Bullet M2 Titanium

Brand: Ubiquiti
Type of product: Rockets & Bullets
Price USD 120.00
Discount Price USD 116.00
Bullet M2 Titanium 

The Bullet M2 Titanium is a very practical wireless radio solution that can be used by residential and commercial users. One of its distinctive advantages is its flexibility. It can be attached to a couple of antenna options, which will then increase the coverage of the Internet signal without reduction of the speed. Furthermore, the device can be used as a client bridge when you want to deal with networks or access points if you wish to connect various devices and users simultaneously. 

The wireless radio also makes use of good internal components such as Atheros MIPS 24KC with 400MHz clock speed, 32MB SDRM, 1 10/100 Ethernet port, and 8MB NAND Flash. It runs on the 2.4GHz frequency and makes use of the TDMA protocol of AirMax technology so you’ll have more control when it comes to Internet throughput and the reduction of latency. When you want to secure the network, you can make use of WPA, WPA2, and WEP, as well as services such as NAT, DHCP, and SNMP. 

Robust Design 

The Bullet M2 Titanium wireless radio is made from some of the toughest industrial-grade materials so it’s able to easily adopt or adjust itself to the changes in the environment. It has a long range of operational temperature. To top it off, the device is properly covered with warranty from the Ubiquiti Network. It consumes 7 watts of power. 


The wireless radio system can be installed or managed using a specially designed software known as AirOS. It’s an intuitive interface that’s easy to use and lets you configure or maintain certain settings such as AAP Technology, Channel Shifting, DHCP Relay, and Multiple VLAN Interfaces Support. 

PoE Connection and Radio Setup 

T.his comes with an adapter for power over Ethernet so you deal with fewer power cables. Overall, the wireless radio is quick to install as you can easily snap the antenna onto it.

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