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ATHENA-EX
HIGH POWER
WI-FI
RANGE EXTENDER
®
RE2600M
AC2600
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  • Page 1 User’s Guide ATHENA-EX HIGH POWER AC2600 WI-FI RANGE EXTENDER ® RE2600M...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..............2 Guest Network (2.4GHz) ..............35 GETTING STARTED ..............3 Wi-Fi Protected Setup – WPS (2.4GHz) ........... 37 Package Contents ................3 User Access (2.4GHz) ..............38 LED Indicators .................. 4 Wireless Coverage Controls (2.4GHz) ..........39 Back Panel Description ..............
  • Page 3: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing this Amped Wireless product. At Amped Wireless we strive to provide you with the highest quality products through innovation and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on delivering products that outperform and go beyond your expectations. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Package Contents Check to make sure you have all the contents within your package:  ATHENA-EX High Power AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender with MU-MIMO  4 x Detachable High Gain Antennas  Power Adapter  Setup Guide  CD: User’s Guide, Installation Video, Setup Guide, &...
  • Page 5: Led Indicators

    LED Indicators Power/WPS: Indicates when the Router is powered on. The LED will remain on. Blinks when Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is activated and the Router awaits a connection. 5.0GHz Wireless Activity: Blinks rapidly when wireless data traffic is transmitted or received over the 5GHz wireless network.
  • Page 6 Gigabit Wired Ports 1-4: Indicates when a networking device is connected to a wired port on the back of the Range Extender. The LED will blink rapidly when wired data traffic is transmitted or received. The green LED displays when a there is an active gigabit connection.
  • Page 7: Back Panel Description

    Back Panel Description From Left to Right Antenna Connectors: RJ-SMA antenna connectors. Attach the included high gain antennas to these connectors. Power On/Off: Push to turn the Range Extender on or off. Power: Power adapter port. Output: 12V, 2.5A, Input: 100-240v. USB Port: Attach USB storage devices, such as USB flash drives and external hard drives, for file sharing.
  • Page 8 WPS: Hold down for 3 seconds to enable WPS push button configuration. Reset: Push down once to reboot the Router. Hold down for 5-10 seconds to reset the router back to factory settings.
  • Page 9: Setup Guide

    SETUP GUIDE Find a Setup Location The location of where you install the Range Extender is very important to how it will function. The optimal setup location should be somewhere no more than halfway between your Wi-Fi router and your Wi-Fi dead zone.
  • Page 10: Connect Your Pc To The Range Extender

    Attach the Antennas & Connect your PC or Tablet to the Range Extender Connect the included high gain antennas by screwing them into the antenna connectors. b. Plug the Range Extender into an available power outlet. Connect your PC or Tablet to the Range Extender’s Wi-Fi network: Amped_AthenaEX_2.4 or Amped_AthenaEX_5.0...
  • Page 11 Open your Web Browser to Access the Web Menu Open your web browser. b. Type in: http://setup.ampedwireless.com into the web address bar. If the web menu fails to open, type in the following IP address into your web address bar: http://192.168.1.240 Disconnect your PC from all Wi-Fi networks.
  • Page 12: Welcome To The Dashboard

    Welcome to the Dashboard The Dashboard will provide you with the current status of the Range Extender. Click SCAN to find an available network to extend. The diagram on this page displays the terms used to describe: 1. The network you are trying to extend (Home Network). 2.
  • Page 13: Scan For A Wireless Network

    Scan for a Wireless Network The Scan result will list all available 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz wireless networks detected by the Range Extender – including each network name (SSID), the operating channel, the type of security and the signal strength. If you are extending a dual band router, you will need to select the SSID of your 2.4GHz network and the SSID of your 5.0GHz network.
  • Page 14 Connecting to a Secure Network If the wireless network(s) you are trying to repeat has wireless security enabled, you will be prompted to enter a security key. If you are repeating a dual band router, you will need to enter the security key for both the 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz network.
  • Page 15: Extended Network Settings (Ssid & Security)

    Extended Network Settings (SSID & Security) The default SSID of the Range Extender is “Amped_AthenaEX_2.4” and “Amped_AthenaEX_5.0”. If you choose to "Clone" the settings from your Home Network, the wizard will copy the SSID and security key of your Home Network. The SSID of the Extended Network will have a "_RE"...
  • Page 16 Connection Check DO NOT LEAVE OR REFRESH THIS PAGE. Allow the countdown to complete and the Wizard will automatically redirect you to the next step.
  • Page 17: Connect To The New Extended Network

    Connect to the new Extended Network During the countdown process, the Range Extender will reboot and disconnect the Wi-Fi connection. At this point, you will need to reconnect your PC or tablet to the new Extended Network. Follow the instructions on the screen to connect to the Extended Network.
  • Page 18: Setup Summary

    Setup Summary Congratulations, the Range Extender is now successfully configured. Your settings are now saved. Print the Setup Summary details and save it for future reference. If you have any wired devices that you would like to attach to the Range Extender, you may do so now.
  • Page 19 Signal Strength LED The Signal Strength LED will help you find the most optimal location. It may take 1-3 minutes for the LED to register after powering on the Extender. We recommend a signal of at least 70% or when the LED is green. Wired Port Routing The Setup Wizard automatically selects the Home Network (2.4GHz or 5.0GHz) your wired devices will be routed through to connect to the...
  • Page 20 If the Home/Office Network connection fails try the following… The failed connection page will provide you with information on why the connection failed. Read the instructions carefully and retry your connection. The tips below will help to solve common issues: Check to make sure your Home Network security settings are correct.
  • Page 21: 5.0Ghz Wi-Fi Settings

    5.0GHz WI-FI SETTINGS 5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Home Network Settings (5.0GHz) The Home Network Settings (5.0GHz) page allows you to adjust settings for your 5.0GHz Home Network connection. These settings are for adjusting the Range Extender’s Home Network connection after you have already gone through the Setup Wizard and wish to adjust your current configurations.
  • Page 22 Security Settings: Change the type of wireless security settings for your 5.0GHz Home Network. Encryption: Select the encryption type for your Home Network. This is for entering the wireless encryption for your home or office router. Pre-Shared Key: The Home Network Security Key is the key that you use when connecting wirelessly to your home or office router.
  • Page 23: Extended Network Settings (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Extended Network Settings (5.0GHz) The Extended Network Settings page allows you to adjust settings for your Extended Network. SSID of Extended Network: The name used to identify your Extended Network. This is the name that appears when a user scans for available Wi-Fi networks. Band: Allows you to setup access under a specific combination of Wi-Fi speed standards.
  • Page 24 Security Settings: Change the type of wireless security settings for your 5.0GHz Extended Network. Encryption: Select the encryption type for your Extended Network. Pre-Shared Key: The password for your Extended Network. This is the key used by devices connecting to your Extended Network.
  • Page 25: Guest Networks (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Guest Networks (5.0GHz) Click “Enable” to create a Guest Network. Guest Networks provide a separate wireless network, with unique settings for users to connect to. SSID: This is the name of your Guest Network. Broadcast SSID: Disable to hide your SSID from public view.
  • Page 26 Pre-Shared Key: The password for your Guest Network. This is the key used by devices connecting to your Guest Network.
  • Page 27: Wi-Fi Protected Setup - Wps (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Wi-Fi Protected Setup – WPS (5.0GHz) WPS is a Wi-Fi feature created to make Wi-Fi setup simple and easy. Some wireless routers and adapters support this feature with varying names (i.e. one touch setup or WPS). You may enable WPS setup here by selecting the type of WPS setup you wish to use.
  • Page 28: User Access (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: User Access (5.0GHz) User Access allows you to deny access or allow access to specific users connecting to the network. Each networking device has a unique address called a MAC address (a 12 digit hex number). By inputting the MAC address into the field, you can define whether that device is allowed into your network allowed.
  • Page 29: Wireless Coverage Controls (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Wireless Coverage Controls (5.0GHz) Adjust the output power of the Range Extender to control the coverage distance of your 5.0GHz Extended Wireless Network. For a smaller coverage area you can select a lower output power. For the maximum wireless coverage select the 100% selection.
  • Page 30: Access Schedule (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Access Schedule (5.0GHz) Access Schedules will enable or disable your 5.0GHz wireless access at a set time based on your predefined schedule. This feature is often used for restricting access to all users (such as children, employees, guests) during specific times of the day for parental control or security reasons.
  • Page 31: Advanced Settings (5.0Ghz)

    5.0GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Advanced Settings (5.0GHz) Advanced Wireless Settings should only be adjusted by technically advanced users. It is not recommended that novice users adjust these settings to avoid degrading wireless performance.Here are a few definitions on some settings. Fragment Threshold: The Default and Recommended setting is at 2346, meaning the High Power Range Extender will never fragment any frames that it sends to wireless users.
  • Page 32: 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi Settings

    2.4GHz WI-FI SETTINGS 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Home Network Settings (2.4GHz) The Home Network Settings (2.4GHz) page allows you to adjust settings for your 2.4GHz Home Network connection. These settings are for adjusting the Range Extender’s Home Network connection after you have already gone through the Setup Wizard and wish to adjust your current configurations.
  • Page 33 width you wish to use for your network. This setting must match that of your Home Network for a successful connection. Security Settings: Change the type of wireless security settings for your 2.4GHz Home Network. Encryption: Select the encryption type for your Home Network. This is for entering the wireless encryption for your home or office router.
  • Page 34: Extended Network Settings (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Extended Network Settings (2.4GHz) The Extended Network Settings page allows you to adjust settings for your Extended Network. SSID of Extended Network: The name used to identify your Extended Network. This is the name that appears when a user scans for available Wi-Fi networks.
  • Page 35 Pre-Shared Key: The password for your Extended Network. This is the key used by devices connecting to your Extended network.
  • Page 36: Guest Network (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Guest Network (2.4GHz) Click “Enable” to create a Guest Network. Guest Networks provide a separate wireless network, with unique settings for users to connect to. SSID: This is the name of your Guest Network. Broadcast SSID: Disable to hide your SSID from public view.
  • Page 37 Pre-Shared Key: The password for your Guest Network. This is the key used by devices connecting to your Guest Network.
  • Page 38: Wi-Fi Protected Setup - Wps (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Wi-Fi Protected Setup – WPS (2.4GHz) WPS is a Wi-Fi feature created to make Wi-Fi setup simple and easy. Some wireless routers and adapters support this feature with varying names (i.e. one touch setup or WPS). You may enable WPS setup here by selecting the type of WPS setup you wish to use.
  • Page 39: User Access (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: User Access (2.4GHz) User Access allows you to deny access or allow access to specific users connecting to the network. Each networking device has a unique address called a MAC address (a 12 digit hex number). By inputting the MAC address into the field, you can define whether that device is allowed into your network allowed.
  • Page 40: Wireless Coverage Controls (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Wireless Coverage Controls (2.4GHz) Adjust the output power of the Range Extender to control the coverage distance of your 2.4GHz Extended Wireless Network. For a smaller coverage area you can select a lower output power. For the maximum wireless coverage select the 100% selection.
  • Page 41: Access Schedule (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Access Schedule (2.4GHz) Access Schedules will enable or disable your 2.4GHz wireless access at a set time based on your predefined schedule. This feature is often used for restricting access to all users (such as children, employees, guests) during specific times of the day for parental control or security reasons.
  • Page 42: Advanced Settings (2.4Ghz)

    2.4GHz Wi-Fi Settings: Advanced Settings (2.4GHz) Advanced Wireless Settings should only be adjusted by technically advanced users. It is not recommended that novice users adjust these settings to avoid degrading wireless performance.Here are a few definitions on some settings. Fragment Threshold: The Default and Recommended setting is at 2346, meaning the High Power Range Extender will never fragment any frames that it sends to wireless users.
  • Page 43: Usb Storage

    USB STORAGE USB Storage: Local Sharing Share a USB storage device with computers on the local network of the Extended Network Insert a USB storage device, such as a flash drive or external hard drive, to the USB port on the back or side of the Range Extender and follow the directions below for your operating system.
  • Page 44 Windows 7 and Vista To access the drive from your Windows desktop: Note: If the USB drive does not appear automatically under your Networked devices (Windows 7, Vista or Mac OS X), you will need to Map the Network Drive. Click the Start button...
  • Page 45 Windows XP To access the drive from your Windows desktop: Note: If the USB drive does not appear automatically under your Networked devices (Windows 7, Vista or Mac OS X), you will need to Map the Network Drive. Click the Start button b.
  • Page 46 Mac OS X To access the drive from your Mac desktop: Note: If the USB drive does not appear automatically under your Networked devices, you will need to Map your Network Drive (Instructions below). Open Finder b. On the left hand menu, under Shared, click AMPED_USB To Map the network drive: Open...
  • Page 47: Boostband™ Technology

    BOOSTBAND™ TECHNOLOGY BoostBand Technology is a feature that increases the overall speed and performance of the Range Extender by streamlining dual band network traffic through a single Wi-Fi frequency band between the Router and Range Extender. Doing so optimizes network traffic through the fastest available frequency band.
  • Page 48: Network Settings

    NETWORK SETTINGS Network Settings: IP Settings IP Address: The IP address of the Range Extender. Subnet Mask: The subnet of the Range Extender. Default Gateway: The access point to another network, normally the Range Extender or your router. DHCP: The Range Extender includes a feature to help manage the IP addresses within your Extended Network and with your Home Network automatically.
  • Page 49 DHCP Client Range: The range of IP addresses the Range Extender’s DHCP server will assign to users and devices connecting to the Range Extender. Static DHCP: You may set a static IP address within your DHCP network. The Range Extender will track the device via its MAC address and assign it a pre-defined IP address each time the device logs into the network.
  • Page 50: Wired Port Routing

    Network Settings: Wired Port Routing If the Range Extender is connected to a dual band router, the Range Extender will automatically route the traffic from the device connected to the Range Extender’s wired port through the 5.0GHz Home Network to access the web with the fastest speeds.
  • Page 51: Management Features

    MANAGEMENT FEATURES The Management features on the Range Extender allow you to view the status of your Range Extender and adjust other settings such as your System Clock, Passwords, and Firmware Upgrades among other administrative functions.
  • Page 52: Device Status

    Management: Device Status The System Status provides you with a snapshot of your Range Extender’s current connections and settings. System Information: This section provides you with information on the version and build time of your firmware. This is used to help our support department determine what firmware version your device is running.
  • Page 53 Connection State: The Connection State will say "Connected" when there are no problems with the connection to your Home Network. If the Connection State shows "Waiting for Keys" then the WPA/WPA2 security key you entered is incorrect. If the Connection State shows "Scanning" the Range Extender may be too far away from your home/office router.
  • Page 54: Network Statistics

    Management: Network Statistics These statistics show the data activity for each network connection. Connection to Home Network: This statistics shows the data activity for all upload and download data between the Home Network and the Range Extender. Extended Wireless Network: These statistics shows all data activity for all users connected wirelessly to the Range Extender.
  • Page 55: System Clock

    Management: System Clock Maintain the internal clock for the Range Extender by syncing with your computer’s time. Your system clock settings need to be accurate in order for logs and wireless access schedules to work correctly.
  • Page 56: System Logs

    System Logs are useful for viewing the activity and history of the Range Extender. The System Logs are also used by Amped Wireless Elite Support Concierges to help troubleshoot your Range Extender when needed. It is recommended that you enable all logs in the event that troubleshooting is required. All log entries are...
  • Page 57: Upgrade Firmware

    Manual Firmware Upgrade: In the case that the Range Extender does not have access to the Internet, you can manually upgrade the firmware by downloading the firmware file from the Amped Wireless Elite Support website. The firmware update is downloaded as a zip file and you will need to have an unzipping program to open the file.
  • Page 58 To manually upgrade your firmware: Download the file from www.ampedwireless.com/support and remember the location where you saved it. Firmware files may also be provided by Amped Wireless Elite Support Concierges. b. Click Choose File and locate the file. Click Upload to begin upgrading.
  • Page 59: Save/Reload Settings

    Management: Save/Reload Settings Saving your current settings allows you to back-up your current settings which may be reloaded at a later time. This feature may be useful for testing new features and settings without having to worry about returning to a stable platform.
  • Page 60: Password Settings

    Management: Password Settings By default, the Range Extender does not require a password to log on to the web menu. If you wish to enable a password to protect unauthorized access to the web menu and Setup Wizard, you may enter one here.
  • Page 61: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Wireless Standard: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Antennas: 4 x Detachable High Gain 5dBi Frequency Band: 2.4GHz/5GHz Wireless Speed: 2.4GHz: 800Mbps (Tx/Rx) Dual Band Antennas 5GHz: 1733Mbps (Tx/Rx) 4 x Reverse SMA Connector Amplifier: 4 x 2.4GHz Amplifier Port: 4 x 5GHz Amplifier ...
  • Page 62: Default Settings

    DEFAULT SETTINGS The default settings for your Range Extender are listed here. If for some reason you need to return your Range Extender back to default settings, hold down the Reset button on the back panel for 10 seconds. The Range Extender will reset back to factory settings as listed below: IP Address: 192.168.1.240 Web Menu Access:...
  • Page 63: Troubleshooting & Support Information

    TROUBLESHOOTING & SUPPORT INFORMATION We are here to help. If you have any issues with your Range Extender, please contact us. To contact Amped Wireless Elite Support use one of the following methods: Phone: 888-573-8820 Email: techsupport@ampedwireless.com Web: www.ampedwireless.com/support...
  • Page 64: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The tips in this guide are listed in order of relevance. Try solution (a) before trying solution (b), etc. Troubleshooting: Web Menu Access Issues I entered http://setup.ampedwireless.com and it failed to open the Web Menu. Make sure your computer is connected to the Range Extender’s Wi-Fi network: Amped_AthenaEX_2.4 or Amped_AthenaEX_5.0 b.
  • Page 65 I could NEVER log on to the Range Extender wirelessly. Check that your wireless adapter supports WPA2 or WPA wireless security. If it does not then you will need to change the wireless security on the Range Extender. Go to the Web Menu, select Wireless Settings and then Wireless Security.
  • Page 66 (10) seconds then let go. After the Range Extender has fully reset, use an Ethernet cable and connect to the Range Extender. Login to the Web Menu at http://setup.ampedwireless.com and run through the Wizard.
  • Page 67 Troubleshooting: Home Network Connection Issues I cannot connect to my Home Network. I received an error when running the Setup Wizard. Your Home Network may be secured. Double check that you have the correct security key to connect to the Home Network. b.
  • Page 68 I cannot find my Home Network when scanning for wireless networks in the Setup Wizard. The Range Extender may be out of range. Move the Range Extender closer towards the wireless router and try the Setup Wizard again from the Web Menu. It is recommended that your Home Network shows a signal strength of 70% or greater in the Setup Wizard SCAN results.
  • Page 69 b. The connection to your Home Network may have been dropped or the router settings may have changed. Changes to the router could be a result of several events, such as a power outage. When this occurs, connect to the Range Extender and access the setup menu using the web address: http://setup.ampedwireless.com.
  • Page 70 If you cannot access the setup menu, check to see that your Range Extender is still on. Reboot the Range Extender by unplugging the power adapter and plugging it back in. Check to see if your connection has been reestablished by viewing a website. If you do not have a connection, log on to http://setup.ampedwireless.com and configure a new Home Network connection.
  • Page 71 I cannot find any wireless networks (Home Networks) to repeat. The Range Extender may be out of range. Move the Range Extender closer towards the wireless router and try the Setup Wizard again from the Web Menu. b. The antennas on your Range Extender may be loose. Tighten the antenna connections and try again. Check that the antennas are connected securely to the antenna connectors.
  • Page 72 I can no longer connect to the Range Extender wirelessly. Power on and off the Range Extender and try again. b. The connection to the Home Network may be down. Use an Ethernet cable and connect directly to the Range Extender. Access http://setup.ampedwireless.com and run through the Setup Wizard again.
  • Page 73 To achieve 802.11ac Wi-Fi speeds for your extended network, it is necessary to extend an 802.11ac Wi- Fi router. Check that your home router is an 802.11ac router. Extending a router with slower Wi-Fi speeds, such as 802.11b/g/n will result in slower Wi-Fi speeds for your extended network. Network devices connected to the wired ports of the Range Extender do not have Internet access.
  • Page 74 Troubleshooting: Wireless Issues I am only getting 3 or 4 wireless signal bars on my wireless computer and I am within 10 feet of the Range Extender. Step back at least 10 feet from the Range Extender and check your signal again. The Range Extender emits high power, long range Wi-Fi signals that may confuse your wireless adapter signal reading at close range.
  • Page 75 Check the connections of the Antennas to the Range Extender. Tighten them if necessary. d. Adjust the Antennas of the Range Extender in different angles. The wireless channel that your network is using may be congested. Change the channel for your router’s 2.4GHz network or 5GHz network.
  • Page 76 Troubleshooting: USB Storage and Web Menu Feature Issues I cannot access my USB storage device after I plug it into the range extender. Follow the instructions below for your operating system. Windows 7 and Vista To access the drive from your Windows desktop: Note: If the USB drive does not appear automatically under your Networked devices (Windows 7, Vista or Mac OS X), you will need to Map the Network Drive.
  • Page 77 Windows XP To access the drive from your Windows desktop: Note: If the USB drive does not appear automatically under your Networked devices (Windows 7, Vista or Mac OS X), you will need to Map the Network Drive. Click the Start button.
  • Page 78 Make sure your USB storage device is not corrupted and is working properly and try again. Additional USB Storage troubleshooting tips may be available online at the Amped Wireless Elite Support Center. Please check the Elite Support Center for the latest updates and features for USB Storage support.
  • Page 79 My Wireless Access Schedule is being erratic and not working at the correct times. You need to adjust your Time Zone Settings from the Management Web Menu page. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is not working. Push button configuration does not detect the connection. The Range Extender supports WPS connections however some companies may use proprietary code for their own push button configurations.
  • Page 80: Warranty And Regulatory Information

    The Amped Wireless (A division of Newo Corporation, Inc.) Limited Warranty Warranty Period: The Amped Wireless Limited Warranty is for one (1) year from the date of purchase for new products. Refurbished products carry the Limited Warranty for thirty (30) days after the date of purchase.
  • Page 81 A dated proof of original purchase and the RMA number is required to process warranty claims. You are responsible for properly packaging and shipping the product at your cost and risk to Amped Wireless. The bearer of cost related to shipping repaired or replaced product back to the purchaser will be at the sole...
  • Page 82 Amped Wireless and determined based on the details of each RMA case. Customers outside of the United States of America are responsible for all shipping and handling costs including custom duties, taxes and all other related charges. Technical Support: The Amped Wireless Limited Warranty is not related to the terms, conditions and policies of Amped Wireless Elite Support offerings.
  • Page 83 Regulatory Information FCC Statement and Declaration: Amped Wireless declares that this device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. Operation of this device is subject to the following two (2) conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 84 Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. FCC Caution and Safety Notices: Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 85 FCC Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator & your body. The antennas used for this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
  • Page 86 Industry Canada Statement: This Class B digital apparatus complies with RSS-247 and ICES-003 of the Industry Canada Rules. This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation of this device is subject to the following two (2) conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 87 The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the band 5725-5850 MHz shall be such that the equipment still complies with the e.i.r.p. limits specified for point-to-point and non-point-to-point operation as appropriate. This device has been designed to operate with an antenna having a maximum gain of 4.03 dBi and 4 dBi at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz respectively.
  • Page 88 Déclaration d’Industrie Canada : Cet appareil numérique de classe B est conforme aux réglementations RSS- 247 et ICES-003 d’Industrie Canada. Le present appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. Le fonctionnement de cet appareil est sujet aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) Cet appareil ne peut pas causer de brouillage préjudiciable (2) Cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y compris les interférences pouvant provoquer un...
  • Page 89 Le gain maximal d’antenne permis (pour les dispositifs utilisant la bande 5725-5850 MHz) doit se conformer a la limite de p.i.r.e. specifiee pour l’exploitation point a point et non point a point, selon le cas. Cet appareil a été concu pour fonctionner avec une antenne ayant un gain maximum de 4,03 dBi et 4 dBi sur les bandes 2.4GHz et 5 GHz respectivement.
  • Page 90: Legal Notices & Disclaimers

    LEGAL NOTICES & DISCLAIMERS Copyright Information and Trademark Usage Guidelines © 2016 Amped Wireless / Newo Corporation. All rights reserved. Amped Wireless, Newo Corporation, and the Amped Wireless logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Newo Corporation. All non-Amped Wireless trademarks, logos, brands and products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 91 The Amped Wireless logo requires permission for use. For use of the Amped Wireless logo, please email legal@ampedwireless.com. Use of Amped Wireless' trademarks requires the use of the proper trademark symbol in all usage cases.
  • Page 92 Amped Wireless product, damages resulting from use of or reliance on information present, even with prior notice to Amped Wireless. All non-Amped Wireless trademarks, logos, brands and products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 93 Software, including but not limited to any Open Source Software, is solely at your own risk. Amped Wireless is not responsible for any such modification or tampering. Amped Wireless will not support or warrant any product in which you have or have attempted to modify the Software provided by Amped Wireless.
  • Page 94 AMPED WIRELESS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO THE PURCHASER’S COMPUTER SYSTEM OR DATA. All title and copyrights in and to the Software and any copies thereof are owned by Amped Wireless or its partners/suppliers. All title and intellectual property rights in and to the content which may be accessed through use of the Software is the property of the respective content owner and may be protected by applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties.
  • Page 95 This section describes how you agree to resolve any disputes with Amped Wireless regarding these Terms of Use or your purchase of any product from Amped Wireless and your use of that product. You and Amped Wireless agree to the following resolution process.
  • Page 96 AAA Rules. If your claim against Amped Wireless is for less than $10,000, Amped Wireless will pay all arbitration fees. If your claim against Amped Wireless is for $10,000 or more, you are responsible for paying your own portion of the fees set forth in the AAA’s fee schedule for consumer disputes, and Amped Wireless will pay all remaining...
  • Page 97 As an exception to this arbitration agreement, Amped Wireless is happy to give you the right to pursue in small claims court any claim that is within that court's jurisdiction as long as you proceed only on an individual basis.
  • Page 98 888-573-8820 e-mail techsupport@ampedwireless.com www.ampedwireless.com Amped Wireless A Division of Newo Corporation Copyright © 2016 Amped Wireless / Newo Corporation. All rights reserved. Amped Wireless, Newo Corporation, and the Amped Wireless Logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Newo Corporation.

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