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Last Edited by dhruva February 4, 2019 at 11:22 AM
Each single-pack includes a PoE adapter 24V

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"AC3000 vs this which is AC1200."
Megabits isnt the only measure of performance, reliability and features. Pretty sure a good chunk of that 3000 is backhaul so it shouldnt even count in comparison to a wired Ubiquiti AP.

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The newer units support 48v and 24v. By newer, I mean anything that was manufactured in the last year. It is likely that these are the newer units.
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Good price. Remember these are 24 volt PoE only. It can get expensive if you need a special switch to power multiple units if you dont want to run individual poe injectors. Poe injector is included though.

EDIT (Today I learned):
"The UAP-AC-LR/LITE was revised after date code 1638/around Sept. 2016, subsequent units support 802.3af in addition to 24V passive. "
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The newer units support 48v and 24v. By newer, I mean anything that was manufactured in the last year. It is likely that these are the newer units.
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for typical single family single floor house, plug one of these into an ER-X sound ok? single PoE injector for both, right?
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Good price. Remember these are 24 volt PoE only. It can get expensive if you need a special switch to power multiple units if you dont want to run individual poe injectors. Poe injector is included though.
Would you please clarify your statement? Are you suggesting that something additional needs to be purchased to use this? Thanks in advance
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Good price. Remember these are 24 volt PoE only. It can get expensive if you need a special switch to power multiple units if you dont want to run individual poe injectors. Poe injector is included though.
I don't believe this is the case anymore as seen in Ubiquiti documentation. The gamble is that a retailer might be selling older stock.

https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/ar...-Powered#2

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/Uni...-p/1999465

Exerpt from link: "While we have produced many devices that support 802.3af/at, a couple of our Access Points (UAP-AC-LITE, UAP-AC-LR) continued supporting only 24V passive. Over the past several months (starting in September 2016) a number of customers have noted the appearance of some UAP-AC-LRs/UAP-AC-LITEs that have a sticker showing "802.3af Compatible"
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Good price. Remember these are 24 volt PoE only. It can get expensive if you need a special switch to power multiple units if you dont want to run individual poe injectors. Poe injector is included though.
The newer models support 802.3af. It will be notated on the box if it does. Unless this is old stock it likely supports it.
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for typical single family single floor house, plug one of these into an ER-X sound ok? single PoE injector for both, right?
You can do it that way. I like to get 24V 1A standard DC adapter (~5.5x2.1mm barrel plug), that will power the ER-X, and allow 24V POE (via eth4). Makes for a clean install.
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Good price. Remember these are 24 volt PoE only. It can get expensive if you need a special switch to power multiple units if you dont want to run individual poe injectors. Poe injector is included though.
The AC-Lites now supports standard 802.11 af POE or 24 volt passive. I believe mid-2017 they switched to accept both. I purchased a LITE from newegg in October 2017 and it had a little blue triangle sticker on the front corner of the box that said accepts 802.11 af. For a while people were receiving old stock which were 24 volt Passive POE only but I believe most of that is cleared out (at least with Newegg). The LITE's still come with the 24 volt Passive POE injector as well.
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Is this better with Edgerouter-X or Orbi RBK-50 to connect 17-19 devices, atleast 3-4 running full time with videos or games? I want a stable, fast connection and currently have 300mps from Cox.
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Would you please clarify your statement? Are you suggesting that something additional needs to be purchased to use this? Thanks in advance
If this is the ONLY unit you plan to use, you are okay as it comes with a 24V PoE injector.

However, if you plan to use multiple units or a combination of AC-Pro and AC-Lite, this unit may not be the best option (assuming that it is an old stock, i,e, does not support 48V). This is because most of the PoE switches out of box (such as D-Link, Netgear etc) support 48V and not 24V.
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$2 less than what I paid last time they were on sale @ Newegg.
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I don't see BuyDig listed as a dealer on Ubiquiti site. Will these have any type of warranty?
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