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#259738 18-Oct-2019 15:04
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FS - Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-HD MU-MIMO Dual-band AC2600


It has been running good for me for a year or more now. 


I have now replaced it with multiple Google WiFi's across the house that I got given, no longer required now. 


Retails for $555 in PBTech here. You can find all the specs for it on that link. It works as standalone device using phone app to configure and monitor if required, you do not need a UnFi server etc. 


From memory, I have never restarted it and never had any issue since it was put in. It just worked rock Solid and was Stable with range being awesome. 




Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-HD MU-MIMO Dual-band AC2600 (800+1733Mbps) Indoor/Outdoor Wave 2 Enterprise Wi-Fi Access Point, 2 x Gigabit LAN, 48V Passive PoE / 802.3at - 17W, PoE Adapter Included




Build your Wi-Fi network with the UniFi® AC HD Access Point, part of the Ubiquiti Networks® UniFi Enterprise Wi-Fi System. The UAP-AC-HD, is an indoor/outdoor, high-performance, 802.11AC Wave 2 dual-band access point, capable of throughput speeds of up to 2533 Mbps and a maximum range of up to 122 meters. Engineered from the ground up to take advantage of 802.11AC Wave 2, the UAP-AC-HD provides unparalleled multi-user support.


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Comes with POE adapter and ceiling mount plate as per pictures. I have used it on the floor in a corner of a room so far, never mounted it.


I live in Flat Bush, happy for it to be picked up from home or I can meet in Auckland City during working hours. 


Postage is $10 for NZ Wide track and trace. 


Looking for $350 for it. 

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  #2370546 8-Dec-2019 16:15
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Hi, is this still for sale? 

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  #2370548 8-Dec-2019 16:28
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Sold sorry.

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