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MikoTik Wireless Wire nRAY Preconfigured 60Ghz Link

MikoTik Wireless Wire nRAY Preconfigured 60Ghz Link

MikoTik Wireless Wire nRAY Preconfigured 60Ghz Link
MikoTik Wireless Wire nRAY Preconfigured 60Ghz Link
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£241.06 ex. VAT
(£289.27 inc. VAT)
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Designed as the successor to the popular Wireless Wire Dish, MikroTik's nRay is a plug-and-play 60 GHz point-to-point link solution comprised of two pre-paired devices that make a secure AES encrypted wireless connection.

It can easily cover a distance of 1500 meters and reach fibre-like speed, and we have made some serious structural improvements. With the latest antenna technologies, this device is very compact, but even more durable than its predecessors.

The new form-factor has been designed with snowy areas in mind – you won’t have to worry about huge chunks of snow getting stuck and messing with the signal. Due to its size and shape, the nRAY also attracts less unwanted attention. Using the special fine-tune adjustment screws, a perfect alignment can be achieved.

The 60 GHz frequency is unaffected by the crowded wireless spectrum, so you can enjoy a smooth connection even in a busy urban environment. A powerful arm64 dual-core CPU running at 1 GHz ensures wire speed throughput in nearly all packet sizes. The included devices are preconfigured to connect automatically, simply point them at one another and power them on! We have included the power supplies, PoE injectors and a handy precision mount for easier alignment - the solidMOUNT. It is an advanced pole mount metal adapter that allows adjustment both vertically and horizontally.

New installations must be covered under Ofcom’s EHF Licence. Existing installations must be covered by this licence by November 30th 2021.

The quoted wireless specification is given as the maximum radio performance. Achievable range and throughput will vary depending on the regional regulations where the radio is deployed.
Regional regulations must be observed when deploying radio equipment. More info