Ubiquiti WiFi Support

Ubiquity WiFi Access Points Support

The Ubiquiti Unifi WiFi line of products have been around for years.  They are for the most part appear the same way but each model differs in Wi-Fi coverage, price, and generation of the product.  Check out our new Ubiquiti post if you need a refresher course in why we choose certain routers and switches.

Ubiquiti Unify Wave 1.

 

For basic coverage the wave 1 APs are fine but they are getting old. I’d consider something newer. I’d rather have a U6-lite than an AC-Lite for $99, but it all depends on what’s in stock and what price it is these days.

 

Ubiquiti Unify Wave 2

 

This is higher density and higher spatial streams on wave 2 would shine if you’re expecting a lot of users in an area like a conference room or a lobby.

 

Ubiquiti Unify U6 – Latest and Greatest

 

Keep an eye out for the U6 line of Unifi WIFI 6 products.  This is the latest release of Ubiquiti WiFi Access Points.

 

Give us the Pricing

 

We broke down the hardware specs and ballpark pricing so you don’t have to for all frequently used Ubiquiti Wifi Access Point Products.

 

Lite – $99

Seems ideal for home

Both

New – Access Point WiFi 6 Lite – Ubiquiti Inc. – Wave 2

5G 1200 megabits

Same size as Nano-HD

 

Old – Access Point Lite – Ubiquiti Inc. – Wave 1

300 megabits

 

 

Long Range – $179

Seems ideal for warehouse

New – Access Point WiFi 6 Long-Range – Ubiquiti Inc. Wave 2

5G 2400 megabits

Old – Access Point Long-Range – Ubiquiti Inc. Wave 1

5G 867 megabits

 

HD – $350

2500 megabits

Access Point HD – Ubiquiti Inc.

 

Nano HD – $179

200 concurrent users

Access Point nanoHD – Ubiquiti Inc.

5G 1.7 G

UDM

All in one device Home product shaped like Google Home device

 

Ubiquiti WiFi Support Summary

Business decision makers should have a better idea of what Ubiquiti WiFi Access Point hardware to proceed with but should also understand not all access points are in stock or are within their budget.  Ubiquiti WiFi Support is generally needed for deployment but having the hardware already onsite will make the installation and configuration go a heck of a lot more smoothly,

 

 

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