Ubiquiti NanoStation loco M5 – Wireless Access Point – AirMax (LOCOM5US)

January 25, 2017 - Comment

Ubiquiti networks set the bar for the world’s low-cost and efficient broadband customer Premises equipment (CPE) with the original NanoStation. The NanoStationloco take the concept to the future with sleek and elegant form factors, along with integrated airMAX (MIMO TDMA Protocol) technology. The low cost, High performance and small form factor of NanoStationloco makes it

Ubiquiti networks set the bar for the world’s low-cost and efficient broadband customer Premises equipment (CPE) with the original NanoStation. The NanoStationloco take the concept to the future with sleek and elegant form factors, along with integrated airMAX (MIMO TDMA Protocol) technology. The low cost, High performance and small form factor of NanoStationloco makes it extremely versatile and economical to deploy.

Product Features

  • Cost-effective, high-performance
  • Compact and versatile design
  • Powerful integrated antenna
  • Works with any suitable antenna
  • Ubiquiti AirOS software
  • External status LEDs
  • Power over Ethernet

Comments

Daniel C says:

Perfect connection to shop, love the user interface I have a shop located about 200 feet from my house, and getting a good solid network connection out there has been a problem of mine for over a year now. I had almost decided to rent a trencher and just run some conduit and Cat5e cable out there, but I learned about these NanoStation antennas through research, and decided to give them a try. They work great!I have one antenna mounted just under my roof line under the overhang, running the PoE ethernet cable up through the attic and…

Anonymous says:

Great option for long distance beaming of a wifi signal. I know these go FAR but I am using it for a few hundred feet and absolutely NO issue setting it up, aiming it (I could hit the side of a barn with it and get the signal just fine). Plenty of walkthroughs online that help you step by step. I wouldn’t think you would want this for an AP but it is possible, although the beam is very directional. I was able to get a signal behind the device, through a wall… so that should give you an idea…

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