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Ubiquiti PBE-M5-400 PowerBeam M5 400mm 5GHz WiFi Access Point

Part Number: PBE-M5-400

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Incorporating a dish reflector design with advanced technology, the 5GHz Ubiquiti PBE-M5-400 PowerBeam AC dish is the latest generation of Ubiquiti Networks airMAX with a 25+ Km range. Ubiquiti's InnerFeed technology integrates the radio into the feedhorn of an antenna, so there is no need for cables to connect the radio to the antenna. This improves performance because it eliminates cable losses. This is the 400mm dish size 25dBi version.

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More Information - PBE-M5-400 PowerBeam M5 400mm

The Ubiquiti PBE-M5-400 PowerBeam AC features the "Dish Reflector Design". This leverages Ubiquiti's "InnerFeed" technology which integrates the radio into the feed-horn of the antenna, so there is no need for any cable, improving performance by eliminating cable losses. By providing increased performance with its faster processor and innovative mechanical design at a low cost, the Ubiquiti PBE-M5-400 PowerBeam AC is extremely versatile and cost-effective to deploy with a 25+ Km range. Please note that this unit requires two units to bridge from one to the other.

PBE-M5-400 Key Highlights

  • 802.11ac Wireless AC built on the 5GHz ac standards for improved performance in wireless speeds up to 150+ mbps
  • Plug and play installation requires no tools for assembly; only a single wrench is required for pole-mounting
  • Incredible antenna beam performance features the highest gain for its size
  • The PowerBeams excellent beam directivity provides the best performance in high-noise environments
  • Advanced software technology is proven in millions of deployments worldwide, exhibiting outstanding performance in outdoor environments
  • TDMA airMAX protocol enables unprecedented scalability, high throughput and low latency in unlicensed, multipoint networks
  • Protective radome includes a protective radome to shield the radio from the elements

What's in the Box?

  • PBE-M5-400 Antenna Feed
  • Dish Reflector
  • Rear Housing
  • Dish Bracket
  • Pole Clamp
  • U-Bolt
  • 2 x Flange Nuts
  • PoE Adapter
  • UK Power Cord
  • Quick Start Guide

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Quick Start Guide:

PowerBeam_PBE-M5-400_QSG

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