Excuse the cable lashing - I hadn't actually finished tidying up before I took the picture. The important thing to understand from this that the vertical adjustment in the dish is provided by the bracket itself.
This itself is a bit of a pain. Okay, in this case, the wall the bracket is mounted to is almost perfectly perpendicular to the desired target. But thats not always the case. If the wall was at only 45 degrees, and we used the vertical of the bracket to adjust it, the dish itself would be pulled off of a perfectly vertical axis.
So with this dish - plan ahead.
The other thing to note is that all the Mimosa dishes are 48v. The bigger ones use all 8 cores in a PoE ethernet cable, and the lights only use four cores. Don't mix up the PoE blocks. Or do as I do and use Netonix Switches everywhere - they can cope with traditional Ubiquiti 24v devices, standard 24v PoE as well as non-standard and standard 48v devices like these.
Just be careful what power you run to your remote device. Label the cables!
Lets talk about performance.
Size: You can see that these Lites are physcially small. The B5's are more akin to NB400's in size (400mm or so diameter dishes). We found that 10 miles was a good maximum usable range on the B5's, and we're guessing that 5 miles or less is a good working maximum on the Lites. (You can get connectorised B5's that bolt onto the back of Ubiquiti Rocketdishes - they go right up to 5 feet in diameter if you really want to transmit 50 miles).
Throughput: The B5's have GPS built right in. Why? It's not as if they're going to drive around and get lost, right? Well, the B5's use the GPS timing signal to predict exactly when the transmission packet will end - and give far better timing resolutions to the signals in general. This works because both ends have access to the same clock which has a resolution measured in millionths of a second. The Lites do NOT have GPS built in, so we're surviving on just the excellent radios. So give the little brothers a break.
Performance: Here's a screenshot from one of these Mimosa Lite Links.