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Ubiquiti UniFi Cloud Key Gen2 Plus + 1TB HDD $275 + Delivery @ Shopping Express

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It would seem we're all posting Ubiquiti deals at the moment and this seems to be the cheapest price I can find so far for the UniFi Cloud Key Gen2 Plus. Now all we need is a good deal on its rackmount kit.

Ubiquiti UniFi Cloud Key Gen2 Plus manages your UniFi networking and video devices simultaneously with the new multi-application. It supports UniFi Protect video surveillance software, UniFi SDN network management software and UniFi Protect mobile apps. On hardware, it is powered by 802.3af PoE port or QC 2.0 USB-C port as well. With Built-in battery for automatic safe shutdown, User upgradeable 1TB 2.5" hard drive included and Front panel display for at-a-glance system details.

  • Easy setup with UniFi and UniFi Protect mobile apps
  • Powered by 802.3af PoE or QC 2.0 USB-C
  • Built-in battery for automatic safe shutdown
  • 1 TB 2.5" hard drive included (upgradeable to 5 TB)
  • Front panel display for at-a-glance system details

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  • Built-in battery for automatic safe shutdown
    Tempted to get it just for this. Wish I avoided the 1st gen, we have dodgy power and always have to reset it.

    • I already replaced mine as battery failed after a couple of month which apparently is a known problem

  • My NBN use dynamic IP address.
    Using this allows me to view my camera away from home using internet.

    • There are a few ways to achieve this using a dynamic DNS host.

    • Yes.
      You set the system to use protect.ui.com, and the controller keeps it up to date with how to connect. Though when you are on your home wireless it will just use the local LAN connection.

      • Thats right. No maintenance and works very reliable.
        You dont pay subscription fee like other system.

  • I'm running the controller on my Synology nas, but never noticed that it needed a massive amount of storage. What's the point of the 1TB hard drive (upgradable to 5TB)?