AC1300 Wave 2 Dual‑Band Outdoor Unified Access Point
- Product Status (EU_RevA1): Live
Outdoor Wi‑Fi for your business, in any weather.
Designed for SMBs and enterprises, this outdoor wireless access point delivers high bandwidth, flexibility, and fast throughput even in high-density areas so your clients can enjoy a better Wi-Fi experience.
Wireless AC Wave 2
Up to 1.3 Gbps* combined throughput.
Dual-Band with band steering
Two bands to improve throughput and coverage as well as reduces co-channel interference.
2 x 2 MU-MIMO
Improved efficiency in handling throughput distribution to multiple devices connected to the network.
PoE & flexible installation
It can be wall or pole mounted and power over Ethernet enables installation in hard to reach locations.
802.11k Fast Roaming1
Allows wireless clients to move freely, jumping from AP to AP without losing connectivity.
Set up a robust and resilient wireless network that can automatically heal itself when an AP fails.
Latest Wireless Security
Supports WPA3, MAC address filtering & Rogue AP detection.
Dual‑Band Wireless for efficient performance
The 2.4 GHz and high-speed 5 GHz AC channels and band steering technology makes your business network flexible by automatically placing clients on the optimal band for their needs like casual web browsing, and data-hungry operations like video streams and large file transfers.
Increase network speeds and efficiency, efficiently.
Load-balancing optimisation effectively eliminates the need for the dedicated hardware and RF expertise that would otherwise typically be required to tune a wireless network.
- Seamless roaming
- Airtime Fairness
- High-Density Connectivity
Rugged & Weather‑Resistant For Installation Anywhere
The AP’s IP67-rated weatherproof housing safeguards against dust and water so it can operate in harsh outdoor environments ranging from temperatures from -40°C up to 60°C. PoE support allows for easy installation with a single Ethernet cable, which is ideal for areas where power outlets are not readily available.
Everyday dust particles are prevented from entering the AP’s housing.
Substantial protection from high levels of water and can withstand extremely low and high temperatures.
Quality of Service for smoother video calls.
Video conference calls and VoIP are the mainstay of any busy office. The Quality of Service feature ensures time-sensitive data is intelligently prioritised over other traffic such as email or web browsing ensuring seamless calls and video.
The AP includes a Console port for debugging and configuration. It can be used as a standalone wireless access point, or managed centrally via a D-Link Wireless Controller, allowing centralised management of up to 256 access points.
Robust Centralised Management
Versatile management significantly cuts down configuration and administration time. Paired with the robust DWC-2000 Unified Wireless Controller, the APs can be managed remotely and makes for a more customisable network. Roll out new configurations or keep your APs’ firmware up-to-date easily with remote batch configuration to save time.
Free Next‑Business‑Day Service
Enjoy our free Next Business Day service, as standard with D-Link Business products, to replace faulty equipment quickly.
Our rapid-response technical support is designed to ensure businesses get the best support for their unique environment. Our extended warranty and enhanced service packages increases the lengths of warranties and further minimises downtime.
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1 This feature is available when Unified AP is used in conjunction with D-Link’s line of Unified Wireless Controllers.
* Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11n and 802.11ac specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors may adversely affect wireless signal range.