EnGenius ENS202EXT IEEE 802.11n 300 Mbit/s Wireless Access Point - ISM BandWireless Access Points/Bridges
2 x Antenna(s) - 2 x Network (RJ-45) - Wall Mountable, Mast-mountable, Pole-mountable - View Complete Details
Product Number: SYNX3479077
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EnGenius ENS202EXT IEEE 802.11n 300 Mbit/s Wireless Access Point - ISM Band - The EnGenius ENS202EXT is a high-powered, long-range 2.4 GHz Wireless N300 Outdoor Access Point delivering data rates up to 300Mbps and is ideal for providing connectivity to a small business network and its Internet connection for restaurant patrons, or for students and employees in educational or corporate campus venues.View Product Specs
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