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RBPOE5.00 out of 5
Low-cost passive PoE base unit for powering passive PoE devices over ethernet. Simply connect your power source to the injector, and then use an ethernet cable to connect the injector to the RouterBOARD device. Helps reducing number of wires that lead up the tower, and in other situations.
For using with RouterBOARDS that support 10-28V PoE powering, input needs to be at least 18V to accomodate any losses in cables.
hEX5.00 out of 5
hEX is a five port Gigabit Ethernet router for locations where wireless connectivity is not required. The device has a full size USB port. This new updated revision of the hEX brings several improvements in performance.
It is affordable, small and easy to use, but at the same time comes with a very powerful dual core 880MHz CPU and 256MB RAM, capable of all the advanced configurations that RouterOS supports.
IPsec Hardware encryption (~470Mbps) and dude server package is supported, microSD slot on it also provides improved r/w speed for database storage on microSD card.
PowerBox5.00 out of 5
The PowerBox is an outdoor five Ethernet port router with PoE output on four ports. You can use this device to supply power to four PoE capable devices such as our SXT or others.
Since the device has a waterproof outdoor case, you can mount it on a tower, or in other outdoor locations.
The unit has five shielded Ethernet ports, four of which can power other PoE capable devices with the same voltage as applied to the unit (max current out is 1A per port, max total out is 2A). Less power adapters and cables to worry about!
5VUSB5.00 out of 5
5V power injector for USB (RB/411UAHR and RB/493G). IMPORTANT! 5VUSB is just injector cable, 5V power supplies must be sourced locally- we do not sell those.
Accepts DC Plug, 1.1MM x 3.5MM.
2.4Ghz Dipole5.00 out of 5
Now we offer 2.4Ghz 5dBi Dipole antennas with RPSMA connectors! Take BaseBox2 and simply attach two of those antennas on connectors of BaseBox2 to have 2×2 MIMO 2.4Ghz AP! By this you can have “2.4Ghz OmniTik”, ideal for Outdoor Campus areas, for example, campings or trailer parks. Antennas are waterproof, so you can use BaseBox without top cover if both antennas are properly attached.