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UUT-425 Ubiquiti Access Point Base Unlock Tool w/ Reset



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Rexford Tools UTR-20 and UTC4-10 are designed specifically for releasing that tedious tab that locks Ubiquiti access points to their base. Simply slide it into the slot and twist.


In addition to releasing the locking tab, the UTR-20 offers an offset reset tool. Some access points and other devices have hard to reach reset buttons. The pin on the UTR-20 is designed specifically for these hard to reach reset buttons! Whether you are working on a Ubiquiti AP or other piece of hardware, this tool will simplify pushing or holding any reset button.



Quickly Releases Locking Tab on Ubiquiti Access Points
Simplifies Pressing and Holding Reset Buttons
Remove Access Points in Seconds
Includes Braided Steel Key Ring
Handle Material: 3D Printed High-Impact PETG
Blade Material: Stainless Steel
Reset Pin Material: Stainless Steel
Dimensions: 4.16in x .42in x .16in
Made in the USA


** Please Note: Handle Colour may Vary

  • What's in the Box

Create your perfect UniFi Network or UniFi Protect solution in these 6 easy steps.

Step One - Get to know how UniFi Network or UniFi Protect works

Step Two - Choose your Ubiquiti UniFi OS Console

Each Unfi Network Switch, Access Point, Router or Camera needs to be connected to a UniFi OS Console.  The UniFi OS Console provides remote access, management and recording features.   Please note that the UDM Unifi Dream Machine, only supports Unifi Network and not Unifi Protect.  The Unifi Cloud Key Gen 2 is the only device that already includes a harddrive for data storage.  The others will need additional harddrives or memory cards to allow them to record footage.  There is also a software version of the Unifi Network controller if you only want to manage routers, access points and switches.  This can be found on Ubiquiti's website here.


Step Three - Choose your Ubiquiti UniFi Network Gateway

This is an optional step and is not needed if you have already chosen the UDR, UDM, UDM-Pro or UDM-SE or you don't need a router


Step Four - Choose your Ubiquiti UniFi Network Switch

Please note this is not a full list of all UniFi Switches, but a selection of the most common.  A full list can be found here

Step Five - Choose your Ubiquiti UniFi Network Access Point

Ubiquiti have a large number of wireless access points options and some of the most common are listed below.   A full list can be found here