EZGo5+, 802.11an, AP/Client, 250mW,16dBi
EZGo5+, 802.11an, AP/Client, 250mW,16dBi

EZGo5+, 802.11an, AP/Client, 250mW,16dBi

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Part Number:EZGO-0516+
  • • EZGO LT5+ 100MB 5GHz 250mW EZ-Bridge 802.11an Expansion Unit
  • • Can Be Configured as Access Point, Client, Bridge or Router
  • • Useful When Creating a Link Between More Than 2 Buildings
  • • Also Useful as a Standalone Wireless Access Point or Client
  • • Includes Wall/Pole(1-2") Mounting Bracket and 24V Passive PoE Wall Mount Injector
  • SPEC SHEETS
  • USER GUIDE
  • EZ-Bridge Firmware
The EZ-Go is a high power 25dBm (316mW) outdoor wireless access point or client device operating in the 2.4GHz or 5GHz unlicensed frequency spectrum providing real world throughput up to 100 Mb/sec. It complies with the 802.11g/n or 802.11a/n standards to insure interoperability. It supports VOIP, VPN, multiple MAC addresses and DHCP.

With its password verification, MAC address authentication, SSID suppression and advanced WPA encryption, the system provides the best available wireless data security. If changes to the pre-configured settings are desired, they can be easily done thru the built-in web interface. There are no drivers or software that needs to be loaded to the computer.

The EZ-Go comes complete with a powerful 14dBi 802.11g/n or 16dBi 802.11a/n MIMO antennas with built-in high power electronics, Bracket Kits which accommodate pole or wall mounting and Cat5e rated PoE (Power over Ethernet) power inserters with 24VDC auto-ranging power supplies. Customer needs to supply CAT5 cabling between the power inserter and the antenna and between the power inserter and his computer, router or switch.

With its advanced software, the EZ-Go supports multiple operating modes, including; Access Point, Access Point (WDS), Client, Client (WDS), WAN Gateway, WLAN Gateway
5 Stars
Owner
The EZGo5+ product is excellent and performs well in Vermont weather at our rental property. In Dec 2018 our rural area finally got Xfinity support 400 mbit versus DSL at 3 mbits that we suffered with for years. Issue was it only was available on our farmhouse which is closest to the road. Build out to other buildings was 12-18 months out. We purchased the Ez-bridge (2) plus a EZ-Go. We linked our Farmhouse, Garage Apartment and Chalet and everything worked absolutely great until summer foliage grew and completely blocked line of sight from Farmhouse to Chalet and reduced the signal to borderline. Purchased two more EZ-GO and mounted on the barn linked to the Farmhouse and set up a separate node for the barn to chalet. We cabled the node linked to the Farmhouse via ethernet cable to the node linked to the chalet which bridged the two separate channels together completing the routing to the router in the Farmhouse. Performance is excellent and issue resolved. At full capacity we have 13 young tenants who work at the ski resort wanting to stream games, movies, etc. This works well for us. Only complaint - the bottom cover that the ethernet cable goes through and plugs into the RJ45 jack on the node has only one hole. There is a indent/stencil in the cover where you would cut out and place the second cable through (which we did) and its NOT aligned with the RJ45 jack inside and creates a tension issue on the connection. We plugged that hole and cut-out a new hole aligned with the RJ45 jack inside. Because we have to be concerned with Vermont weather and the elements, was perturbed to now deal with a potential issue. Took some extra effort but got it covered. When we handled the second node we did not make the same mistake. Fix - align the stencil for the second cable with the RJ45 jack on the node. Tycon's Response - Thank you for your detailed feedback. We are looking into a mold tool change to address this issue.
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Reviewed by:  from Florida/Vermont. on 9/25/2019
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