|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
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Edimax EW-7811Un 150Mbps 11n Wi-Fi USB Adapter, Nano Size Lets You Plug it and Forget it, Ideal for Raspberry Pi / Pi2, Supports Windows, Mac OS, Linux (Black/Gold)
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- Supports 150 Mbps 802.11n Wireless data rate - the latest wireless standard. Permits users to have the farthest range with the widest coverage. (Up to 6 times the speed and 3 times the coverage of 802.11b.).
- Power Saving designed to support smart transmit power control and auto-idle state adjustment
- Supports WMM (Wi-Fi Multimedia) Standard so that you can let different types of data have higher priority. It would allows better streaming of real-time data such as Video, Music, Skype etc
- Includes multi-language EZmax setup wizard
- Spec Standards IEEE 802.11n; backward compatible with 802.11b/g Wi-Fi Certified. Security 64/128 bit WEP Encryption and WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK security; WPS compatible IEEE 802.1X
- Port 1 x 2.0 USB Type A. Wireless Data Rates Up to 150 Mbps. Modulation OFDM: BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, DSSS. Frequency Band 2.4GHz - 2.4835GHz. Antenna internal chip antenna
- Channels (FCC) 2.4GHz : 1~11. Power Input USB Port (Self-Powered). Dimensions 0.28" x 0.59" x 0.73". Temperature 0 -40 degree C (32-104 degree F). Humidity 10 ~ 90% Non-Condensing. System XP/Vista/Win7, Mac, Linux
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N150 Nano Size Wi-Fi USB Adapter
Up to 150Mbps 802.11n Wireless Speed
Complies with wireless 802.11b/g/n standards with data rate up to 150Mbps (2.4Ghz).
Nano Size Design, Plug in and Forget it
With Nano size design, you can connect EW-7811Un to any USB port without blocking other USB ports. It can stay connected to your laptop.
Supports Windows 10
Windows 10 has integrated with EW-7811Un adapter driver. It can be Plug & Play on Windows 10.
EW-7811Un can also support Linux Kernel. Please contact Edimax Tech Support for Linux driver compatibility.
Features & Compatibility
- Support Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
- Support Mac OSX 10.x
- Support Raspberry Pi & Pi 2 and other Linux systems.
- Two-year Limited Manufacturer Warranty.
- Free US Based Technical Support.
Ideal for Raspberry Pi/Pi 2
Supports up to 150Mbps when connecting with RPi 2. Plug & Play!
|Product Name||N150 Nano Wi-Fi USB Adapter||N300 Mini Wi-Fi USB Adapter||AC600 Dual Band Mini Wi-Fi USB Adapter||AC600 Dual Band High-Gain Wi-Fi USB Adapter||AC450 Wi-Fi USB Adapter||AC1200 Dual Band Wi-Fi USB Adapter|
|Max Wireless Speed||2.4GHz: 150Mbps||2.4GHz: 300Mbps||2.4GHz: 150Mbps 5GHz: 433Mbps||2.4GHz: 150Mbps 5GHz: 433Mbps||5GHz: 433Mbps||2.4GHz: 300Mbps 5GHz: 866Mbps|
|USB Version||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 2.0||USB 3.0|
|Dual Band||- 2.4GHz only||- 2.4GHz only||✓||✓||- 5GHz only||✓|
|Mini Nano Size||✓||✓||✓||-||✓||-|
Top Customer Reviews
Upon plugging it in, I went to the settings screen in OpenELEC and entered in my wireless networking information. I rebooted for good measure and went to system information and found that it had no IP address. After verifying my wireless settings and rebooting once more, I still wasn't connected.
I tried a boatload of things, including installing RaspBian, RaspBMC, different versions of OpenELEC, various command line voodoo, disabling Wifi authentication, etc. None of this worked until I used a powered USB hub, and then it connected automagically. I was simultaneously relieved and frustrated when it worked. Relieved because it finally worked, frustrated because I spent so much time with it.
Now, several people have said that this doesn't need a powered hub for the Pi- which is actually why I bought it. My personal experience was that it did. I have seen things from other people about having to change their power supply to make Wifi adapters work on the pi - I didn't have another to use. Just keep that in mind that if you have trouble, try a powered USB hub before you tear your hair out.
With the Wifi now running properly, I took the Pi to my upstairs bedroom and set it up. I had previously verified that 1080p movies on the wired LAN ran without jitter or buffering. Playing with it on wireless, I found that I had to set my video streams to transcode to 1mbps 720p in order to stream without buffering. I was just happy that it was working, so I was OK with the quality drop.Read more ›
I tried the Edimax with my laptop which has no problem connecting when downstairs but in the bedroom it keeps loosing the signal intermittently. My laptop has Windows 7 installed.
I tried it with my second laptop which is an IBM Thinkpad with Ubuntu 12.04 installed. The speed I was getting downstairs was 12 Mbps which I thought was not bad but upstairs the speed dropped to barely 2 Mbps and sometimes no signal
I decided to return it and selected another adapter TP-Link TL-WN722N which worked like a charm on all my machines.
If you will be using the unit in the same room as the router be it Linux or Windows, this will work for you but if the router and the unit are at a distance, particularly on different floors you will have issues.
The main reason for poor performance could be attributed to the unit being very tiny and the built-in antenna is not powerful enough for it to work at a fair distance from router particularly if there are walls and floors in the way.
Installation was simple. Switched off the internal G wireless, plugged in this tiny adapter and loaded up the software. No issues at all and was up in less than 10 minutes. This was the last non-11n device I had, so now I've locked the router into 11n mode only. The throughput is noticeably faster for all devices - not just the laptop.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Automatically detected on my Pi, connecting to Wifi was easy, and signal is always strong. Bought two of these so far.Published 4 hours ago by J. Beams
Well, this crazy thing turned my wired-in only old tower into a wireless machine. Awesome! And an awesome price. Truly plug and play, as easy software. Great stuff. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Molly B.
I currently have a cardbus "N" adapter and it sticks out of my old Dell laptop. Although initially I loved the small size, performance is what counts the most and this is... Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Mike T.
I bought this to use on a Raspberry Pi A+. It's plug and play but when I hit the Pi with any heavy data xfer it looses all wifi. I'm using a Kootek and it seems to be OK.Published 1 day ago by Eric Marsh
Good, but if you use it for a rpi 2, your sub ports will not be able to power anything else reliablyPublished 1 day ago by HENRY A LENZ