AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender
Portable plug-in repeater that lets you increase the range of your wireless network while supporting Wireless AC speeds of up to 1300 Mbps.
|Product Description||AC1200 Wi-Fi Range Extender|
|Antenna Type||2 x External antenna (2x2+2x2)|
|D-Link QRS Mobile||Yes|
|Wireless Technology||a/b/g/n/ac (Concurrent dual band)|
Extend Your Wi‑Fi
The DAP-1620 AC1300 Wi-Fi Range Extender is a portable, plug-in Wi-Fi repeater that lets you extend an existing wireless network. You can place it anywhere in your home to increase the range of your wireless network. Tiny yet powerful, it supports Wireless AC speeds of up to 1300 Mbps1, and fits in the palm of your hand.
Extend Your Wireless Network
Dual-band technology helps reduce interference from nearby wireless transmitters in the home, and also provides backward compatibility with older wireless devices in your network, allowing you to enjoy a blazing-fast, reliable wireless connection. Alternatively, use the built-in Gigabit Ethernet port and your home’s existing wired Ethernet cabling to extend wireless coverage without worrying about signal strength.
Easy to Set Up, Easy to Use
Set up is simple with the D-Link Wi-Fi app and your smartphone. Alternatively, you can use one-touch configuration by pushing the WPS push-button on the DAP-1620 and on the router or access point you want to extend, and the DAP-1620 will automatically configure itself for you. There's also includes a built-in web-based setup wizard that lets you configure it wirelessly with a PC or mobile device.
Compact, Convenient Design
The DAP-1620 is ideal for use at home or in a small office, and plugs directly into a wall socket, without the hassle of dealing with power cords. When it comes to placement around your home, the bright signal strength indicator LEDs make finding a suitable location a breeze. The external antennas provide improved coverage, but also fold away for ultimate portability.
1A D-Link router supporting Wi-Fi Mesh and at least one DAP-1620 extender are required in order to create a mesh network.