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Ceiling APs

Model
Standards
Frequency
Max. Data Rates
Antenna
Model
EAP2200
Standards

802.11ac Wave 2

Frequency

2.4, 5 + 5 GHz

Max. Data Rates

400, 867 + 867 Mbps

Antenna

6 x 5 dBi Omni (Integrated)

Standards

802.11ac Wave 2

Frequency

2.4 & 5 GHz

Max. Data Rates

400 & 867 Mbps

Antenna

4 x 5 dBi Omni
(Detachable SMA-Type)

Model
EAP1300
Standards

802.11ac Wave 2

Frequency

2.4 & 5 GHz

Max. Data Rates

400 & 867 Mbps

Antenna

4 x 5 dBi Omni
(Integrated)

Model
EAP350
Standards

802.11n

Frequency

2.4 GHz

Max. Data Rates

300 Mbps

Antenna

2 x 5 dBi (Omni Embedded)

Increase Device Capacity & Network Bandwidth

Broaden your network support for more users and devices in environments such as mid-size to large homes, busy multi-floor offices and other spacious
interiors with dual-band 11ac speeds. Improve bandwidth for newer 11ac mobile devices and maintain peak performance for older wireless devices.

Low Profile Ceiling Design & Flexible Power Options

Power EAP access points via Power-over-Ethernet for discrete ceiling placements where outlets are scarce. Use an 802.3af/at-rated
switch or a compliant PoE injector for flexibility in deploying APs up to 328 feet from its power source.

Reliable Connectivity & Network Protection

Ensure seamless, reliable connectivity for users as they move about the network with standards-based roaming, and efficiently steer dual-band clients to the
less congested 5 GHz band. Quickly detect and avoid network threats through a suite of advanced security features including Guest Networks.

Three Operation Modes Provide Versatile Configuration Options

Access Point, WDS AP, and Bridge mode configuration options broaden the devices’ adaptability to your network needs.
With three operation modes, these flexible devices offer versatility in deployment and functionality.

Secure Guest Network Features Improve the Customer Experience

Establish guest networks to limit Internet resources for visitors while securing the network from sophisticated Trojans and malware that can use guests’ 
mobile devices to attack the network. Prevent guest users from accessing network files or devices and segment user groups for increased security and bandwidth control.