AC1200 Wireless MU-MIMO Wall-Plate AP Omada TP-Link

Model: EAP235-Wall
SKU: 44-01-0006
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  • Product Code: EAP235-Wall
  • Manufacturer: Tp-link

Package does not include power supply!

Description

AC1200 WALL PLATE Access Point Omada TP-Link
Omada SDN Ready  Ready for Omada SDN controller for centralized management and monitoring.
Fast Dual-Band Wi-Fi Simultaneous 300 Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps on 5 GHz totals 1,167 Mbps Wi-Fi speeds.
Four Gigabit Ports 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, one uplink and three access ports. PoE pass-through is available on one of the access port providing power for desk phones, cameras or other PoE devices.
Centralized Management Cloud access and Omada app for mobility and easy management.
Easy Installation and PoE Support Easy-mount construction, compatible with US, EU and 86mm junction boxes with PoE support.
Customer Oriented Guest Network Along with multiple ways of login (SMS, Facebook Wi-Fi, Voucher, and customizable captive portal) allows guest access smoothly and friendly.
Advanced Wireless Tech  Optimize network performance with airtime fairness, band steering, and beamforming technologies.
HARDWARE FEATURES
Interface Uplink port: One 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Port, accepts 802.3af or 802.3at PoE
Access ports: Three 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Ports with one PoE power pass-thru port
Physical Security Lock Yes
Button Reset
Power Supply 802.3af/802.3at PoE
Power Consumption 9.8 watts
24.4 watts with 13w PoE output
Dimensions ( W x D x H ) 143 × 86 × 20 mm (5.6 × 3.4 × 0.8 in)
Dimensions 5.6 × 3.4 × 0.8 in.
143 × 86 × 20 mm
Antenna 2.4 GHz: 2× 4 dBi
5 GHz: 2× 4 dBi
Mounting Wall Plate Mounting
WIRELESS FEATURES
Wireless Client Capacity 200+**
Wireless Standards IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Frequency 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
Signal Rate 5 GHz: Up to 867 Mbps
2.4 GHz: Up to 300 Mbps
Wireless Functions 16 SSIDs (Up to 8 SSIDs on each band)
Enable/ disable SSID broadcast
Automatic channel assignment
Transmit power control (adjustable in 1 dBm step)
QoS (WMM)
Band steering
Beamforming
Load balance
Rate limit
Scheduled reboot
Wireless scheduled on/off
Wireless Statistics based on SSID, access point, or client
Wireless Security Captive portal authentication
Access control list
Wireless MAC address filtering
Wireless isolation between clients
SSID to VLAN Mapping
LAN port-based VLAN
Rogue AP detection
802.1X EAP support
64/128/152-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2-PSK, WPA/WPA2-Enterprise
Transmission Power ≤21 dBm (2.4 GHz)
≤21 dBm (5 GHz)
MANAGEMENT
Omada App Yes
Centralized Management Omada Cloud-Based Controller
Omada Hardware Controller (OC300)
Omada Hardware Controller (OC200)
Omada Software Controller
Cloud Access Yes
Email Alerts Yes
LED ON/OFF Control Yes
Management MAC Access Control Yes
SNMP v1, v2c
System Logging Local/Remote Syslog Local/ remote syslog
SSH Yes
Web-based Management HTTP/ HTTPS
L3 Management Yes
Multi-site Management Yes
Management VLAN Yes
Zero-Touch Provisioning Yes. Requiring the use of Omada Cloud-Based Controller.
OTHERS
Certification FCC, RoHS
Package Contents Omada AC1200 Wireless Gigabit Wall Plate Access Point EAP235-Wall
Installation guide
Mounting screw
Environment Operating temperature: 0–40 ℃ (32–104 ℉)
Storage temperature: -40–70 ℃ (-40–158 ℉)
Operating humidity: 10–90% RH non-condensing
Storage humidity: 5–90% RH non-condensing

Additional information

Brand

Omada TP-Link

Video

Application Example

**NOTE**

For ease, our company can adopt this device to our cloud server for seamless operation

If you want to make it your self please read the next steps!

Adopting a TP-Link Omada business access point for personal use is not much different than setting it up for business use. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how a normal customer can set up and adopt a TP-Link Omada business access point:

  1. Unboxing and Placing the Device:
    • Take out the access point (AP) from its packaging.
    • Choose a suitable location for the AP. Ideally, it should be centrally located in the area you want to cover.
  2. Connecting the Access Point:
    • Use an Ethernet cable to connect the AP to a PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch, or use the provided PoE adapter if one came with your device. This provides both power and a network connection to the AP.
    • If you’re using a PoE adapter, one end of the Ethernet cable will go into the AP, and the other end into the “OUT” port of the PoE adapter. Then connect another Ethernet cable from the “IN” port of the PoE adapter to your router or switch.
  3. Setting up the Omada Controller:
    • The Omada system uses a software-based controller to manage the APs. Download the Omada Controller software from the TP-Link website.
    • Install and run the Omada Controller on a computer that’s connected to the same network.
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to set up the controller. This will involve setting a username and password and some initial configurations.
  4. Adopting the Access Point:
    • Once the Omada Controller software is running, it should automatically detect your AP. If it’s the first time the AP is being set up, it will appear as “Pending” or “Ready to Adopt.”
    • Click on the AP and choose “Adopt.” This will incorporate the AP into your network and allow the Omada Controller to manage it.
  5. Configuring the Access Point:
    • After adopting, click on the AP again in the Omada Controller interface.
    • You can now configure various settings like the SSID (network name), password, radio channels, and more.
    • Apply the settings. The AP will reboot and start broadcasting the SSID you’ve set.
  6. Advanced Configurations (optional):
    • Omada business access points offer several advanced features suitable for businesses like multiple SSIDs, VLANs, guest networks, bandwidth control, and more. Explore these options if you want more granular control over your network.
  7. Mobile Management (optional):
    • TP-Link offers the Omada app which you can install on your smartphone. This allows you to manage and monitor your APs on-the-go.

Remember to periodically check for firmware updates for both the AP and the Omada Controller software to ensure that you’re running the latest security and performance enhancements.

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