Wireless AC1750 Simultaneous Dual-Band PoE Access Point
- Product Status: Live
This product is compatible with Nuclias Connect*
Nuclias Connect is our free remote network management software designed with network scalability, privacy and customisation in mind. It can be used either as an on-premises software management platform, or as a cloud solution.
*An upgrade to the latest product firmware is required.Download
Nuclias hardware controller
The DNH-100 Wireless Controller provides an inexpensive, ready-made solution, and removes the need for installing and maintaining Nuclias Connect on additional hardware such as a server or PC. It supports up to 100 APs, automatically detects devices, pushes configurations, and provides robust hardware management. Simply plug in and power on.Learn more
Performance without Compromise
Incorporating industry leading Wireless AC Chipset, the DAP-2695 delivers up to 4 times* the performance of Wireless N by supporting simultaneous dual-band operation
Broadcast on 16 SSIDs Simultaneously
Supports up to 16 SSIDs, 8 per Band, including station isolation
The DAP-2695 is a robust and versatile indoor access point, designed and built to withstand the harshest environments. It can be deployed anywhere from manufacturing plants and stadia, to school campuses and golf courses, virtually any venue requiring a robust wireless solution.
Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless
Supports up to 1300Mbps for the 5Ghz band and up to 450Mbps for the 2.4Ghz band
The DAP-2695 has a wireless scheduler feature, which turns off wireless functionality when it isn’t needed, saving power and increasing network security.
Scalable, flexible, centralised AP management
Manage up to 1000 Access Points from a central location, regardless of geography.
* When compared to Wireless N300
|Wireless Standard||B, G, N, AC||B, G, N, AC|
|Frequency||2.4GHz, 5GHz||2.4GHz, 5GHz|
|Wireless Standard||B, G, N||B, G, N||B, G, N|
* Range indicates the maximum distance where the highest throughput can be achieved, anything beyond this distance results in a loss of throughput.