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Topic # 226046 18-Dec-2017 10:56
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One Unifi AP.

 

With PoE injector, NZ power cord, and mounting bracket.

 

Works well (there's a slight deformation in one of the screw holes of the mounting bracket but still would work)

 

Pick up Bucklands Beach, Auckland or shipped $7

 

$65


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  Reply # 1921475 18-Dec-2017 20:10
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pass due no info about model type of AP. 





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  Reply # 1921520 18-Dec-2017 21:23
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@DarkShadow Please state the type of UniFi AP you're trying to sell as there are many out there.





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  Reply # 1921546 18-Dec-2017 22:14
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If it is an AC-Lite I wil take it.




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  Reply # 1921672 19-Dec-2017 09:32
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It's the Unifi with no extra letters after the name.


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  Reply # 1922065 19-Dec-2017 16:41
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https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/235634387-UniFi-Which-hardware-generation-is-my-UniFi-Access-Point-UAP-


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  Reply # 1922070 19-Dec-2017 16:52
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Unifi AP looks like a correct product name to me.

 

 

 

Good AP for anyone still using ADSL! GL with the sale 


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  Reply # 1922106 19-Dec-2017 19:04
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OP has provided the full model in the title of the post.

 

Here's the link to the manufacturer's page https://www.ubnt.com/unifi/unifi-ap/

 

For those unfamiliar, the Unifi AP is the original 2.4GHz device. Full datasheet here


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