Ubiquiti NanoStation 5AC Loco PoE
Ubiquiti NanoStation 5AC Loco - NS-5ACL with PoE
By DPD On 20th Aug 2019
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
• Versatile Mounting: Suitable for indoor and outdoor installations
• Improved Surge Protection: The NanoStation AC loco utilises the latest ESD Protection to help protect against power surges.
• Efficient Footprint: The radio and antenna are combined into a single body that takes up minimal space.
• Quick Installation: No fasteners are required for pole-mounting.
• Dual Ethernet Connectivity: The NanoStation AC provides a secondary Ethernet port with software-enabled PoE. Use this port to conveniently power an external device, such as a PoE security camera, for seamless IP video integration.
• Management Wi-Fi Radio: Each NanoStation AC model integrates a separate Wi-Fi radio for fast and easy setup using your mobile device.
• Now with airOS 8: airOS 8 provides powerful features, including airMAX ac protocol support, real-time RF analytics, and an all-new design for enhanced usability. Features Powerful Wireless Features:
• Access Point PtMP airMAX Mixed Mode.
• airMAX ac Protocol Support
• Long-Range Point-to-Point (PtP) Link Mode
• Selectable Channel Width;
• PtP: 10/20/30/40/50/60/80 MHz
• PtMP: 10/20/30/40 MHz
• Automatic Channel Selection
• Transmit Power Control: Automatic/Manual
• Automatic Distance Selection (ACK Timing)
• Strongest WPA2 Security
• Dimensions: 179 x 77.5 x 59.1 mm
• Weight: 180 g
• Power Supply: 24V, 0.5A Gigabit PoE Supply (Sold Separately)
• Max. Power Consumption: 8.5W
• Power Method: Passive PoE (Pairs 4, 5+; 7, 8 Return)
• Gain: 13 dBi
• Networking Interface: 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Port
• Channel Bandwidths: 10/20/30/40/50/60/80 MHz
• Processor Specs: Atheros MIPS 74Kc, 560 MHz
• Memory: 64 MB DDR2
• Cross-pol Isolation: 20 dB Minimum
• Max. VSWR: 1.8:1
• Beamwidth: 45 (H-pol) / 45 (V-pol) / 45 (Elevation)
• Polarisation: Dual Linear
• Enclosure: Outdoor UV Stabilized Plastic
• LEDs: (1) Power
• Mounting: Pole-Mount (Kit Included)
• Operating Temperature: -40 to 70C
• Operating Humidity: 5 to 95% Noncondensing
• RoHS Compliance: Yes
• ESD/EMP Protection: +-24kV Contact/Air
• Shock & Vibration: ETSI300-019-1.4
• Certifications: CE, FCC, IC
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Compatible Internet Connections||Existing WiFi Network|
|Network Ports||1 x RJ45 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) BaseT for LAN|
|Total LAN Connections||1|
|Total WAN Connections|
|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance||n/a|
|Wireless Speed||450 Mbps|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Router/Modem Processor||Atheros MIPS 74Kc, 560 MHz|
|Internal RAM Memory||64MB|
|Internal RAM Memory Type||DDR2|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption||unknown W|
|Security & VPN|
|Dimensions||84 x 257 x 30 mm (WxHxD)|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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