Ubiquiti Bullet2.4GHzTitanium


Ubiquiti Bullet2.4GHzTitanium

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Ubiquiti Bullet2.4GHzTitanium

Availability: Out of stock


The Bullet™ M Titanium is the latest version of the popular Ubiquiti Bullet. Like its predecessor, Bullet M Titanium is a wireless radio with an integrated N-Type RF connector that can be directly plugged in to any antenna1 to create a powerful and robust outdoor Access Point, Client, or Bridge.

The Bullet M Titanium features a tough weatherproof design. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, the casing is designed to withstand nature’s harshest elements. With up to 600 mW of power and enhanced receiver design, the Bullet M Titanium is ideal for long-distance links, capable of up to 100+ Mbps real TCP/IP speeds over several kilometers.

Zero-Variable Deployment

The Bullet M Titanium eliminates the need to use RF cables and requires no special antenna or tools to install. No radio card / host board issues. No RF cable quality concerns. No mechanical stability concerns. No enclosure mounting requirements. With the Bullet M Titanium, operators can just plug and go.

Integrated airMAX™ Technology

The Bullet M Titanium can instantly become a powerful TDMA BaseStation utilizing Ubiquiti’s breakthrough airMAX technology. With airMAX, PtMP networks can scale gracefully while maintaining high throughput and low latency performance.

What’s in it for you?

  • The Bullet M Titanium is engineered to survive extreme conditions. Featuring an upgraded aluminum casing, weatherproof N-Type connection gasket, and water-tight cable gland, the Bullet M Titanium is virtually bullet-proof.
  • Any antenna1 can easily be transformed into a powerful and robust Ubiquiti Access Point, Client, or Bridge by simply plugging in the Bullet M Titanium.


1 Bullet M Titanium can be connected to any antenna with an N-Type female connector.

2 For optimal performance and equipment protection, use Ubiquiti TOUGHCable shielded Ethernet cables

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