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Topic # 222614 20-Aug-2017 20:09
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These have been sitting unused since I moved to Unifi. $175 for the pair + shipping.





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  Reply # 1849404 20-Aug-2017 20:10
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I'd be keen, how old are they? Do you have the receipt and warranty details? Can I confirm purchsae with you tomorrow?




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  Reply # 1849407 20-Aug-2017 20:14
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According to my Gowifi account they were shipped 2 May 2016. I can send you their invoice.

 

Do you need the injectors for them? They're somewhere... (I never used them)





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1849410 20-Aug-2017 20:16
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danielfaulknor:

 

According to my Gowifi account they were shipped 2 May 2016. I can send you their invoice.

 

Do you need the injectors for them? They're somewhere... (I never used them)

 

 

Yep injectors would be useful.

 

 




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  Reply # 1849412 20-Aug-2017 20:17
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Cool, I'll track them down when you confirm tomorrow :)





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  Reply # 1849918 21-Aug-2017 17:18
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What unifi did you replace them with?


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  Reply # 1849934 21-Aug-2017 17:40
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@danielfaulknor hey I realized these have just 1 year warranty so they aren't really of interest to me after all. Sorry about that. 

 

For those of you who might be interested, these are great AP's we supply some to customers, they are cloud managed which is super useful since you don't need your own management console like Unifi.


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  Reply # 1849939 21-Aug-2017 17:46
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Hi there. I'm keen if they are still available with the injectors

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  Reply # 1849942 21-Aug-2017 17:48
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I could be interested in these, just have to do some reading. I was planning with going with Ubiquiti, so not so up to speed with these.

 

Can you confirm if you have found injectors? I assume it has to be "proper" PoE - not Ubiquiti passive version?


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  Reply # 1849958 21-Aug-2017 18:57
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They dont have to have the cloud software and can be managed by themselves, and yes they have proper PoE...





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  Reply # 1849976 21-Aug-2017 19:39
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aaaaaand they're gone





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