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  • Up to 29dBm RF Tx power provides greater signal coverage compared to other competitive offerings
  • The 11n standard and MIMO deliver up to 300Mbps throughput over wireless for greater overall performance and connectivity
  • Up to 10x faster data transfer than Fast Ethernet. Ideal for bandwidth-intensive and sensitive applications like online gaming, VoIP, video and other multimedia streaming
  • Supports 802.1q mapping of SSIDs and up to four VLANs
  • Supports Power-over-Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) and enables deployment in ceilings and other areas where power outlets may not be available. Optional (purchased separately): Recommended PoE Injector: EnGenius EPE5818Gaf (802.3af compliant)
  • o Internal 5dBi antenna with optimized configuration and RF performance
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Product Description

Product Description

EAP350 is a high transmit power (800mW), long-range 2.4GHz Wireless-N (up to 300Mbps) Indoor Access Point with Gigabit for extending networks within large buildings.

From the Manufacturer

EAP350 High-Power 802.11n 2.4GHz Wireless Indoor AP/WDS/Repeater with Gigabit Ethernet Port

EnGenius EAP350 2.4GHz

The EnGenius EAP350 is a 2.4GHz Wireless-N Indoor Access Point that features 800mW transmit power for long range coverage, wireless speeds up to 300Mbps and a Gigabit port for connecting to a switch or router. It's an ideal solution for expanding an existing network and increasing bandwidth to support additional users.

This high-powered Access Point/WDS/Repeater is designed for extending networks within large or multi-story buildings or expansive, client-intensive facilities like hotels, resorts, hospitals, office buildings, universities or other multi-building campus facilities that need to offer employees, guests, staff or students access to network resources like printers, content or the Internet.


  EAP9550 EAP150 EAP300 EAP350
Frequency 802.11 b/g/n 802.11 b/g/n 802.11 b/g/n 802.11 b/g/n
Data speed rate 300Mbps 150Mbps 300Mbps 300Mbps
LAN Interface 10/100 10/100 10/100 10/100/1000
Encryption WPA2 WPA WEP WPA2 WPA WEP WPA2 WPA WEP WPA2 WPA WEP
Memory SDRAM 32MB 32MB 32MB 32MB
Flash 4MB 4MB 4MB 4MB
RF Power (dBm) 20dBm 26dBm 29dBm 29dBm
Receive Sensitivity < -90dBm < -89dBm < -92dBm < -94dBm
Antenna 4dBi Omni Embedded 5dBi Omni Embedded 5dBi Omni Embedded 5dBi Omni Embedded
Transmit Power (mW) 100mW 400mW 800mW 800mW
Mode Access Point
Client Bridge        
Client Router        
AP Router        
WDS
WDS AP
WDS Station        
Universal Repeater
Multiple SSID's
VLAN
QoS
AP Management Software (EZC)  
IEEE 802.3af PoE Compliant
EnGenius

Key Differentiators

EnGenius EAP350
The Benefit of EnGenius High-Powered Wireless
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EnGenius EAP350 Smoke Detector Design
EnGenius EAP350 Signal

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.7 x 2 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006GTDAE2
  • Item model number: EAP350
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 1, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These are great access points.
gadgettr6
The second unit worked fine for about a year, after which it starter to hang and require frequent reboots.
A. Dimova
This product was easy to set up and produces a very strong, fast signal.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Adam Mikolajczyk on October 11, 2012
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I wanted to replace my cheap off-the-shelf home router/access point with something a little more specific for the job. I'd recently implemented a dedicated router for my home LAN and wanted a similar dedicated access point instead of a jack-of-all-trades unit designed to do a mediocre job of both things. My main concern was eliminating some dead spots for Wifi coverage in the house and extending reliable coverage to the deck on the back of my house. After some research, I decided I really wanted a full gigabit from the access point on the wired side, a "N" class device for maximum bandwidth to my wireless clients, and the ability to do VLAN tagging so I can run multiple SSID's.

For the uninitiated, that gives the opportunity to run multiple segregated wireless networks. Specifically, this gives you the opportunity to run a guest network where your visitors can get onto a wireless network which is not permitted access to the rest of the home network.

I also have several wireless devices in the house, including wireless radios and a wifi camera.

This access point allows me to accommodate all of that without cross-talk or security concerns. Now I can keep my appliances talking on a segregated network, my guests out of my vacation pictures, and my trusted clients where they belong. Is it overkill for a home LAN? Probably. But as an IT guy, I take these things as learning opportunities.

So far this access point does all of these things and it looks really cool doing it. The smoke-detector design is really nifty, though as others have mentioned, the LEDs are really bright, although they can be disabled(I like 'em!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Mcdougal on September 6, 2013
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Replaced 5 other AP units that could not handle the load of the 120+ networked units in our small network. Throughput is at nearly 250MB under full load (30 devices per AP). We sustain 200+MB for hours at a time under that load also. I have deployed these in 10 offices so far and no client has come back and had issues.

Only issue is that they are single band, so WDS SUCKS!... If you want to use WDS, then get the dual band units and use 5Ghz as the backhaul for WDS and 2.4 as the AP signal.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Edmonson on March 18, 2013
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This thing is awesome! I will never buy a wireless router again, because this is way more powerful and easier to setup. In my case it sends a wireless signal to the far end of a warehouse without any problems. Originally I bought two, but only needed one.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By D-T-D on March 16, 2013
I purchased this access point for VLAN & 802.1x features which are generally available on more expensive "enterprise" access points. It is possible that the unit I have is defective, but I can't help feeling that EnGenius marketing team are more competent than the engineering team.

- I probably received a bad unit, but the ethernet port doesn't work when connected to a gigabit port. Force the port to negotiate at 100 or 10mbps and it works just fine. The access point doesn't provide option to downgrade its port to 10/100 mbps.

- This is not exactly the AP's fault, but while it can blast the signal through floors and walls, the fact that it has smaller antenna gives it a hard time receiving signals from smaller devices like phones & tablets. What does this mean? These devices can hear the access point just fine, but no the other way around. -- It might be useful if you want to use several APs to expand your network. But if you want your gadgets to see significant improvement, you'll be disappointed. Case in point, my pocket router performs almost the same as EAP350 at the same distance & number of walls. -- If you want something that would likely extending the range for your gadgets, spread several APs across your living area, or at least get one with external antenna.

- Be sure to check "Isolation" check box when configure VLAN ssid. It took me a while to realize that it was an option to enable VLAN tagging. Manual doesn't say anything about it. Maybe I'm just stupid. I dunno.

... and here's my last straw ::

- In my noisy(2.4ghz) residential setting, wireless performance is nowhere near its "ideal for bandwidth intensive & sensitive application" claim.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin Green on November 9, 2014
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The most impressive thing I have for the EnGenius AP 350 is the stability. I Used a POE Injector and run the AP on my ceiling.
10 months without a restart. Amazing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mary Spence on May 15, 2014
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Was exactly what I needed. Did a great job. Truly is High Power to reach from one end of my store to the other.
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Before I bought this access point I read a few reviews about it dying but I bought it anyway. Upon arrival the unit did not work, so I got a replacement. The second unit worked fine for about a year, after which it starter to hang and require frequent reboots. Until one day while I was streaming something on Roku it spontaneously died. No LEDs, no sign of any life. There was no lightnings or any power failure/surge at the time to have caused this. At first I thought it might be the power supply, but after trying a different power supply it still did not turn on. I've never seen a product fail so miserably before. This is unacceptable. I emailed EnGenius and they promptly responded by saying that their warrant is one year! It was 1 year and 4 months since I had bought it. Stay away from EnGenius.
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