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The Ubiquiti Network Access Point has a range of up to 600' with speeds of up to 450Mbps on 2.4GHz and 867Mbps on 5Ghz. Refer to the forum thread for additional details & discussion.

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These TP-Link models have good reviews and use a similar chipset to the Ubiquiti models. I think Ubiquiti provides better long-term support than TP-Link though, in terms of firmware upgrades, security fixes, etc. The Unifi controller software is probably more advanced and more actively developed. Unifi also has more "stuff" in their line, like managed switches, routers, etc. TP-Link is pitching the EAP line as a more prosumer line, so maybe they'll do a better job here.
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Can someone confirm that the edgerouter12 can power this AP without a POE injector (i think port 9)? Here's the datasheet https://dl.ubnt.com/datasheets/ed...ter_DS.pdf Here is the Ubiquiti POE matrix https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/ar...re-Powered
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Can someone confirm that the edgerouter12 can power this AP without a POE injector (i think port 9)? Here's the datasheet https://dl.ubnt.com/datasheets/ed...ter_DS.pdf Here is the Ubiquiti POE matrix https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/ar...re-Powered
I'm using a Cisco 3750x switch with this AP and poe usage shows 15.4, the edge router should be able to power this with no problem.
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Can someone confirm that the edgerouter12 can power this AP without a POE injector (i think port 9)? Here's the datasheet https://dl.ubnt.com/datasheets/ed...ter_DS.pdf Here is the Ubiquiti POE matrix https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/ar...re-Powered
Yes it will. edgerouter 12 has 24v Poe out and you can power this AP with 24v Poe.
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Difference between this and AC-PRO?
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Difference between this and AC-PRO?
https://dl.ubnt.com/datasheets/un...APs_DS.pdf
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Difference between this and AC-PRO?
This one has better range, especially for smaller devices like cell phones. AC PRO is a little faster and better for areas with a lot of clients.
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Can someone confirm that the edgerouter12 can power this AP without a POE injector (i think port 9)? Here's the datasheet https://dl.ubnt.com/datasheets/ed...ter_DS.pdf Here is the Ubiquiti POE matrix https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/ar...re-Powered
my ER-X doesnt power it without upgrading the power adapter from 500mA to 1A. Mine keep rebooting. Your edgerouter 12 comes with a 1A adapter so it might work.
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Why can't this support Gigabit wireless speeds.

Questions, I have a wireless router on my main floor. My house is wired with Cat6.
1) Can I put one of these in the basement and the other top floor?
2) Will the SSID be the same?
3) All these need are an Ethernet to power, correct?
4) The router on the main floor doesn't need to be replaced by another one of these correct, since it's just an access point?
5) What router do people recommend using with?
6) Has this been the lowest price?
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my ER-X doesnt power it without upgrading the power adapter from 500mA to 1A. Mine keep rebooting. Your edgerouter 12 comes with a 1A adapter so it might work.
Or you can use the Poe injector from the AP to power the ER-X and then it will per the AP.
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I'm confused. My ER-X didint come with an injector.
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How do I know if I should choose this AP vs. the PRO version?

First time building a home network, will be using Sonic's gigabit internet and the house is two story, ~1700 sq ft. Thinking of just putting one AP in the kitchen/living room area (front of house) and one in the hallway that leads to office/bedroom (back of house).

Will having 2 APs on the 2nd floor suffice and reach the ground floor (garage and 1 in-law bedroom)?

I plan to also have some smart home devices like security cameras (indoor and outdoor), a smart doorbell, and just smart light switches (Zwave tied to a smartthings hub).
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