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Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-LITE-US 802.11ac Indoor 2.4/5GHz US/CA (NEWEGG) $76.49

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Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-LITE-US 802.11ac Indoor 2.4/5GHz US/CA

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BH photo has the same one. probably $0.20 more, but with free shipping and no tax for many states. Hope this help.
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It looks like a lot of their Ubiquity stuff is on sale.

The Cloud Key is 10% off. ($79.99-10%)
The Pro version of this AP is $14.00 off. ($139.99-$14.00)
The 4 port UniFi Gateway is $11 off ($110-$11.00)
* I added to cart before I saw that but they make it easy to "clip the coupon" in cart.

Those are the only ones I checked, but I would think other stuff would be discounted. These make the prices better than Amazon, they are authorized resellers, and no tax except in NY. TU OP!

BTW - these prices are at BH Photo per what aandrew stated above.
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.... and no tax except in NY.
Within the United States, Newegg.com charges tax on orders shipping to California, Indiana, New Jersey and Tennessee only.
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They've been having 10% discounts for the past weeks. What's a good price to buy ?
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They've been having 10% discounts for the past weeks. What's a good price to buy ?
I've been watching prices on their stuff for months. For their current products, now is a great time to buy, as these are the best deals I've found.
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Are these capable of handoffs between APs? I read somewhere the LITE APs don't support handoffs...
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Are these capable of handoffs between APs? I read somewhere the LITE APs don't support handoffs...
Yes, that's kind of the entire point of a distributed WiFi system. They also will support "Fast Roaming" although I don't recommend using it. The recent large-scale serious WiFi vulnerability that was discovered (KRACK) makes use of Fast Roaming in particular and the truth is that it never works quite as well as the spec would make it appear any way.

These hook together through UniFi and broadcast a single SSID over multiple APs to allow for "seamless" roaming between base stations. You can easily set minimum RSSI levels at each AP to force devices off the weaker AP in a multi-AP scenario or environment to do what you're looking for.
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It looks like a lot of their Ubiquity stuff is on sale.

The Cloud Key is 10% off. ($79.99-10%)
The Pro version of this AP is $14.00 off. ($139.99-$14.00)
The 4 port UniFi Gateway is $11 off ($110-$11.00)
* I added to cart before I saw that but they make it easy to "clip the coupon" in cart.

Those are the only ones I checked, but I would think other stuff would be discounted. These make the prices better than Amazon, they are authorized resellers, and no tax except in NY. TU OP!

BTW - these prices are at BH Photo per what aandrew stated above.
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Thanks! Been waiting for the Pro to go onsale again. Ended up buying from B&H because their free shipping was better than Newegg's.
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Are these capable of handoffs between APs? I read somewhere the LITE APs don't support handoffs...
UAP-AC-LITE vs UAP-AC-PRO for home use [ubnt.com]
Convince me to buy AP AC PRO instead of AC Lite [ubnt.com]
UniFi AP AC - Lite vs Pro - Home user [ubnt.com]
Differences Between Ubiquiti Access Points: UAP-AC-LITE Vs. UAP-AC-PRO [hummingbirdnetworks.com]
Ubiquiti AC Pro and AC Lite Access Points Reviewed [smallnetbuilder.com]

IMO for home use go with the Lite. Mine is not in the best position but still providing a solid signal two floor away. With the lower price of the Lite you can buy a second to cover a greater area. Unless you really need 3x3 MIMO so you can show off how fast you Macbook Pro's wifi is.
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They've been having 10% discounts for the past weeks. What's a good price to buy ?
Whenever there are blanket ~20% off codes for retailers tends to be the best bet. 10% is about the best I've seen on UIbiquiti products being directly discounted,.
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I bought Three UAP-AC-LITE from NewEgg about a month ago when they last had this sale and the units I received from NewEgg were all manufactured in mid-2016.

May not matter to some but there is a slightly newer version of the hardware that supports true PoE, the older version which I got only works with passive PoE injectors (which are included), however if you already have a proper PoE switch (which I do for PoE cameras) the old version will not work whereas the new version will.

Just food for thought -- otherwise I have been very happy with these units.
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UAP-AC-LITE vs UAP-AC-PRO for home use [ubnt.com]
Convince me to buy AP AC PRO instead of AC Lite [ubnt.com]
UniFi AP AC - Lite vs Pro - Home user [ubnt.com]
Differences Between Ubiquiti Access Points: UAP-AC-LITE Vs. UAP-AC-PRO [hummingbirdnetworks.com]
Ubiquiti AC Pro and AC Lite Access Points Reviewed [smallnetbuilder.com]

IMO for home use go with the Lite. Mine is not in the best position but still providing a solid signal two floor away. With the lower price of the Lite you can buy a second to cover a greater area. Unless you really need 3x3 MIMO so you can show off how fast you Macbook Pro's wifi is.
I totally agree - getting more LITE units is the way to go. Since you control/manage them from a single interface it is very easy, e.g. you don't have to configure them individually.
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So can a UAP AP be powered off of the PoE port on a Ubiquiti Edge router, or does it need an AC plug or different PoE switch?
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