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Topic # 226071 19-Dec-2017 09:33
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I've got a Unifi AC Pro that has only been taken out the box for some testing. Works fine, but I would prefer to use an AC-Lite (as that is powered directly from my Edgerouter SFP, whereas the Pro isn't).

 

Does anybody have an AC-Lite they are looking to upgrade, or alternatively want to but an AC Pro?

 

This is the new, current model, round version (UAP-AC-Pro) which is $279 new.


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  Reply # 1921733 19-Dec-2017 09:59
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I have a Lite. I'd rather have a pro as I have to use the injector.

 

I bought it maybe 4 months ago from B&HPhoto.

 

I am in Chch.


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  Reply # 1921743 19-Dec-2017 10:09
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I've got about 15 lites sitting in boxes. Would be happy to trade one for your pro.






 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1921753 19-Dec-2017 10:29
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Thanks, PM'd both of you.

 

Forgot to say I'm looking for an AC Lite that has the blue sticker on the box as per https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Wireless/Updating-PoE-Standards-on-the-UniFi-Product-line/td-p/1999465 "Now Supports 24V and 802.3af/A", and also looking to recover some of the cost difference between an AC Lite and AC Pro.


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  Reply # 1921768 19-Dec-2017 10:54
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CamH:

 

I've got about 15 lites sitting in boxes. Would be happy to trade one for your pro.

 

 

How much for one (maybe two depending on price) of your AC-Lites? I am in ChCh.


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  Reply # 1921823 19-Dec-2017 12:03
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Mine doesn't have af/A. I didn't know the lites were getting that. I thought just lr.



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  Reply # 1921825 19-Dec-2017 12:06
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Psilan: Mine doesn't have af/A. I didn't know the lites were getting that. I thought just lr.
OK, thanks. My current Lite has af/A so was wanting to be future proof if I upgrade switch in future.


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