Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation locoM2 Indoor/Outdoor airMAX CPE

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Ubiquiti Networks
Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation locoM2 Indoor/Outdoor airMAX CPE
Key Features
  • Atheros MIPS 4KC, 180 MHz Processor
  • 16MB SDRAM, 4MB Flash Memory
  • 1 x 10/100 BASE-TX Ethernet Interface
  • 8dBi Antenna
The NanoStation locoM2 Indoor/Outdoor airMAX CPE from Ubiquiti Networks is a cost-effective and reliable solution for high performance. It features up to 10km of range performance, 25+Mb/s of throughput performance, an intuitive AirOS by Ubiquiti. The NanoStation Loco also features broadband wireless CPE technology. NanoStation5 Loco exhibits optimal antenna performance.
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Ubiquiti Networks LOCOM2 Overview

The NanoStation locoM2 Indoor/Outdoor airMAX CPE from Ubiquiti Networks is a cost-effective and reliable solution for high performance. It features up to 10km of range performance, 25+Mb/s of throughput performance, an intuitive AirOS by Ubiquiti. The NanoStation Loco also features broadband wireless CPE technology. NanoStation5 Loco exhibits optimal antenna performance.

UPC: 810354020148

Ubiquiti Networks LOCOM2 Specs

Wireless
Wireless Frequency Bands2.4 GHz
Sensitivity-72 to -95 dBm
Antenna Gain8 dBi
Transmit Power15 to 20 dBm
Interface
Ports1 x 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet (RJ45)
Throughput150 Mb/s Total
 
Hardware
RAM16 MB
Storage Capacity4 MB
Processor180 MHz MIPS 4KC
Electrical
DC Input Power VDC at 0.5 A
Environmental
Operating Temperature-4 to 158°F / -20 to 70°C
Operating Humidity5 to 95%
General
CertificationsRoHS, as per Manufacturer
Dimensions6.4 x 3.1 x 1.2" / 16.3 x 8 x 3.1 cm
Weight0.4 lb / 0.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.55 x 3.8 x 3.2"
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