Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE Enterprise Access Point with PoE
Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE Unif 11ac Enterprise Solution PoE Access Point
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Value and Performance
Featuring an ultra-compact design, the Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE UniFi AC1200 simultaneous dual-band WiFi PoE access point delivers a cost-effective combination of value and performance in a reduced footprint: 25% smaller than the standard UniFi AP. This Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE UniFi AP provides simultaneous dual-band 2x2 MIMO technology, is available in single, triple and five packs, and can be configured with or without a hassle-free hosted cloud controller.
Scalable Enterprise WiFI Management
UniFi is the revolutionary WiFi system that combines enterprise performance, unlimited scalability, and a central management controller. The Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE UniFi access points has a refined industrial design and can be easily installed using the included mounting hardware. Easily accessible through any standard web browser, the UniFi Controller software is a powerful software engine ideal for high-density client deployments requiring low latency and high uptime performance. Use the UniFi Controller software to quickly configure and administer an enterprise WiFi network – no special training required. RF map and performance features, real-time status, automatic UAP device detection, and advanced security options are all seamlessly integrated.
The UniFi Controller is Packed with Features
You can use the UniFi Controller to provision thousands of UniFi APs, map out networks, quickly manage system traffic, and provision additional UniFi APs while using the RF map to monitor and analyse radio frequencies for optimal AP placement, configuration, and troubleshooting. Advanced RF performance and configuration features include spectral analysis, airtime fairness, and band steering.
Wireless Uplink functionality enables wireless connectivity between APs for extended range. One wired UniFi AP uplink supports up to four wireless downlinks on a single operating band, allowing wireless adoption of devices in their default state and real-time changes to network topology. The UniFi Controller also offers configurable reporting and analytics to manage large user populations and expedite troubleshooting.
Guest Portal/Hotspot support
Easy customisation and options for Guest Portals include authentication, Hotspot setup, and the ability to use your own external portal server. Use UniFi's rate limiting for your Guest Portal/Hotspot package offerings. Apply different bandwidth rates (download/upload), limit total data usage, and limit duration of use.
All UniFi APs include Hotspot functionality:
• Built-in support for billing integration using major credit cards.
• Built-in support for voucher-based authentication.
• Built-in Hotspot Manager for voucher creation, guest management, and payment refund.
• Full customisation and branding of Hotspot portal pages.
A single UniFi Controller running in the cloud can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments and multi-tenancy for managed service providers. Each site is logically separated and has its own configuration, maps, statistics, guest portal, and administrator read/write and read-only accounts.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Deploying a Ubiquiti UAP-AC-LITE UniFi AP in a remote or difficult locations is made easier with integrated Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality that allows both power and data to be carried over a single Ethernet cable to the access point. This Access Point includes a PoE injector and a UK power supply.
• Band Steering: Pushes connected WiFi clients to faster interference-free 5GHz channels.
• Airtime Fairness: Minimises problem-client effects on system performance by limiting their airtime access.
• Powerful Hardware- Features the latest in WiFi 802.11AC MIMO technology with WiFi speeds up to 1200Mbps (300Mbps + 867Mbps).
• Includes UK Power Cable - No need to purchase additional cable for use in the United Kingdom, 1.8m IEC C5 cable included.
• Google Maps Integration - Upload your own custom coverage maps or configure your map using the built-in Google Maps API..
• L3 Manageability - With L3 manageability, the UniFi Controller software can be run on a different subnet than the UniFi APs it manages, allowing 'no-touch' AP provisioning.
• Multi-Site Management - A single UniFi Controller can manage multiple, distributed deployments and multi-tenancy for managed service providers. You can configure settings and administrator accounts specific to each deployment.
• One UniFied Network - Option to create one large wireless network across multiple APs that lets users move around the network wirelessly.
• Events and Alerts - UniFi makes it easy to view and set up email delivery of alerts and recent event notifications on your network(s).
• Access Points (APs) - Easily install, configure, and manage all access points from one location.
• Guest Portal/Hotspot Support - Easy customisation and advanced options for Guest Portals include authentication, Hotspot setup options, and the ability to run as an external portal server. Take advantage of UniFi's rate limiting for your Guest Portal and Hotspot package offerings. Apply different bandwidth rates (download/upload), limit total data usage, and limit duration of use.
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Device Type||Wireless Access Point|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections|
|Total WAN Connections|
|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal RAM Memory Type|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Buttons||1 x Reset Button|
|Max. Power Consumption||6.5 W|
|Security & VPN|
|Dimensions||160 x 160 x 31.45 mm (WxHxD)|
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