ByAdeline Belluz 2018-01-26 21419
This WR03 WIFI repeater user manual has detailed instructions on how to use the WIFI repeater, read it carefully before setting your repeater.
The coverage rage of the WR03 portable repeater is 30 - 50 meters, which can improve wireless coverage in all WLAN networks.
No, it can't. This WR03 wireless repeater supports AP mode.
The repeater supports AC 100 - 240V, which means the device can be used at any country with the right plug (you can refer to the Worldwide plug and socket type checklist to check your country's voltage).
Make sure that you have plugged the power cable properly. If you plug the device into an effective socket firmly, but the power indicator doesn't on, maybe the repeater has something wrong.
The WIFI repeater keeps losing connection is because:
● You change the settings of your main router / source router.
● Too many WIFI enabled devices connect to the main router, which causes the repeater needs to compete with other devices while connecting. Therefore, disconnect some devices from your router.
● Too much interference around the device: obstacles between the devices, other networks use the same channel as your WIFI network, electronics emit radio frequency, etc. To solve this problem, you can try to remove the obstacles, enable channel switch automatically on your router, unplug hardly used appliances.
Long press the RESET button for 10 seconds to factory reset your repeater, then open the browser on your device and enter "http://192.168.10.1" in the address bar of your browser.
For Gearbest customers: If you've purchased WR03 portable wireless repeater from us and still has problem, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Just fill in the ticket with your questions at our Support Center and send it to us. We will do our best to deal with your problem as soon as possible.
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