RF Elements NanoBracket | Mounting bracket | dedicated for Ubiq
RF Elements NanoBracket | Mounting bracket | dedicated for Ubiquiti NSM

RF Elements NanoBracket | Mounting bracket | dedicated for Ubiquiti NSM

CODE: NB-NSM
4,67 GBP with VAT
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RF Elements NanoBracket for NanoStation M Ubiquiti

Nano Bracket NSM from RF Elements is a wall and mast mounting bracket designed for Ubiquiti NanoStation M and mounting the most popular CPE devices on the market. It allows for three-axis positioning on a ball hinge and easy and quick assembly of the device. The bracket is made of durable UV-resistant ABS plastic and the mounting elements are made of stainless steel.

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Fourth generation NanoBracket

NanoBracket designed for NanoStation M series by Ubiquiti Networks is a fourth generation bracket project from RF Elements. It is characterized by a stable handle made of UV-resistant ABS plastic. Precise adjustment of double polarized antennas is an important factor in achieving the best performance in radio waves. The ball hinge implemented in NanoBrackets allows smooth and precise adjustment of 70° inclination.

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SPECIFICATION

Features / filters
Handle type Pole holder

Technical data
Materials Bracket, handle - UV and weather resistant ABS plastic
Fittings, mounting elements - stainless steel
Degree of combustibility UL 94 HB
Pole mounting diameter 40 - 60 mm
Wall-mounting Yes
Resistance to temperature -30°C to 60°C (-22°F to 140°F)
Wind resistance 120 km/h
Weight 0.23 kg / 0.5 lbs - single unit per package
12.6 kg / 27.8 lbs - carton (50 pieces)
Dimensions Single retail box: 8.4 × 7 × 17 cm
50 units of Carton Box: 45 × 38 × 38 cm
Compatibility
Ubiquiti Networks Ubiquiti NanoStation M Series

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