Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Building-to-Building Network Bridge (2-Pack)

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Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Building-to-Building Network Bridge (2-Pack)

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Key Features
  • Link Two Networks Across Buildings
  • Wireless 60 GHz for Up to 1.7+ Gb/s
  • 5 GHz Redundant Backup Connection
  • Line-of-Sight Range Up to 1640' Away
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The UniFi Building-to-Building Network Bridge from Ubiquiti Networks is engineered to be an easy solution for connecting two separate buildings' networks, and achieving gigabit speeds in the process. This 2-pack of radios include a pole mounting kit for installation on each building's rooftop. Each radio is aimed at each other to connect networks over a 60 GHz signal for up to 1.7+ Gb/s bi-directional speeds.
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Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2LED Alignment
  • 35 GHz Redundancy
  • 4Gigabit PoE Power
  • 5Long Range
  • 6UniFi Network Controller
  • 7Additional Features

The UniFi Building-to-Building Network Bridge from Ubiquiti Networks is engineered to be an easy solution for connecting two separate buildings' networks, and achieving gigabit speeds in the process. This 2-pack of radios include a pole mounting kit for installation on each building's rooftop. Each radio is aimed at each other to connect networks over a 60 GHz signal for up to 1.7+ Gb/s bi-directional speeds.

LED Alignment

The bridge radios require direct line-of-sight to connect to each other, and the built-in LED rings on each radio give you a visual indicator of where to aim each one. If the radios are mis-aligned, more of the ring will light red. As the radios pick up each other's signal, the rings turn blue. A solid blue ring on each radio means they are positioned correctly.

5 GHz Redundancy

In order to achieve speeds of up to 1.7+ Gb/s, the radios utilize a 60 GHz signal to transmit information. At 60 GHz, the signal can attenuate due to solid objects or inclement weather getting in the way. This is why Ubiquiti added a more robust 5 GHz redundant backup signal for the radios to use if needed, but if used, networking speeds will be diminished.

Gigabit PoE Power

The radios have a single Gigabit PoE connection for information and power, helping you setup the bridge connection in minutes.

Long Range

With a clear line-of-sight, the UniFi Building-to-Building Network Bridge can link two networks together from up to 1640' away.

UniFi Network Controller

This kit can be monitored and setup via the UniFi Network Controller app for iOS and Android devices. UniFi Network Controller lets you control an entire end-to-end system of network devices across different locations from a single interface.

Additional Features

Wall mountable with an optional kit
Durable UV-resistant polycarbonate shell
UPC: 817882029650

Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Specs

Antenna Gain5 GHz: 2 dBi
60 GHz: 10 dBi / 17.2 dBi
Maximum TX Power25 dBm (5 GHz)
Networking Interface10/100/1000 Ethernet
Bluetooth
EnclosureUV-Resistant Polycarbonate
PoESupports Power Method 802.3af
Passive Power over Ethernet (48 V)
Power SupplyUniFi PoE Switch
48 V, 0.32 A Gigabit PoE Adapter (Included)
Max Power Consumption11 W
Wind Loading56 N @ 200 km/h (12.5 lbf @ 125 mph)
Wind Survivability200 km/h (125 mph)
MountingPole (Kit Included)
Wall (Kit Not Included)
ESD/EMP Protection±24 kV (Contact/Air)
Operating Temperature-40 to 158°F / -40 to 70°C
Operating Humidity5 to 95% (Noncondensing)
CertificationsCD, FCC, and IC
Operating FrequenciesWorldwide: 5150 to 5875 MHz
Worldwide: 57,000 to 66,000 MHz
US/CA: U-NII-1: 5150 to 5250 MHz
US/CA: U-NII-3: 5725 to 5850 MHz
US/CA: 57,000 to 66,000 MHz
Bluetooth FrequencyWorldwide: 2400 to 2483.5 MHz
Dimensions5.5 x 5.5 x 3.5" / 14.0 x 14.0 x 9.0 cm
Weight13.3 oz / 376.0 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.605 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 6.8 x 6.5"
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