HPE Aruba 228

Rugged Aruba 228 wireless APs deliver gigabit Wi-Fi performance to 802.11ac mobile devices in harsh, weather-protected environments such as warehouses, industrial freezers or enclosures in extreme environments such as

Unique Benefits

Industrial design for harsh, weather-protected environments

  • Extends temperature range for indoor environments that lack heating and cooling

  • Sealed connector interfaces to lock out dust and moisture

  • Connectorized antenna ports support high gain large public venue antennas

  • Designed for enhanced physical security.

Delivers 1.9 Gbps aggregate throughput.

  • EtherChannel link aggregation on two Gigabit Ethernet ports provides 1.9 Gbps throughput.

Supports aggregate data rates up to 1.9 Gbps

  • 802.11ac transmit beam-forming to enhance signal, throughput and multi stream operation

  • Supports 1.3 Gbps rates in the 5 GHz band for 802.11ac clients

  • Supports up to 600 Mbps for TurboQAM-enabled mobile devices operating in the 2.4 GHz band

Best-in-class RF management

  • Integrated Adaptive Radio Management technology manages the 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz radio bands and ensures that APs stay clear of RF interference.

Spectrum analysis

  • Capable of part-time or dedicated air monitoring, the spectrum analyzer remotely scans the 2.4-GHz and

5-GHz radio bands to identify sources of RF interference.

Wireless mesh

  • Wireless mesh connections are convenient where Ethernet drops are not available.


  • Integrated wireless intrusion protection offers threat protection and mitigation and eliminates the need for separate RF sensors and security appliances.

  • With an OpenDNS service subscription, Aruba Instant APs delivers integrated web filtering, malware and botnet protection to every device connected to the WLAN.

  • Encrypted IPsec VPN tunnels securely connect remote users to corporate network resources.

  • Integrated Trusted Platform Module (TPM) for secure storage of credentials and keys.

  • SecureJack-capable for secure tunneling of wired Ethernet traffic