See 'WikiDevi' @ the Internet Archive (MW XML, Files, Images)
upgraded MW to 1.30 - maybe things are slightly less broken

Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation Loco M2

From WikiDevi
Jump to: navigation, search

Ubiquiti Networks NanoStation Loco M2 (LOCOM2)

FCC approval date: 30 September 2011
UPC: 609728683597 (UPC DB, On eBay)

Amazon image

B00DCNRTAG (Flag of the United States.svg, On Amazon, On CCC)
B004EGI3CI (Flag of the United States.svg, On Amazon, On CCC)

Type: access point

Industry Canada ID: 6545A-M2L

Power: 24 VDC, 0.5 A
Connector type: Ethernet (PoE)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) tag: non-standard (otherwise unspecified)

CPU1: Atheros AR7240 (400 MHz)
FLA1: 8 MiB
8,388,608 B
65,536 Kib
8,192 KiB
64 Mib
0.00781 GiB
(Winbond W25Q64CVFIG)
RAM1: 32 MiB
33,554,432 B
262,144 Kib
32,768 KiB
256 Mib
0.0313 GiB
(ESMT M13S2561616A)

Expansion IFs: none specified

WI1 chip1: Atheros AR9287
WI1 802dot11 protocols: bgn
WI1 MIMO config: 2x2:2
WI1 antenna connector: U.FL

ETH chip1: Atheros AR7240
LAN speed: 10/100
LAN ports: 1


Third party firmware supported: OpenWrt, Gargoyle, DD-WRT • (List)

Default SSID: ubnt
Default IP address:
the IP is used by 7 additional devices
of which 5 are Ubiquiti Networks devices
Default login user: ubnt
Default login password: ubnt
ubnt:ubnt credentials used by 23 additional devices
of which 23 are Ubiquiti Networks devices

802dot11 OUI: none specified

For a list of all currently documented Atheros chipsets with specifications, see Atheros.

2.4GHz Indoor/Outdoor airMax 8dBi CPE

FCC test results[edit]

  • Radiated power (with antenna): 115 dBuV/m peak (802.11b CH1,CH11)
(this is indeed a high gain directional antenna)
  • Output power (before antenna): 22 dBm peak (802.11b CH6) (158.48mW)
(unit has >10dB output power flatness from CH1 to CH11
- shit RF PCB design/calibration)


  • M2 - Atheros AR7240/AR9283, 2x FE ports, 28dBm/11.2dBi
  • Loco M2 - Atheros AR7240/AR9287, 1x FE, 23dBm/8.5dBi
Like other UBNT devices, activation seems to be required.
Atheros AR724x device, DD-WRT wiki says AR7240,
WiFi chip is probably AR9287 (if not, AR9283)

Reg. third party firmware support[edit]

  • OpenWrt and Gargoyle (.. which is based on OpenWrt) firmware
should work fine on these devices.

See also[edit]