Ubiquiti Wireless Access Point UBNT-U6-LITE-R

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Ubiquiti Wireless Access Point UBNT-U6-LITE-R

Ubiquiti U6-Lite Access Point

Ubiquiti 6 Lite Access Point is the latest WiFi 6 access point . It operates in the 2400-2483.5 MHz and 5150-5875 MHz frequency ranges, supporting the latest 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax wireless standards. The output power of the radio module is 23 dBm (depending on the country of use).


Durable wireless network quality

Ubiquiti  6 Lite is the first 802.11a (Wi-Fi 6) access point with 2x2 antennas. Ubiquiti  6 Lite supports innovative Wi-Fi 6 technology that enables a 29% increase in two-way wireless data rate and doubles the coverage area compared to the Ubiquiti  AC Lite access point. Ubiquiti  6 Lite is able to provide a stable, high quality connection for more connected devices, MU-MIMO and OFDMA enable the most efficient use of bandwidth. Ubiquiti  6 Lite exchanges data with different clients in parallel mode so it achieves minimal latency, the performance increase is especially noticeable in networks of different generations of Wi-Fi devices.

Take advantage of the many programming possibilities of Ubiquiti  Controller

Use Ubiquiti  Controller software to quickly configure and administrate your enterprise Wi-Fi network, and without any special training. Radio map, performance features, real-time status, automatic UAP device detection and advanced security options are already integrated.

Key features:

  • 5 GHz band 2x2 MU-MIMO and OFDMA up to 1.0 Gbps
  • 2.4 GHz 2x2 MIMO band with 300 Mbps data rate
  • For indoor or outdoor use Ip55
  • Power supply via PoE (802.3af)
  • Slim, sleek design for sleek installation
  • Flexible mounting: on table, wall and ceiling
  • Small dimensions of the device


Maximum wireless transmission speed 1200 Mb /s
Number of LAN ports 1x 10/100/1000BaseTX (RJ45)
Operating frequency Dual Band (2.4 GHz,5GHz)
Wireless network standards IEEE 802.11A, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11ax, IEEE 802.11b , IEEE 802.11g , IEEE 802.11n
2.4 GHz Y
5 GHz Y
Antenna type Integrated,internal
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45)ports 1
Ethernet LAN data rates 1000
Maximum data transfer rate 1500
Maximum data transfer rate (2.4 GHz) 300
Maximum data transfer rate (5 GHz) 1200
MIMO type Multi User MIMO
MIMO Type 2x2, MU-MIMO 2x2,
Networking standards IEEE 802.3af
Placement Ceiling , In wall
Power over Ethernet (PoE) Y
Product colour White
Type of device power supply PoE 802.3af,Passive PoE
Manufacturer Ubiquiti
Model U6-Lite
Type Access point
Dimensions Ø160 x 32.65 mm
(Ø6.3 x 1.3")
Memory information 256 MB
Buttons Factory reset
Network interface 1 x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet RJ45
LEDs White/Blue
Power supply 802.3af PoE; 48V, 0.32A PoE Adapter (not included)
Supported voltage range 44 to 57VDC
Power supply method 802.3af PoE, Passive PoE (48V)
Max. power consumption 12W
MIMO 2.4GHz - 2 x 2
5GHz - 2 x 2
Transmission speed 2.4GHz - 300 Mb/s
5GHz - 1201 Mbps
Operating temperature -30 to 60° C (-22 to 140° F)
Operating humidity 5 - 95% non-condensing
Certificates CE, FCC, IC
Wi-Fi standards 802.11a/b/g
Wi-Fi 4/Wi-Fi 5/Wi-Fi 6
Wireless network security WPA-PSK, WPA-Enterprise (WPA/WPA2/WPA3)
VLAN 802.1Q


For how many users is the Ubiquiti U6-Lite point designed?

The number of users depends on the CPU load. Ubiquiti recommends 20 ... 40 average users.


What does the word Lite in the model name mean?

Lite means lightweight. It is not intended for use in areas of high client density. This item is not intended for parks or hotel lobbies. It is an office variant. Fast, reliable, secure. WiFi 6 supports the WPA3 standard, which is yet to be cracked. To address this issue, Ubiquiti has introduced the UniFi SHD Secure Access Point with a secure chip that is resistant to KRACK vulnerabilities.


How much slower is a 2x2 than a 3x3 though?

The 2x2 antenna combination means that the data goes to 2x channels instead of 3x3 three channels. This does not always result in slower speeds.


Will subscribers who don't have wifi6 be able to connect?

Wifi6 802.11ax is backward compatible with all previous 802.11 AC, N, A, G standards except 802.11 B. Of course, with this compatibility, some features such as beamforming have been dropped.

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