Ubiquiti UniFi Outdoor Mesh Pro Dual Band PoE Access point
Ubiquiti UniFi AC-M Mesh Pro Access Point, Dual-Band, 3 x Antennas, GbE, PoE, 802.11ac
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
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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.
The UAP-AC-M-PRO has multiple power options, enabling users to power via an 802.3af PoE compatible switch and can be powered over 24V passive PoE, or a 802.3af Alternative A compatible switch, or the included Gigabit PoE adapter. It also features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, the main port is for data transfer and the second port is designed for bridging.
Weather-Resistant Form Factor
The enclosure of the UniFi AC Mesh Pro AP is designed to withstand the elements, making it ideal for outdoor deployment.
Unique provisioning LED provides administrator location tracking and alerts for each device.
Built-in dual-band omni-directional antennas deliver expanded range coverage outdoors.
The UniFi AC Mesh Pro AP can be mounted on a wall or pole. (All accessories are included.)
Dual Gigabit Ethernet Ports
The primary port is for data and PoE; the secondary port is for bridging.
Multiple Power Options
You can power the UniFi AC Mesh Pro AP with an 802.3af compatible switch, UniFi PoE Switch, or the included Gigabit PoE adapter.
Use the UniFi Controller to provision thousands of UniFi APs, map out networks, quickly manage system traffic, and provision additional UniFi APs.
Use the RF map to monitor and analyze radio frequencies for optimal AP placement, configuration, and troubleshooting.
Powerful RF Performance Features
Advanced RF performance and configuration features include spectral analysis, airtime fairness, and band steering.
Use the configurable reporting and analytics to manage large user populations and expedite troubleshooting.
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.
For devices that support Plug & Play Mesh, this functionality is extended to allow multi-hop wireless uplink - so wirelessly uplinked APs can support uplink to other wirelessly uplinked APs.
Guest Portal/Hotspot Support
Easy customization 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 customization and branding of Hotspot portal pages.
A single cloud-based UniFi Controller 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 admin read/write and read-only accounts.
Manage flexible configurations of large deployments. Create multiple WLAN groups and assign them to an AP's radio. Features • 2.4 GHz Speed 450 Mbps
• 2.4 GHz MIMO 3 x 3
• 5 GHz Speed* 1300 Mbps
• 183 m (600 ft) Range
• PoE Mode 802.3af PoE
• VLAN 802.1Q
• Advanced QoS Per-User Rate Limiting
• Guest Traffic Isolation Supported
• WMM Voice, Video, Best Effort, and Background
• Concurrent Clients 200+
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Model||UniFi AC Outdoor Mesh Pro|
|Device Type||Wireless Access Point|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Network Ports||1 x RJ45 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) BaseT for WAN|
|Wired Protocols||IEEE 802.3|
|Total LAN Connections||0|
|Total WAN Connections|
|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance||Unknown pps|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance||unknown|
|Wireless Speed||1750 (450+1300) Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||8 dBi|
|Antenna||3 x Dual-Band Antennas|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal RAM Memory Type|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Buttons||1 x Reset Button|
|Max. Power Consumption||9 W|
|Security & VPN|
|Dimensions||181.2 x 343.2 x 60.2 mm (WxHxD)|
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