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V-Bolt Mounting Kit for 3 in (76.2 mm) max OD round members. Set of two V-bolts clamp sets.
11653
  • Product Type: Bolt kit
11653
  • Product Type: Bolt kit
2CPX208R-V3 2CPX208R-V3
4-port multibeam antenna, 4x 790–960 MHz, 2x 38° HPBW, 2x RET with manual override.
2CPX208R-V3
  • Operating Frequency Band: 790 – 960 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 2090 mm | 82.284 in
  • Width: 504 mm | 19.843 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2CPX208R-V3
  • Operating Frequency Band: 790 – 960 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 2090 mm | 82.284 in
  • Width: 504 mm | 19.843 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2H-33A-R2 2H-33A-R2
4-port multibeam antenna, 4x 1695–2400 MHz, 2x 38° HPBW, 2x RET
2H-33A-R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2400 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 33 °
  • Length: 1400 mm | 55.118 in
  • Width: 350 mm | 13.78 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
2H-33A-R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2400 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 33 °
  • Length: 1400 mm | 55.118 in
  • Width: 350 mm | 13.78 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
2HH-33A-R4 2HH-33A-R4
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2400 MHz, 4x 38° HPBW, 4x RET with retractable tilt rods
2HH-33A-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2400 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 33 °
  • Length: 1350 mm | 53.15 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2HH-33A-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2400 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 33 °
  • Length: 1350 mm | 53.15 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2HH-38A-R4 2HH-38A-R4
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2200 MHz, 4x 38° HPBW, 4x RET
2HH-38A-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2200 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 38 °
  • Length: 1350 mm | 53.15 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2HH-38A-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2200 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 38 °
  • Length: 1350 mm | 53.15 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2HH-38A-R4-V2 2HH-38A-R4-V2
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2200 MHz, 4x 38° HPBW, 4x RET
2HH-38A-R4-V2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2200 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 38 °
  • Length: 1224 mm | 48.189 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2HH-38A-R4-V2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2200 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 38 °
  • Length: 1224 mm | 48.189 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2UNPX203.6R2 2UNPX203.6R2
8-port multibeam antenna, 4x 698–894 and 4x 1710-2170 MHz, 4x 37° HPBW, 4x RET
2UNPX203.6R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1710 – 2170 MHz | 698 – 894 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 1746 mm | 68.74 in
  • Width: 565 mm | 22.244 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2UNPX203.6R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1710 – 2170 MHz | 698 – 894 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 1746 mm | 68.74 in
  • Width: 565 mm | 22.244 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2UNPX206.12R2 2UNPX206.12R2
8-port multibeam antenna, 4x 698–894 and 4x 1710-2180 MHz, 4x 35° HPBW, 4x RET
2UNPX206.12R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 698 – 894 MHz | 1710 – 2180 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 35 °
  • Length: 1728 mm | 68.032 in
  • Width: 684 mm | 26.929 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2UNPX206.12R2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 698 – 894 MHz | 1710 – 2180 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 35 °
  • Length: 1728 mm | 68.032 in
  • Width: 684 mm | 26.929 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2UPX210B-T2 2UPX210B-T2
4-port multibeam antenna, 4x 694–896 MHz, 2x 37° HPBW, 2x RET with manual override.
2UPX210B-T2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 694 – 896 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 2533 mm | 99.724 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2UPX210B-T2
  • Operating Frequency Band: 694 – 896 MHz
  • Horizontal Beamwidth: 37 °
  • Length: 2533 mm | 99.724 in
  • Width: 640 mm | 25.197 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 4
  • RF Connector Quantity, low band: 4
2VV-33C-R4 2VV-33C-R4
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2690 MHz, 4x 33° HPBW, 4x RET
2VV-33C-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2VV-33C-R4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2VV-33C-R4-V3 2VV-33C-R4-V3
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2690 MHz, 4x 33° HPBW, 4x RET
2VV-33C-R4-V3
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2VV-33C-R4-V3
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 4.3-10 Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2VV-33C-R4-V4 2VV-33C-R4-V4
8-port multibeam antenna, 8x 1695–2690 MHz, 4x 33° HPBW, 4x RET
2VV-33C-R4-V4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
2VV-33C-R4-V4
  • Operating Frequency Band: 1695 – 2690 MHz
  • Length: 2499 mm | 98.386 in
  • Width: 395 mm | 15.551 in
  • RF Connector Interface: 7-16 DIN Female
  • RF Connector Quantity, total: 8
  • RF Connector Quantity, high band: 8
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