Tarmac down so duct not possible. Isn there a point to point like dish option?
I’ve a pair of the tp links running cameras across the yard and they are perfect, the one on the house is broadcasting WiFi that the phone can pick up but it can be a bit slower than if in the house. I got the last one off hunt office and I think it was delivered within a day or 2. They are nice and easy to set up to, and are POE so only need an Ethernet cable passed out to where it’s to be mountedYes, I haven't used any of them so no personal experience, but this article should come in useful:
It cost us ~$100 to wirelessly connect two buildings across a small wooded area.arstechnica.com
It reads well, and elara stock them along with huntoffice.
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The best point to point I have is a couple of ubiquiti nanostation’s.
Yes,I’ve also x3 engenius access points and there very hard to set up,I wouldn’t recommend them because of this.
I’ve my camera plugged into a modem,then the modem acts a junction that feeds my office and another wi-if repeater,I found another wi-if camera I had worked fine using wi-fi,if it’s not hard work I’d use an Ethernet lead direct into the camera though.Thanks for input. Is it it best hav camera plugged into receiver or is WiFi good enough inside relatively near sheeted shed?
Ok seams relatively straight forward🤞. Will go wit ubiquiti brand which still will only cost five monthly top up of sim. Thanks for help 👍🏼I’ve my camera plugged into a modem,then the modem acts a junction that feeds my office and another wi-if repeater,I found another wi-if camera I had worked fine using wi-fi,if it’s not hard work I’d use an Ethernet lead direct into the camera though.
McCarthy's in carrigtwohill were a Fraser dealer, may have one in stock. Failing that shannoncoilsprings in limerick may have one off the shelf.
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Perfect, that's exactly what I needed to hear. ThanksSorry I missed this tag for some reason.
It really depends on what you plan to do with the tractor in the future, on grassland or loader work 65 series tyres would be a waste on a light tractor like that, in my opinion, personally I think 480/70r34 are a nice match for a MF4345 on grass and they can be put on 14" rims.
If it was me I would look around for second hand rims, then you may take what is available, but if buying new, it is hard to beat Agrigear and go for a 15" or even 16" rim, your current 420/85r34 tyre will fit and you are future proof so can go as wide as you want or even higher if you change the fronts at the same time.