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TP-Link EAP235-Wall Plate WiFi 5 PoE Access Point

Part Number: EAP235-WALL

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The TP-Link EAP235-Wall is a wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit wall plate access point which enables multiple users to access the Internet simultaneously, which largely boosts up your network speed of up to 1,200 Mbps.

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More Information - TP-Link EAP235 Wall WiFi 5 AP

Capable of transmitting in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless band, the EAP235-Wall provides greater compatibility to connect varieties of devices. With 802.3af/802.3at Power over Ethernet supported there’s no need to install additional wiring in the building. Simply plug in existing Ethernet cables and you’re ready to go.

TP-Link EAP235 Wall WiFi 5 PoE AP Key Highlights

  • Fast Dual-Band Wi-Fi: Simultaneous 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps on 5 GHz totals 1,167 Mbps Wi-Fi speeds with MU-MIMO
  • 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports (1× uplink + 3× downlink); 1 x downlink port supporting PoE pass-through
  • Integrated into Omada SDN: Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP), Centralised Cloud Management, and Intelligent Monitoring
  • Centralised Management: Cloud access and Omada app for ultra convenience and easy management
  • Ultra slim and elegant, conspicuous design blends into hotel rooms, hospitals, offices, dormitories and any other environments
  • Easy Installation and PoE Support: Easy-mount construction, compatible with 86 mm & EU & US standard junction box, and 802.3af/at PoE support
  • Secure Guest Network: Along with multiple authentication options (SMS/Facebook Wi-Fi/ Voucher, etc.) and abundant wireless security technologies
  • Advanced Wireless Tech: Optimise network performance with MU-MIMO, Band Steering, and Beamforming technologies

What's in the Box?

  • Tp-Link EAP235-WALL
  • 1 x Mounting Screw
  • Installation Guide

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