Plume Pods Extends Internet Access in Your Home

Unless you’ve hardwired cables from your computer to your router to use internet, there’s a good chance your connection is done through WiFi – facility allowing computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly within a particular area. The good thing about WiFi is that you can connect to the internet without any wires. The bad thing, though, is that if you’re not within a reasonable distance from the WiFi router, you get spotty internet. Plume is looking to alleviate you from spotty internet through the PODS. The Plume PODS can be easily plugged into any electrical outlet and, after its been set up, the real “magic” begins:

Tech Specs

WiFi Interfaces
Dual band, simultaneously operating 2.4GHz and 5GHz 2×2 MIMO 802.11b/g/n/ac radios
Operating bandwidths of 20/40MHz for 2.4GHz and 20/40/80MHz for 5GHz
AC1200 Gigabit WiFi (300 + 867 Mbps)

Wireless Onboarding Interface
Bluetooth® Smart Ready

WiFi Channels
1 to 11 for US and Canada
1 to 13 Rest of world

5GHz Non-DFS
36 to 48 and 149 to 161 for US and Canada
36 to 48 Rest of world

52 to 64, 100 to 112 and 132 to 144

Authentication and Encryption

Firewall and Gateway
SPI, NAT and local DHCP server, VPN Passthrough

WMM, DSCP and 802.1p

Wireless Networks
Personal and Guest SSIDs (coming soon), each covering both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands

Operating Requirements
Temperature: 32 – 95 F (0 – 35C)
Humidity: 10% – 90% relative
Power: 110 – 240VAC 50/60Hz

Modes of Operation
Gateway with NAT and firewall or Bridge operation

Plug Types
US, EU and UK (more info in Support)
Plugs directly into wall

Ethernet Port
100/1000 GbE operating as WAN or LAN
One port per Pod

Physical Specifications
Dimensions: 2.5” x 2.3” x 1.3”
(64 mm x 58 mm x 34 mm), not including plug
Weight: 3.17 ounces (90 g)

Setup and Monitoring
Quick setup and comprehensive monitoring via iOS and Android™ mobile apps

1 year limited warranty

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