Ubiquiti

24-48 Port Managed Fast Ethernet Switches

These standalone or rackmount switches are ideal when adding additional users or devices to your network. They feature basic 100Mbps speeds and full functionality (layer 2) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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24-48 Port Managed Gigabit Ethernet Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when adding additional users or devices to your network. They feature 1000Mbps (or 1GbE) speeds and full functionality (layer 2 / layer 3) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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5-16 Port Smart Gigabit Ethernet Switches

These standalone switches are ideal for home or small office use when adding additional devices to your network. They feature 1000Mbps (or 1GbE) speeds and some simple data traffic management features in order to control user experience by segregating or prioritising network traffic by type or user. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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5-16 Port Unmanaged Gigabit Ethernet Switches

These standalone switches are ideal for home office use when adding additional devices to your network. They feature 1000Mbps (or 1GbE) speeds and simple plug and play set-up with no configuration required. Power over Ethernet (PoE) models are also available.

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Access Point Management

A network with multiple wireless access points can be tedious to maintain. An AP management device connects into the same network as the access points. The device allows control of all the AP's from one point. Note that some management devices can only control up to a certain number of AP's. Always check the specifications of the device.
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Access Points, Bridges

These pieces of hardware work with both wired and wireless networks and devices in specific ways. A Wireless Access Point is a 'wired to wireless' solution. It extends a wired network by converting it into a wireless connection.A Wireless Bridge allows devices such as gaming consoles, digital video cameras etc that come with a RJ45 network port to connect to a wireless network. As the unit effectively bridges together a wireless network to these connected wired network devices. Check individual specifications of the product for the exact features and capabilities to make sure it meets your requirements.
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Antennas / Aerials / Accessories

These aerials and accessories are for a range of wireless computer products. They include products that will extend the range of the wireless signal. Note that many of these products are specific to particular brands and products, so always check the specification to confirm the application and fitment.
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Broadband Routers - Wired

Wired routers operate in much the same way as a wireless router, just with the absence of the inbuilt wireless access point. This usually means is is a router more designed for professional use, where greater control is required and so separate access points will be used and connected to the router. Wired routers may also have a greater focus on security offering more advanced firewalls than this found in all-in-one models aimed at home use.

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Broadband Routers - Wireless AC

These routers deploy the speed advantage gained by using the latest 802.11ac WiFi standard to make sure your home network is as fast as possible. These routers are some of the best-looking on the market, so it's worth exploring this category if you want a piece of hardware that'll look as good as it runs.

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CCTV Cameras

Closed Circuit Television is all about security and monitoring. Today, CCTV systems run as a computer system and utilise a hard drive for the video recording. Some of the advanced features to look out for include electronic seek to a specific time and 'time stamping' specific events in the recording as required. Other features to look out include wireless and night vision cameras.
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CCTV DVRs / Network NVR's

These devices can be connected to CCTV cameras to record activity at your home or office. Many can connect to four cameras and have complex alarm systems , POS integration and remote access. It's worth checking the dimensions of these boxes in case you have limited space - and to see if they're fanless and therefore silent.

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Dome/Fisheye CCTV Cameras

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Fibre Network Cables

An fibre network or fibre optic cable is used to connect high performance computers or servers to a network. Fibre cabling can support up to 400 Gigabit (400Gbps) speeds in either Ethernet or Infiniband format and features SFP (small form factor pluggable) end plugs (as part of the cable or required separately). A number of SFP formats are available (SFP, SFP+, QSFP+, QSFP28, QSFP56), so it is essential to choose the one that matches your device or switch ports.

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Fibre Transceivers

Transceivers are a required modular interface when using fibre networking technologies. Whether SFP, SFP+, QSFP+, QSFP28 or QSFP56 - these transceiver modules slot into the compatible switch ports to deliver the fastest speed data transmissions whilst providing the lowest latencies.

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Home Mesh WiFi Broadband Routers & Accessories

Mesh routers provide superior WiFi coverage than standard routers. They work by including multiple units, which you can place around your home or office. Each unit communicates with one another using a private radio channel, improving bandwidth and reliability.

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Managed 10Gb Ethernet Switches

These rackmount switches are ideal when adding additional users or devices to your network or upgrading the network core. They feature 10GbE speeds and full functionality (layer 2 / layer 3) data traffic management features in order to control network efficiency by segregating, prioritising or grouping network traffic by type, user or function.

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Network Cables - CAT-5

An Ethernet network cable is used to connect a computer to other users or devices via a switch or router creating a network. Cat-5 or Cat-5e (enhanced) can support up to Gigabit (1000Mbps or 1Gbps) speeds and features RJ45 end plugs.

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Network Tools / Fittings / Accs.

Network wall sockets, tools and accessories for all your cabling network requirements. Build a integrated cable network within the walls of a building to making up loose network patch cables.
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NVR Storage / CCTV Accessories

A range of peripherals and addons to make the most of your CCTV system. Choose from a wide range of products including alarms, video recorders and cables.

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Switch PoE Injectors

Designed to offer Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality for a single or limited number of ports without upgrading the entire switch, these injectors are ideal in adding flexibility and reduced cabling to your network when using PoE enabled devices such as wireless access points and IP cameras.

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Wireless AX (WiFi 6) Products

Take advantage of the latest Wireless AX, also known as WiFi 6, standard to build an ultra-fast network. This category includes WiFi NICs for installing inside a PC plus compatible broadband routers.

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