Ubiquiti UniFi Wi-Fi 6 Lite Wireless Access Point with Dual-Band AP 2 x 2 MIMO

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  • 2 x 2 high-efficiency Wi-Fi 6
  • 5 GHz band 2x2 MU-MIMO and OFDMA with radio rate of 1.2 Gbps
  • 2.4 GHz band 2x2 MIMO with radio rate of 300 Mbps
  • Gigabit Ethernet, powered with 802.3af PoE
  • Compatible with UAP-nanoHD covers and recessed mounting bracket
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Ubiquiti UniFi 6 Lite is a 2 x 2 Wi-Fi 6 access point that delivers up to 1.5 Gbps aggregate radio rate with 5 GHz (MU-MIMO and OFDMA) and 2.4 GHz (MIMO) radios. Mount UniFi 6 Lite horizontally in the ceiling to cover a high-density environment, or mount it vertically on the wall to extend its range. UniFi 6 Lite has a compact and nano-sized design, so it can use nanoHD covers and mounting accessories.


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Alex Berry
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply astonishing mesh performance
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 November 2021
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Alex Berry
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply astonishing mesh performance
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 November 2021
I live in a long, narrow house (about 16x3.8m) that has been extended twice. There are two structural walls between the front and back of the house and it has some flint in the walls as it's a seaside location, all of which has made wifi from a single router infeasible. For years I have been dealing with powerline adapters and struggling to reach 30 megabit of my 110 megabit connection, which is frustrating as my pc is at the rear of the house.

I also had two routers running openwrt at each end of the house, each with different SSIDs so I could differentiate, because keeping them the same across both ends would cause issues with clients clinging to the wrong access point as you walk front to back. There was subsequently a huge deadzone in the middle of the house where I had to use mobile internet if I wanted any.

I bought two of these with a mind to buy a third if I needed it. To get the controller software running I used docker on my raspberry pi by searching "github ryansch/docker-unifi-rpi" but there are download links for other platforms available on unifi's website too. I added the controller and the ap that was connected to the router first, set up my wifi network names, then plugged the other access point in at the other end of the house and added it and it just... worked! I didn't need to configure the mesh myself, when left alone for a while it just did it itself, astonishing.

A little bit of testing showed that having the disks pointing at each other provided the best connectivity, so one is mounted on the front wall pointing at the back of the house, the other on the back wall pointing at the front.

I now get the full speed of my internet at the back of the house, the wifi deadzone in the middle has been banished and I get wifi everywhere seamlessly. I have even plugged my PC directly in to the access point to get connected back to the front of the house, and it's an incomparably better experience with 5-hour long pings showing 0.4% packet loss to computers at the front of the house and consistent 2ms ping times, compared to my powerline previously getting a very jittery 5-20ms average. I really don't think I could be happier with the end result.
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JC
5.0 out of 5 stars Great stability, needs some tweeking for max performance - not much faster than older AC Lite
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 March 2022
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JC
5.0 out of 5 stars Great stability, needs some tweeking for max performance - not much faster than older AC Lite
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 March 2022
I've got a fair selection of existing Unifi products, including original AP-LR, an AC-Lite and an AC-LR...
This new one is about same size as AC-Lite, smaller than AC-LR, but feels a little heavier than AC-LR.
It's powered by PoE 48V (the standard), however unlike my other devices, no PoE injector is provided, so you'll either need to buy one or power off a PoE switch.
I plugged mine into a spare port on my PoE switch, and with the controller software running, it quickly found it and updated it. Within 10 minutes it was on the network and fully running.

Now out of the box, my AC-LR, I was able to provide 150Mbps on a Pixel 6 Pro connected to the 5Ghz AC band.
Running the U6-Lite, I was able to get 175Mbps on the Pixel 6 Pro... hardly any difference, and indeed, much slower than the 400Mbps I can get on my BT Smart Hub 2...

So after spending time digging into the differences and using a wifi scanner... It seems that the BT hub is using a 80Mhz wide channel vs the 40Mhz width the Unifi was using. This also shows that BT hogs the entire default 4 frequencies worth of bandwidth (channel 36-48).
So switching over to an 80Mhz wide band, I found I too could also get 400Mbs out of the U6-Lite.

In terms of price, the £100 for U6-Lite is far greater than the £70 price tag of the AC-Lite
To be fair the U6-Lite is more a replacement for the AC-LR though (with U6-LR being replacement for more upmarket AC-Pro). Indeed I found the range on the U6-Lite further than the AC-Lite...

Overall, you'll get decent reliable wifi. However if you want faster, BT Hub rivalling performance, you'll need to do some tweeks to the settings. Definitely worth a 5 star rating, however I wouldn't say the difference over the AC-Lite/AC-LR is sufficient to justify replacing them with these...
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Anon
4.0 out of 5 stars Watch out. There’s no power supply with this model
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 December 2021
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FJS
5.0 out of 5 stars Best in class solution
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 May 2021
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Paul
3.0 out of 5 stars BEWARE
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 April 2022
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