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# 223307 23-Sep-2017 09:27
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I've just found two of these on my shelves when doing a clear out.  They look to be new and unused.  2009 manufacture date.  No idea when or how I acquired them.

 

Specs:  https://www.atel-electronics.eu/doc/DS_NS_Bullet_5.pdf

 

They are a slim waterproof outdoor PoE powered access point that is most commonly used in a pair as a wireless bridge.  Depending on the antenna used you would be easily able to get a 2+km range.

 

You need your own PoE power source and antenna.

 

Any takers at $25 including freight for the pair?  Will list elsewhere if no takers in the next 6 days.

 

 

 

 

 

This is being sold on behalf of Daughter#2 to raise funds for a research expedition to Buton Island in Indonesia with Operation Wallacea (Opwall) (http://opwall.com/about-us/what-­­is-opwall/). Opwall is an organisation working to save the amazing wildlife in several locations around the world. They are funded by the students that go on the expedition trips, and are working hard to create new wildlife reserves so that the creatures that are unique to these places don't go extinct. They work with the local community to ensure sustainable practices, and with the government to make sure that these beautiful places aren't destroyed by deforestation and other unsustainable practices.





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  # 1871348 23-Sep-2017 09:38
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Heya, I have no need for the Bridges, however, I'd love to make a donation to help your daughter reach her fundraising goal. Sounds like something really worthwhile. Let me know how I can do that.


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