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UbiHub AP6 Streetlight Wi-Fi Access Point

Makes public Wi-Fi and lighting control projects easier to deploy, monitor and afford.

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Wi-Fi 6 AP

  • 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz radio
  • 12 integrated omni antennas
  • Dynamic bandwidth
  • 200 client connections per AP
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Use Cases

  • Commercial areas
  • Park connectivity
  • Free or ad-support services
  • Secure access for groups
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Cloud Managed

  • Multiple and groups of APs
  • VPNs, Blacklists, QoS
  • Real-time analytics
  • OTA updates and releases
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Simple Install

  • Installs in seconds
  • Plugs into photocell socket
  • PoE port for 3rd party devices
  • Lower overall cost
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Industry-First Streetlight Wi-Fi 6 Access Point

UbiHub AP6 streetlight Wi-Fi platform uses existing streetlights to deliver reliable broadband service in a simple and cost-effective way. It is easy to deploy, nearly invisible from the street, and can be monitored through an intuitive management system.

The Wi-Fi access point delivers 4x the performance of competing solutions and 40% greater coverage. This multi-purpose platform also offers intelligent lighting controls and a PoE port for integration of 3rd party equipment like video cameras and microphones.

Streetlight Wi-Fi in Commercial Areas and Parks

Cities are committed to bridging the digital divide. The question is what is the fastest, most economical way to do that in public spaces like parks and commercial areas? UbiHub AP6 answers that question by using existing streetlights to deliver connectivity.

It provides city and park managers with the ability to provide Wi-Fi to guests or extend city Wi-Fi to staff. We've made it easy for you to manage groups and control access rights.

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The UbiHub AP6 Streetlight Wi-Fi Platform

With the UbiHub AP6, you get a Wi-Fi 6 access point that is easier to deploy and monitor.

Faster network performance
Delivers 40% higher data rates for single device

Low profile form factor
Nearly invisible from the street

Node activator app
Streamlines device installation

1 Integrated dashboard
UbiVu manages & visualizes all Ubicquia Products

Gives You a PoE Port to Make 3rd Party Camera Integrations Easier

The UbiHub AP6 comes equipped with a PoE port that allows you to integrate 3rd party devices like cameras and microphones. This gives you the flexibility to choose the devices you prefer.

Better Data, Better Insights

The data collected by the UbiHub AP6 can be easily accessed through UbiVu, Ubicquia’s cloud management tool. It also includes APIs designed for quick and simple sharing of data with third-parties.

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Connectivity

  • Number of Wi-Fi users
  • Bandwidth consumption
  • Manage or create groups
  • Update access point role
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Lighting

  • Energy consumption trends
  • Lamp brightness
  • Pole and fixture damage
  • Thresholds, schedules & groups
Manage Devices in the Cloud

We’ve made it easy for you to manage UbiHub APs with our cloud-based management system, UbiVu. You can set up and monitor all devices in real-time, manage groups, control access rights, and update software with one system.

UbiHub AP6 Technical Details
UBIHUB AP6 FEATURES UBIHUB AP6 TECHNICAL SPECS
Cloud management Power Supply (auto-sensing): 120V to 480V (50/60Hz)
Mesh multiple access points with one backhaul Up to 200 client connections per AP
Multiple backhaul options (Ethernet, Fiber and LTE) 12 integrated omni-directional antennas
Integrated utility metering and light control 2x5GHz and 1x2.4GHz 4x4 MU-MIMO
PoE port for integration of 3rd party cameras and other sensors Size: 386mm x 208mm x 69mm
Open APIs for all data Weight: 4.4kg

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