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EnGenius logoEnGenius has bulked up its outdoor WiFi product line with six low-cost outdoor access point / bridges.

The new additions include models with N150 2.4 GHz, N300 2.4 GHz and N300 5 GHz radios. Each radio configuration is available with upgradeable external 5 dBi omni-directional antennas or internal 8 dBi directional antennas.

All models support up to four SSIDs, which can be bound to different VLANS.

Other common features include Access Point / Client Bridge / Client Router / WDS modes, 400 mW transmit power, dual 10/100 Ethernet ports and support for EnGenius' proprietary Power over Ethernet.

EnGenius ENS202EXT, ENS200EXT, ENS500EXT Outdoor AP/Bridges

EnGenius ENS202EXT, ENS200EXT, ENS500EXT Outdoor AP/Bridge

All models are backed by a one-year warranty and will be available "late" this month.

Prices (all MSRP) and model numbers are summarized below.

  • ENS200EXT Outdoor 2.4GHz Wireless-N Access Point – detachable 5 dBi omni-directional MIMO antenna / 2.4 GHz N150 - $59.99.
  • ENS200 Outdoor 2.4GHz Wireless-N Bridge – internal directional 8 dBi MIMO antenna / 2.4 GHz N150 - $59.99.
  • ENS202EXT Outdoor 2.4GHz Wireless N300 Access Point – two detachable 5 dBi omni-directional MIMO antennas / 2.4 GHz N300 - $89.99.
  • ENS202 Outdoor 2.4GHz Wireless N300 Bridge – dual internal directional 8 dBi MIMO antennas / 2.4 GHz N300 - $79.99.
  • ENS500EXT Outdoor 5GHz Wireless N300 Access Point – two detachable 5 dBi omni-directional MIMO antennas / 5 GHz N300 - $89.99.
  • ENS500 Outdoor 5GHz Wireless N300 Bridge – dual internal directional 8 dBi MIMO antennas / 5 GHz N300- $89.99.

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