Ubiquiti Networks

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About Ubiquiti Networks

Founded by former Apple Engineer Robert Pera in 2005, Ubiquiti Networks equips network providers and operators with innovative broadband wireless solutions worldwide. The company focuses on the development of high-capacity distributed Internet access, unified information technology, and next-gen consumer electronics, and more than 70 million Ubiquiti devices have been shipped to more than 200 countries and territories in the world.

ISP Supplies is a certified Ubiquiti distributor, and we offer a full range of Ubiquiti products, including Ubiquiti airMAX, AirVision, EdgeMAX, as well as Shield Kits, Legacy, UniFi, Security Gateway, and airFiber mFi. We’re also proud to have a Ubiquiti Certified Trainer on staff leading Ubiquiti wireless classes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ubiquiti Networks?

Ubiquiti Networks is an American technology company that manufactures and provides innovative wireless data communication and wired devices, including access points, routers, switches, and surveillance equipment for homes, offices, businesses, campuses, cafes, hotels, and services worldwide.

What is UniFi?

UniFi is a powerful and intuitive operating system that enables an end-to-end experience to meet your IT needs. Its networking devices include wireless access points, routers, switches, controller devices, security cameras, door access, VoIP phones, small enterprise lighting, digital signage, access control products, and more. These UniFi devices are thoughtfully constructed for homes and businesses and are managed via UniFi Controller, a single software platform.

What is the UniFi Controller?

The UniFi® Controller from Ubiquiti Networks™ is a wireless network management software solution that allows you to manage several wireless networks using a web browser. It offers a dashboard for real-time analytics, network topology diagrams, and device configuration options.

What is the range of Ubiquiti's wireless access points?

The range of Ubiquiti's wireless access points depends on the model and environmental factors. It is 400 to 600 ft. indoors and outdoors, respectively.

What is PoE?

Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that lets network devices receive power and data via a single Ethernet cable. It can power devices like IP/VoIP/Video telephones, LED lighting, security card readers, intercoms, video conferencing, video surveillance cameras, etc. Ubiquiti Networks provides PoE switches and injectors to power their devices.

Can Ubiquiti's products be used in residential and commercial settings?

Yes, Ubiquiti's products are fantastic for use in residential and commercial settings. We recommend them for homes, offices, campuses, hotels, cafes, malls, train stations, airports, large enterprises, and businesses of all sizes.

What is the warranty for Ubiquiti's products?

The warranty for all Ubiquiti’s products is 1 year from the time of purchase against defects in materials and workmanship.

How do I set up a UniFi network?

You can set up a UniFi network in two ways:

  • Using the Mobile App: First, download the UniFi Mobile App (Android/iOS). Next, connect your mobile device to the UniFi Host via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Finish the process by following the setup wizard. Then, proceed with adopting UniFi devices.
  • Using the Web App: Connect your laptop to UniFi OS Host via the same Wi-Fi or an ethernet cable. Now, open the internet browser and enter the IP address of your UniFi Host. You may receive a warning; select to proceed anyway. Finish the process by following the setup wizard. Finally, proceed with adopting UniFi devices.

You can visit Ubiquiti’s website for detailed instructions and tutorials.

Can I use third-party devices with a UniFi network?

Yes, UniFi devices also work with third-party devices, but their compatibility may vary. We recommend you consult the product documentation or contact Ubiquiti support for more information.

What is the pricing for Ubiquiti's products?

Ubiquiti's products are priced competitively and according to the model and features. A single device can cost under $50, while a complete network system can cost over $1,000.