Reyee Wall-mounted Access Point" is a networking device designed to provide wireless internet access in a specific area or room by mounting it on a wall. "Wi-Fi 5" refers to the 802.11ac standard, which is the fifth generation of Wi-Fi technology. It offers improved speed and performance compared to earlier Wi-Fi standards.
The "1267Mbps" represents the maximum theoretical data transfer rate or throughput that this access point can support under optimal conditions. It's important to note that real-world speeds may be lower due to interference, distance, and other factors.
"5*GE" stands for "5 Gigabit Ethernet" ports, indicating that this access point has five Gigabit Ethernet ports. These ports can be used for wired connections to devices such as computers, game consoles, or other networking equipment.
"PoE passthrough" stands for "Power over Ethernet passthrough." This means that the access point can receive power through an Ethernet cable (PoE) and also provide PoE to other devices. This can be useful in situations where you want to power both the access point and other PoE-compatible devices (e.g., IP cameras or VoIP phones) using a single Ethernet cable.
Reyee "Wall-mounted Access Point Wi-Fi 5 1267Mbps 5*GE PoE passthrough" is a networking device that can be mounted on a wall, supports Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) for wireless connectivity, has five Gigabit Ethernet ports for wired connections, and offers PoE passthrough capability for powering other compatible devices. It's a versatile solution for providing both wired and wireless network connectivity in a specific location.
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