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A-OMNI-0510-V1-02 - Poynting, Ultra Low Profile, Smart Meter LTE Antenna

  • Frequency Range - 698~2700 MHz
  • Omni-directional 4G/LTE antenna
  • Backwards compatible with 2G and 3G technologies
  • Smart Meter, M2M, IoT antenna
  • Ultra-low-profile design
  • IP 68 Weather resistant enclosure
  • Coax cable length 1m with SMA (M) connector type

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(Mfr Product ID: OMNI-510)


The OMNI-510 antenna is purposefully designed for ultra-low-profile requirements such as Smart Meters. The antenna has an omni-directional radiation pattern, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. The antenna will typically be mounted on the top or side of smart meter boxes. The OMNI-510 antenna is designed with installation simplicity in mind, while covering the popular 4G/LTE frequency bands from 698 to 2700 MHz.

Download Specification Datasheet  
Frequency Range 698~960  MHz: 1.8dB
1710~2700 MHz: 2dB
Gain (max) 2dBi
VSWR <2.5:1 across 85% of the band
Input Impedance 50 Ohm (nominal)
Polarisation Linear Horizontal / Vertical
(installation dependent)
Product Dimensions 135mm x 20mm x 10mm
Packaged Dimensions 200mm x 180mm x 15mm
Product Weight 0.046 kg
Packaged Weight 0.052 kg
Mounting Type Adhesive backing or 2 x Ø3 holes for Screw mount
Coax Cable Type  RTK-031
Coax Cable Length 1m
Connector Type SMA (M)
Ingress Protection IP68 (excluding connector) IP Ratings Explained
Temperature Operating Range -40°C to +80°C
UKCA Declaration of Conformity Download here 11/03/2024
CE/RoHS  Declaration of Conformity Download here 11/03/2024

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