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Wouldn’t it be nice if you can create a robust and dependable wireless network in your home or office without complications and without draining your coffers? Ubiquiti Network has come up with a conglomeration of wireless technologies that are designed to work superbly with one another. Hence, you won’t have any issues with them. Best of all, most of these components can be easily managed and controlled via a remote desktop interface. One of the devices that complete the equation is the mPower.
3-port Power Switch
The mPower is a port power outlet from Ubiquiti Network. It works similarly like an extension cable made up of various outlets so it’s able to serve multiple devices or appliances simultaneously. With the mPower, you can now add more ports and other types of hardware into the mix. Most of all, since these port switches are also compatible with 802.11 wireless b/g/n standards, you can get Internet right away.
Easy and Quick Installation
The outlet can be used at any part of the home. If you’re trying to reclaim some space, you can just mount this on the wall. All the parts that you need for fast installation are already included in the package. All you have to do is to set this up real quick—in no more than 10 minutes—and you can already be browsing or accessing sensors through the virtual interface.
Completes the Setup
The mFi WiFi system is truly revolutionary. With the ports and sensors, you’re not just able to build a solid wireless network but also gain more control of them. The sensors, for example, can be customized to trigger certain actions such as turning the lights on or monitoring points of entry. The mPower simply enhances the capability of your system and makes it convenient to upgrade it. The mPower 3-port outlet also has a 8MB Flash and 16MB RAM. It measures 241.3 by 116.9 by 41.27 mm and weighs 790 grams.
The mPower Pro is truly designed for enterprises. While the basic ones are made up of one or two ports, this one has incorporated 6, all of which are accompanied by power-sensing capabilities. It doesn’t come as a surprise anymore why the mPower Pro allows you to speed up the networking buildup either in your home or office.
Impressive Networking Capabilities
Like the rest of the Ubiquiti hardware options, the mPower Pro can be used alongside other peripherals such as wall mount motion sensors, ceiling mount motion sensors, temperature sensors, door sensors, and current sensors. You can also use this alongside the ToughSwitch PoE accessory, which offers not just PoE support but also ample protection against ESD.
Connection to the IP Network
The mPower Pro, like the mPower and mPower Mini, already has WiFi capabilities. This means you can now ccess the device through the IP network. It makes configuration, customization, and monitoring more immediate, more effective, more efficient, and more reliable. This is also one of the best uses of IP access. A few years ago, this is limited to surveillance cameras only.
Ease of Configuration, Use, and Maintenance
The mPower Pro makes use of plug-and-play installation. As its name suggests, simply plug this, connect the necessary devices to the port, and you can have all the systems ready in record time. The ease of handling and configuration is also a testament of how easy this is to maintain.
Access through Mobile Support
The multi-port unit is compatible with various mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets, as long as they are running using iOS and Android operating systems. You can now monitor and manage the mPower Pro anytime and anywhere.
The mPower Pro also runs with mFi controller software, which gives you more control on settings such as auto-detection and advanced analytics.
The mPower Mini is one of the smallest switchable AC ports that are available in the market, though its developer didn’t compromise its quality. The device is beautifully designed, looks very tough, and is truly versatile. Because of its smallness, it can be easily integrated into your wireless network as soon as possible and connect multiple devices in less than 10 minutes. It is as elegant as the other WiFi systems and sensors designed by Ubiquiti.
With WiFi Connectivity
The AC port already has a WiFi connectivity, which allows it to connect to different devices simultaneously. You can also easily tap on the sensors and other types of hardware that are attached to the mPower Mini.
There’s an ongoing evolution among wireless and networking devices. A long time ago, you need to figure out which wires or cables go to where. The entire configuration process takes minutes or even hours, and often it’s reserved only to the most technical. The mPower Mini is a modern-day form factor. It now uses the plug-and-play approach. This simply means that you just have to connect the AC ports and the wires, then run its proprietary software. After that, everything is already set up. The mPower Mini lets you use the system in record time. This also makes the device, as well as the network it belongs to, very easy to maintain or customize.
Great Functionality and Network
The mPower Mini is designed to work with the other peripherals from Ubiquiti Network, letting you build great relationships among them. The mPower Mini can complement your wireless and networking machines, as well as sensors, which may be attached on the walls or the ceilings. These are all IP centric, so you can therefore access the devices, including the mPower Mini, online or even in your mobile devices.
The mPort is your secret for creating a seamless and more effective IP network in your home or office. This is a device where you can attach your sensors via a Cat5 Ethernet cable. After that, you can be connected to the controller software of the entire system.
Can Handle 3 Sensors at One Time
The mPort has been designed to carry not just one but three different or similar sensors at one time. These include the door sensors, which are used to detect entrance or exit in your openings such as doors and windows; current sensors, which are meant to determine the direct current flowing in your home or office; and temperature sensors, which can be customized to activate temperature-sensing devices. You can also use this for your wall and ceiling mount sensors.
Is Quick to Install
Installing the mPort is definitely a no-brainer. All the accessories you need for a proper and quick installation process such as brackets are already included in the package. Measuring 100mm in height, 60mm in width, and 36.5mm in depth and weighing about 4.02 ounces, this is a very portable device. Moreover, because it is meant to work with a variety of sensors, you can choose whatever orientation you like, whether to mount this on the ceiling, wall, door, or even your window. In less than 15 minutes, you can already have a full-fledged networked device connected to the IP network. It also comes with 1 10/100 port (Ethernet), 1 terminal block port, and a pair of RJ45 port (mFi).
Once everything is set up, you are then redirected to the mFi controller software, which can then be installed in your desktop PC or laptop. There you can take advantage of more advanced features such as controlling the sensors remotely or schedule their functions. Further, you can perform analytics.
Ceiling Mount Motion Sensor
Would you like to make your life even more comfortable? Perhaps turn the light on as soon as you come home? You can now do it using various sensor systems from Ubiquiti such as a ceiling mount motion sensor.
The ceiling mount motion sensor has a wider coverage mainly because of its position. It has a total angle of view of 360 degrees and a cone of detection of 110 degrees in terms of wind angle.
Minimal False Detections
The last thing you want to happen is to set off the wrong triggers or false detections. If the sensor, for example, is connected to a particular device, it may mean an appliance can end up running while wasting energy! To avoid this problem, the ceiling mount motion sensor makes use of not one but two types of motion technologies. One it has passive infrared, which means it doesn’t emit energy itself but only reacts to objects that do. This then eliminates the confusion experienced by the sensor. Second it is fitted with microwave detection wherein it reacts only to changes made by the moving object.
The entire system is plug and play, which means just attach all the needed components such as the Ethernet cable, and you’re good to go. There’s a special software that you have to use to give you more control over the device and the connected parts, but it won’t take you more than 30 minutes to have everything up and running smoothly. Moreover, the bundle includes a bracket to help secure the sensor up the ceiling.
You can connect the ceiling mount motion sensor to the IP network so you can access in a web-based system. You can also check, keep track, and modify the settings through mobile devices via great cloud support.
How much do you spend for your air-conditioning units, among others? Do you know that a huge portion of your money actually goes to them? If you want to be practical, you definitely want to have more control over how much you spend for them. Fortunately, you already have tools such as a temperature sensor.
Ubiquiti Network has just released a wide array of sensors that can be attached or complemented to machines to help you keep track, manage, and even make your life a little simpler and more efficient. The temperature sensor can be used to:
HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning units. A good home should have all of these components properly set up and monitored. A leak in the vents, for example, can immediately increase utility costs. The purpose of the temperature sensor is to help you monitor the condition of your HVAC. The various settings can allow you identify the potential or existing issues that can affect the performance of the systems and the utility bills.
Gather vital information
You can also use the temperature sensor to acquire data related to the climate. This is actually very important since you can properly schedule technologies such as thermostats, air-conditioning units, and humidifiers, to name a few. You can identify how long they should be running as well as have a very good idea how much you would likely spend for utilities in a particular season. In other words, the temperature enhances your budgeting skills.
Run the devices
You can also connect the temperature sensor to energy-based devices. The changes in temperature can also trigger certain actions. For example, a drop in temperature may turn the A/C temperature low. On the other hand, you can conveniently schedule thermostat use by customizing temperature settings. Installing all the needed components is easy and fast.
Are you trying to figure out how much your electric bill should be? Would you want to have a clearer picture of your electric load and consumption, then generate reports afterward? The current sensor is a revolutionary monitoring device that can be connected to an IP network and other machines. This way, you can magnify your sensor networks and monitor its status, among others, on a web-based or cloud platform.
The current sensor has a dimension of 32 mm by 57 mm by 22 mm and a weight of 50 grams, making it extremely portable and easy to move around and attached to AC devices that need monitoring.
Quick installation Process
The sensor has a plug-and-play capability that allows you to install it without any hitch. The current sensor, after all, is a clip-on devices that doesn’t require any special tools to configure. It’s designed for individuals who don’t have a lot of experience with technologies, especially sensors. It also provides two general input options depending on what type of network you want to create.
Flexible Network Design
The current sensor complements the other mFi devices. There are ports that allow you to connect Ethernet cables so various sensors and machines can talk to one another. If you want to connect mFi nodes, you can make use of the wireless network. Considering that the hardware is affordable and works with each other well, you can easily upgrade your network whenever necessary without delay. The current sensor has 1 RJ-45 port.
The current sensor and even the machines that are attached to it can now be easily managed, configured, and analyzed using the integrated software or system that is accessible through a web browser. This ensures you can keep track of your sensor anytime and anywhere. You can change its settings remotely as well as generate reports that are useful in various networking decisions.
Nothing spells security than being notified or alerted if somebody has entered your premises without your permission. It also helps when even before someone can gain entry, you already know who he or she is. The main idea of this door sensor is to simply provide you information if someone has gone through any of your property entry points.
Works with Many Entry Points
The door sensor is primarily used to detect people or objects that have passed through the doors, but it’s also compatible to windows and any enclosures that could be opened.
Small to Notice
The door sensor is a very unassuming device so it blends well with the rest of the commonly found items or appliances in your home. It is also quite small you can easily hide it well, away from the prying eyes of potential intruders, and it doesn’t get in the way with the actual functions of the entry points.
The device is a magnetic switch that allows it to accurately determine location and direction. In other words, there are no false alarms and leads.
Very Easy and Fast Installation
As a magnetic device, it doesn’t require any intricate tools to install. In fact, you simply need to snap it into any metal part of your entryway, and you can already properly and quickly configure the door sensor. If not, you can conveniently attached even a small piece of metal at any part of the door and window.
Works with the Other mFi Devices
Like the other mFi devices, the door sensor is developed in a way that it can be easily integrated into the rest of your mFi network. Once you’re able to do this, you can then configure and manage the sensor remotely through a program, which also provides mobile and cloud support.