Scan code: LN146718 Manufacturer code: USW-PRO-MAX-48-POE

Ubiquiti 48-Port 1/2.5Gbps PoE+ Managed Network Switch with 4x SFP 720W

48-Port Ubiquiti USW Pro Max 48 PoE+ Switch, 48x 1/2.5Gbps, IEEE 802.1x, Fanless

Scan code: LN146718 Manufacturer code: USW-PRO-MAX-48-POE
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Product Overview

Ubiquiti Pro Max 48 PoE 48-port, Layer 3 Etherlighting™ switch

Transform your network's performance with the Ubiquiti 48-Port USW Pro Max 48 PoE+ Switch, a state-of-the-art Layer 3 Etherlighting™ switch that offers both robust functionality and aesthetic appeal. This powerhouse switch features (16) 2.5 GbE ports, including (8) PoE+ and (8) PoE++, as well as (32) GbE ports with (24) PoE+ and (8) PoE++, providing versatile connectivity options for all your devices. This cutting-edge solution is designed to meet the needs of modern businesses requiring high-density networking with power over Ethernet capabilities, simplifying infrastructure and reducing cable clutter.


Etherlighting™ Technology

The innovative Etherlighting™ ports provide visual feedback and real-time monitoring on network status, with colour-coded illumination that indicates port location, speed/link status, and VLAN/network configuration. This not only adds to the aesthetic but also aids in quick troubleshooting and monitoring.


High PoE Capacity

A generous 720W total PoE budget allows for the connection and powering of numerous high-demand devices such as VoIP phones, IP cameras, and WiFi access points, all through a single network cable. This feature is particularly beneficial for expanding businesses that require a scalable and flexible network infrastructure.


Advanced Connectivity

With (4) 10G SFP+ ports, the switch provides ample bandwidth for high-speed data transfer, making it ideal for backbone connections or linking to other switches in a stacked configuration. This ensures that data-intensive tasks such as video conferencing, large file transfers, and cloud computing are handled with ease.


UniFi Network Management

Compatibility with UniFi Network 8.0.24 and later versions means that the switch can be seamlessly integrated into an existing UniFi ecosystem. The intuitive management interface allows for easy configuration, monitoring, and maintenance of the network, all from a centralized platform.


Features

• Etherlighting™ ports that illuminate to indicate port location, speed/link, and native VLAN/network.
• (16) 2.5 GbE ports including (8) PoE+ and (8) PoE++.
• (32) GbE ports including (24) PoE+ and (8) PoE++.
• (4) 10G SFP+ ports.
• DC power backup ready.
• 720W total PoE availability.
• Managed with UniFi Network 8.0.24 and later.

Specifications
Edition Desktop Switch
Form Factor  
Total Network Ports
  • 32 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
  • 16 x 10/100/1000/2.5G RJ-45
  • 4 x SFP+
PoE Support Type PoE+/PoE++
No. of Ports Providing PoE
  • 32 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
  • 16 x 10/100/1000/2.5G RJ-45
Other Non-Network Ports  
Switching Capacity 224 Gbps
Non-Blocking Throughput 112 Gbps
Forwarding Rate  
MAC Address Table Size  
Network Capacity  
Built-in Flash Memory  
RAM Memory  
Network Protocols  
Acoustic Noise  
Max. Power Consumption 100 W
Max. PoE Wattage per Port 60 W
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)  
Power Supply
  • Internal AC Power Supply
  • PoE
Material  
Includes  
Dimensions (WxHxD) 442.4 x 44 x 400 mm
Weight  
Additional Information
Scan Code LN146718
Model Number USW-PRO-MAX-48-POE
GTIN 810084692721
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Direct
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Ubiquiti
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Ubiquiti 48-Port 1/2.5Gbps PoE+ Managed Network Switch with 4x SFP 720W
Ubiquiti 48-Port 1/2.5Gbps PoE+ Managed Network Switch with 4x SFP 720W