RF Elements NB-EPMP NanoBracket for ePMP

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Second Generation of our Innovative NanoBracket® - now for Cambium Networks™ ePMP™ 1000 Integrated Radio!

NanoBracket® is the most advanced solution for CPE installation and positioning, environmental resistance and durability. Second generation of NanoBracket® offers improvements on 3-Axis adjustment system and further enhances the ease of installation and outdoor durability using Die Cast Aluminum and Polycarbonate.

Improve The Link Performance
NanoBracket® offers 3-Axis Positioning System based on the 2nd generation of our original patent pending lockable ball hinge. NanoBracket® enables smooth adjustment of popular Cambium Networks™ ePMP1000™ Radios in azimuth, elevation and rotation. The precise adjustment in all 3-Axis is critical to eliminate polarization mismatch loss and to achieve the best RF performance of MIMO link.

Easy Installation
We split mounting from adjustment to revolutionize simplicity. First install the bracket on the wall or on the pole. Attach CPE by one simple operation. Adjust it and tighten the main nut. Done.

Built To Last
The base of NanoBracket® for ePMP™ is made of die-cast aluminum making it a solid mounting platform and offers enhanced environmental resistance. All hardware is made of stainless steel, incl. hose clamp.

Technical Data

Product ID NB-EPMP
Operating Temperature -30 to +60 °C
Wind Survival 160 Km/h
Materials Die-cast Aluminum
UV stabilized and weather resistant ABS plastic
UV stabilized and weather resistant Polycarbonate
Stainless Steel Hardware
Weight 0.35 Kg / 0.77 lbs. – single piece incl. package
18.4 Kg / 40.6 lbs. – carton (50 pcs)
Single Unit Retail Box: 15 × 9 × 9 cm
50 Units Carton Box: 48 × 46.5 × 31.5 cm

Compatible Wireless Platforms

Cambium Networks™ ePMP™ 1000 Integrated Radio
Product Condition New
Manufacturer part number NB-EPMP
Manufacturer RF Elements

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