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Unifi - Pumping House

by ‎04-19-2017 01:05 AM - edited ‎04-19-2017 01:09 AM

Just installed a few UAPs to a pumping house in a few of areas of the building. More to be added once some other works are complete. Patch panel has since been tidied and I only managed to get a couple of photos

Also installed an 80/20mb FTTC internet connection with this. Router is a pfSense VM. 


2x AC-LITEs 


1x 16 POE-150W


Front of BuildingFront of BuildingUAP-AC-LITEUAP-AC-LITEUAP-AC-LITEUAP-AC-LITEPatch during install. Dlink switch was existing.Patch during install. Dlink switch was existing.

May do a full entry once the system is fully installed later in the year. 

on ‎04-19-2017 06:19 AM

Great work! Now we just need a Ghostbusters Sign for the building and you are done! 

by Ubiquiti Employee
on ‎04-19-2017 08:11 AM

Just curious, where is this located?

on ‎04-19-2017 09:29 AM

@UBNT-Brandon North Nottinghamshire UK, Boughton Pumping Station, Really nice building, currently a wedding venue.

on ‎04-19-2017 09:32 AM
on ‎04-19-2017 10:16 AM


Interesting building, loads almost the same or similar around us here mainly across the South Staffordshire border with Worcestershire. These buildings cover deep bore holes which go down to the sandstone aquifier which goesaround 500 miles NE of the English Midlands towards Norway. The water moves at around 1 mile per year I am told so takes 500 years to get to us and be pumped out, no wonder the water is so hard . It is due to this huge resource that we never get real water shortages in times of drought around us,.

by Ubiquiti Employee
on ‎04-19-2017 10:31 AM

Cool thanks @SherwoodData!  Looks like a really neat location!  

on ‎04-19-2017 10:41 AM

Cheers guys. It is a fascinating place, I've been involved with the building on and off for the past 8 or 9 years now.

on ‎04-19-2017 04:44 PM

That ceiling / recessed modular lighting is really not right for the room. Makes AP installation easy, though.