Ubiquiti R5AC-Lite Rocket, AC, Lite
The Rocket™5ac Lite is ideal for deployment in Point-to‑Point (PtP) applications requiring maximum performance. Point‑to‑MultiPoint (PtMP) functionality will be added via a future firmware upgrade.
You have the freedom to locate, deploy, and operate the Rocket5ac Lite anywhere in the world. It allows for a high degree of flexibility in configuring channel bandwidths: 20, 40, 50, 60, and/or 80 MHz, depending on local country regulations.
The Rocket5ac Lite radio can be paired with a RocketDish™ antenna to create the endpoint of a high-performance, Point-to-Point (PtP) backhaul.
- Up to 450Mbps with 802.11ac MCS-9 (256QAM, 5/6 coding)
- Up to 500mW output power (27dBm)
- 10/100/GigEth RJ-45 Input
- 2x RP-SMA Female antenna connections
- Radio only (external antenna required)
- 24VDC POE Injector (Passive) & 240V AC Adaptor included.
- Introducing the next step for the Ubiquiti Rocket series
- The Rocket M5-AC now sports a gigabit Ethernet connection permitting cabled data rates in excess of the previous 100Mbps fast-eth limitation
- With the advent of the 802.11ac standard, Rocket-AC can modulate at 256QAM, permitting PHY rates of up to 450Mbps on a 50MHz channel
- Numerous chipset improvements have also been included, resulting in reduced TDMA latency and performance in noisy RF environments
- With version 7.1.1 being released the Rocket AC-Lite can now operate in Point to Multi-Point. The next-generation airMAX ac technology boosts the advantages of Ubiquiti's proprietary TDMA protocol
- Ubiquiti’s airMAX engine with custom IC dramatically improves TDMA latency and network scalability
- The custom silicon provides hardware acceleration capabilities to the airMAX scheduler, to support the high data rates and dense modulation used in airMAX ac technology.
High Speed Network Sharing
- This is a transparent data-link layer bridge, not a routed bridge - this means that you are creating a virtual ethernet cable between the two facilities, making network setup incredibly simple - no routing configuration, all protocols (DHCP, DNS, etc) just work
- Management of the Ubiquiti device couldn't be easier with SSH and SNMP protocol support, as well as a very intuitive HTTP interface
- The units are powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) - simply plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the Rocket, and the other into the PoE Injector (which is plugged into AC power)
- This allows one cable to both power the unit and also carry network traffic.
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