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Wireless access point rental charges 2020–2021

Please note new charges effective 1st August 2020

Not all institutions pay a per annum charge for Wireless Services, please enquire with the Wireless Team for more information.

The cost for access points with external antennae includes the cost for standard ANT-1W antennae. Any upgrades to more advanced antennae are now offered at a extra cost.

Further technical information about access points

Further technical information about access point antennae

Access Point model Annual charge £
AP-505H * £125
AP-504 # (includes 2x ANT-1W antennae) £125
AP-505 £120
AP-514 #† (includes 4x ANT-1W antennae) £160
AP-515 † £150
AP-534 #† (includes 4x ANT-1W antennae) £185
AP-535 #† £175
AP-555 † £210
AP-565 (outdoor, omni-directional) £170
AP-567 (outdoor, directional) £170
AP-575 † (outdoor, high density, omni-directional) £220
AP-577 † (outdoor, high density, directional) £220
No longer supplied but still supported
AP-303H £105
AP-304 # (includes 3x ANT-1W antennae) £125
AP-305 £120
AP-314 #† (includes 4x ANT-1W antennae) £160
AP-315 † £150
AP-324 † (includes 4x ANT-1W antennae) £185
AP-325 † £175
AP-205H £105
AP-204 # (includes 2x ANT-1W antennae) £125
AP-205 £120
AP-214 #† (includes 3x ANT-1W antennae) £160
AP-215 † £150
AP-224 #† (includes 3x ANT-1W antennae) £185
AP-225 † £175
AP-275 † £220

*No equivalent to the AP-303H is availabe, the AP-505H is a enhanced model.

# these APs with ANT-1W may be upgraded to an alternative antennae at the listed price.

†AP requires minimum 802.3at (class 4) POE. AP-534/535/555 require 802.3bt (class 5) POE or 2x 802.3at (class 4) POE.

No longer Supported


Indoor Antennae
AP-ANT-1W (included for free with specific APs) £0.00
AP-ANT-40 £40
AP-ANT-45 (includes AP-MNT-5 mount) £45
AP-ANT-16 (no longer supplied) £30.00
AP-ANT-17 (no longer supplied) £30.00
AP-ANT-35A (no longer supplied) £30.00


Site Surveys
Full site survey Price on application
Predictive software survey Price on application (typically cheaper than a full survey)
Validation survey Price on application




  • VAT will be charged where applicable.
  • Additional APs can be supplied at a later date as required

In all cases the APs and any associated equipment are normally sent to the institution via UMS but can be collected in person, by arrangement.

Please contact the for details.

Wireless Site Surveys

The UIS has an experienced team of engineers who can project manage site surveys in departments and colleges upon request.

Alternatively, for further advice on site surveys, please contact the .

Last updated: July 2021


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