Wireless AC1200 Simultaneous Dual Band PoE Access Point
- Product Status (Revision A): Live
The DAP-2660 utilises the cutting-edge speed of Wireless AC technology to give businesses the Next Generation Wireless Network. Combining Dual-Band Wireless AC1200 with an aesthetical design, the DAP-2660 can be deployed in any environment giving great wireless coverage without drawing attention to itself.
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.
Performance without Compromise
Utilising industry leading Wireless AC Chipset, the DAP-2660 delivers 4 times the speed of Wireless N by supporting simultaneous dual-band performance
Broadcast on 16 SSID Simultaneously
Supports up to 16 SSIDs, 8 per Band, including Station Isolation
Featuring a clean modern design, the DAP-2660 can be mounted easily onto any wall or ceiling (mounting clips included). Designed with a standard PoE power requirements, the DAP-2660 can easily be deployed and configured in any network.
The DAP-2660 has a wireless range of up to 100m and enhanced networking features like bandsteering to ensure wireless signal continuity.
Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless
Supports up to 1200Mbps. Up to 900Mbps 2x2 MIMO for the 5Ghz band and up to 300Mbps 2x2 MIMO for the 2.4Ghz band
Manage up to 1000 APs
Manage up to 1000 Access Points located around the world from one virtual controller residing in your network or in the cloud.
Scalable, flexible, centralised AP management
Manage up to 1000 Access Points from a central location, regardless of geography.
|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.