Ubiquiti UniFI Access Point UAP Outdoor 2x2 MIMO 5 GHz 300Mbps 180 Meters Range
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- Outdoor, Weather Resistant Enclosure
- 5 GHz Band with 2x2 MIMO
- Throughput Speeds of up to 300 Mbps
- Range up to 183 meters (600 feet)
- Package Contains UniFi Outdoor5 Access Point, PoE Adapter(24V, 1A), Pole/Wall Mount Kits, Quick Start Guide
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|Connectivity Technology||ethernet, wi-fi||wi-fi||ethernet, wi-fi||Wi-Fi||wi-fi||ethernet, wi-fi|
|Item Dimensions||3 x 10 x 7 in||1.81 x 1.35 x 13.9 in||1.5 x 4 x 8 in||6.6 x 9.9 x 3 in||7.4 x 8.9 x 11.69 in||—|
|Item Weight||—||5.44 ounces||0.65 lb||1.95 lbs||0.6 lb||6.5 lbs|
|Wireless Compability||802.11n||802.11 a/b/g/n||802.11n||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n||802.11n||802.11 a/b/g/n, 801.11 AC|
UniFi is a revolutionary WiFi system which combines carrier class performance, unlimited scalability and a virtual management controller. UniFi AP-Outdoor (UAP-Outdoor): Take UniFi outdoors and link farther with the UAP-Outdoor. The UAP-Outdoor includes two external antennas and a secondary Ethernet port for bridging. It supports 802.11n MIMO, with speeds of up to 300 Mbps and a range of up to 183 m (600 ft).
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A few things about this. First, if you are not a tech person expect setting this up to be somewhat difficult. I would not say it is hard but if you do not know what you are doing then you may encounter some trouble with compatibility with other software, routers, etc.. We do not have any other ubiquiti products so there were a few hiccups. Second, this product is designed so that it can be used on conjunction with other ubiquiti products, so do keep that in mind if you want to get coverage for a very large area. Specifically, you can have various wifi access points and connect them, the guide suggests college universities, camp sites.. etc.. we did not have any other devices because we just wanted wifi in the yard. Third, you can actually put this outside so you could mount it to your house outside to have greater coverage or on a post in the yard or elsewhere.
At the end of the day, my dad ended up putting this in our attic which allows for coverage over the entire yard. He did not want to put it outside for whatever reason. I would give this item 5 stars for coverage area (the garage is at least 20 feet away and has wifi with no problem, plus coverage in the yard and driveway) but 4 stars for ease of setup for the average person. There is a help forum and other guidance can be found by googling.
Everything below this line is old review. i have fixed the problem, and my only complaints are: support is community based, now. all this means is that if you have an issue, no matter how articulate you are, you're going to get canned responses. that's minus half star. the other minus half star is for the incredibly convoluted setup process. I'll be buying more, but i want people to be aware this isn't a drop in replacement for your linksys or d-link router. Half star off for frustration.
Bought this, didn't set it up right away. I wish i had, so i could return it. The only thing it has going for it is sheer, unadulterated range. I have about 7 acres of land, including 1000' of frontage, and this covers pretty much all of it, through trees and everything.
With that said, the throughput is garbage. My phone can manage 900kbit a second. this is sub one megabit speeds. my laptop can get 6mbit if i am lucky. I've updated the firmware and done the troubleshooting recommended by both the manufacturer's website and the device's community support.
I've tweeted Ubiquiti about the issue, today, and i am waiting to hear back from them about a possible replacement. If i do get a replacement and it works much better, i will come back and change this review at that time.
I'm so pleased with the product I've purchased the titanium bullet, an identical 2nd outdoor AP, and the Unify Access Point AC that is due to begin shipping soon(UAP-AC). The last product should be backward compatible to current industry standard 802.11n products, but the IEEE hasn't certified the ac standard yet.
My only complaint is that when I went to buy the second outdoor access point, I found it for $60 less from another vendor. No problem, except both prices were listed as MSRPs. Amazon lists the MSRP at $199, the other vendor lists the same product ID # for MSRP of $139. I was concerned because an MSRP shouldn't vary by vendor; it should be set by manufacturer.
I've downgraded my disgruntled affect, for now, given that the Ubiquiti parent company site gives no listed MSRP that I can find; so, I can't justly escalate from my current gruntled status to overt code red disgruntled until further investigation.