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Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 802.11ac Dual-Radio PRO Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO-US), Single,White
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- Manage Your Networks from a Single Control Plane
- Intuitive and Robust Configuration, Control and Monitoring
- Remote Firmware Upgrade
- Users and Guests
- Guest Portal/Hotspot Support
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Ubiquiti Networks Unifi Dual-Radio PRO Access Point
Deploy the UniFi AC Pro AP indoors or outdoors, in wireless networks requiring maximum performance. Sporting a weatherproof design, the UniFi AC Pro AP features simultaneous, dual-band, 3x3 MIMO technology and convenient 802.3af PoE/802.3at PoE+ compatibility.
- 3 Dual-Band Antennas, 3 dBi each
- Max. Power Consumption: 9W
- 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)
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|Connectivity Technology||USB||Wi-Fi Ready||Ethernet||Wi-Fi Ready||—||Wireless|
|Item Dimensions||1.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 inches||6.92 x 6.92 x 1.70 inches||6.30 x 6.30 x 1.30 inches||6.30 x 6.30 x 1.24 inches||6.00 x 3.00 x 1.50 inches||7.74 x 7.74 x 1.38 inches|
|Item Weight||0.77 lbs||6.00 ounces||1.50 lbs||6.00 ounces||0.60 lbs||0.77 lbs|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||802.11ac||802.11a/b/g/n/ac||—||802.11ac|
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Almost 2 years later and 20 helpful votes (thanks by the way).. All are STILL rock solid. Do be sure to boot up your AP config software every blue moon to check for firmware updates for overall security purposes. Nice touch is you can implement a rolling upgrade automatically so coverage impact is minimized. I always seem to forget where the dang wireless settings are. Bottom left is your answer.
I stand by my original review and will most likely never use another consumer grade wireless router again... Period.
Rock steady reliability and performance.
I will let other reviewers state technical facts. If you are here, you most likely already know anyways.
Rock steady Wifi AP w/802.11AC/N/G with POE+ 48v gigabit connectivity that looks nice... I'm not sure humanity can ask for more at this point.
This WILL rescure you from the plague that is consumer grade WiFi.
Only goofy part is the Java based Ubiquiti configuration software and a laptop/PC/MAC that you need to have in your hands to access/configure them once out of box. This software is NOT required for them to function, only for initial configuration and administration access. Currently "UniFi 5.6.29 Controller for Windows" is the name of the configuration/administrative software at the time of this writing.
I have now installed 4 of these at several locations. AP has 2 ports, MAIN (in) and Secondary (for daisy-chain) to another AP.
Wifi Coverage is fantastic, aesthetically most think it's a smoke detector, and the blue light serves as a classy night light (can be turned off if so desired)
FYI I have used BV-Tech POE switches as well as WiFi Texas POE 12-48v rack mount injector. Both work great.
I feel it important to note that perhaps the average Joe consumer would have issues getting this up and functional. I am an IT professional with 20 years experience from wiring to servers so I had no issues. This is perhaps more professional grade and physical installation and POE requirements may push this beyond most common consumers tools/technical abilities. This is not meant to be sitting on a desk in a home. It's meant for ceiling installations.
It does come with a POE injector which can reside patch panel side if you don't have a POE switch, which I thought was nice. I would like to request Ubiquiti offer this model WITHOUT the POE injector for less $$$ for those that don't need it due to other POE solutions that are likely already in use.
If installing multiple AP's, you may want to draw a floor plan showing which MAC is located where BEFORE installation. The configuration software is also able to grab GPS location for each AP and overlay onto a blueprint drawing as a map within the software but I have not had the opportunity to test this feature (great idea though).
The management software is really powerful and is a power-users dream. It does require a separate system to run on. To start off with I set it up on my Windows PC, then migrated it to a dedicated Linux server in my basement. The software lets you tweak radio strength and channels, provides alerts on unusual activities (like Radar scans being detected), breakdowns on what wireless clients are connected, what channel they're on, how much bandwidth they've used and so.
It looks like there are associated security Gateway to provide firewall/VPN and other services as well. Plus that in theory integrates into the management software to give greater insight into your internet performance and reliability. I haven't bought one of those yet, but I'd love to take it for a spin to see
Long story short, if you understand the acronyms and what I'm saying in this review, then get this WAP. If you don't understand some advanced networking and wifi terminology, this might not be the best solution for you.
* Great coverage
* Management software is very powerful and lets you dig into a ton of details
* Management software can run on a separate server/system and isn't tied to your device.
* Runs a bit hot (wouldn't put in an attic)
* Requires a separate system to run the management software.
I purchased one of these for my home wireless because the "High performance" consumer so called wireless routers simply couldn't keep up with what I needed. I currently have 4 AC and 2 N clients that all require allot of bandwidth.
The AC-PRO has been able to more than keep up with everything I have thrown at it. It comes with everything you need to mount it and get it up and running. From plugging it into power it took about 3 minutes to get my first SSID setup and devices connected.
- Very easy to setup and use
- Comes with everything you need to mount it
- Great price for the performance
- Does not require a controller
- Small and sleek design
- Comes with a power injector device supports 802.3at PoE+
- Guest wifi and guest portal (When using the controller software)
- Able to be used outdoors. Ubiqiti says weather proof
- The software is easy to navigate and full of features
To many to list check more here: [...]
- If any I guess it runs hotter than other AP's I've used.
I look forward to getting another 1 or 2 of these for my house and testing out the seamless hand off functions. I recommend this to any small business or home owner that wants the best performing wireless. These would even work for larger businesses.
This is my new go to recommendation for friends who ask what AP I recommend for them (Maybe the UAP-AC-LITE model instead of the PRO)
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After I had a bit of a learning curve, I got four of the UAP-AC-PRO's working nicely, with a few rookie mistakes to start with. These replaced two higher end ASUS routers that were configured as AP's.
These are not as easy to set up as a typical wireless AP. With IT experience, I had them up and running in a day using the Ubiquiti Controller software on an older laptop running Windows 10. And configured the way I liked within a few days.
Here are a few pointers for those who may be trying to do the same thing for the first time.
- If you want to use the Ubiquity Controller software, then don't use the app that is available on iOS or Android to configure the AP's. You will need to factory reset them if you do.
- When installing the Ubiquity Controller software on a Windows PC, disable the Windows Firewall, as the install does not open all the necessary ports needed to see and configure the AP's. If you want to use the firewall, you will need to search the internet for the ports that will need to be opened and there are several.
- Java is needed to use the Ubiquity Controller software and if you want to run it as a service, so that it starts automatically, you need the 64bit version of Java. (Which also means Windows needs to be the 64bit version.) You will need to search the internet on how to configure it to run as a service.
- There is no web interface on the AP's. If you aren't going to use the Controller software, then you can configure them using the iOS or Android app, but it doesn't allow you do much more than the basics. You would need to use the SSH command shell to get more granular.
Now that I have the Ubiquity Controller software and the four AP's configured, I can see why these can be a valuable asset to get coverage in a larger building. You are able to roam to the various AP's and they do have the ability to choose the least congested channels if you are in a multi-tenant building. The software even allows you to scan/test all the channels to get a picture of the environment. The Controller software is designed for the full line of Ubiquiti products, however it equally supports environments with just AP's.
We had coverage issues when we had just two ASUS routers configured as AP's in opposite corners of the building, but now that we have four AP's, with one in each corner, we can really see the difference. The Controller software also lets me monitor how everything is running. It was a steeper learning curve than I hoped, but for a business environment, it was worth it.
It would be nice if Ubiquiti made the Controller software install a little more user friendly. For example, configuring all the needed ports for the Windows Firewall. And having a button to install/uninstall it starting as a service.
I discovered that Ubiquiti has a UniFi Cloud Key that runs the UniFi Controller software. Although I haven't tried one yet, I suspect that using it with the UAP's would make setup much easier, as setting up a computer and all that it entails is not necessary.
I ordered and installed the UniFi Cloud Key and followed online procedures to backup the settings from the Windows version and restore them to the Cloud Key. It was easy enough to do and the Cloud Key is definitely the way to go to manage the UAP's.
Super reliable and has eliminated my not-spots
Only negative I can see is that you have to buy other UB equipment to enable some of the options on this AP. I have a different brand of router and switch so I can't take advantage of that. I'm not going to swap them for UB equipment just to activate some of the features of the UB because they don't interest me.
These APs are professional grade and well worth the money if you have a lot of wireless devices. They're also loaded with options but fairly easy to set up if you have networking experience. They've got a really nice web interface and the software is available for Linux which is great for me.
I am leaving in condominium area with very high WIFi density. I tried use different access points, indoor and outdoor and never had positive result.
I tried to reach on my parking spot Tesla 3 2020.
The distance from my condo to the parking spot is not so long, about 40 meters. Meanwhile high density WiFi add lots of interferences so my target spot has very weak signal even with outdoor AP devices having direct vision.
My friend, IT professional recommend me the Ubiquity UAP Pro access point that should be configured with Unifi controller software.
He helped me with all settings and corrected all my errors in the installation and configuring.
Before I was thinking that me is very good in WiFi knowledges and I could set up the device easy.
To correct my errors he Reset the settings and set the controller network. Than he added the device as controller assisted access point.
Way, the controller software adopt the AP, tune all settings in my very complicated situation and I have stable and powerful signal.
Same device, installed alone without controller software gave me negative results.
Same device configured from controller software change situation completely to positive.
The controller is the home laptop with installed Unifi windows software. I don’t need to keep him running always. That is just professional tools to supervise and manage professional Access Point.
I had stable and powerful signal when UAP AC Pro stays outside of the wall and inside.
I hardly recommend the device and I very thankful to my friend to help me installing.
Please ask professional and buy the device.
My existing routers from high level home devices configured in Mesh network. I don’t provide the brand name of the routers and the two routers were pretty expensive.
I am going to sell my existing very expensive routers and buy second Ubiquity access point and I am very sure I will create very stable Mesh network for my home automation system.
Once that was fixed, everything else seemed to go smoothly. Most functionality (including stats) in the interface is only available if you get the Ubiquiti Security Gateway. Management from the cloud seems to work fine, you have to explictly enable the device to communicate with Ubiquiti for this. Requiring the controller software installed on another device is a bit of a drag, they should consider having at least a minimal onboard web UI for simple tasks. They released a firmware update for the KRACK vulnerability fairly quickly.
I used to have lots of disconnect under Windows 8.1 with my Intel 6235 card and the Apple AirPort. I though it was a driver issue all this time, as I didn't had this problem with Windows 7. I was wrong, it was the Apple garbage I had.
User interface isn't as easy to understand, you'll need to get used to it.
I have installed these products on over 300 of my clients, in the medical field. They love them. Its easy to install. Goes with any type of office design.