TPLINK CAP 300 WiFi N Ceiling Mount PoE Access Point
TP-LINK CAP300 Wireless N Ceiling Access Point, 300Mbps, Single Band 2.4GHz, 802.11b/g/n, 10/100 LAN with PoE Support
• Support Power over Ethernet (802.af) for convenient and affordable installation.
• Simple mounting design for easy attachment to a wall or ceiling.
• Captive portal provides on convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests.
• Enterprise class Wi-Fi security help to decrease network security threats.
• Multi-SSID divides multiple wireless networks for different user types.
• FAT/FIT mode switchable providing a range of network possibilities.
• 300Mbps wireless data rate for uninterrupted wireless connection.
• Rate limit per SSID to restrict the bandwidth of each client.
• Access Control restricts sets limitations for client access to the specified network segment.
• Reboot Schedule enables all APs to automatically reboot within a specified time.
• WPA/WPA2-enterprise, 802.1X with RADIUS secure authentication and rogue access point detection ensure the security of WLAN network.
• Multi-SSID divides multiple wireless network for different user types.
• Load balance ensures large business networks with smooth a network experience.
• Compatible with 802.11 b/g/n products.
• Durable housing prevents dust from dropping onto the PCB through bypass louver to provide long-term, unhindered operation.
|Type||Network WiFi Access Point|
|Number of WAN Connections||0|
|Number of LAN Connections||1|
|Wireless Speed||300 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Single Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||CE: <20dBm, FCC: <26dBm|
|Antenna||Internal 2x 3dBi Omni|
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
- 0845 147 0017
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