Wi-Fi range extender works for expanding WiFi signal of main router to further rooms, completely covers network dead zones with stronger signal, optimize your home wireless coverage.
Plug and play, wall-mounted design with mini size, follow the user manual to set up easily, no complex steps and tech expert required.
Support wifi signal extending through the wall; the extending distance can be up to 100ft,no more dead zones in your smart home life(speaker / monitoring / TV / doorbell / thermostat).4 External antennas for better performance, reliable wireless N network speed up to 1200Mbps covering your bedroom, floors, restroom, garage and garden.
Works with any wireless router or WiFi system on the market. Up to 1200Mbps 5Ghz wireless speed rate. Supports all devices including Smartphone, iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Laptop, Desktop, Smart TV, TV Box, Alexa, wireless security cameras etc.
wireless speed:up to 1200mbps
antenna:4*external antennas (fixed )
Wireless Standard: 802.11 ac / a / b / g / n
Frequency Band: 5GHz, 2.4 GHz
Wireless Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2, WPA Mixed, WPS
Ports: 2 x Ethernet Port
operating: -20℃to 70℃
storage: -40℃to 90℃
operating: 5% to 95% (non-condensing)
storage: max. 90% (non-condensing)
support operating system windows xp/vista/linnux/ win 7/win 8 /win8.1 /win10 /mac os
Sometimes a device may be in the living room, but because the signal is not good, the bedroom signal may only have one division, which requires further expansion of the wireless network. At this time, you can consider using a second wireless router to expand the network through the relay mode. The name of the “amplified” wireless signal is the same as the original wireless router signal name. Rely on the network to cover itself.
Features: You need to connect to another WiFi signal when setting the relay, and keep the WiFi name setting exactly the same.
Applicable scenarios: expand the network and realize “roaming” of signals within a certain range
The AP mode is special. Generally, only AP hotspot devices have this function. At the same time, AP devices do not have the bridge and routing modes, but they support the relay function. The difference between a relay and an AP hotspot is also very simple. The relay mode is actually a 1: 1 copy of a wireless network, and does not require a cable connection. Both routers and AP devices support this mode; AP mode uses a network cable to Extending the WiFi signal, but it is not responsible for managing the network itself. It is equivalent to a wireless-capable switch that converts wired signals to wireless. Other functions need to be implemented by routers (IP allocation, network management, etc.).
The passwords of your repeater are as same as your router’s.
Poor signal connection may cause slow speeds or dropped connection.
If do not see desired wireless network, you can move the range extender closer to the router and scan again as it may be out of range.
1 x Wireless WiFi Repeater
1 x Installation Guide