MikroTik LtAP LTE6 Kit with FG621-EA Card, INTL Version [LtAP-2HnD&FG621-EA]

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Regular price $199.00 USD

Product details

  • Type LTE
  • Vendor MikroTik
  • SKU LtAP-2HnD&FG621-EA


Suggested replacement for RBLtAP-2HnD&R11e-LTE and RBLtAP-2HnD&R11e-LTE6

The MikroTik LtAP LTE6 Kit (RouterOS L4) with FG621-EA Card, International Version [LtAP-2HnD&FG621-EA] is a compact heavy-duty LTE access point with a built-in GPS for extensive networking and tracking options without breaking the bank.

In a world where connectivity knows no boundaries, and the roughest terrain meets the need for reliable networks, affordable location tracking, and other extensive features, one device stands out: the LtAP LTE6 Kit! It is a compact wireless access point with built-in GPS in MikroTik's most durable weatherproof case ever.

There are 3 MiniSIM slots, you can use them to set up automatic roaming, switching the mobile operators as you cross the border. The device features two internal LTE antennas, but you can use the U.FL connectors to add external antennas of your choice for even better coverage. The same principle goes for the GPS, you need an external antenna via SMA. The power options are as flexible as it gets. You have the classic DC jack, passive PoE-in, and an automotive connector. We have even seen users powering the LtAP with a 20 000 mAh power bank throughout the da!

LtAP LTE6 kit comes with two miniPCI-e slots, one of these slots is reserved by the LTE modem, while the other one can be used as an expansion slot. You could add a 5 GHz interface, for example, or a second LTE modem for redundancy. This LtAP features a brand new Category 6 LTE modem, the same modem you’ve seen in MikroTik's bestselling Chateau ax series. It supports a variety of popular LTE frequencies, like the B28 band, you can reach consistent speeds of up to 300 Mbps with carrier aggregation, as CAT6 allows devices to use two bands simultaneously. That is a huge advantage in areas with many LTE users. LtAP LTE6 provides better responsiveness in a crowded environment and higher efficiency for weaker signal situations in the countryside. Depending on the service provider, we have seen Internet speed doubling in rural areas after switching to carrier aggregation.