#UBIQUITI airMAX AC 450 Mbps Access Point

Brand: UBIQUITI
Code: DC6011
Manufacturer: UBIQUITI
Man Code: LAP-120
EAN: N/A
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Description

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The LiteAP from Ubiquiti is the latest in high-performance access points. It's lightweight, compact form factor and capable chip-set (up to 450+ Mbps real TCP/IP throughput) make it perfectly suited for short to medium range PtMP networks. The LAP-120 is designed to offer an excellent cost/performance solution for wireless bridging in the license-free 5GHz range and uses a combination of proprietary hardware and software technologies to deliver its breakthrough combination of throughput and range with cost-effective value.

The LAP-120 sector model is a PtMP AP device that makes use of the latest 802.11ac wireless protocols to achieve excellent throughput, it comes with a 10/100/1000 ethernet port as standard. The antenna design allows the LAP-120 to serve clients within a 120 degree arc with a gain of 16dBi.

Quick Installation

Minimal fasteners simplify installation. No tools are needed; only a single tool is required for pole-mounting

Versatile Mounting

The ball-joint mount of the LiteAP AC provides adjustment flexibility for versatile mounting options.

Efficient Design

The LiteAP AC features a lightweight antenna with an integrated radio in a sleek design.

Gigabit Ethernet

The LiteAP AC delivers high throughput over its wired connection

Features

  • Access Point PtMP airMAX Mixed Mode
  • airMAX ac Protocol Support
  • Long-Range Point-to-Point (PtP) Link Mode
  • Selectable Channel Widths
  • Automatic Channel Selection
  • Transmit Power Control: Automatic/Manual
  • Automatic Distance Selection
  • Strong WPA2 Security


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