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Ubiquiti Unifi AP-AC Lite Radio access point £68.50 at ebuyer_uk_ltd eBay
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Ubiquiti Unifi AP-AC Lite Radio access point £68.50 at ebuyer_uk_ltd eBay

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Posted 16th Nov 2019

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Enterprise grade Wifi Acess points with so much customisability.
Networking
- Data Transfer Rate: 867 Mbps
- Data Link Protocol: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac
- Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
- Max Range Open Space:122 m
- Capacity: Concurrent devices : 200+ BSSIDs per radio : 4
- Features: VLAN support, wall mountable, Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) support, Quality of Service (QoS), reset button, 2T2R MIMO technology, ceiling mountable
- Encryption Algorithm: AES, TKIP, WPA, WPA2, WPA-PSK, WEP
-Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.1Q, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac
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The Lite version is usually around £70 to £80 and the LR often from £90 and up..... I've rarely seen it lower unless a second hand ebay item. Interested if anyone has seen new LR versions below that price.

I've got the Lite version and it's excellent.... gives good round the house wifi and very stable... I run their controller software on a mini PC that runs 24/7 but you can much more easily setup using the Unifi app from a phone. It comes with a PoE 24volt adaptor and these later v2 versions can run on regular 48v PoE switches as well.

Very configurable, not very home user oriented from a setup point of view.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Nov 2019
Apologies guys I just looked and these are brand new from ebuyer. The ones I was referring to are refurbs
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Great price LR model is £84 with the discount
Edited by: "bluestreak56" 16th Nov 2019
Not a good deal, if you hunt around you can get a LR for the same price as the lite, 5 or 10 quid more and you can get a pro
Edited by: "ookitnow" 16th Nov 2019
ookitnow16/11/2019 16:50

Not a good deal, if you hunt around you can get a LR for the same price as …Not a good deal, if you hunt around you can get a LR for the same price as the lite, 5 or 10 quid more and you can get a pro


Where abouts? Amazon is dearer than this
The Lite version is usually around £70 to £80 and the LR often from £90 and up..... I've rarely seen it lower unless a second hand ebay item. Interested if anyone has seen new LR versions below that price.

I've got the Lite version and it's excellent.... gives good round the house wifi and very stable... I run their controller software on a mini PC that runs 24/7 but you can much more easily setup using the Unifi app from a phone. It comes with a PoE 24volt adaptor and these later v2 versions can run on regular 48v PoE switches as well.

Very configurable, not very home user oriented from a setup point of view.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Nov 2019
I’m looking at getting one of these for home use, be it the LR or pro. Also considering the tp-link AC1350. What one would be better ? I have 15mb/s bb.
Edited by: "tobycgraham" 16th Nov 2019
ookitnow16/11/2019 16:50

Not a good deal, if you hunt around you can get a LR for the same price as …Not a good deal, if you hunt around you can get a LR for the same price as the lite, 5 or 10 quid more and you can get a pro

Please post a deal or link here after you did the hunting.
spannerzone16/11/2019 16:56

The Lite version is usually around £70 to £80 and the LR often from £90 an …The Lite version is usually around £70 to £80 and the LR often from £90 and up..... I've rarely seen it lower unless a second hand ebay item. Interested if anyone has seen new LR versions below that price.I've got the Lite version and it's excellent.... gives good round the house wifi and very stable... I run their controller software on a mini PC that runs 24/7 but you can much more easily setup using the Unifi app from a phone. It comes with a PoE 24volt adaptor and these later v2 versions can run on regular 48v PoE switches as well.Very configurable, not very home user oriented from a setup point of view.


Are the ones shipped the newer ones that have 802.3af switch power compatible?
Same price with a Ubiquiti authorised reseller for authorised and easier RMAs, I know because I sourced all my UniFi stuff through them and had to RMA a 16 way switch. Free return and new switch authorised through Ubiquiti support without a hitch.

netxl.com/wifi-access-points/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-unifi-wifi-wireless-access-point/
Edited by: "1rhysdavies" 16th Nov 2019
tobycgraham16/11/2019 17:03

I’m looking at getting one of these for home use, be it the LR or pro. A …I’m looking at getting one of these for home use, be it the LR or pro. Also considering the tp-link AC1350. What one would be better ? I have 15mb/s bb.


Would have said which ever one is cheeper and or easy for you to use. - Unifi's App is so simple but has the option to go more indepth.
akkie00716/11/2019 17:10

Are the ones shipped the newer ones that have 802.3af switch power …Are the ones shipped the newer ones that have 802.3af switch power compatible?


I would assume these shipped are the latest version (I didn't get mine from ebuyer) My AC-Lite says its 24v and 802.3 af compatible, apparently since early 2017 the AC Lite is capable of 24 and 48v PoE.... it seems most PoE switches should work but check before buying.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 16th Nov 2019
tobycgraham16/11/2019 17:03

I’m looking at getting one of these for home use, be it the LR or pro. A …I’m looking at getting one of these for home use, be it the LR or pro. Also considering the tp-link AC1350. What one would be better ? I have 15mb/s bb.


Pro for definate. Or a NanoHD if you can stretch to it.
Apologies guys I just looked and these are brand new from ebuyer. The ones I was referring to are refurbs
when I moved to virgin, I installed these.
Great buy one way or the other.
Rock-solid for 2 years now. I'm using LR with SW24 and GW, a great piece of kit.
Can a printer be connected wirelessly to these?
Silly question, why get these over the BT or Google full mesh devices. BTW I'm a network engineer and love to play around with kit but struggling to see what this does different once setup and bored of the UI

Thanks
Can these be used like a mesh system if you buy 3, I think I read the LR ones can? Also do these need a controller also to be purchased
beerglass17/11/2019 10:04

Silly question, why get these over the BT or Google full mesh devices. BTW …Silly question, why get these over the BT or Google full mesh devices. BTW I'm a network engineer and love to play around with kit but struggling to see what this does different once setup and bored of the UI Thanks


I think more the fact that this is easy-to-use enterprise grade gear. Some people prefer that - reliability, support, performance.

We have 2 in an absolutely ancient thick walled house for 14 devices. Never had any issues in the years its been on.

Unifi controller is on a VM from our homelab. However, after setting up (e.g. on Windows / Linux or even your phone) the controller doesn't have to remain online.
trilock17/11/2019 11:09

Can these be used like a mesh system if you buy 3, I think I read the LR …Can these be used like a mesh system if you buy 3, I think I read the LR ones can? Also do these need a controller also to be purchased


Pointless meshing them. You may as well buy a mesh system. They can be meshed yes but you would be better off buying something designed for that purpose.

These are designed to be hard wired into your main network not meshed.

They can however be meshed but I'd advise against that. Just run ethernet to each one.
1rhysdavies16/11/2019 17:12

Same price with a Ubiquiti authorised reseller for authorised and easier …Same price with a Ubiquiti authorised reseller for authorised and easier RMAs, I know because I sourced all my UniFi stuff through them and had to RMA a 16 way switch. Free return and new switch authorised through Ubiquiti support without a hitch.netxl.com/wifi-access-points/ubiquiti-uap-ac-lite-unifi-wifi-wireless-access-point/


Is there a LR version or pro for good price? Tried the pants by home, tenda nova, Google mesh all pants. Tenda performs best which I'm using currently, interested to give this a try.
MR112317/11/2019 18:28

Is there a LR version or pro for good price? Tried the pants by home, …Is there a LR version or pro for good price? Tried the pants by home, tenda nova, Google mesh all pants. Tenda performs best which I'm using currently, interested to give this a try.


LR cheaper than Pro. NetXL giving some of the best prices around though. They’re on Amazon but they just add their delivery prices into the item price unless you got Amazon vouchers.
I've had one of these for 2 years now. Can't comment on how good it is as I still haven't gotten around to installing it
I’ve never mentioned on various network threads before. I tried various solutions, Netgear Nighthawks, TP-Link M5, Linksys Mesh, Extenders, BT homehub 5 & 6.

The only reliable solution for me? 2 Ubiquiti Lite APs. I added an LR to cover a bit more. Yes I have Cat 5E to them. Powered by PoE from a Linksys 4 port switch. That also runs the Unify controller.

I also now use a Unify router and Vigen modem, no ISP equipment now used.

I went daft and while I didn’t need to. I work from home and must have 100% internet uptime. Never regretted it. All I really needed was the 2 lite APs. Initial setup using just the App was a breeze. Using the controller, is free from a PC if you want to have further control but isn’t necessary.
I've got a UAC Pro, which is truly excellent. I previously had a sequence of netgears or dlinks running *wrt but the radios would die or the router would become unstable, so having the unifi has actually saved me money.
Good price I personally prefer the pros and allways recommend them first. I have two of the older ap pros and best stable WiFi I've had.
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