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#273064 2-Aug-2020 16:39
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I need to get rid of some of the stuff here I never use so it's time for a bit of a clean out!

 

I've got a brand new unused Cambium ePMP180 force 180 5GHz bridge in a box https://www.cambiumnetworks.com/products/epmp/epmp-bridge-in-a-box/ which would be perfect for anybody who wants an outdoor wireless bridge. For those that don't know about Cambium products everything can be managed for free from their cnMaestro cloud portal.

 

This is a US model so only has FCC frequencies and will not have the same full range 5GHz that is available on NZ models, power supplies are 110-240V and I'll include NZ clover leaf power cables. Box has been opened purely to check it, it's never been powered up or configured.

 

NZ RRP is $575 + GST and this US model sells for US$349 on Amazon. I'm happy to take NZ$350 incl shipping.

 

 

I also gave a Grandstream GVX3275 VoIP phone. http://www.grandstream.com/products/ip-video-telephony/ip-video-phones-android/product/gxv3275 which had has minimal use and has sat in a cupboard for the last couple of years. Good condition  and no marks or scratches.

 

$100 incl shipping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #2533200 2-Aug-2020 16:44
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Been looking at the NZ version of the bridge for a friend.
Are there any practical performance/range differences with the frequency difference you’ve mentioned?



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  #2533256 2-Aug-2020 17:59
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fritzman: Been looking at the NZ version of the bridge for a friend.
Are there any practical performance/range differences with the frequency difference you’ve mentioned?

 

Here in New Zealand we can use from 5250 right up to 5875 outdoors. There are no practical performance or range differences, there is just the limitations of being tied to FCC bands which will give you a reduced set of 5GHz frequencies because they don't have the whole 5GHz band opened up like we do.

 

How long is the link you would want to use this for?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2533261 2-Aug-2020 18:22
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Thanks.
Between 500 & 1000m.



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  #2533452 3-Aug-2020 07:15
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fritzman: Thanks.
Between 500 & 1000m.

 

Assuming you have good line of sight (which is essential for any wireless link) these would work perfectly.

 

 


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