We own a Cisco AIR-AP1242AG-E-K9 access point and we are attempting to install it for a wi-fi network in our company with it.
The device have previously been used in a wide space of our warehouse.
We would be sure that Wi-Fi radiations are not dangerous for people in a short distance.
Thanks in advance for any suggestion.
Cheers, Giorgio Jervolino.
That AP is classified to be safe indoors and outdoors, so you should be fine.
Every wireless device even your phone, transmits radiation and all devices have a SAR(Specific Absorption Rate) rating.
To make the long story short, that's an indoor AP and you should be fine.
PS: Maybe ask your heads to upgrade your AP? hahah. That's quiet an old model.
Software upgrade, nope, you are not entitled anymore. that device is already End-of-Life
Just buy a new one! haha
Everyone should be fine.
The maximum transmit power of that access point is 100mW.
That is also a very old model of access point so you may want to upgrade. It does not support 802.11n or 802.11ac
Here's an article on the dangers of Wifi: https://www.howtogeek.com/234817/dont-worry-wi-fi-isnt-dangerous/