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 2×2 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.