Ubiquiti 48 Port UniFi PoE+ Switch 500W

48 port Ubiquiti UniFi 500W Managed PoE+ Network Switch, 10/100/1000,48x PoE RJ45,2x SFP+, 2x SFP,70 Gbps Throughput

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Product Overview Build and expand your network with Ubiquiti Networks® UniFi® Switch, part of the UniFi line of products. The UniFi Switch is a fully managed, PoE+ Gigabit switch, delivering robust performance and intelligent switching for growing networks.

Switching Performance - The UniFi Switch offers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss.

PoE+ Flexibility - The UniFi Switch models are available with 24 or 48 PoE Gigabit Ethernet ports of auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at or configurable 24V passive PoE to simplify your infrastructure. By default, the UniFi Switch automatically detects 802.3af/at devices so they automatically receive PoE. For 24V passive PoE devices, manually enable 24V passive PoE using the UniFi Controller software.

Fiber Connectivity - The UniFi Switch provides fiber connectivity options for easy expansion of your networks. Each UniFi Switch model includes two SFP ports for uplinks of up to 1 Gbps. Each 48-port model adds two SFP+ ports for high-capacity uplinks of up to 10 Gbps, so you can directly connect to a high-performance storage server or deploy a long-distance uplink to another switch. Features Model: US-48-500W

• (48) Gigabit RJ45 ports
• (2) SFP+ ports
• (2) SFP ports
• (1) Serial console port
• Non-blocking throughput: 70 Gbps
• Switching capacity: 140 Gbps
• Forwarding rate: 104.16 Mpps
• Maximum power consumption: 500W
• Supports POE+ IEEE 802.3at/af and 24V Passive PoE
• Rackmountable
Specifications
Edition  
Form Factor Rackmount
Total Network Ports
  • 48 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
  • 2 x SFP
  • 2 x SFP+
PoE Support Type PoE / PoE+
No. of Ports Providing PoE 48 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45
Other Non-Network Ports  
Switching Capacity  
Non-Blocking Throughput  
Forwarding Rate  
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
Max. PoE Wattage per Port  
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)  
Power Supply  
Material  
Includes  
Dimensions (WxHxD) 485.04 x 44.45 x 347.6 mm
Weight 5.3 kg
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Ubiquiti 48 Port UniFi PoE+ Switch 500W
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