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Ubiquiti airMAX Omni Antenna / AMO-2G10 | 2.4GHz, 360°, 10dBi

Item number: ART5366

This 2x2 MIMO omni antenna from Ubiquiti Networks has a gain of 10 dBi and supports all common WiFi Standars in the 2.4 GHz frequency range that can cover a large area with WiFi signal. Designed with two RP-SMA female connectors. The enclosure is weatherproof and is in- and outdoor usable. A beamwidth of 360° horizontal and 360° vertical and dimensions of 103cm x 12.2cm x 8.4cm with a weight of 2100g.

Category: 2.4 GHz Omni Antennas


166,99 €

including 19% VAT. , (Sperrgut)

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airMAX Omni is a Carrier Class 2x2 Dual Polarity MIMO Omnidirectional Antenna that was designed to seamlessly integrate with RocketM2 radios (Rocket M2 sold separately).

Pair the RocketM2 radio with the airMAX AMO-2G10 to create a powerful, 360° omnidirectional basestation. This seamless integration gives network architects unparalleled flexibility and convenience.

Installing Rocket M2 on AirMax Omni 2G-10 requires no special tools, you simply snap it securely into place with the universal Rocket mount built into the antennas.

A universal pole mount, RocketM2 bracket, and weatherproof RF Jumper cables are included.



Technical Data:

Manufacturer / Product: Ubiquiti Networks / AirMax Omni AMO-2G10
Type of Antenna: Omnidirectional
Gain: 10dBi
Impedance: 50 Ohm
Frequency: 2.35 - 2.55 GHz (2.4 GHz)
(IEEE802.11 b/g/n)
Connectors: 2 x RP-SMA Jack
VSWR: max. 1.7:1
Polarisation: Dual-Linear
Cross-pol Isolation: 25dB min.
H-Pol / V-Pol Beamwidth: 360°
Elevation Beamwidth: 12°
Downtilt:
Wind Survivability: 125 mph
Windloading: 14 lbf @ 100 mph
ETSI Specification: EN 302 326 DN2
Appliance: In- and Outdoor
Dimensions: 103 cm x 12.2 cm x 8.4 cm
Weight: 2.1 kg
Color: White


Scope of delivery:

1 x Ubiquiti 2.4 GHz AirMax Omni 2G-10 Antenne
1 x Universal pole mount
1 x RocketM2 bracket
2 x RF Jumper cable



Shipping weight: 20,10 Kg
Product weight: 3,43 Kg

Technical Datasheet

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