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Re: Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

GPFisher
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Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

In the User Manual for the EX2700 (http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/EX2700/EX2700_UM_EN.pdf), it mentions that the operating temperature is 32f to 140f on page 43.  It also mentions that the operating temperature is 0c to 40c on the same page. The issue is that 140f does not equal 40c, but rather 60c.

 

Can anybody from Netgear please clarify this? I have purchased some units for use in environements that run about 130f.

Model: EX2700|N300 WiFi Range Extender
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DexterJB
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Re: Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

Hi @GPFisher,

 

Yes, I have forwarded this to the right department and the documentation will be corrected. The correct information is 32f to 140f (0c to 60c).

 

Regards,

 

Dexter

Community Team

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DexterJB
NETGEAR Moderator

Re: Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

Hi @GPFisher,

 

Welcome to the community!

 

Let me check on this.

 

Regards,

 

Dexter

Community Team

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GPFisher
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Re: Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

@DexterJB, have you heard anything about this yet? I noticed that the documentation still has conflicting information.

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DexterJB
NETGEAR Moderator

Re: Documentation discrepancy - EX2700

Hi @GPFisher,

 

Yes, I have forwarded this to the right department and the documentation will be corrected. The correct information is 32f to 140f (0c to 60c).

 

Regards,

 

Dexter

Community Team

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GPFisher
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Thanks!

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