OmniTik UPA-5HnD

OmniTIK is a weatherproof outdoor AP with dual-polarized omni antennas - the perfect companion for our SXT, or for any other 5GHz 802.11a/n standard device.

Weatherproof, durable and ready to use. It has five 10/100 Ethernet ports, PoE support and a built-in 400mW 802.11a/n wireless radio. It supports Nv2 TDMA technology with up to 200Mbit aggregate throughput.

LED signal indicators on it’s back are fully customisable, show Ethernet activity or wireless signal - or any other information from RouterOS. The USB port gives the ability to connect a 3G modem or a storage drive.

The OmniTIK UPA also features power output on it’s ethernet ports. Ports 2-5 can power other PoE capable devices with the same voltage as applied to the unit. Less power adapters to worry about.

Box contains: OmniTik UPA-5HnD, mounting loops, PoE injector, 24v 2.5A power adapter

Product specifications: 
CPU speed400MHz
Current MonitorNo
TX power26dBm
Antenna gain7.5dBi
Integrated WirelessYes
LAN ports5
Wireless standards802.11an
PoE8-30V, Supports PoE output on ports 2-5. Max current 500mA per port
802.3af supportNo
Power JackNo
Memory CardsNo
Voltage MonitorNo
CPU temperature monitorNo
RouterOS LicenseLevel4
Temperature range-30 .. +70C
Operating SystemRouterOS
PCB temperature monitorNo
Ethernet Output: 
RB OmniTIK U-5HnD @400MHz (5 port test) 64 byte frames 512 byte frames 1518 byte frames
IP Firewall Conntrack Mode Mbps Fps Mbps Fps Mbps Fps
off off Bridging 47.1 92000 358.4 87500 452.97 37300
on off Routing 37.68 73600 294.91 72000 452.97 37300
on off Bridging 35.48 69300 230.2 56200 446.9 36800
on on Routing 28.42 55500 222.41 54300 445.68 36700
on on Bridging 18.94 37000 149.5 36500 425.04 35000
  1. All throughput tests done with Xena Networks specialized test system and RouterOS v5, according RFC2544, with Ethernet frame sizes 64, 512, 1518 bytes.
    Each board is tested with specified number of Ethernet interfaces, to ensure optimal load on hardware.
  2. Values in Italics indicate that the maximum possible throughput was reached, limited only by ethernet ports themselves.