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B&H Photo Video has Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Access Point Enterprise Wi-Fi System (UAP-AC-PRO-US) for $149 - $32 when you 'clip' the coupon on the product page = $117. Shipping is free. Thanks Sydewinder

Alternatively, Newegg has Ubiquiti UniFi Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO) for $137 - $20 w/ promo code AFEMTUUD63 = $117. Shipping is free. Thanks stewarc6 [Discuss]
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BHPhotoVideo has the UAP-AC-PRO for $117 after $32 coupon free shipping

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Last Edited by CChoiVA January 22, 2019 at 08:26 PM
PoE NOT included FYI - dhruva

Newegg [newegg.com] also has Ubiquiti UniFi Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO) for $137 - $20 w/ promo code AFEMTUUD63 = $117. Shipping is free. - CChoiVA

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If you're in a no tax state these are a $1 under my wholesale cost from the largest UBNT distributor in the USA. And I have to pay shipping to get them.

I'm a one map shop and I did 90k with the distributor last year, I can't get better pricing.
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Why does the wiki show POE not included. This is not the E version that excludes it. From the BH photo website:

In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-PRO UniFi Access Point Enterprise Wi-Fi System
48 V, 0.5 A PoE Gigabit Adapter
Wall and Ceiling Mount Adapter Kit
Limited 1-Year Warranty
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Or the app on your phone
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Why does the wiki show POE not included. This is not the E version that excludes it. From the BH photo website:

In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-PRO UniFi Access Point Enterprise Wi-Fi System
48 V, 0.5 A PoE Gigabit Adapter
Wall and Ceiling Mount Adapter Kit
Limited 1-Year Warranty
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Why does the wiki show POE not included. This is not the E version that excludes it. From the BH photo website:

In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-PRO UniFi Access Point Enterprise Wi-Fi System
48 V, 0.5 A PoE Gigabit Adapter
Wall and Ceiling Mount Adapter Kit
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Photos do not show PoE. Look under Package Contents.

Save the screenshot showing PoE if the box ultimately arrives w/o it.
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Plus tax
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Great price for non-tax states. I may get another to install for a relative.
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This or a mesh system?
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This or a mesh system?
If you have Ethernet runs in your house, I suggest multiple access points like this. But if you do not have Ethernet already a mesh system can be a sufficient alternative for most purposes.
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This or a mesh system?
like the other guy said, if you have ethernet runs throughout your house this will be the way to go. I went from a Linksys Velop to a UAP-AC-Lites and just the stability of access points is much more reliable than the mesh system i had.
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like the other guy said, if you have ethernet runs throughout your house this will be the way to go. I went from a Linksys Velop to a UAP-AC-Lites and just the stability of access points is much more reliable than the mesh system i had.
If you deploy multiple of the UAP, do they work as cluster or individual AP using the same SSID. Does it support VLAN?
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This or a mesh system?
It supports mesh and wired. It also supports wired and mesh as backup
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Ordered one. I already have one and it works like a champ. Looking to have extended coverage in the backyard area.
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the most annoying thing about this (and almost a fatal flaw) is that there is no web interface, you have to have a java based controller software on a computer to change settings.
Or the app on your phone
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