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Omni-498 - Poynting Omni-Directional, Marine, 2x2 MIMO WiFi Antenna

  • Dual-band WiFi antenna for 2.4 GHz and 4.9 to 7.2 GHz
  • 2x2 MIMO capability for improved performance
  • Compliant with IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless standards
  • UV and saltwater protected for marine and coastal conditions
  • Robust and all-weather proof for harsh conditions at sea (IP 68)
  • Coax cable length: 2m - The coax cable & connector are factory mounted to the antenna

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A-OMNI-0498-V1-01

Overview

The OMNI-498 is a dual-band WiFi omni-directional antenna for marine & coastal deployments. The antenna provides dual-band WiFi coverage in the 2.4 GHz and 4.9 to 7.2 GHz bands, making it ideal for any WiFi access point, whether it is older WiFi technology or new technology that goes up to WiFi 6E (7.2 GHz). The antenna offers 2x2 MIMO capability from its vertically separated radiating elements, allowing for true omni-directional coverage suitable for marine and coastal applications.

The OMNI-498 is purpose-built for harsh environments with an IP 68 protection rating against dust and water ingress, with the antenna being foam-filled, making it ideal for the most severe storms at sea. The radome is fully saltwater protected, so it can be used in highly corrosive environments, thanks to the UV-stable ASA radome material.

Specification
Download specification datasheet
Antenna Overview Ports: 2
SISO/MIMO: MIMO
Polarisation:  Linear Vertical
Peak Gain: 9.8 dBi
Coax Cable Length: 2m
Connector Type: SMA (M) - The coax cable & connector are factory mounted to the antenna
Frequency Bands

2400 – 2500 MHz
3300 – 4200 MHz
4900 – 7200 MHz

Gain (max) 7 dBi @ 2400 – 2500 MHz
8 dBi @ 3300 – 4200 MHz
9.8 dBi @ 4900 – 7200 MHz
VSWR <2:1
Feed Power Handling 10 W
Input Impedance 50 Ohm (nominal)
Polarisation Linear Vertical
Coax Cable Loss 0.666 dB/m @ 2400 MHz
0.788 dB/m @ 3000 MHz
1.15 dB/m @ 5800 MHz
Product Dimensions  750mm x 75mm (incl. BRKT-40)
Radome Material UV Stable Marine ASA
Radome Colour Brilliant White
Pantone P 179-1 C
Water Ingress Protection Ratio/Standard IP68  IP Ratings Explained
Salt Spray MIL-STD 810G/ASTM B117
Wind Survival ≤160 km/h
Temperature Range (Operating): -40°C to +80°C
Mounting Bracket 1” (14 TPI) Marine Adapter (BRKT-40) & L-bracket (for 30-50mm Pole - pole not included)
 Box Contents Antenna: A-OMNI-0498-V1-01
Mounting Bracket: 1” (14 TPI) Marine Adapter (BRKT-40) & L-bracket (for 30-50mm Pole - pole not included)
Downloads
Specification Datasheet Download here 04.06.2024
User Guide Download here 04.06.2024
CE/RoHS  Declaration of Conformity Download here 04.06.2024
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