UniFi - Hardware Generation of UniFi Access Points


Overview


Readers will be able to determine the generation of their UniFi Access Points (UAPs) by following this article. This is useful for several reasons, one of the more important ones being to determine whether a feature is supported on a certain device or not.


Table of Contents


  1. Hardware Generation Table
  2. How to Determine the Device Model
  3. Related Articles

Hardware Generation Table


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The names used below are product model names as seen in the product packaging, Data Sheets or Quick Start Guides. The UniFi Controller will show a extended version under the Model column. For example, the UAP part of the model name will be expanded to UniFi AP. When in doubt follow the link to the product page and scroll down to the bottom to open the Data Sheet or Quick Start Guide.

1st gen devices

2nd gen devices (wave 1)

3rd gen devices (wave 2)

UAP (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-Lite

UAP-AC-HD

UAP-LR (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-LR

UAP-AC-SHD

UAP-Pro (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-Pro

 UAP-nanoHD

UAP-IW (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-EDU

 UAP-XG

UAP-Outdoor (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-M

 UWB-XG

UAP-Outdoor5 (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-M-PRO

 

UAP-Outdoor+ (Datasheet)

UAP-AC-IW

 

UAPv2 (Datasheet)

 

 

UAP-LRv2 (Datasheet)

 

 

UAP-AC

 

 

UAP-AC v2

 

 

UAP-AC-Outdoor

 

 

 


How to Determine the Device Model


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The above models can easily be determined from within the Controller, by going to the Devices section and referencing the Model column.

In some cases you may see a v2 after the name in the controller. Those models will share the SKU with original device (non v2). The v2 indicates a hardware revision compared to the original version. A hardware revision does not mean a different generation of hardware. Take UAP-AC and UAP-ACv2 for example, both models are 1st gen UAPs.


Related Articles


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