EnGenius 11n 2.4GHz Wireless Ethernet Bridge/Access Point (ENH202)
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Product Information and Specifications
This high-speed long-range Outdoor Wireless-N Client Bridge/Access Point operates on the 2.4GHz frequency band and features an internal directional antenna designed to send its signal at distances up to 2 miles.
When used in pairs, the ENH202 is ideal for creating a point-to-point Wi-Fi bridge between buildings to extend a company network to an additional building without incurring the expense of digging trenches to lay fiber cable over several hundred or a few thousand feet; or if trenching isn't even an option.
EXTEND YOUR COMPANY NETWORK TO ANOTHER BUILDING
Sometimes cost, the surrounding landscape or bodies of water make it difficult to extend a company network using cabling. That's why the ENH202 is ideal for creating a point-to-point Wi-Fi bridge between buildings to extend a company network to an additional building.
CONNECT REMOTE DEVICES OR OFFICES TO A COMPANY NETWORK
When the ENH202 is configured as a Client Bridge and pointed at another Outdoor Access Point, it can be connected to a switch so other computers and devices can connect to that remote Outdoor Access Point; or it can be connected to an IP Surveillance Camera for network or remote monitoring of building entrances, shipping docks, or parking lots.
DESIGNED FOR HARSH OUTDOOR CONDITIONS
The ENH202 features an IP55 waterproof housing to protect it against rain, sleet, and moisture. It also includes a cable accessory kit that prevents rain and dew from getting into the device from a cable connection.
FROM A FAMILY OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE OUTDOOR BRIDGES/APs
The ENH202 is in good company. It's part of EnGenius' line of cost-effective, high-powered, long-range Outdoor Wireless Client Bridges/APs suitable for a wide array of deployments for business, industry or education.
|Wireless Standards||IEEE 802.11n|
|WiFi Network Port Speed||Fast Ethernet|
|Data Rate||300 Mbps on 2.4Ghz|
|Power Options||PoE or Power Supply|
|Radio Chain / Spatial Streams||2x2:2|
|Transmit Beamforming||Not Applicable|