Cambium EPMP 3000L EU | Access point | 5GHz 2x2 MIMO, RJ45 1000
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Cambium EPMP 3000L EU | Access point | 5GHz 2x2 MIMO, RJ45 1000Mb/s

Cambium EPMP 3000L EU | Access point | 5GHz 2x2 MIMO, RJ45 1000Mb/s

CODE: C050910A223A
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Maximum wireless transmission speed: 600 Mb/s
Number of LAN ports: 1x [100/1000M (RJ45)]
Operating frequency: 5 GHz


Wide range of Cambium Networks implementations

ePMP 3000L is a third generation access point (AP) that uses interference immunity mechanisms, emphasizing high performance in sectors from low density point to multipoint. The ePMP 3000L has a 2x2 MIMO connector and can support a variety of implementations, including 90/120 degree sectors, narrow-sector corners and even 360 degree coverage in the universe. Cambium 3000L provides TDD synchronization via GPS.


Performance of ePMP 3000

The ePMP 3000L system boasts a high throughput of packets per second and supports subscriber modules with a peak throughput of up to 600 Mb/s. Cambium ePMP device operates in Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mb/s standard.

ePMP 3000 - ideal solution for rural networks

  • Re-use of frequencies - GPS synchronization and SM transmission power control
  • Unmatched performance and scalability - Cambium Networks' MAC addresses protocol supports high performance and low, consistent latency for subscribers
  • With MicroPOP applications, it is ideal for areas with low population density and low number of subscribers, and by supporting narrowband sectors, coverage can be added exactly where needed

Key features of Cambium Networks ePMP 3000L AP

  • 256QAM-5/6, 80 MHz channel support
  • Supports 2x2 MIMO with a maximum throughput of 600 Mb/s.
  • It supports a wide frequency range: 4910 - 5950 MHz
  • 802.3at compliant with 100/1000 BaseT interface
  • Connector for use with a sector antenna. Also compatible with Twistport Elements adapter for ePMP.
  • Re-use frequencies with GPS synchronization and interference mitigation.
  • Network management in the cloud (cloud menagment) or on-site using cnMaestro.


Features / filters
LAN standard Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mb/s
Maximum wireless transmission speed 600 Mb/s
Number of LAN ports 1x [100/1000M (RJ45)]
Operating frequency 5 GHz
Antenna gain Not applicable
Device type Radioline, Base station, Access point,
MIMO Type 2x2
Region / power Cable EU/EU
Type of device power supply PoE 802.3af/at
Working temperature -30°C to +60°C

Channel spacing Configurable in 5 MHz increments
Frequency range 4910 - 5970 MHz (exact frequencies permitted by local regulations)
Channel width 20 | 40 | 80 MHz
Ethernet interfaced 100/1000BaseT, rate negotiated automatically
Physical layer 2x2 connectorized despite access
MAC addresses Cambium Proprietary
Supported power supply methods 29 V Cambium POE (included)
VLAN 802.1Q with priority 802.1p.
Network management HTTPS, SNMPv2c, SSH
Protocols to be applied IPv4/IPV6 , UDP, TCP, IP, ICMP, SNMPv2c, HTTPS, STP, SSH, IGMP Snooping
Nominal receiving sensitivity 80 MHz channel MCS0 = -84 dBm for MCS9 (256QAM-5/6) = -59 dBm
Modulation levels MCS0 (BPSK) to MCS 9 (256 QAM 5/6)
Nominal receiving sensitivity 20 MHz channel MCS0 = -89 dBm to MCS8 (256 QAM-3/4) = -66 dBm
Nominal receiving sensitivity 40 MHz channel MCS0 = -87 dBm for MCS9 (256QAM-5/6) = -64 dBm
GPS Sync Yes, via internal GPS or Cambium Sync
(The internal GPS receiver also includes a patch antenna and can be used without an external circulating antenna)
Antenna 90/120 Degree 2X2 Sectoral antenna (C050900D021B) Available
Quality of Service Three priority levels (voice, high, low) with DSCP, COS, VLAN ID, IP & MAC Address, Broadcast, Multicast and Station Priority, MIR/CIR support
Transmission power range 0 to +29 dBm (total, up to regional EIRP limit) (1 dB interval)
Sectoral antenna connection 2 x 50 ohms, RP (reverse polarity) SMA Also compatible with RF Elements Twistport™ adapter for ePMP
GPS antenna connection 1 x 50 ohms, RP (reverse polarity) SMA; optional external Puck GPS antenna model available as N000900L030A
Surge suppression 1 joule integrated. C00000000L065A - 30V Gigabit Surge Protector Recommended for optimal surge protection.
Environmental IP67
Energy consumption 12 watts
Weight 0.7 kg (1.5 lbs) without supports
Input voltage 30 Volts Normal (14V to 30V Range)
Temperature -22°F to +140°F (-30°C to +60°C)
Dimensions (L x W x H) 22.2 x 12.4 x 4.5 cm (8.75 x 4.9 x 1.75 inch) without supports
Encryption 128 bits AES (CCMP mode)
FCCID Z8H-89FT0047
CE EN 301 893 V2.1.1 (5.4 GHz), EN 302 502 V2.1.1 (5.8 GHz)



Framework information Acces Point ePMP 3000L


Quick start instructions Download
Datasheet Download
New 5G and 802.11ax standards Download
Field experience Download
Brochure EN - ePMP3000L Download


How does Sync GPS radio use active and inactive software banks?

Sync GPS ePMP Radio with built-in GPS contains two flash memory banks, each containing a software version. The version of the software version recently installed on the flash memory device (using software update procedures) is configured in Active Bank. This software will be used by the device after restarting the device. The Inactive Software Bank will be used by the device if the active bank cannot be used due to a failure.

How does Adaptive Modulation Cambium ePMP Force work?

The ePMP series provides an adaptive modulation scheme in which the receiver constantly monitors the quality of the received signal and informs about the remote end of the link of the optimal modulation mode that can be transmitted. In this way, optimum performance is achieved at all times.

If GPS synchronization fails, what is free running time? What happens after this time?

Synchronization Hold-off Timer is configurable (range: 20 - 86400 seconds). After this time, the wireless radio transmitter will switch off. However, if the sync eu GPS is set before this time has elapsed, the access point will resume normal operation.

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