We have plans to include more access points with higher Wi-Fi standards in our roadmap. TAP100 is just the first device in Teltonika Networks access points category.
PoE injector is not available as a separate accessory at the moment. It can only be purchased along with the TAP100 ordering code, which includes 15W PoE injector. Please visit this page to check the TAP100 ordering codes.
TAP100 is equipped with a pre-installed mounting bracket, which means that the mounting bracket is already attached to the TAP100. It is important to note that our standard package does not include screws.
At present, the Wi-Fi mesh and fast roaming functionality have not yet been developed on TAP100, but these features will become available through a future firmware releases.
Yes, adding the TAP100 to the RMS account is done in the same way as with the current TRB and RUT series devices.
No. TAP100 does not support railway EN50155 standards.
Yes, the TAP100 Ethernet port is 10/100 Mbps.
PoE standards for TAP100 is 802.3af PoE Class 1.
There are no plans to release an LTE router with PoE for 2023.
The theoretical speed of 300 Mbps is documented for the Wi-Fi 4 standard. However, the actual speed in real-time applications depends on hardware limitations, as well as the environment and specific use case scenarios.
Yes, with RMS Connect, it is feasible to establish remote access with devices such as laptops and exert control over them, as well as perform configuration tasks, without requiring physical presence or relying on a public IP address.
Currently, RMS Management stands as the optimal and most convenient method for monitoring and controlling the Teltonika Networks TAP100 access point.
Currently, only RMS is available, but our R&D department is working on providing alternative solutions for the future.