The item was either used as a sample for demonstration or returned by a customer after few days of use. The item might have slight scratches but is not worn-out or heavily used. The device is fully functional. Also, the original packaging of the item might be damaged or, rarely, absent at all.
All used units come with EU power plug if applicable or not specified otherwise.
Warranty terms for used items are the same as for new items.
The NanoStation M3 is an affordable CPE solution that operates on Atheros MIPS 24KC with 400MHz speed.
One of the most common misconceptions is that network systems need to be expensive. The NanoStation M3 therefore has definitely changed our way of thinking as being the first affordable broadband customer premise equipment that you can install outdoors. It also proves that cheap doesn’t have to mean poor quality as despite the affordability the broadband CPE continues impress users, even those with thorough network backgrounds.
The NanoStation M3 is a beautifully designed hardware with excellent and durable case. It can last for a couple of years and can withstand different types of environmental issues including snow. The temperature can drop to as much as negative 30 degrees Celsius or high as 75 degrees Celsius, and it will still work fine. The ideal humidity, meanwhile, falls around 5 to 95 percent of condensation rate. The many vital parts of the device are properly protected, allowing them to work perfectly and deliver the kind of network and wireless support you or your business needs. The package already includes a mounting kit that fully secures the device outdoors.
The NanoStation M3 is equipped with a dual-polarity linear antenna with a good gain of 13.7 dBi, which means the antenna can both receive and transmit wireless signal. It also has a decent reach of about 8 miles. It has a cross-pol isolate score of at least 28dB.
The device has its own secondary Ethernet port, so you can share the Internet speed with other devices. It is also compatible with PoE (power over Ethernet), which also allows you to run and manage an IP-based video camera. You can simply invest on an adapter that makes the connection compliant to 802.3af 48V.