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TP-Link EAP115-Wall Plate WiFi 4 Access Point

Part Number: EAP115-WALL

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The TP-Link EAP115-Wall is a wireless N wall plate access point with excellent WiFi access. The EAP115-Wall would blend seamlessly into any business setting with a refined, minimalist appearance. A slimline design includes casing that’s just 11 mm in thickness. With 802.3af Power over Ethernet supported there’s no need for additional wiring. Simply plug in existing Ethernet cables and you’re ready to go.

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More Information - TP-Link EAP115 Wall Plate AP

The TP-LinkEAP115-Wall is perfect for hotels, guaranteeing each room a strong wireless signal and allows guests to enjoy their own private WiFi network. Manage and monitor hundreds of EAPs with ease, all from a single location.

TP-Link’s free Omada Controller Software provides an intuitive management interface with no special training required. WiFi management has never been so simple or cost-effective. A Captive portal provides a convenient method of authentication for WiFi guests. Choose from a range of authentication options and create a unique authentication page to advertise your business to users.

TP-Link EAP115 Wall Plate AP Key Highlights

  • Wireless Standards: IEEE 802.11n/g/b
  • 300Mbps wireless data rate for uninterrupted wireless connection
  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet (RJ-45) Port *2
  • Support Power over Ethernet (802.3af) for convenient and affordable installation
  • Power Supply: PoE(IEEE 802.3af)
  • Power Consumption: 2.8 W
  • Easy-mount construction allows installation into any standard EU-type data wall-box
  • Compact, low-profile design fits discreetly with any existing interior style
  • Free Omada Controller Software enables administrators to easily manage hundreds of EAPs
  • Enterprise class WiFi security helps to decrease network security threats
  • Captive portal provides one convenient method of authentication for WiFi guests
  • Supports management VLAN for an enhanced network management

What's in the Box?

  • TP-Link EAP115-WALL
  • Mounting Screw
  • Installation Guide

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