TP LINK AP200 ac WiFi Access Point with PoE Support
Upgrade your home or office network with the latest-generation of dual band 802.11ac access point, which offers combined speeds of up to 750Mbps and is perfectly suited to serve multiple devices at the same time. The 5GHz band is ideal for Ultra-HD streaming video and online gaming, while the 2.4GHz band is there for all of your everyday Internet needs, like sending email and browsing the Internet.
Superior Wi-Fi Coverage
Two external detachable antennas help strengthening and expanding your Wi-Fi signal, providing superior coverage to eliminate dead zones.
• AP Mode (Default Mode): Turn an existing wired connection into a wireless network, allowing you to connect all of your favourite wireless devices.
• Repeater/ Bridge Mode: Expands coverage and transmits an existing wireless signal into previously unreachable areas.
• Client Mode: Acts as a powerful wireless adaptor, allowing you to connect your wired device to a wireless network.
• Multi-SSID Mode: Simultaneously supports up to four separate SSIDs and VLANs, making it ideal for offices where different departments with different access policies share a Wi-Fi network.
Passive PoE Supported: More Flexible Deployment
The AP200 is able to be powered using an Ethernet cable up to 30 meters. Allow you to place the device more flexible and effortless.
Gigabit-Class Wired Performance
The Ethernet port can provide gigabit-class Internet access or an ultra-fast connection for wired device such as smart TV, game console, etc.
Easy Setup and Use
The AP200’s powerful web interface allows it to be set up and configured in a matter of minutes. The intuitive design makes installation faster and easier than ever and allows users to monitor and personalize settings for a wide range of functions. Features • Simultaneous 300Mbps on 2.4GHz and 433Mbps on 5GHz totals 750Mbps Wi-Fi speeds, ideal for 4K streaming and online gaming.
• Support Power over Ethernet up to 30 meters, making flexible deployment.
• Gigabit Ethernet port provides gigabit-class Internet access or an ultra-fast connection for wired device.
• 2 external detachable antennas provide superior Wi-Fi coverage to eliminate “dead zones”.
• Various operation modes, including AP, Repeater/Bridge, Client, and Multi-SSID, provide flexible solutions to meet the wireless needs in any situation.
• AC750 Wireless Gigabit Access Point, AP200.
• 2 Detachable Antennas.
• Power Adapter.
• PoE Power Injector.
• RJ-45 Ethernet Cable.
• Desktop Mounting Stand.
• Quick Installation Guide.
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Device Type||Network WiFi Access Point|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections||1|
|Total WAN Connections||0|
|Wireless Speed||733 (300+433) Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||CE: <20dBm(2.4GHz), <23dBm(5GHz), FCC: <30dBm|
|Antenna||2 Detachable Antennas|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Security & VPN|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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