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- M2400S (AP or SU)
- Standard Power Supply
- Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Junction box
- Mounting bracket for wall/pole
The M2400S Access Point (AP) and Subscriber Unit (SU) both include integrated dual polarized patch antennas as well as a connector for an optional external antenna. Utilizing the internal antennas, the M2400S provides a range of 15 miles line-of-sight (LOS) with 10 dB fade margin to spare. Range can be extended to over 25 miles by attaching an optional grid antenna to the SU. On the AP, operators can utilize the internal sector antenna or attach an external sector or omni antenna.
The M2400S is one of the most flexible 2.4 GHz systems available with eight channels that users can redefine by selecting frequencies in single MHz increments. The SU will scan all channels until it associates with a properly configured AP. This allows redundancy of APs as well as a simple and quick method to switch channels on an entire sector. In addition, the software switchable dual polarized antennas allow for outstanding frequency agility.
The M2400S delivers up to 5 Mbps and utilizes patent pending SmartPolling™ algorithm to dynamically and adaptively poll subscriber units, ensuring the lowest latency for active subscribers.
The M2400S offers powerful resistance to interference with the Automatic Repeat Request (ARQ) feature, which automatically re-transmits errored packets to mask RF errors to higher layer protocols. In addition, the M2400S provides mitigation tools such as dual polarity antennas, automatic SU power leveling, and threshold control.
The M2400S radios are fully weatherized outdoor units featuring Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) designed for quick deployment and easy installation.
Security & Authentication
The M2400S offers MAC-level authentication coupled with over-the-air data scrambling for secure operation.
The M2400S offers remote and local management via Telnet, SNMP and HTTP via browser. Tools such as site survey and upstream/downstream CIR/MIR controls allow operators control and flexibility in managing networks.
|Frequency of Operation||2400 MHz to 2483 MHz|
|User Data Throughput||5 Mbps|
|-90 dBm typical|
|RF Power Output||+23 dBm Max / +10 dBm Min|
|Antenna Polarization||Horizontal / Vertical (Software Switchable)|
|Modulation Format||Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)|
|Access Method||TDD with SMARTPolling™|
|Maximum SUs per AP||128|
|Configuration/Management||Telnet, SNMP (via AP), TFTP, HTTP|
|Internal Antenna||Integrated 13 dBi dual polarized, 60° X 18° sectoral patch array|
|Optional Antennas||12 dBi Omni (Pacific Wireless OD24-12)|
17 dBi Sector (Pacific Wireless SA24-90-17)
24 dBi Grid (Pacific Wireless DCA24-HD-PF1)
NOTE: The above External Antennas require a Reverse Polarity SMA MALE to Standard N MALE-50 OHM RG142B/U Coax Adapter
|Voltage Input||20 VDC|
|Enclosure Type||All-weather, powder coated, cast aluminum with polycarbonate radome|
|Temp Range||-40° to 60° C (-40° to 140° F)|
|Radio Dimensions||12.5" × 8" × 2.75"|
|Radio Weight||4 Lbs|