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Cisco AIR-CAP2702I-N-K9 Aironet Wireless Access Point 2702I
Manufacturer: Cisco
Mfg Number: 2702I
UPC: 882658622304
SKU: AIR-CAP2702I-N-K9
Condition: New
Cisco AIR-CAP2702I-N-K9 Aironet Wireless Access Point 2702I
Product TypeWireless Access Point
Product Series2700
Brand NameCisco
ManufacturerCisco Systems, Inc
Product Model2702I
Product NameAironet 2702I Wireless Access Point
Product LineAironet
Manufacturer Part NumberAIR-CAP2702I-N-K9
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.cisco.com
Ethernet PortYes
Fast Ethernet PortYes
Gigabit Ethernet PortYes
10Gigabit Ethernet PortNo
USBNo
HDMINo
VGANo
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports2
PowerlineNo
Management PortYes
PoE (RJ-45) PortNo
Wireless LAN StandardIEEE 802.11ac
Wireless Transmission Speed1.27 Gbit/s
Height2"
Width8.7"
Depth8.7"
Form FactorCeiling Mountable
Weight (Approximate)2.20 lb
Power SourceAC AdapterPoE
Limited WarrantyLifetime
The Cisco® Aironet® 2700 Series of Wi-Fi access points (APs) delivers industry-leading 802.11ac performance at a price point ideal for plugging capacity and coverage gaps in dense indoor environments. The Aironet 2700 Series extends 802.11ac speed and features to a new generation of smartphones, tablets, and high-performance laptops now shipping with the faster, 802.11ac Wi-Fi radios. The Aironet 2700 series supports 802.11ac "Wave 1" In its first implementation, providing a theoretical connection rate of up to 1.3 Gbps. That's roughly triple the rates offered by today's high-end 802.11n APs. The boost helps you stay ahead of the performance and bandwidth expectations of today's mobile worker, who usually uses multiple Wi-Fi devices instead of just one. As such, users are adding proportionally larger traffic loads to the wireless LAN, which has outpaced Ethernet as the default enterprise access network.