TP LINK EAP110 IP65 Outdoor WiFi Weatherproof Access Point
TP-LINK EAP110-Outdoor, 300Mbps Wireless N Outdoor Access Point, 300Mbps, b/g/n, 2x2 MIMO, IP65, Passive PoE Support
Weatherproof Enclosure with IP65 Certification
Rated as IP65 during Ingress Protection testing, a resilient weatherproof enclosure protects the access points against harsh outdoor condition.
• Casing made from durable ASA material.
• Specialized waterproof antennas.
• 6KV Lightning Protection and 15KV ESD Protection.
• No Ingress of Dust.
• Water Proof Enclosure.
Wi-Fi That Goes the Distance
With high transmission power and two high-gain omnidirectional antennas, EAP110-Outdoor provides stable wireless coverage at a range of up to 200 meters in outdoor settings.
Supports Passive PoE for Easy Outdoor Set up
Do away with DC power adapters and power cords with passive Power over Ethernet (PoE), making outdoor deployment simple and fast.
Flexible Installation Options
Secure access points to walls or poles with the mounting kits provided.
Efficient Network Administration in Centrally Managed and Standalone Modes
• Centralized Management: Manage hundreds of access points at once with the multi-function Auranet Controller software, ideal for small and medium-sized business networks.
• Standalone Mode: In smaller-scale networks, manage standalone access points with ease via our intuitive web interface. Features • Built for outdoor Wi-Fi applications.
• Up to 300Mbps Wi-Fi with 2x2 MIMO technology.
• Simple mounting design makes easy to install on any wall or pole.
• Passive PoE supported for convenient and affordable installation.
• Weatherproof enclosure, 15KV ESD and 6KV lightning protection.
• Free Controller Software for easy centralized management of hundreds of EAPs.
• Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for Wi-Fi guests.
• Rate limit on per SSID to restrict the bandwidth of each client.
• Load balance ensures large numbers of users have smooth network experiences in high density business networks.
• Access Control restricts or only allows the client to access the specified network segment.
• Reboot Schedule enables all the APs to reboot automatically at a specified time.
• WPA/WPA2-enterprise, 802.1X with RADIUS secure authentication and rogue access point detection ensure the security of WLAN.
• Multi-SSID divides multiple wireless network for different users.
• Multiple operating modes including managed AP and standalone AP satisfy different application conditions.
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Device Type||Network WiFi Access Point|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections||1|
|Total WAN Connections||0|
|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|Wireless Speed||300 Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Single Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||CE: <20dBm, FCC: <27dBm|
|Antenna||2x 5dBi External Omni waterproof|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal RAM Memory Type|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption|
|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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