01/13/2018
UniFi & AirMAX to connect 3 cameras
Reason for Installation
One UniFi switch 8-150W is fed by a Nanobeam AC gen2. The switch also powers 3 AXIS M3027-PVE Network Cameras.
Used Products
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Location
Wisconsin, United States
Description

      Back in September, I connected an outbuilding using a pair of Nanobeams.  Inside the building were three AXIS M3027-PVE cameras that needed to be connected back to the central server.  I would love to switch to UniFi video system but Ubiquiti does not offer a single sensor 360-degree camera. In order to achieve the same coverage, I would need to double up on cameras, cables, and switches.

     The UniFi switch has been working great for the past few months. I am sorry but I don't have any screenshots of the controller or air-os right now. I can say that setup of the nanobeams was a breeze thanks to the new built-in management radios, I look forward to using them again.  Next week I plan on installing two more 8 port switches in other buildings as well.

 

20180113_162549.jpgThere are 4 cable coming in through a conduit to a patch panel. I also have an APC 425 VA UPS installed

20180113_162600.jpg12 port vertical patch panel with a Unifi Switch 8 150w

 

20180113_162635.jpgNanobeam AC gen2 mounted in the doorway of a buildingm3027-pve.pngThis is the camera model that I installed, I wish Ubiquiti would make something similar

UniFi & AirMAX to connect 3 cameras

by on ‎01-13-2018 09:05 PM

      Back in September, I connected an outbuilding using a pair of Nanobeams.  Inside the building were three AXIS M3027-PVE cameras that needed to be connected back to the central server.  I would love to switch to UniFi video system but Ubiquiti does not offer a single sensor 360-degree camera. In order to achieve the same coverage, I would need to double up on cameras, cables, and switches.

     The UniFi switch has been working great for the past few months. I am sorry but I don't have any screenshots of the controller or air-os right now. I can say that setup of the nanobeams was a breeze thanks to the new built-in management radios, I look forward to using them again.  Next week I plan on installing two more 8 port switches in other buildings as well.

 

20180113_162549.jpgThere are 4 cable coming in through a conduit to a patch panel. I also have an APC 425 VA UPS installed

20180113_162600.jpg12 port vertical patch panel with a Unifi Switch 8 150w

 

20180113_162635.jpgNanobeam AC gen2 mounted in the doorway of a buildingm3027-pve.pngThis is the camera model that I installed, I wish Ubiquiti would make something similar

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Comments
by
on ‎01-14-2018 12:13 PM

What are images like that you get from that camera?

 

Is that a barn or a shed?

by
on ‎01-14-2018 02:00 PM

The camera's image quality is great as long as there is light. The building is steel frame shed.

by
on ‎01-17-2018 08:53 AM

Any idea what type of throughput you are getting?  I'm thinking of doing this in a multi-point scenario,,

by
on ‎01-17-2018 09:09 AM

I am going to be setting up a VLAN on this link later this week. I will post an update with some pictures/screenshots.