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 SansCord 300 Mbps Wireless/Wall Penetrating Router-RNH326

 

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  • 300Mbps 2.4 Ghz Wireless N300 Enhanced Router .
  • 3 Antenna (3*5dBi) high gain omni-directional antennas for greater WiFi Coverage
  • Superior Broadcom Chip for stable and fast wireless performance for bandwidth-intensive tasks.
  • Easy setup Easy setup interface with Timing WiFi Switch.
  • WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK security mechanism for greater  security level.

 

3×5.0 D dBi external Antennas for better and stronger Wi-Fi Coverage

Up to 300Mbps wireless network Speed

Advanced Wireless Security

6000V Lightening Protection

1 (One) Year Warranty

Brand

SansCord

Model

RNH326

Item Weight

449 g

Product Dimensions

32 x 22 x 7 cm

Item model number

RNH326

Operating System

All

Additional Features

Sanscord RNH326 is a Wi-Fi router specially designed for SOHO users by Ramptel Solutions Private Limited. It is Adopting American Broadcom Wi-Fi chip which is the same as Apple devices, it boasts highly steady performance and is compatible with all smart phones, iPads and PCs, thus, you can surf the Internet smoothly. Three external 5dBi high-gain omni-directional antennas, based on signal amplifier technology and powerful wall penetrating ability, can bring you free and easy enjoyment of Internet access. By using RNH326 High Power Router , there will be no black spots and user can get Wi-Fi coverage every wehere. What’s more, it’s very easy for you to install RNH326 by simply following the latest easy-installation setup.Energy-saving, environmental-friendly WiFi ON/OFF timer function lets you enjoy the fashionable, green and healthy e-life.

Chipset Type

Broadcom

Included Components

 1* Router, 1* Power Adapter, 1*Quick Installation Guide, 1* Etherent Cable

Voltage

9 Volts

Power Source

dc

Wireless Type

802.11bgn

Speed Rating

300mbps

Number of Ports

3

Material

ABS plastic

Form Factor

3.5”

Media Type

Router suitable for all Major ISPs

 

 

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