TP-Link AC1750 Wireless Wi-Fi Access Point – Dual Band, 802.11AC, Ceiling Mount, 3×3 MIMO Technology (EAP245)

February 20, 2017 - Comment

The EAP225 provides speeds of up to 867Mbps and 300Mbps on the 5GHz and 2.4GHz respectively. Product Features 802.11ac 3×3 MIMO Wi-Fi AP,6 Internal Omni Antennas, 4 dB each, max. Power Consumption: 12.7W Free TP-Link Auranet Controller software is able to manage and monitor hundreds of EAPs with ease, all from a single location 1

The EAP225 provides speeds of up to 867Mbps and 300Mbps on the 5GHz and 2.4GHz respectively.

Product Features

  • 802.11ac 3×3 MIMO Wi-Fi AP,6 Internal Omni Antennas, 4 dB each, max. Power Consumption: 12.7W
  • Free TP-Link Auranet Controller software is able to manage and monitor hundreds of EAPs with ease, all from a single location
  • 1 Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45) Port(support IEEE802.3at Poe), Can be powered by any of the following: POE+ Switch (802.3at-compliant, 36-57V 0.4A) or external 12VDC/1.5A power supply
  • Band Steering Automatically moves dual band devices onto the wider 5GHz band for faster connections
  • Efficient Guest Authentication: Captive portal provides a convenient method for guest authentication

Comments

Salom says:

“EAP330 is not perfect even when it is working” If you have a need to provide a Wi-Fi access point in your business, The TP-Link AC1200 provides the ability to have 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz running at the same time. You also get free downloads from the TP-Link site to set the system up. Once you do that, then you have one of the downloads for Auranet Controller software that allows an admin to manage hundreds of users and the admin can limit the users. If a user has a dual band device, they are automatically steered to the 5Ghz band. The software…

Anonymous says:

I got 3 of these and after 3 month of usage my opinion about this device is: “EAP330 is not perfect even when it is working”.ProsEAP controller has real cool features that most regular routers don’t have. Centralized management, scheduling, statistics, etc are very convinient.Cons1. All APs are getting disconnected from EAP Controller every like 48 hours, sometimes all at the same time. Connectivity is restored automatically, usually in about 2-3…

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