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#153932 13-Oct-2014 11:51
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On behalf of Waihi Central School I am attempting to sell 15 unify wifi points that were installed last year.  Just after the school received its SNUP (school network upgrade) that included Aerohive wireless points. So we have a reasonably new system surplus to requirements.

With this amount of wifi points you can cover a substantial area (like we did at school).

There is one network power cable unaccounted for, otherwise all are in perfect working order.

We paid $120 per unit.  We are looking for a reasonable price and are open to all offers.  If needing to courier these off we can negotiate on a price 50/50.


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  #1152709 13-Oct-2014 11:55
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What model exactly ? UAP ? And willing to sell individually or want bulk lot sale ?





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  #1152737 13-Oct-2014 12:16
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This would have to come up the day after the weekend when I bought and deployed 4 of them from PB tech.

I could do with a couple more of them. If you are happy to break them up, can you please confirm the model of them, and what sort of price you are wanting for them?









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  #1152758 13-Oct-2014 12:25
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I'd be interested in a couple of them as long as they have 5ghz support (I suspect from the price that they do not).

I don't need the power supplies.

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  #1152759 13-Oct-2014 12:28
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Green light on the picture on the box which IIRC is blue on the pro ones, and they sell for 3x that much. Pro seems to be a stupid idea when they are so close in price to the AC ones, which I am planning on adding a couple of at home when I get some cabling thru for them.




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  #1152793 13-Oct-2014 13:05
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Keen on one if you are selling separately.

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  #1152798 13-Oct-2014 13:11
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I'd consider taking one off you hands as well. I only have one at present and would like to do some testing with multiple APs before I deploy them more widely in future projects.

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  #1152836 13-Oct-2014 13:49
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I would be keen on 1 unit as well depending on the model number. Please let us know the model number of the AP.




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  #1152855 13-Oct-2014 14:08
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Sounds like most of you are interested in buying separately.  I am happy to go with this.  If we could agree to a price per unit for anyone wanting to purchase one that would make life easier for me.  

To answer your questions re model etc I can provide these photos with more info:






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  #1152874 13-Oct-2014 14:22
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YOu have a PM from me :)




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  #1152876 13-Oct-2014 14:24
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FYI the PoE on the UAP (non PRO/AC etc) is not standard 802.1at/f and requires the ubiquiti power injectors.

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  #1152879 13-Oct-2014 14:28
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The adapters to make them follow standards are not that expensive. Not as cheap as the TP Link POE adapters that do 5,9,12v but still reasonable if you have a switch that you would rather power them than a mess of small mains adapters.




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  #1152899 13-Oct-2014 14:51
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eXDee: FYI the PoE on the UAP (non PRO/AC etc) is not standard 802.1at/f and requires the ubiquiti power injectors.


Which going by the image, is included anyway.

They dont tend to sell them without... which is great :)




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  #1152904 13-Oct-2014 15:00
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Which going by the image, is included anyway.

They dont tend to sell them without... which is great :)


Not when you end up with a whole pile of them.

The one from the pro's isnt able to be used to power other things when I tried it either.




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  #1152906 13-Oct-2014 15:03
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richms:
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Which going by the image, is included anyway.

They dont tend to sell them without... which is great :)


Not when you end up with a whole pile of them.

The one from the pro's isnt able to be used to power other things when I tried it either.


UniFi pro is 802.3af

I wish they'd just sell the power supplies separately and sell the gear cheaper, I have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of the things here!



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  #1152908 13-Oct-2014 15:04
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The AP is standard on the pro, but the injector was useless for an IP phone when I tried it, same phone was fine on a switch. The light just flashed on the PSU from the pro like it was shorted.




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