Ubiquiti Toughswitch TS-5-POE 5 Port Rugged PoE Managed Switch
5 Port Ubiquiti TOUGHSwitch TS-5-POE Advanced Gigabit 24V Passive PoE Managed Switch, 24V or 48V devices, VLAN config
The TOUGHSwitch™ delivers reliable passive PoE and Gigabit connectivity to attached Ubiquiti devices and other devices that support passive PoE.
The TS-5-POE TOUGHSwitch 5-Port Advanced PoE Controller from Ubiquiti Networks is a cost-effective, 5-port Gigabit switch with 24V PoE support. It delivers reliable passive PoE and fast 10/100/1000 Mb/s connectivity to attached Ubiquiti devices and other devices that support passive PoE. To connect the PoE devices, you need to enable PoE in the TOUGHSwitch configuration interface. Each port can be individually configured to provide PoE, so that both PoE and non-PoE devices can be connected.
It allows network architects to design cleaner, less cluttered deployments. The TOUGHSwitch PoE deployments increase efficiency and reduce the potential failure points, resulting in faster installations and less maintenance and troubleshooting
Intuitive Configuration Interface
The TOUGHSwitch PoE provides a user-friendly configuration interface for efficient setup and control. Accessed via a secured management port and Web browser, the TOUGHSwitch configuration interface provides intuitive management with a virtual view of the ports, showing physical connectivity, speed, and PoE status
• Port monitoring
• System connection and management services
• Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) configuration
• Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)/Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
• Jumbo frame support
• Ping watchdog
• Configurable alerts Features • 5x 10/100/1000 Ethernet Data Ports.
• 1x 10/100 Ethernet Management Port.
• MIPS 24K, 400 MHz Processor.
• USB 2.0 Type A Port.
• 64MB System Memory.
• 8MB Code Storage.
• 24V Configurable Passive PoE.
• PoE Configuration Interface.
• CE, FCC, IC Certified.
|Total Network Ports||5 x 10/100/1000 (Gigabit) RJ-45|
|PoE Support Type|
|No. of Ports Providing PoE|
|Other Non-Network Ports||
|MAC Address Table Size|
|Built-in Flash Memory||64MB|
|Max. Power Consumption||60 W|
|Max. PoE Wattage per Port|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||197 x 88 x 28 mm|
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