Edimax AC600 Wireless Access Point
Edimax BR-6288ACL AC600 Wireless Fast Ethernet Router/ Access Point/ Range Extender
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
11ac The Latest High-Speed Wireless Networking
The Edimax BR-6288ACL router supports the latest IEEE 802.11ac wireless standard, meaning higher data rates in the 5GHz band. With 150Mbps speeds in the 2.4GHz band and 433Mbps speeds in 5GHz, the BR-6288ACL is ideal for HD video streaming and large file transfers. The router is also backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n to ensure compatibility with legacy Wi-Fi devices.
Concurrent Dual-Band Wi-Fi Connectivity
The Edimax BR-6288ACL router provides simultaneous 2.4GHz (802.11n) and 5GHz (802.11ac) wireless network connectivity for maximum flexibility of use.
Smartphone App & Smart iQ Setup
Features smartphone app setup or web-based setup for quick, automatic installation with no CD required, to get your product up and running without any difficult configurations or hassle. The smartphone app and web-UI also feature a new automatic firmware update function.
Auto Firmware Upgrade
Don’t worry about downloading new firmware files and keeping your router up to date. The BR-6288ACL supports auto firmware upgrade through the smartphone app and web-UI, so you can check the firmware status and upgrade to the latest version quickly and automatically – minimum fuss required.
Green Wi-Fi TX Power Switch
Featuring a new hardware slide switch to easily adjust between normal and green TX power (the strength of the Wi-Fi signal). In normal mode the device transmits with maximum TX power for wide coverage in large homes. But if you only need Wi-Fi in your room or inside a smaller house, you can switch to green mode to reduce TX power to less than 75% and reduce energy usage by up to 30%.
Edimax’s Revolutionary iQoS
iQoS is Edimax’s solution for a quicker, easier, and more effective way to manage Internet bandwidth. While Quality of Service (QoS) functionality is a common feature in routers across the market, typically only advanced users have the knowledge required to set up the complex parameters. Edimax though has redesigned QoS with user-friendliness and accessibility in mind. A simple and intuitive user interface allows users to arrange bandwidth priority settings in just a few clicks. With iQoS, you can enjoy gaming, video streaming, VoIP applications and BT clients at the same time without the usual nightmare of lag and interruptions. An original, efficient and effective means of managing your Internet bandwidth.
Multi-SSID & VLAN Support*
Multi-SSID enables users to configure up to ten separate SSIDs (2.4GHz x 5 and 5GHz x 5) in order to group and manage users according to your requirements. In addition, each SSID can be assigned a different VLAN ID, so users with multiple VLANs can manage the network access level of each SSID – ensuring security and protecting confidential or critical network resources.
*Access point mode only
Supports a guest network to provide connectivity while isolating guests from your primary network.
*Router mode only
Features • Next generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard
• 5-in-1 Router, Access Point, Range Extender, Wireless Bridge and WISP
• Backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n standards
• Concurrent dual-band wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz and 5GHz
• Smartphone App & Smart iQ Setup
• Auto Firmware Upgrade
• Green Wi-Fi TX Power Switch
• High gain internal antenna for better Wi-Fi performance
• Supports up to 8 Multi-SSID (2.4GHz x 4 and 5GHz x 4) & VLAN (AP mode only)
• Supports guest network (router mode only)
• Revolutionary iQoS for efficient and effective internet bandwidth management
• Powered by USB
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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