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WI-AXRL - QuMax XR LTE (Dual polarised X-POL) directional antenna for Teltonika RUT

QuMax XR LTE: Integrated outdoor multi-band eXtra Range LTE (Dual polarised X-POL) directional antenna + place to install Teltonika RUT200/240/241/900/901/950/951/955/956/X09/X11

  • All antennas and Teltonika router integrated in one enclosure (Router not included)
  • Directional (Dual polarised X-POL) Antenna For LTE/4G Connections, frequencies covered 694~960/1700~2200/2200~2700 MHz
  • Outdoor antenna works in any weather conditions, IP67
  • Easy to install and comes with mounting kit
  • Passive PoE support

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The QuMAX eXtra Range LTE (AXRL) is a 7dB directional LTE antenna, the most powerful of all QuWireless antennas, that's ideal for 4G installations in which unobstructed line-of-sight to a mast can be achieved regardless of distance. This antenna also acts as an IP67-rated waterproof enclosure for Teltonika 4G routers, allowing for great flexibility with installation due to not needing to be within 5 metres of a router back inside a building.

The AXRL's versatility goes beyond that of most other QuWireless antennas: while most other QuWireless antenna/enclosure equipment is designed with one specific Teltonika router model in mind, the AXRL's increased size renders it capable of enclosing almost any 4G router in the Teltonika range. This support includes the RUT200/240/241/900/901/950/951/955/956/X09/X11. The router itself will be powered via 9-30v passive PoE (Power over Ethernet), which can be run through standard Ethernet cable up to a distance of about 45-50 metres.

The AXRL provides great flexibility when deciding on an installation location because it avoids the usual limitation of the antenna needing to be within 5 metres of a router to fit within the maximum recommended cable length, since the router is positioned right with the antenna anyway. This improves the general performance, as it eliminates any loss of signal over cabling (since the router connects directly into the antenna without a length of cable needed) and it means the antenna can be mounted in the most optimal location possible, which for a directional antenna is typically as high as is feasible.

The AXRL's robustness allows it to perform well in industrial and marine environments as well as standard domestic ones; it also boasts additional space inside for mounting internal Teltonika GPS and Wi-Fi antennas should additional functionality be desired.

LTE Antenna Specification  
Frequency 0.694 - 0.96 GHz
1.7 - 2.2 GHz
2.2 - 2.7 GHz
Supported LTE Bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 53, 59, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 85, n80, n81, n82, n83, n84, n86, n89, n90, n95
Gain 0.694 - 0.96 GHz : 7 dBi
1.7 - 2.2 GHz : 7 dBi
2.2 - 2.7 GHz : 7 dBi
Front-to-back >10dB
VSWR <1.70, max <2.00
Beamwidth 70°/70° ±15°


 Dual polarised X-POL
Impedance 50 Ω
Mechanical Specification  
Materials ABS, aluminium, PTFE, Fiberglass
Connector Type RJ45
Ingress Protection IP67  IP Ratings Explained
Dimensions 392 x 392 x 99 mm
Weight 3.7 kg
Operating Temperature From -40°C to 75°C
From -40°F to 167°F
Video - Ep12 - A Word from the Wise – A discussion on QuWireless Antenna Enclosures for Teltonika Routers

Video: Podcast Ep12 – A discussion on QuWireless Antenna Enclosures for Teltonika Routers

Louise and Daniel discuss the QuWireless range and how the different enclosures work with the different Teltonika routers, discussing both the pros and cons of Directional Vs Omni-Directional, and the benefits of having your router housed directly inside your antenna enclosure.

Article - IP Ratings Explained, by  Daniel Coombs

Article - IP Ratings Explained

IP ratings, or Ingress Protection ratings, are a standardised benchmark of how capable a product is of withstanding ingress from foreign entities that could negatively impact its functionality. They’re helpful because terms like ‘weatherproof’ and ‘waterproof’ are unspecific terms and don’t always convey the necessary level of detail – waterproof on one device can mean it’s capable of withstanding rain. In contrast, on another device, it can mean being capable of complete submersion in water for extended periods.