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Grandstream GWN7602 Wi-Fi 5 Access Point

Part Number: GWN7602

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The new Grandstream GWN7602 is a Wireless Access Point with Integrated Ethernet Switch. The GWN7602 is a compact 802.11ac Wi-Fi Access Point that is designed for small sized applications for businesses, homes, offices, hotels and more.

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More Information - Grandstream GWN7602 Wi-Fi 5 AP

The GWN7602 is the ideal Wi-Fi Access Point for voice-over-Wi-Fi deployments, offering a seamless connection with Grandstream's Wi-Fi-capable Voice and Video IP Phones. With support for advanced QoS, low latency real-time applications, mesh networks and captive portals, the GWN7602 is a wireless access point built for deployment scenarios with small to medium user density. Such deployment scenarios could include hotels, small retail spaces like restaurants and coffee shops, as well as clinical environments like dental offices.

It provides three 100Mb ports to provide IP Phones, IPTV, Computers and similar devices with ethernet whilst also providing an uplink Gigabit network port with PoE/PoE+ and PSE. The GWN7602 offers dual band 2x2:2 MIMO technology with a sophisticated internal antenna design for ideal network throughput that allows for up to 80 concurrent Wi-Fi clients to be supported over a 100m coverage range.

The GWN7602 is supported by Grandstream's GWN.Cloud, their free cloud Wi-Fi management platform. This embedded controller allows for unlimited, easy and efficient management of up to 50 local GWN series APs.

GWN7602 Key Highlights

  • Dual-band 2x2:2 Technology
  • Up to 100m Coverage Range
  • Up to 80 Wi-Fi Clients
  • 3 x 100Mb Ports
  • 1 x 10/100/1000M uplink Ethernet port with POE/POE+
  • Self power adaptation upon auto detection of PoE/PoE+ and PSE
  • Wi-Fi Standards: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
  • Frequency Bands: 2GHz: 2412 - 2484, 5GHz: 5180 - 5825
  • SSIDs: 4 SSID per radio
  • System Security: anti-hacking secure boot, critical data/control lockdown, unique security certificate, random default passwords
  • Advanced QoS to ensure real-time performance of low-latency applications
  • 1 x tri-colour LED Indicator for Device Tracking and Status

What's in the Box?

  • 1 x Grandstream GWN7602 Wireless Access Point
  • Quick Start Guide

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