Point-to-point preconfigured wireless outdoor bridge
The APX-120N5 by Antaira is a point-to-point preconfigured pair of units designed for rapid deployment in wireless bridge applications and features an IP67 waterproof housing and an adjustable antenna elevation.
The APX-120N5 by Antaira is a point-to-point preconfigured pair of units designed for rapid deployment in wireless bridge applications. The units feature preloaded software that will allow the units to automatically connect to each other upon power up and immediately begin passing data. The pair of units has preloaded information that includes IP addresses, ESSID name and WPA2 security information.
Each unit's connection interface is 1xRJ45 - 10/100 Base T(x). Each unit has a built-in 19 dBi@5 GHz with dual-polarization antenna that supports long distance communication. The units have an adjustable antenna elevation and users can take advantage of an internal antenna alignment tool through the web console.
The APX-120N5 also features an IP67 waterproof housing that is created out of ABS flame retardant plastic. It has an operating temperature range of -20 to 70 C and can withstand an ambient relative humidity of 5 to 95% (non-condensing).
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