WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE JRS ROUTERS?
Here is an overview of the differences between the JRS routers. If you'd like more information about the routers, click here →
The JRS Eco 100 D2 has removable antennas, making it possible to deploy additional attenuators (optional). This reduces the range of the D2 to about 10 meters, reducing radiation even further, to e.g. only one room.
The JRS Eco 100 D2 has a separate WPS on/off push button on the side. On the D1, the WPS button can function as a wifi on/off push button.
The D2 is an upright model, and the D1 is a tabletop model. The D1 has 2 screw holes for wall mounting on the bottom.
The JRS Eco 100 D1 and D2 routers are otherwise identical and both have a Full Eco standby mode with 0% electromagnetic emission. And when the wifi is active, they have a 90% reduced beacon pulse rate.
Measured with Speedtest.net (real speed), the JRS Eco 100 D1 and D2 models both offer 400+ Mb/s. These are real measured throughput speeds, not theoretical values like ‘AC1900’. You can check the speed of your Internet connection yourself at Speedtest.net.
The JRS Eco 100 D1 and D2 models are both dual band, meaning they transmit on two frequencies: 2.4 and 5 Gigahertz. This allows for faster speeds. You can disable the 5 GHz if you want to minimise radiation, if desired.
Wifi routers and modems put out radiation 24 hours a day, even when you are not using the Internet. They broadcast so-called beacon signals with the name of the network, 10 times a second. So the biggest 24-hour EMF emitter is in your own home. The unique JRS® Eco 100 wireless router automatically switches to Full Eco stand-by mode, reducing radiation to zero, when you turn off wifi on your computer and phone. When you reconnect to the wifi, the JRS Eco 100 router automatically switches the signal on again.