|Product Depth (in.)||3.07 in||Product Height (in.)||2.44 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3.15 in|
|Commercial/Residential||Residential||Electronics Included Components||No additional items included|
|Features||Wireless||Maximum data transfer rate/speed (Mbps)||1200|
|Network Standard||Wireless AC Gigabit||Pack Size||1|
|Product Weight (lb.)||.35 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||2 Years|
A: Range Extenders are designed to connect to most routers, regardless of manufacturer or ISP. As long as your router has either 2.4GHz or 5GHz connection the Range Extender should connect.
A: Across a 3 bedroom house
A: Hi! The extender should be installed in a location where your router's Wi-Fi signal is sufficiently strong/stable, while also far enough from it to effectively extend range into the desired location.
A: Hi! Concrete walls are notorious for being a top contender among Wi-Fi blocking obstructions. While a Wi-Fi extender can help improve coverage and range, we cannot guarantee it will penetrate concrete or brick walls, depending on your network environment.
A: No, concrete blocks almost all wifi signals, you will have to use a wired connection. Mike
A: Works wirelessly
A: It will work wirelessly
A: Hi! No, it does not need to be physically connected via Ethernet to your router - it can function by receiving your router's Wi-Fi signal (wireless) and extend it for additional Wi-Fi coverage in your home. It does, however, offer the option to wire it to the router in Access Point Mode, if desired.
A: It does not need to plug into the router. You need to plug it into an electrical outlet near the router. Once it pairs, you can move it somewhere near the edge of the router’s range.