The new 5GHz PMP450b SMs are shipping now. The 450b mid-gain is pretty much identical to the ePMP Force180. And 450b high-gain is an integrated dish like the Force200. But that's just 5GHz for now. There's still the 2.4 450 which is the classic SM case. And the 3GHz weird-o half n half case. There's still lots of stock of regular 5GHz 450 SMs too.

On 4/10/2018 2:21 PM, Forrest Christian (List Account) wrote:
As far as I know, cambium is still shipping radios with that mount.  The very latest radios are a different style, but I'm not sure they're even available in some bands yet. Someone who buys this stuff will need to confirm.


Also, keep in mind that customers like to hold onto gear until it is well beyond obsolete.   A not insignificant chunk of my business comes from products which are being used to power and/or otherwise support what I would consider ancient radios.  As a result I still do backwards testing and occasionally end up digging an old radio out of the archives to do interoperability testing (see the 320 thread I started a few days ago).

I know that the WISP I am involved with still has a healthy number of radios in that form factor in place.   I'm not sure if they're deploying any more or not.

On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 1:04 PM, Chuck McCown <ch...@wbmfg.com <mailto:ch...@wbmfg.com>> wrote:

    I am pretty sure I was told or heard that Cambium is transitioning
    totally away from the old canopy style case.
    That is why I have stopped to building my little plastic clip
    basic mount.
    I sent out EOL to distributors but I continue to get orders.
    That form factor is a dead end, right?




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