WAD-110

WAD-110 server can wirelessly distribute the audio of up to 20 TV channels in mono or 10 TV channels in stereo. Please note that the number of TVs can be far more than the number of channels, as some TVs may show the same channels.

The number of customers who can login and enjoy the audio is unlimited. Using a single access point, such as Ruckus Zoneeflex 7372, the WAD-110 server can service approximately 500 customers. Then using multiple access points with a network switch or hub, the WAD-110 server can distribute the TV audio to the multiples of 500 customers, as many as needed without losing the service quality.

The WAD-110 server also comes with rackmount ears for easy installation.

Add to cart $2199

3 Year Extended Warranty $319

 


Required Accessories:

• Console tablet

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Console tablet is a mobile device, usually a smartphone or tablet, that is programmed to control the WAD servers. It provides the convenience of having to do without a wired keyboard, a mouse, and a display monitor.

Upon selecting your hardware, such as iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone, or Android tablet, you need only to download the Console app from Apple App store or the Google Play store accordingly. The Console apps are free and found under the name "WAD Console".
Apple App Store - WAD Console for iPhone and iPad
Google Play Store - WAD Console for Android Smartphone and Tablet

The User Manual for the Console Tablet can be downloaded here:
User Manual for Console Tablet

Youtube video on on how to use the Console Tablet can be found at
How to manage WAD using Console Tablet

You can also purchase a ready-made Console Tablet (Anroid 8" display tablet) which is pre-installed with the Console app:

Add to cart $249


• ADC-10 (Analog Digital Converter)

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ADC-10 is a real-time analog to digital audio signal converter for WAD-110 server. It has 10 sets of RCA left and right (LR) audio ports that connects to 20 TV channels in mono or 10 TV channels in stereo for inputs. The ADC-10 then sends out the converted digital audio via USB connections to the WAD-110 server.

The ADC-10 is rackmountable requiring 1U rack space.

Add to cart $290


• High Speed Wireless Router or Access Point

The WAD-110 server requires an wireless router or access point to distribute the digital audio to smartphones and tablets. The required speed of the router or access point is 802.11n.

The decision to use a router or an access point depends on whether to use the WAD-110 server with its internal DHCP server enabled or disabled. The default setting is enabled, and thus requiring an access point.

At times when the WAD-110 server must connect to an exiting network in a location, the existing network is likely to have its own router, thus its own DHCP server enabled. It is then necessary to disable the internal DHCP server of the WAD-120 server and you can do so following the instruction at
How to connect a WAD server to an existing network

The choice of a router or an access point matters significantly on the quality of the TV audio received by the customers. It determines how stable the transmission is as well as how easily the customers can connect. The three main features of a router or an access point that we recommend are

  • 802.11n
  • Dual bands (2.4Ghz and 5Ghz)
  • Gigabit LAN port

  • A larger bandwidth of a router or an access point is often advertised as a selling point in the market. It is also essential to the WAD-110 server as it roughly determines how many customers can login at any one time. Note however that the number of customers that can connect and listen to the TV audio can be increased by using a multiple of the routers or the access points. Connecting a number of the rounters or the access points using a network switch or a hub, the number of the customers listening can increase limitelessly, and without losing the quality of the TV audio.

    Here are some of the routers and access points that are currently used with the WAD-120 server.

    Ruckus Zoneflex 7372 Access Point

    Ruckus Zoneflex 7372 AP can connect to the WAD-110 server both as an access point or a router. It is one of the powerful commerical grade unit with high possible logins and extended coverage due to its patented BeamFlex technology. It also offers the seamless handoff feature when connected in multiples using a switch or a hub.

  • 802.11n
  • Dual Bands
  • Gigabit LAN Ports
  • Allows more than 500+ logins
  • Extended coverage with BeamFlex+ technology
  • Bandwidth 300 Mbps
  • Power Over Ethernet (POE)
  • Internal DHCP server with options to enable or disable
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    Ruckus Zoneflex 7372 $599


    Cisco Meraki MR-18 Access Point

    Cisco Meraki MU-18 is an access point with a huge bandwidth and the seamless handoff feature to accomodate a large number of customers. It can also be monitored and maintained via online Cloud which is essential for the long distance trouble shootings.

  • 802.11n
  • Dual Band
  • Gigabit LAN Ports
  • 600 Mbps
  • POE
  • Cloud Management System
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    Cisco Meraki MR-18 $599


    D-Link 2310 Access Point

    D-Link 2310 unit can connect to the WAD-120 server both as an access point or a router. It is one of the lowest priced commercial unit available on the market. D-Link 2310 is capable of carrying 60+ customers with a convenience of the POE connection, which enables installation of the unit at some hard-to-reach places without a power supply line. It also can be configured using a configuration file.

  • 802.11n
  • 2.4Ghz
  • Gigabit LAN Ports
  • 300 Mbps
  • POE
  • Internal DHCP server with options to enable or disable
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    D-Link 2310 Access Point $79

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