Ubiquiti LAP-120 AP

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Ubiquiti LAP-120 AP
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Ubiquiti LAP-120 2x2 MIMO AirMAX LiteBeam AC Access Point

Part Number: LAP-120

The LiteBeam is the latest evolution of a lightweight and compact, outdoor wireless broadband product from Ubiquiti Networks. Each of these models was designed to be an affordable cost/performance solution for long distance, wireless broadband bridging. It operates in the worldwide, license-free 5 GHz frequency range with high-performance speeds.

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More Information - Ubiquiti LAP-120 AP

The LiteBeam combines proprietary hardware and software technologies to deliver its breakthrough combination of throughput and range with cost-effective value. Compared to other systems in its class, the LiteBeam products deliver superior performance in reduced latency, throughput, and scalability.

The LiteBeam features a unique ball joint mount that provides adjustment flexibility along three axes for versatile mounting options. The mounting system, coupled with the built-in bubble level, enables quick and easy alignment.

LAP-120 Key Highlights

  • Frequency band - 5GHz
  • Antenna gain - 16dBi
  • 2x2 MIMO
  • Intelligent QoS Priority is given to voice/video for seamless access
  • Long Distance Capable of high-speed, 30+ km links
  • Lightweight, low-cost solution
  • Quick assembly and installation

What's in the Box?

  • Ubiquiti LAP-120 LiteBeam
  • Ball joint mount
  • Metal strap
  • 2 x set screws
  • Gigabit PoE (24v,0.5A) with mounting bracket
  • UK power cord
  • Quick start guide

Documents

Quick Start Guide:

LiteAP_AC_QSG

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