The Wave WiFi Access Systems provide extended range connections to good quality HotSpots.
Wave WiFi's EC-ER produces a whopping 800mW of output power providing extended range connections to good quality HotSpots.
The ER models have all of the features and elements of the EC- Series that have made Wave WiFi so popular for convenience and dependability. All ER units ship with the latest firmware version of Wave WiFi's proprietary web-based interface.
The EC-ER supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption and has a unique, built-in 'help' system, free online firmware upgrades and free online global weather forecasting from iMap Weather.
The EC-ER is an Ethernet Converters (EC) so a direct connection can be made to any Ethernet enabled device resulting in flawless performance as a standalone system or integrated into the boat's network.
Also, there is no software to install, no USB restrictions and no power-robbing USB connections. This means better performance for plug-and-play computer accessories like SKYPE phones and webcams.
|Image||Part #||Product Description||Price||Stock||Order|
|EC-ER||Extended range WiFi access system, 10-mile range||
|EC-AP-ER||Extended range WiFi access system with access point, 10-mile range||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
|EC-HP||High performance WiFi access system, 12-mile range||
|EC-AP-HP||High performance WiFi access system with access point, 12-mile range||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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