Ruijie Reyee RG-RAP2260 Series are high-performance Wi-Fi 6 AP for indoor large-area Wi-Fi coverage scenarios. The devices support 802.3at PoE and 12V DC local power supply. The dual Ethernet ports design facilitates the expansion of third-party devices to meet the needs of more networking scenarios. Compliant with 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax Wi-Fi protocol, they all offer built-in omnidirectional antennas.
RG-RAP2260(G) supports MU-MIMO dual-stream technology, and it can operate concurrently at 2.4GHz and 5GHz, providing high-speed wireless access of 574Mbps at 2.4GHz, 1201Mbps at 5GHz and up to 1775Mbps per AP.
RG-RAP2260(E) also supports dual-band operate concurrently and MU-MIMO, but it supplies more advanced technology about quad-stream. So it can provide higher speed wireless access of 800Mbps at 2.4GHz, 2402Mbps at 5GHz and up to 3202Mbps per AP. One of the ethernet ports is upgraded to multi-gigabit Ethernet (2.5GE) port to break through the bottleneck of transmission performance.
The coverage of RAP2260(G) is over 20 meters and the coverage of RAP2260(E) is over 25 meters, make them ideal choices for many wireless scenarios, especially in offices, commercial industry, hotels, service scenarios, etc.
3 year product warranty
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Wireless access points (WAPs), or access points generally (APs), enable other Wi-Fi devices to connect to wired networks. APs can be standalone devices with wired connectivity to routers, or, as part of a wireless router, they can be integrated into the router itself. Wireless access points connect directly to a wired local area network, typically Ethernet, and deliver wireless connections over that wired network, typically Wi-Fi, to other devices. One wired connection can connect multiple wireless devices to an AP. A number of wireless data standards have been introduced for wireless routers and wireless access points.
As the demand for wireless connections becomes more prevalent, new wireless standards are being established. Backward compatibility is often provided by wireless routers with older Wi-Fi standards because many devices were developed for use with older standards. Standards include 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, and 802.11ax, also known as Wi-Fi 6.
We supply and install industrial grade Wireless Access Points at highly affordable price. Brands include Ubiquiti (Unifi), Ruijie and Rayee.