Take UniFi outdoors and with the new UAP-Outdoor+ with Multi-Lane RF technology. The UAP-Outdoor+ includes two external antennas and a secondary Ethernet port for bridging. It supports 802.11n MIMO at 2.4GHz, with speeds of up to 300 Mbps and a range of up to 183 m (600 ft). Ubiquiti's innovative Multi-Lane RF technology isolates signals on the operating channel and removes adjacent channel interference. Wireless capacity and throughput are increased in high-density areas, and multiple APs can operate in close proximity. Multi Lane RF is ideal for providing reliable WiFi in high traffic environments such as public spaces, convention centers, campuses and event venues.
Scalable and Unified Enterprise WiFi Management
The UniFi Enterprise WiFi System is a scalable enterprise access point solution designed to be easily deployed and managed.
The UniFi Enterprise WiFi System includes the UniFi Controller software which can be easily accessed through any standard web browser. The software installs on any Windows, Mac, or Linux PC and can be run on-premise, in your private cloud or in a public cloud service. Using the UniFi Controller software, an Enterprise WiFi network can be quickly configured and administered without any special training. Real-time status, automatic UAP device detection, map loading, guest/hot-spot management, mobile roaming and advanced security options are all seamlessly integrated.
The UniFi controller software is included with each access point. There are no additional software license or subscription costs required to use the UniFi controller.
Power supply: 100-240VAC 48VDC 0.5A US-style plug
US power cord, US/FCC channel/frequency plan only
UniFi®AP Outdoor+ Tolly test report
UniFi®AP Outdoor User Guide
UniFi®Controller User Guide
UniFi®AP Outdoor Quick Start Guide
UniFi®AP Outdoor+ Quick Start Guide
Multi-Lane™RF Technology Datasheet
Posted by Unknown on 11th Dec 2013
I've purchased a couple of UAP-Outdoor+ units. The first has worked without a problem for a couple of months. The second I hope to use to extend our wireless network via wireless uplink. We'll see whether that works, but initial signs are good.
I've also purchased several Unifi AP units. These have also just worked for months now.