Model Standards Frequency Max Data Rates Detachable Antennas Power-over-Ethernet

Dual-Band AC1750 Indoor AP/Bridge

802.11ac 2.4 & 5 GHz 450 & 1,300 Mbps 6 x 5 dBi Omni RP-SMA Female 802.3at

Increase User Capacity & Maximize Network Bandwidth

Enlarge your network’s support for dense user environments such as campus libraries and busy multi-floor offices with dual-band 11ac speeds. Improve bandwidth for newer 11ac smartphones, tablets, and laptops while maintaining simultaneous connectivity and peak performance for older wireless devices.

Flexible Power Options

Connect and power the AP/Bridges through their Gigabit PoE port via an Ethernet cable from an 802.3at/af PoE-capable switch or a PoE adapter up to 328 feet from the power source. Deploy in locations where power outlets are limited or unavailable, such as ceilings, hallways, rafters and attics.

Reliable Connectivity & Network Protection

Ensure seamless, reliable connectivity for users as they move about the network with standards-based roaming, and efficiently steer dual-band clients to the less congested 5 GHz band. Quickly detect and avoid network threats through a suite of advanced security features including guest networks.

Five Operation Modes Provide Versatile Configuration Options

Access Point, Client Bridge, and WDS AP, Station and Bridge mode configuration options broaden the devices’ adaptability to your network needs. With five operation modes, these flexible devices offer versatility in deployment and functionality.

Secure Guest Network Features Improve the Customer Experience

Establish guest networks to limit Internet resources for visitors while securing the network from sophisticated Trojans and malware that can use guests’ mobile devices to attack the network. Prevent guest users from accessing network files or devices and segment user groups for increased security and bandwidth control.

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