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Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-FLEXHD Wave 2 AC Mesh Wireless Access Point

Part Number: UAP-FLEXHD

UAP-FLEXHD Access Point

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The Ubiquiti UAP-FLEXHD Access Point is one of the smallest and sleekest Access Points on the market. Less than 160mm tall, and with a diameter of only 48.5mm, the UniFi FlexHD can be deployed almost anywhere and deliver exceptional wireless performance, even outdoors.

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More Information - UniFi UAP-FLEXHD WiFi5 PoE AP

The UniFi FlexHD is a dual-band AP, with a 2.4GHz 2x2 MIMO radio and a 5GHz 802.11ac-Wave2 4x4 MU-MIMO radio. The AP is powered via 802.3af PoE, using a single Gigabit Ethernet port located near the base.

This Access Point can be deployed alongside other FlexHD APs to create a 4x4 MIMO mesh backhaul, for complete WiFi coverage wherever you need it.

For more information about mesh networks, network extension or setting up your Ubiquiti Access Points, read our blog!


UAP-FLEXHD Key Highlights

  • Sleek, Compact Design
  • Seamless Meshing
  • 802.11ac Wave 2 Technology
  • 5 GHz Radio: 802.11ac Wave 2, 4x4 MU-MIMO with Radio Rate of 1.733 Gbps
  • 2.4 GHz Radio 802.11n: 2x2 MIMO with Radio Rate of 300 Mbps
  • Networking Interface: 1 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet Port
  • Indoor and Outdoor Use
  • Tabletop, Wall, and Pole Mounting Brackets Included

What's in the Box?

  • 1 x UniFi AP FlexHD
  • 1 x Base Mount
  • 1 x Outdoor Mount
  • 1 x Wall/Pole Mount
  • 2 x Plastic Ties
  • 1 x PoE Injector
  • 1 x Mains Cable
  • 1 x Security Screw
  • 3 x Screws
  • 3 x Screw Anchors
  • Quick Start Guide

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