Wi-Fi

There are many wireless technologies available today including mobile phones and mobile broadband, fixed wireless, Bluetooth and NFC. There are also wireless keyboards, mice, speakers and a whole host of other peripheral devices. And then we have Wi-Fi which is designed to connect devices within your home or business to share resources. This page is about the choice of devices available to you with some helpful advice as to which might suit you best.

Ubiquiti UniFi AC LITE PoE Wireless Access Point $169.00 inc GST

  • For indoor use
  • PoE adaptor (injector) included
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band 300/867
  • 2 x dual-band antennas @ 3dBi gain each
  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet port
  • Ubiquiti 12-month RTB warranty

A good option if you only need to connect your devices via Wi-Fi, can be wall or ceiling mounted

Ubiquiti UniFi AC PRO PoE Wireless Access Point $249.00 inc GST

  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • PoE adaptor (injector) included
  • 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band 450/1300
  • 3 x dual-band antennas @ 3dBi gain each
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Ubiquiti 12-month RTB warranty

Ideal if you also need to connect a computer via an ethernet cable, can be wall or ceiling mounted

Ubiquiti nanoHD coming soon

Wireless Bridge

If you need to share your internet connection between two buildings at some distance, this is a good option. You will need

  • 2 x Ubiquiti NanoBeam Outdoor Wireless Devices @ $200.00 each inc GST
    • Plus a separate wireless access point in the second building if required approx $150
  • Physical installation of each device
    • Ideally mounted on the fascia board of each building
    • Pointed at each other ie must be line of sight between the two devices
    • Cable run from each device down inside each building
      • Standard Ethernet cable, can be the weatherproof edition
      • Connect to modeo/router in main building
      • Connect to computer or wireless access point in second building
        • Depending on your purpose
        • Often connected directly to a Solar Inverter in the shed
        • Can be connected to a Wireless Access Point to share the internet in the second building
    • Cost estimate from $500 depending on a whole range of physical factors
      • Get a quote from your favourite electrician or cabling expert
  • Network setup
    • To get everything talking to each other and all of your devices working as required
    • Cost estimate around $300 if everything goes smoothly
      • An LCC technician will visit and configure everything

A conversation with us will assess the viability of this solution for your circumstance