AMC-ANT672BT - Bluetooth and dual band Wi-Fi dome antenna

Screw mount dome antenna for Bluetooth and dual band Wi-Fi applications.

The AMC‐ANT672BT screw mount dome antenna is suitable for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4/5GHz) applications.

IP67 and IP69K ratings make it ideal for use in demanding environments. In addition, IK09 and IK10 options enable the antenna to be used in discrete, vandal resistant M2M applications such as vending machines or for use in industrial environments.

Cable lengths and connector fittings can be changed to suit your requirements (MOQ's may apply).

Key Features

  • 2.4/5.0GHz ISM
    • 2410 - 2490MHz
    • 4920 - 5925MHz
  • Anti-rotation mechanism
  • Ground plane independent
  • IP67/IP69K ratings (IK09 and IK10 optional)
  • Screw mount

For sales and technical development support from our in-house engineering team, please contact the Alpha Micro team.

Antenna and Electrical Specifications

Parameters

2.4/5.0GHz Antenna

Standards

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, ISM

Band (GHz)

2.4

5.0

Frequency (MHz)

2410 - 2490

4920 - 5925

Return Loss (dB)

~-20

~-15

VSWR

~1.2:1

~1.4:1

Efficiency (%)

~35

~33

Peak Gain (dBic)

~4.3

~1.8

Average Gain (dB)

~-4.4

~-4.8

Impedance (Ohms)

50

Polarisation

Linear

Radiation Pattern

Omni-directional

Max. Input Power (W)

25

Connector Type

Specify (RP-SMA male - standard)

Cable Length

Any cable length (3 meters - standard)

Cable Type

Other cables available (RG174 - standard)

Mechanical and Environmental Specifications

Mounting Type

Screw mount

Dimensions (mm)

Ø 77.3 x 36.5(h)

Radome

PC/ABS UV stable

Colour

Black

Gasket

TPE

Antenna Base

Zamak

Operating Temperature (°C)

-40 to +85

Storage Temperature (°C)

-40 to +85

Certificates

IP67, IP69K (IK09 and IK10 optional)

Substance Compliance

RoHS

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PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
AMC-ANT672BT-xyz Screw mount 2.4/5.0GHz dome antenna.

xyz - allocated according to required cable length and connector type

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Last updated: 9 October 2018