I’m using a pair of ubiquity nanobeam gen 2 5g ac between my house and my dads house 300 meters away. They work awesome.Looking at ubiquity but open to any equipment to go from dvr to camera. Camera will be pole mounted. May have power at the pole/cam location.
Mine are under eaves so that helps. But I see them all over town being used on top of buildings and schools out in the open. But yes I was a bit worried about the weathering that’s why mine are tucked under the eaves.Finally added a couple of cameras to an existing penta-brid dvr using two ubiquity Nano Loco m 5ghs ap/station bridge. My biggest complaint is they seen very lightweight for outdoor weather. - Anyone else have the same concerns about the ubiquity CPEs out in the rain/ stormy weather? At least the cameras have 66/67 ratings to go by.
Gotta be a better weatherproof system. I'm not very knowledgeable about all ubiquity products. I did love the gui and performance 100%. Just may need a more weatherproofing system.
Anyone else know a solid solution?
Yes exactly! I’ve seen a lot of cable not UV rated turn to dust from sun exposure.+1^^.
They do lose their shine and get a little yellow from the ozone & UV but they still work...their main mission.
That being said, it doesn't hurt to place under an eave when possible as long as they are plumb and aimed properly.....and work.
I'm a BIG Ubiquiti fan.
EDIT: I'd say it's a bigger concern to insure the cable is outdoor rated and has a good drip loop when needed.