EnGenius Debuts Access Points for Multi-Story Offices

By Jessica Binns, Contributing Editor — May 23, 2012

EnGenius Technologies, Inc., a provider of long-range Wireless-N networking solutions for businesses, launched the ECB300 Business-Class Indoor Long-Range Wireless-N Access Point/Client Bridge and ECB150 Long-Range Wireless-N Indoor Access Point/Client Bridge.

The multi-function ECB300 and ECB150 deliver high-power output to provide more than twice the coverage of comparable solutions. Designed to expand coverage and improve network access in large, multi-story buildings and expansive, client-intensive facilities, the 2.4GHz Wireless-N solutions feature detachable/upgradable antennas and Power-over-Ethernet to optimize coverage and enable ease-of-deployment.

Key features of the ECB300 and ECB150:

High power and fast data speeds: transmit power up to 29dBm (ECB300) and 26dBm (ECB150), 802.11b/g/n speeds up to 300Mbps (ECB300) and 150Mbps (ECB150);
Multiple operating modes: access point, client bridge, WDS access point, WDS bridge, repeater, and AP router;
Security: WPA Personal, WPA Enterprise, WEP, 802.1x authenticator, WLAN MAC Address filtering, WLAN L2 isolation, Wireless STA connected list;
SSID-to-VLAN Mapping: supports 802.1q mapping of SSIDs and up to four VLANS;
Power-over-Ethernet: IEEE802.3af PoE-compliant;
Antennas: ECB300 features two external N-type connectors and comes with 5dBi SMA antennas; ECB150 features one external N-type connector with a 5dBi SMA antenna;
EnGenius Zone Controller software: enables configuration, management and monitoring of multiple APs from one central location.

The EnGenius ECB300 and ECB150 are backed by one-year warranties and are available in North America via authorized distributors and value-added resellers at MSRPs of $99.99 and $79.99 respectively.

For more information on EnGenius Technologies and its families of long-range wireless datacom and telecom products, visit www.engeniustech.com.

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