08/15/2016
UniFi Video and UniFi WifI and Routing/Switches
Description

This has been a Progject that I have been really proud to work on.  I love giving back to the community and this Organization that I did this work for really gives to the community especially provideing young people with a fun, safe and constructive environment when they are not at home or school.

 

Here we have the network rack all clean and Color coded. Blue are all the hard wired computers.Orange are the UniFi-AC-LR. Green are the UniFi UVC-Dome and UVC-GS. Yellow are the inter-connect between the internet modem, router, and switches. The white are the phones around the facility.

 

Install on the Rack:

1 - US-48-750W

1 - USG-Pro-4

1 - US-24-250W

 

On the Rack Shelf (Not Pictured) is the UniFi NVR and the UniFi Cloud Key

 

 

IMG_20160719_130851.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the computer lab.

IMG_20160728_124925.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the computer lab.

IMG_20160728_124937.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the meeting Room

IMG_20160728_125003.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR over the front desk and outside of the offices.

IMG_20160728_125018.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Teen Room over the door to the Gym

IMG_20160728_125106.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Teen Room over the door to the Patio

IMG_20160728_125134.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the Teen Room

IMG_20160728_125146.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the Gym.

IMG_20160728_125213.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Arts & Crafts room

IMG_20160728_125642.jpg

 

2 UniFi UVC-G3 watching the back lot.

IMG_20160802_103307.jpgIMG_20160802_105641.jpg

 

Two UniFi UVC-G3 in the gym

IMG_20160802_140915.jpgIMG_20160802_140940.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Clinic

IMG_20160815_132029.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-G3 watching the main area in the Facility

IMG_20160815_132052.jpg

 

There is another UVC-G3 installed in the Game Room and I swore I took a picture of it but I can not find it.

 

Now for the screenshots.

 

UniFi Dashboard:

UniFi-Dashboard.jpg

 

UniFi Device List

UniFi-Device-List.jpg

 

And finally a screen shot of the Live View of all the Cameras

UniFi-Video-All-Cameras.jpg

UniFi Video and UniFi WifI and Routing/Switches

by ‎08-15-2016 03:25 PM - edited ‎08-16-2016 12:32 PM

This has been a Progject that I have been really proud to work on.  I love giving back to the community and this Organization that I did this work for really gives to the community especially provideing young people with a fun, safe and constructive environment when they are not at home or school.

 

Here we have the network rack all clean and Color coded. Blue are all the hard wired computers.Orange are the UniFi-AC-LR. Green are the UniFi UVC-Dome and UVC-GS. Yellow are the inter-connect between the internet modem, router, and switches. The white are the phones around the facility.

 

Install on the Rack:

1 - US-48-750W

1 - USG-Pro-4

1 - US-24-250W

 

On the Rack Shelf (Not Pictured) is the UniFi NVR and the UniFi Cloud Key

 

 

IMG_20160719_130851.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the computer lab.

IMG_20160728_124925.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the computer lab.

IMG_20160728_124937.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the meeting Room

IMG_20160728_125003.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR over the front desk and outside of the offices.

IMG_20160728_125018.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Teen Room over the door to the Gym

IMG_20160728_125106.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Teen Room over the door to the Patio

IMG_20160728_125134.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the Teen Room

IMG_20160728_125146.jpg

 

UniFi UAP-AC-LR in the Gym.

IMG_20160728_125213.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Arts & Crafts room

IMG_20160728_125642.jpg

 

2 UniFi UVC-G3 watching the back lot.

IMG_20160802_103307.jpgIMG_20160802_105641.jpg

 

Two UniFi UVC-G3 in the gym

IMG_20160802_140915.jpgIMG_20160802_140940.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-Dome in the Clinic

IMG_20160815_132029.jpg

 

UniFi UVC-G3 watching the main area in the Facility

IMG_20160815_132052.jpg

 

There is another UVC-G3 installed in the Game Room and I swore I took a picture of it but I can not find it.

 

Now for the screenshots.

 

UniFi Dashboard:

UniFi-Dashboard.jpg

 

UniFi Device List

UniFi-Device-List.jpg

 

And finally a screen shot of the Live View of all the Cameras

UniFi-Video-All-Cameras.jpg

Ubiquiti Certified - UEWA / UBRSS / UBWS / USRS
Comments
by Ubiquiti Employee
on ‎08-15-2016 07:03 PM

Nifty setup on such a beautiful school Smiley Happy

by
on ‎08-15-2016 08:37 PM

Nice setup. Might want to update the post. You said you installed a US-48-500W and a US-24-500W but the device page shows a US-48-750W and a US-24-250W. Also, what are you using for the Live View? I'm doing my first UVC install of 27 cameras and I'm not sure what to use to put the Live View up on a TV. I'm going to start with a little Chromebox and see how that holds up and then go from there.

by
on ‎08-15-2016 08:44 PM

@bjeung good catch on the switches I corrected the post.   I have an ASUS Chromebit plugged into a TV in the office with the NVR pulled up and Live View full screened.  The Live View will always remain logged in and never timeout.

by
on ‎08-16-2016 01:33 AM

Cool setup. Man Happy

 

Off-topic: one thing that's bugged me ever since the USG-Pro was released is that the square light-indicator isn't lined up with the indicators on the switches. It would have looked more symmetrical if they were nicely lined up in the rack. Man Happy

by
on ‎08-16-2016 04:43 AM
@Banarne357 I said the same thing when I installed them into the rack.
by Ubiquiti Employee
on ‎08-16-2016 04:52 AM

Well done sir. 

by
on ‎08-16-2016 04:57 AM

@Banarne357 - Thanks for pointing that out...now I will see it everytime I look at a photo that has a USG-Pro and US-*** Switches. ugh...

by Ubiquiti Employee
on ‎08-16-2016 11:13 AM

Looks like a great install!  What hardware are you running the NVR on?

by
on ‎08-16-2016 12:31 PM

@UBNT-Warren @UBNT-Kent Thank You.

 

@UBNT-Cody I am running the UBNT UniFi NVR

by
on ‎08-17-2016 06:15 AM
Great Setup! very envious side note i love keystone patch panels! they are so fantastic and give so many future deployment options in comparison to conventional patch panels. if anyone hasn't used them before i suggest trying them if you get the opportunity