Deco M5 uses mesh technology to cover your entire home in powerful Wi-Fi. With multiple units working together seamlessly, Deco M5 creates a home network like nothing you've ever experienced.
No More Dead Zones
Deco M5 is a great modular system. For small homes (up to 100m2) 1 unit may be enough. Mid sized homes (100-175m2) should be able to be covered by 2 units and anything larger (up to 420m2) can be covered by 3. If you're unsure or your home is larger please get in touch!
Every Deco unit acts like a router to keep your Wi-Fi running fast, and a Deco M5 system can keep 100-plus devices connected at once.*
One Network, One Name
With Deco M5, you can walk from room to room with your smartphone or tablet and stay connected on a single Wi-Fi network.
A MORE SECURE WIFI SYSTEM
Deco M5 protects your personal data and every connected device from online threats like viruses and malware. The system also makes it easy to customize WiFi access for guests and family.
- Advanced WPA2 Security
- Antivirus Powered by HomeCare
- Robust Family WiFi Controls
WIFI MADE EASY
Deco M5 adjusts automatically to give you the best connections when you add devices or walk around the house.
Set up in minutes through the Deco app, and never fear—Deco M5 works with any modem or ISP.
When paired with Alexa, you can control Deco M5 with simple voice commands.
In just a few taps, monitor and manage your WiFi settings at home or away with the Deco app.
- Processor: Quad-core CPU
- AC adaptor Input: 12 V/1.2 A
- AC adaptor Input: 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz 0.4A
- Dimensions: 120mm diameter x 38mm depth
- Bluetooth version: 4.2 and above
- Wi-Fi Frequency: 2.5 GHz and 5 GHz
- Signal rate: 400Mbps on 2.4 GHz, 867 Mbps on 5 GHz
- Smartphone requirements: iOS 8.0 or later, Android 4.3 or later
What's in the Box:
- Deco m5 unit
- RJ45 Ethernet Cable
- Power Adapter (per unit purchased)
Was struggling with the standard network supplied router and wifi access throughout the home. Especially during lockdown with both parents and 3 children on the internet during the day. Zoom and MS Teams would cut out. Now with the mesh, we have a single SSID and no "dropped" connections throughout the split level home (4 levels).
I am using one set of these across a 5 bedroom house, plus above garage sleepout and downstairs rumpus and they are achieving decent coverage throughout. They were east to set up and they work miles better then WiFi repeaters. We may get a second set to improve coverage and signal fidelity. We have had some minor trouble with Zoom meetings in some cases, but it could have also been a different issue. All in all, I am really impressed with these.
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