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54Mbps High Power Wireless Access Point

Description

TL-WA5110G

  • High Power design to boost your signal coverage and link speed
  • Passive Power over Ethernet for flexible deployment
  • Long distance wireless supported
  • WISP Mode supported

What This Product Does

The TL-WA5110G High Power Wireless Access Point is dedicated to Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) and long distance wireless network solutions. It integrates the functions of a Wireless Access Point, WISP Client, Firewall, and Router.

Long Distance Wireless Connectivity

The High Power Wireless Access Point features high output power and high RX sensitivity can significantly extend the transmission range to reduce dead spots and to deliver a more stable wireless connection. Also supports distance control from 0km to 52.6km, which breaks through distance limitations in normal 802.11g devices, enables ultra-long distance wireless transmission.

Multiple Operation Modes

The TL-WA5110G provides three operation modes for multiple users to access the Internet: AP client router, AP router and AP. In AP client router mode, it works as a WISP CPE. In AP router mode, it can access the Internet via an ADSL/Cable Modem. In AP mode it can work in various modes, such as Access Point/Client/WDS Bridge/Repeater.

Versatile Access Point

– Bundled antenna alignment tool, which enables the best transmission and reception signals for superior wireless performance.

– Bundled power injector also provides flexible installation options in hard-to-wire locations.

– Integrated two useful tools: Speed Test and Throughput Monitor, user can easily get the operation information of access point without setup professional test software.

– Supports Ping Watch Dog which enables the device to reboot itself if the device has any errors. This self-recover feature reduces the time spent manually configuring the device.

– Bundled Client Isolation function protects the security and privacy of each individual subscriber. Therefore, subscriber does not need to worry about hacker attacks in the same wireless network.