How to easily turn an existing smart-wired (hard wired) home into a Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) enabled home?
The traditional way, connect a Wireless Access Point (WAP) to a data point or hard wired ethernet cable. Ugly is it not!
Introducing a new and elegant way that will turn ugly (and useless if you need wi-fi) Ethernet data Points (see below)…
…. Into Elegant Wi-Fi Enabled Wall Plates
The UAP-IW is ideal for retrofitting an existing in-wall wired Ethernet jack to a wireless access point.
It also provides one RJ45 data port and one PoE port to connect devices like a VoIP phone. T
The UAP-IW is capable of speeds of up to 150 Mbps with a range of up to 25 m
Convert an Ethernet wall jack into a dual-band 802.11AC Wi-Fi access point with two Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Ideal for new or retrofit installations, the UniFi® AC In-Wall is designed to convert an Ethernet wall jack into a dual-band 802.11AC Wi-Fi access point with two Gigabit Ethernet ports.
One of the ports provides PoE for powering and connecting an 802.3af device to the network. The UniFi AC In-Wall is capable of wireless speeds of up to 1167 Mbps with a range of up to 100 meters.
UniFi AC series In-Wall 802.11ac Pro Wi-Fi Access Point featuring 3 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports (1) PoE In + Data, (1) PoE Out + Data, and (1) Data only.
Note: 802.3at PoE+ input is required to use PoE passthrough.
Or you could plug any of the Ubiquiti Unifi AP range into an Ethernet port and fix it to a wall….
… or hide it under a table …
…but ideally, mounted to a ceiling
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