and OFDMA technology.
    • WAX630S and WAX610D: They offer 4x4+2x2 MU-MIMO with 4+2 spatial streams and OFDMA.
  3. Transmit Power:
    • The transmit power on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands varies slightly across these models, impacting their range and signal strength.
  4. Power requirement:
  • WAX650S: Requires 802.3bt
  • WAX630S and WAX610D: Requires 802.3at

Reference Link:

WAX650S Information

WAX630S Information

WAX610D Informaiton