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Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 802.11ac Dual-Radio PRO Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO-US) w/injector - $104 FS

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Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 802.11ac Dual-Radio PRO Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO-US)

Model includes PoE injector

$103.97 Free Shipping

Dual-Band Antennas, 3 dBi each
• Max. Power Consumption: 9W
• Networking Interface: 2 10/100/1000 Ethernet Ports
• Features auto-sensing 802.3af/802.3at PoE support and can be powered by any of the following: Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Switch 802.3af/802.3at PoE+ compliant switch Ubiquiti Networks Gigabit PoE Adapter (48V, 0.5A)
• Wi-Fi Standards: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

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Last Edited by tmanXX June 4, 2018 at 09:39 AM
Dead! Price at $140+ now.

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This is a good deal for a good AP. I have 4 of these in my house for total coverage.
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Just bought one. I have a rambler. Will this go through the floor into the basement? or should I buy two? It's a 4200 sq. ft. home.
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Just bought one. I have a rambler. Will this go through the floor into the basement? or should I buy two? It's a 4200 sq. ft. home.
At this price buy 2
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Dead? 149$ showing
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Dead already? Price showing $149 for me.
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Dead.
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Doh that went dead fast. Was totally going to pick another up for sure at that price.
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it shows $149 for me
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This was posted twice earlier this morning and those threads were deleted. Not sure why.. Either way I just bought two of these to replace an ac68u. Do folks run a cloud key or generally self-host on a Pi or existing server?
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Not a bad deal on a decent ap. I have one of these that I got for cheaper than this awhile back and two of the UAP-NANO-HD's that I got from the beta store. The nanoHD is the better access point though so if you are debating between the two I would definitely reccomend watching for a good deal on the nano.
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This was posted twice earlier this morning and those threads were deleted. Not sure why.. Either way I just bought two of these to replace an ac68u. Do folks run a cloud key or generally self-host on a Pi or existing server?
I bought the Cloud Key for mine. it simplifies everything.
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This was posted twice earlier this morning and those threads were deleted. Not sure why.. Either way I just bought two of these to replace an ac68u. Do folks run a cloud key or generally self-host on a Pi or existing server?
I have a Pi2 that I use for the controller. Cheap, efficient and works just as good as the controller.
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I have a Pi2 that I use for the controller. Cheap, efficient and works just as good as the controller.

Thanks, I have a couple RPi3s lying around I thought about using. Good to know they work well.

[edit] Just came back to mention UnifiPi. Found and installed this distro, and it is absolutely amazing for not only installing the Unifi Controller in one go, but for managing the Pi overall. If you have Unifi running on a Pi, I'd check it out.
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