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Manufacturer: Mikrotik
Product model: RBLHG-2nD
Stock: out of stockout of stock
Packaging: 5 pcs/carton
Documentation: download datasheet for RBLHG-2nDRBLHG-2nD - Datasheet
Your price: 46.76 EUR 
The LHG 2 (Light Head Grid ) is a stronger version of LHG, with an integrated 18 dBi grid antenna at a revolutionary price. It is perfect for point to point links or for use as a CPE at longer distances (licence level 3). The grid design ensures protection against wind, and the fact that the antenna element is built into the wireless unit means no loss on cables. The device comes disassembled for compact shipping, but is very easy to assemble and includes a simple to use grounding attachment point. The package also contains a small adapter for tilting the antenna five degrees from the original position.

Technical Specification: #

Licence level 3
CPU nominal frequency 650 MHz
Size of RAM 64 MB
Storage type Flash
Storage size 16 MB
10/100 Ethernet ports 1
Wireless Built-in 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n, dual-chain
Wireless chip model QCA9533
Operating frequency:
International 2412 - 2484 MHz
Antenna gain 18 +/- 0.5 dBi
Antenna beam width 18°
PoE in Yes
Supported input voltage 10 V - 30 V (passive PoE)
Wind Survivability 205 km/h
Wind Loading 186N @ 205 km/h
Cross polar 15 dBi
Port to port isolation 20 dB
Front to back ratio 25 dB
Operating Temperature -40 to 70° C
Operating Humidity 5 to 95% noncondensing
Shock and Vibration ETSI300-019-1.4
ETSI specification EN 302 326 DN2
Dimensions diameter 391 x 222 mm; package 450 x 450 x 145 mm
Weight Unit: 560 g; package: 1.98 kg
Max Power consumption 5 W
LHG 2 (RTB-RBLHG-2ND) Routerboard Mikrotik

LHG 2 (RTB-RBLHG-2ND) Routerboard Mikrotik
LHG 2 (RTB-RBLHG-2ND) Routerboard Mikrotik

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 10 November, 2017.
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