EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point

EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point

EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
2023-11-28 07:00:43 - last edited 2023-11-28 09:04:06

This Article Applies to EAP770/EAP783

Hi Everyone,


We’re excited to announce the official launch of EAP770/EAP783 here!

 

EAP770/EAP783, the Omada BE11000/BE19000 Ceiling Mount Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Access Point, come with their ultra-thin and grooved design, as the first batch of Omada Wi-Fi 7 products. In a size of 220mm × 32 mm, they fit any modern office, hospital, and mall while providing a lightning-fast Wi-Fi experience, powered by the latest Wi-Fi 7 technology, such as Multi-Link Operation(MLO), 4K-QAM, Multi-RU, etc.

 

EAP770 and EAP783 are the same in most aspects, except the amount of Ethernet ports and maximum link speed.

 

                                                                                                Learn more about Wi-Fi 7

 

Product Overview

 

  • BE11000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 (For EAP770):
    • 5760 Mbps (6 GHz) + 4320 Mbps (5 GHz) + 574 Mbps (2.4 GHz). Buffering will no longer be a problem.
  • BE19000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 (For EAP783):
    • 11520 Mbps (6 GHz) + 5760 Mbps (5 GHz) + 1376 Mbps (2.4 GHz). Buffering will no longer be a problem.

 

  • 1× 10G Port (For EAP770):
    • Unlock the full potential of Wi-Fi 7.  
  • 2× 10G Port (For EAP783):
    • Unlock the full potential of Wi-Fi 7.

 

  • Clear 6 GHz Band:
    • Brings cleaner and wider band resources to your Wi-Fi.

   

  • 320 MHz Bandwidth:
    • Up to 320 MHz bandwidth enables many more simultaneous transmissions at the fastest possible speeds.‡

   

  • Low Latency and Interference:  
    • Multi-Link Operation, and Multi-RUs ensure high performance of your network.‡

   

  • Advanced Functions:
    • Supports centralized management, mesh, and AI roaming.△

   

  • Integrated into Omada SDN:
    • Supports Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP), Centralized Cloud Management, and Intelligent Monitoring.*


                                                             Learn more about Omada SDN>​

 

Maximum wireless signal rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. The 320 MHz bandwidth is only available on the 6 GHz band. Simultaneously, the 320 MHz bandwidth on the 6 GHz band and 160 MHz bandwidth on the 5 GHz band may be unavailable in some regions/countries due to regulatory restrictions. Double channel width and speed refer to 320 MHz compared to 160 MHz for WiFi 6 routers. Actual wireless data throughput, wireless coverage, and connected devices are not guaranteed and will vary as a result of internet service provider factors, network conditions, client limitations, and environmental factors, including building materials, obstacles, volume and density of traffic, and client location.

Use of Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be), Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), and features including Multi-Link Operation (MLO), 320 MHz Bandwidth, 6 GHz, 4K-QAM, Multi-RUs, OFDMA, MU-MIMO and BSS Color requires clients to also support the corresponding features.

*Zero-Touch Provisioning and Auto Channel Selection and Power Adjustment require the use of Omada Cloud-Based Controller. Go to /en/omada-cloud-based-controller/product-list/ to confirm which models are compatible with Omada Cloud-Based Controller.

**The actual capacity depends on the wireless environment and client traffic and is generally less than the maximum number of client connections.

Omada Mesh, AI Roaming, Captive Portal, and Cloud Access require the use of an Omada SDN controller.  Please refer to the User Guides of Omada SDN controllers for configuration methods.

 

Highlight Feature

 

  • Power Save: When the feature is enabled, EAP would set aside one antenna for power-saving purposes. There are two triggering methods, time-based and frequency-based triggering. The former involves setting a specific time period during which the device gets into power-saving status; while the latter triggers when there are no user associations within a designated idle time.

 

  • Smart Power Consumption Management: EAP783, for the best performance, is recommended to be powered with 802.3 bt standard PoE or 12V/2.5A DC power supply. However, it also works with backward PoE versions, with different performances:
    • 22.4W (802.3 at) with decreased 6GHz power.
    • 10.1W(802.3af) with radios off and only main chip and LAN functional.

 

 

Hardware Feature

 

  • For EAP770

 

Features

Specifications

Interface

1x 10Gbps Ethernet Port

Button

Reset

Power Supply

• 802.3bt PoE
• 12V/2.5A DC

Power Consumption

Support Smart Power Consumption Management
• 25.94 W (802.3bt, full functionality)
• 22.57 W (12/2.5A, full functionality)
• 23.4 W (802.3at decrease 6GHz Power)
• 10.1 W (802.3af, radio off, only main chip and LAN working)

Dimensions ( W x D x H )

8.7 × 8.7 × 1.3 in (220 × 220 × 32.5 mm)

Antenna Type

• 2.4 GHz: 2× 3.0 dBi
• 5 GHz: 2× 3.0 dBi
• 6 GHz: 2× 3.0 dBi

Bluetooth

1 × 4.0 dBi, Bluetooth 5.2
*Firmware update may be required.

Mounting

Ceiling / Wall mounting (Kits Included)

 

Check out the Datasheet or Specifications from TP-Link official website for more parameters about the EAP770 product.

 

  • For EAP783

 

Features

Specifications

LAN Interfaces

2x 10Gbps Ethernet Ports

Power Supply

• 802.3bt PoE++ 
• 12V DC

Mounting

Ceiling / Wall mounting (Kits Included)

 

Check out the Datasheet or Specifications from TP-Link official website for more parameters about the EAP783 product.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q1. What is the power requirement of the EAP770/EAP783?


EAP770/EAP783 needs 802.3bt class PoE or 12V DC power supply to be fully functional.

     

Q2. Why are the EU version and the US version have different power requirements?

 

Due to the regulation difference in Europe (CE) and America (FCC), the maximum transmit power (or EIRP) is different. So the power consumption is different between the EU and the US. Generally, US versions consume more power.

 

Q3. What does the Bluetooth module of the EAP use for?

 

Currently, no features require Bluetooth. The module would be applied when new features need its support.

     

Q4.  Are my Wi-Fi 6E devices able to connect to a 6GHz Wi-Fi based on Wi-Fi 7 standard?

 

Wi-Fi 6E devices can connect to 6GHz frequency(with or without MLO enabled) from Wi-Fi 7 EAP, but are not able to enjoy Wi-Fi 7 features, such as 4K-QAM, 320MHz channel width, MLO network, etc.

 

Q5.  About the Power Save feature, is it possible to enable two triggering methods?

 

Yes, and the time triggering would take priority. With or without wireless associations, the EAP only enables one antenna under power-saving mode. Beyond the set time, frequency triggering takes over.

 

Q6. When will the EAP770/EAP783 be available in my region? What's the price of the EAP770/EAP783?

 

This thread is mainly aimed to introduce the features of the new product. We don't have further insights into the availability or price of a specific product in certain regions. Different regions may have different sales strategies, you may check the online store or contact the local sales for the actual arrival and price of the product.

 

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Welcome to share your opinions with the community and Ask about anything that you're interested in with this new launch!

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Re:EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
2023-11-28 19:26:51

  @Hank21 

 

This is def an awesome looking product!  

I can not teach anyone anything - I can only make them think - Socrates
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Re:EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
2024-01-14 05:32:20

Okay, what are the real-world test speeds of 5 and 6ghz with this device?

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Re:EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
2024-01-15 02:06:05

 Hi @voltagex,

 

As it says in this article that the actual wireless data throughput, wireless coverage, and connected devices are not guaranteed and will vary as a result of internet service provider factors, network conditions, client limitations, and environmental factors, including building materials, obstacles, volume and density of traffic, and client location. Only data under ideal circumstances are provided here. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.

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Re:EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
2 weeks ago

Hi - it says above that it can be powered by 802.3at "22.4W (802.3 at) with decreased 6GHz power"

 

I've got one here to test and all I am getting is:

 

How do i fix this within Omada Controller?

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a week ago

Hi @shanelord,

 

Please replace the power supply first.

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a week ago

  @Hank21 Hi. The problem is not a power supply I can change I was using a switch with 802.11at power. 

 

I've upgraded to a switch with 10gig supporting PoE++ (802.11bt) and it is working fine now - but it would not power up with active radios on 802.11at 

 

 

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Re:EAP770/EAP783, The First Tri-Band Wi-Fi 7 Omada Access Point
a week ago

  @Hank21 

hi is there any new model for outdoor ap's or eap 200 series sir? 

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