Ubiquiti 48 Port EdgeSwitch Gigabit PoE+ Switch

48 Port Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch Managed PoE+ Network Switch, 10/100/1000, 48x PoE RJ45, 2x SFP, 2x SFP+, 500W

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Scan code: LN82146 Manufacturer code: ES-48-500W Request call
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Product Overview The Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 48 Port PoE Switch - ES-48-500W is capable of 70Gbps non-blocking throughput with simultaneous connections on all ports with 0 packet loss, this is an excellent high end EdgeSwitch perfect for edge communications within a large business. We recommend this EdgeSwitch is used in deployments with UAP 300/LR/Pro with limited use of the UAP AC (10x UAP AC is equivalent to 250W) due to the 500W maximum output across 47 ports.

For use in powering up to 30 UAP AC's (or 20 AC's and 27 other UAP's) simultaneously we recommend the Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch ES-48-750W due to its high up to 750W power output. Features • 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 10 Gbps along with 2 SFP ports for 1 GB Links
• 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.

Model - ES-48-500W

• Total Non-Blocking Throughput - 70 Gbps
• Gigabit RJ45 Ports - 48
• SFP+ Ports - 2
• SFP Ports - 2
• Max Deliverable PoE - 500W
Specifications
Edition  
Form Factor Rackmount
Total Network Ports
  • 48 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
  • 2 x SFP
  • 2 x SFP+ 1000/10G (Dedicated)
PoE Support Type PoE+
No. of Ports with PoE 48 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
Other Non-Network Ports 1 x RJ45 (RS232) Console
Switching Capacity  
Forwarding Performance/Bandwidth  
MAC Address Table Size  
Network Capacity  
Built-in Flash Memory  
RAM Memory  
Network Protocols
  • IEEE 802.3af
  • IEEE 802.3at
Acoustic Noise  
Max. Power Consumption 500 W
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)  
Includes  
Dimensions (WxHxD) 485 x 43.7 x 374.6 mm
Weight 6.1 kg
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
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Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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