Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 24 Port PoE+ Switch with 250W
Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP
Available with 24 or 48 RJ45 Gigabit ports, the EdgeSwitch™ delivers robust performance, PoE+ support and intelligent switching for growing networks.
Models: ES-16-150W, ES-16-XG, ES-24-250W, ES-24-500W, ES-48-500W, ES-48-750W, ES-8-150W
Powerful Enterprise Switch Models
The EdgeSwitch™ delivers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss. Total non-blocking throughput: up to 26 Gbps for 24-port models and up to 70 Gbps for 48-port models.
The EdgeSwitch™ supports an extensive suite of advanced Layer-2 switching features and protocols, and also provides Layer-3 routing capability.
Optical Fiber Backhaul
Two SFP ports support uplinks of up to 1 Gbps. For high-capacity uplinks, each 48-port model includes two SFP+ ports for uplinks of up to 10 Gbps.
Convenient PoE+ Support
The EdgeSwitch™ features auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at and 24V passive PoE to power multiple devices on the network.
The EdgeSwitch™ provides top price/performance value: a full-featured, enterprise-class switch starting at $299 USD MSRP.
The comprehensive UI is easy to learn and allows administrators to configure and monitor features in a graphical user interface. For advanced users, a Command-Line Interface (CLI) is available through telnet and SSH.
Features The Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 24 Port PoE Switch - ES-24-250W is capable of 26Gbps non blocking throughput with simultaneous connections on all ports with 0 packet loss, this is an excellent entry level EdgeSwitch perfect for edge communications within a small business. We recommend this EdgeSwitch is used in deployments with UAP 300 and LR with limited use of the UAP Pro and AC due to the 250W maximum output.
For use in powering up to 23 UAP Pro's and AC products we recommend the Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch ES-24-500W due to its high up to 500W power output.
• Enterprise-Class Features - The EdgeSwitch support full Layer 3 routing and management with an extensive array of advance layer 2 features available.
• Optical Fiber Backhaul - Two SFP ports support uplinks of up to 1 Gbps.
• Convenient PoE+ Support - The EdgeSwitch features auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at (48v Unifi Compatibility with no config needed) and 24V passive PoE to power multiple devices on the network.
• Advanced UI - For advanced users, a Command-Line Interface (CLI) is available through telnet and SSH, and the comprehensive UI is easy to learn and allows administrators to configure and monitor features in a graphical user interface.
|Form Factor||1U Rackmount|
|Total Network Ports|
|PoE Support Type||PoE+|
|No. of Ports Providing PoE||
|Other Non-Network Ports|
|MAC Address Table Size|
|Built-in Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption||250 W|
|Max. PoE Wattage per Port|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||485 x 44.45 x 285.6 mm|
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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