Outdoor 802.11n Access Point
Featuring Wi-Fi 802.11n, the UniFi® AP-Outdoor is ideal for outdoor deployment. The UniFi AP-Outdoor+ model operates in the 2.4 GHz radio band, and the UniFi AP-Outdoor5 model operates in the 5 GHz radio band.
Sleek Industrial Design:
Each UniFi® AP-Outdoor model can be seamlessly mounted on any wall or pole (mounting kits included). The LED indicator simplifies deployment and configuration.
Innovative Active RF Filtering:
The UniFi® AP-Outdoor+ model features patented Multi-Lane® RF technology, which isolates signals within the operating channel to provide superior capacity and throughput in high-density environments.
Amazing Wireless Coverage:
Each UniFi® AP-Outdoor model supports up to 300 Mbps with 2x2 MIMO technology and offers an outdoor range of up to 183 m. A secondary Ethernet port can be used for bridging.
Scalability for Thousands:
With its software-based capabilities, the UniFi® virtual control plane allows for unlimited scalability under one centralized controller.
Built to Last Outdoors:
The durable, weatherproof case withstands outdoor conditions, including wind, rain and snow.
Versatile Antenna Options:
Attach the included external antennas or connect the UniFi® AP-Outdoor to a dual-polarity antenna – an airMAX® Sector or Omni — to increase gain.
No Software Fees:
The UniFi® Controller software is bundled with the UniFi AP hardware at no extra charge — no separate software, licensing or support fee.
Scalable Enterprise Wi-Fi Management:
The UniFi® Controller software is a powerful, enterprise wireless software engine ideal for high-density client deployments requiring low latency and high uptime performance. A single UniFi Controller running in the cloud can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments and multi-tenancy for managed service providers.
Advanced Software Features
Intuitive and Robust Configuration, Control and Monitoring:
Instantly provision and configure thousands of UniFi® APs. Quickly manage system traffic.
Custom Maps and Google Maps:
Upload custom map images or use Google Maps for a visual representation of your wireless network.
Take advantage of WLAN groups for flexible configuration of large deployments and enable wireless connection between APs to extend range.