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TP-Link AC1350 Wireless Access Point, Wi-Fi Dual Band with MU-MIMO, 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port Support 802.3af/at/24V Passive PoE, Support Multiple…

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TP-Link AC1350 Wireless Access Point, Wi-Fi Dual Band with MU-MIMO, 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port Support 802.3af/at/24V Passive PoE, Support Multiple…
TP-Link AC1350 Wireless Access Point, Wi-Fi Dual Band with MU-MIMO, 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port Support 802.3af/at/24V Passive PoE, Support Multiple…

Description

  • Fast Dual-Band Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO: Outfitted with the 802.11ac Wave 2 MU-MIMO technology, the EAP225 easily delivers dual-band Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1350 Mbps to multiple devices at the same time (450 Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps on 5 GHz)
  • PoE Support: EAP225 supports both 802.3af/at PoE and Passive PoE power supply, which can be either powered by a PoE switch or the provided PoE adapter, making deployment effortless and flexible
  • Centralized Management: Cloud access and Omada app for convenient and easy management
  • Secure Guest Network: Along with multiple authentication options (SMS/Facebook Wi-Fi/ Voucher, etc.) and abundant wireless security technologies. Support multiple SSIDs (up to 16 SSIDs, 8 for each band)
  • Advanced Wireless Tech: Optimize network performance with MU-MIMO, Band Steering, Airtime Fairness and Beamforming technologies
  • Seamless Roaming: Even video streams and voice calls are unaffected as users move between locations
  • Local Technical Support: Contact TP-Link UK by hotline or email to get free technical support; contact Information can be found at TP-Link’s website at Support Section

Additional information

Specification: TP-Link AC1350 Wireless Access Point, Wi-Fi Dual Band with MU-MIMO, 1 Gigabit Ethernet Port Support 802.3af/at/24V Passive PoE, Support Multiple…

General
Brand

‎TP-Link

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎18.1 x 20.5 x 3.7 cm, 460 Grams

Item model number

‎EAP225(UK)

Manufacturer

Wireless Type

‎802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11ac

Wattage

‎12.6 watts

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎460 g

Reviews (5)

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  1. shaeid

    This AP is excellent with dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz. It came with a power adapter unlike some who mention POE adapter. You can plug into a spare network socket with the power adapter that will power on the AP or into a socket that is POE ready (Requires a POE switch). On 5GHz I can get speeds of up to 800mbps. Also has the option to make additional SSIDs including a guest SSID. Overall manages device traffic really well. If you want to obtain faster network speeds and Internet speeds at home or business then this is a cheap yet effective solution for you.

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  2. Rob Goodall

    As other people have said, the item that was sent out is the updated version and looks more like the EAP320 with the larger surface and ‘ribbed’ styling. However this didn’t bother me and I’m happy to have the higher spec device.
    It’s relatively easy to set up, I am running Linux so I couldn’t take advantage of the controller software but I only have one device and the web interface is as others have described, really easy to use.
    Mine came with the PoE adaptor and no option for a power supply which was no problem. The range is reasonable, no better than the Netgear router which I was using as a wireless access point but so far it is leaps and bounds better, as I have not had to reset it or had any issues with failing to connect to the internet.
    I did a lot of research before buying this and I was a little concerned about the low price, but I’m so glad I got it as it worked straight out of the box and has not missed a beat since installation. All in all a great bit of kit at a great…

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  3. Gimblett

    Our house is quite long with internal stone walls which has meant problems in getting wifi to every room. Despite having ethernet cabling and sockets run to various rooms in the house when we had it rewired, I had continued to use powerline adaptors which increasingly suffered from dropouts. I purchased one of these access points along with a Netgear POE switch and two weeks later the difference is huge. The setup couldn’t be more straightforward: ethernet cable from BT Hub4 to Netgear POE switch, ethernet cable from switch to wall socket and then ethernet cable from distant socket to the access point. Connect Netgear switch to mains and then download the TP-Link app onto iPad. Connect the iPad to the access point in iPad settings (as if connecting to a new wifi network) using SSID and password printed on the access point and the TP-Link app then finds the access point allowing the user to set first of all a user name and password and then the SSID and wireless key of the BT Hub. I…

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  4. stiggy

    I seldom write reviews but this product is transformational!
    Fact, the WIFI router supplied by your ISP is engineered down to a cost and therefore the WIFI performance is compromised and by nature designed for an average sized house and gives at best average performance.
    Fact, using WIFI extenders, or even costly MESH devices to cover dead spots is a compromised solution as these also use WIFI to connect back to the router. Powerline adapters are an option but in my experience prone to mains noise and interference.
    Therefore the best solution is to use a WIFI access point installed where coverage is poor and hardwire this back to the ISP router; this TPLink AP is a very cost effective option and simple to install with basic DIY and network knowledge (or using Google to get the information required).
    For those with the Virgin “super” hub which has particularly poor WIFI coverage adding these AP’s will absolutely transform your WIFI experience and coverage, after installing two of these…

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  5. Mr. P

    My house has concrete block walls and over the years I have been re-using older wi-fi routers to use in different rooms in my house. I was getting fed up of all these wi-fi routers (many with flashing lights!) so I decided to try the TP-link EAP 225. My house is a bungalow so I mounted it high in my attic. It now gives reliable wi-fi with better coverage overall. I was able to remove 3 wi-fi routers in lieu of this one. It is not as simple to set-up as your average wi-fi router and I was able (with some googling) to also create a guest network. It is more suited for office usage but for a family house with a larger floor area the EAP225 is not expensive and for me is doing a better job than what I had before. It even gives a reasonable wi-fi signal outside as roof tiles block the signal less than the walls do.

    Just be aware that setting up this device may be daunting if you don’t have a good grasp of wi-fi set-up. I am not an IT person but I am fairly computer savvy.

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