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Ubiquiti UAP AC PRO Wireless Access Point is Back!

It seems that Ubiquiti have been listening to customer feedback and decided to re-introduce the UAP-AC-PRO after making it “end of life” a few months ago.

As one of our top-selling products, we are pleased to finally have this product back in our warehouse, fully stocked. Customers can buy a UniFi UAP AC PRO online from LinITX.com with immediate effect. Also, we can confirm that this is exactly the same model as the previous retail version, including the PoE injector as part of the package, no changes have been made.
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New Product Alert — MikroTik RouterBoard 4011iGS in Stock

LinITX are excited to announce a new MikroTik router in the X011 range – the MikroTik RouterBoard 4011iGS.

 MikroTik RouterBoard 4011iGS Rackmount Router

Complimenting the existing lineup of the MikroTik RouterBoard 2011UIAS and the MikroTik RouterBoard 3011UIAS, the RB4011iGS+RM boasts faster connection speeds and processing power, including a 10Gbps SFP+ interface.

Also, coming soon is the MikroTik RouterBoard 4011iGS Wireless Router featuring all of the benefits of the 4011iGS plus wireless connection – due early December.
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Ubiquiti Stock Alert – Popular Lines Back in Stock!

We have a quick update for any customers interested in our extensive range of Ubiquiti products. Our latest Ubiquiti order has arrived and some of the more popular out of stock products are now available to purchase.

Stock is very limited and certain lines have already sold out on pre-order, so if you need any of the items listed below, please place your order without delay!
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How Do I Return or Replace My Faulty Ubiquiti Product? UK RMA Procedure

Here at LinITX we often get calls from customers who have purchased their Ubiquiti product from another reseller (not from LinITX), wanting to know how to return their faulty Ubiquiti product in the UK. When the other company’s customer service is either not helpful or in some cases, non-existent, the customer gets frustrated when we try to explain the correct way of returning their product for a replacement or refund is directly with the company they originally purchased from.
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Is There Rain Fade on 60GHz Wireless Signals?

Many new wireless wire and wireless wire dish customers who are unfamiliar with 60GHz have been asking about rain fade and if it’s a major problem on 60GHz.  So let’s look at the facts.

At 60GHz the biggest problem is actually attenuation from Oxygen.  The O2 molecules in the air absorb the RF energy very efficiently at this frequency.  Therefore link distances tend to be much shorter than hoped for if purely considering Free Space Path Loss.  The losses at 60GHz equate to around an extra 15dB per Km over and above any FSPL.  So what about rain, fog, sleet, snow, mist etc?
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Ubiquiti airFiber AF-5XHD vs AF-5X PtP Radio – What’s the Difference?

Ubiquiti recently replaced its popular AF-5X PtP (Point to Point) radio with an updated and upgraded version – the airFiber AF-5XHD. Many of our customers have been asking what’s the difference between these two models, given its slight increase in price (around 8%) and what sort of improvements can they expect with the newer AF-5XHD.

If we’re talking about performance, users of the AF-5XHD can expect an increase of up to 20% on backhaul capacity, without wasting frequency spectrum. This is a pretty big gain in performance over the AF-5X and this is based on “real world” figures as detailed in this post on the Ubiquiti forum.
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The NEW Ubiquiti UniFi UAP AC PRO – What’s the Difference?

Ubiquiti has recently updated one of their most popular WiFi access points – the Unifi AC Pro Wireless Access Point (UAP-AC-PRO) with the UAP-AC-PRO-E. So what’s different about the new version?

The simple answer is, not much! The new Unifi AC Pro Wireless Access Point is essentially the same product as before, except it does not include the PoE injector power supply. This update gives customers an even better price point than the previous model (UAP-AC-PRO) and the option to purchase a Unifi AC Pro Power Supply separately.
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Ubiquiti UAP AC IW in UK Back boxes

Mounting the UAP AC In-Wall

The Ubiquiti UAP AC in wall (UAP-AC-IW) has arrived and unlike the previous In-wall Unifi the AC variant is built to support multiple mounting and back box designs including UK back boxes.

The Unifi AC In-Wall does not mount in wall like the name would suggest, instead it mounts to the surface of the backbox leaving 30mm sticking out. This is better for RF performance as the radio will have less wall to power through improving performance.
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Ubiquiti Amplifi UK

We have been working closely with Ubiquiti over the past few months to get their latest product ready for the UK market. Amplifi UK is the first product from Ubiquiti to come with a UK plug as standard, no adapters needed.

AMPLIFI is available in 3 flavours with UK specific plugs. The AMPLIFI HD Home Router, the AMPLIFI HD Mesh Point and the full AMPLIFI HD Kit.
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News: MikroTik PowerBox Pro Gigabit Outdoor PoE

We now have stock of the MikroTik PowerBox Pro

The MikroTik PowerBox Pro is an outdoor five Gigabit Ethernet port router with PoE output on four ports. The PowerBox Pro features a sleek outdoor enclosure, making it suitable for various types of installations such as radio towers.

The PowerBox also supports passive or standard 802.3at/af PoE input/output. Ethernet ports 2-5 can power PoE capable devices with the same voltage as the unit is supplied with, making for a cleaner install. It can power 802.3at and af mode B compatible devices, if 48-57V input is used. The MikroTik PowerBox Pro has an SFP port for a fiber connectivity, it is small, affordable and easy to use. But at the same time comes with a powerful 800MHz CPU, capable of all the advanced configurations that RouterOS supports.