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Interline Omni Horizon Logis Daul-Band

Code: INT-IH-G0607-F2456-V
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INT-IH-G0607-F2456-V has two beams of radiation. One in front of about 3-4 dBi and the second beam is lifted up by 10% with about 6-7 dBi gain. Modern warehouses roofing and ceiling are made of metal sheets or concrete, which greatly simplifies bouncing radio waves. One of the beams of radiation in these antennas cover the area of the hall "in front of" making it difficult for the propagation of the signal through obstacles or storage racks loaded with goods. The task of the second beam after reflection from the ceiling, is to cover the dead space between the obstacles (shelves). The antenna is specially designed to work in such conditions. We do not recommend using these antennas in open spaces due to the loss of the signal of the second beam radiation (in the sky). Practical tests carried out on the production and storage halls confirm the excellent performance of these antennas. Selecting a different connector than Nm, applies to antennas with integrated cables.



Frequency band Beam A: 2400 - 2500MHz
Beam B: 5200 - 5800MHz
Gain Beam A: 6dBi
Beam B: 7dBi
VSWR (max) 1.40:1
Half Power Beam Width (-3dB) - horizontal Beam A:360°
Half Power Beam Width (-3dB) - vertical Beam A:30°
Beam B:20°
DC Ground No
Impedance 50 Ohm
Connector N female
Mounting Diameter 38-51mm
Dimensions 290x26mm
Weight 0.30kg
VSWR Antena DookĂłlna Interline 2,4GHz 7dBi
VSWR Antena DookĂłlna Interline 2,4GHz 7dBi
Enviroment Outdoor, Indoor
Windload 16N (170km/h)
IP Rating IP64
Temperature -30°C ... 80°C
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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 17 March, 2016.
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