Edimax CAP1200 Ceiling Access Point with POE
Edimax CAP1200 Power Over Ethernet Access Point Ceiling Mount Detector Style with AC1200 Dual-Band Wireless
For businesses that demand security, flexibility and speed - the Edimax Pro series has a wide range of potential applications from office environments to schools, campuses, hotels and hospitals. High-density capacity for up to 100 simultaneous users is ideal for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workplaces or other environments with a high volume of users and wireless devices. Multiple SSIDs can be configured for different departments or user groups and a built-in RADIUS server provides additional verification with a scalable AP array architecture for central management of multiple access points. Fast roaming for seamless transitions between access points, Power over Ethernet support (PoE) and an intuitive web-based management interface provides flexibility for deployment and extensive management options for company MIS departments and network administrators.
When performance and security are critical for your business, you need products that are engineered for your industry. The Edimax Pro series is designed to help your business and provide the connectivity that you rely on every day, with safety and effectiveness guaranteed.
Features • 802.11AC Dual-Band High Speed: IEEE 802.11ac concurrent dual-band with 1200Mbps wireless speed.
• Easy Installation: Ceiling-mount & T-rail mount design with easy installation kit.
• Compact & Durable Housing: Ultra slim design with UL94-5VB flame-retardant plastic housing.
• Designed for High Density Usage: Supports up to a hundred users simultaneously, ideal for crowded environments and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) workplaces.
• Multiple SSIDs for Security Management: Supports up to 32 SSIDs (16 x 2.4GHz & 16 x 5GHz) ideal for multiple departments, user groups, customers or guests.
• Fast Roaming: Roams smoothly between APs without lag or interruption, ensuring top performance for video and voice streaming applications.
• Wide Coverage & High Sensitivity: Adjustable RF output power and high receiver sensitivity for wide coverage across large spaces.
• Seamless Mobility: 1.5x greater coverage than typical APs for blanket coverage to ensure seamless connectivity for Wi-Fi devices across enterprise environments.
• Power over Ethernet: Supports IEEE 802.3af PoE as well as included power adapter.
• Built-In RADIUS Server: With management for up to 256 user accounts.
• Business Environments: Mainstream choice for SMBs. Suitable for a wide range of commercial applications such as offices, hotels, meeting rooms, schools, campuses, resorts, retail and others.
• Central Management: Edimax Pro Network Management Suite (NMS) , easy and Intuitive web-based central management suite, supports AP array architecture.
|Number of WAN Connections|
|Number of LAN Connections|
|Wireless Speed||300+867 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
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