Ubiquiti Networks TS-8-PRO TOUGHSwitch Pro 8 Port Advanced PoE Controller
The TOUGHSwitch™ delivers reliable passive PoE and Gigabit connectivity to attached Ubiquiti devices and other devices that support passive PoE.
Clean Industrial Design
The TOUGHSwitch is designed to simplify deployment, consolidating the delivery of data and passive PoE (as needed).
Convenient PoE Support
The TOUGHSwitch supports 24V or 48V passive PoE to power multiple devices on your network.
The TOUGHSwitch™ delivers uptime performance equal to leading carrier or enterprise technology solutions.
The TOUGHSwitch™ is purpose-built with robust mechanicals for industrial application use.
A Single Power Source
Featuring software-selectable output voltage control, the TOUGHSwitch™ PoE PRO and Carrier models can power 24V or 48V devices.
Designed for efficient setup and control, the graphical user interface is easy to use and manages advanced Layer 2 features, including:
• 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 • 8 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet Data Ports
• 1 x 10/100 Ethernet Management Port
• MIPS 24K, 400 MHz Processor
• USB 2.0 Type A Port
• 64MB System Memory
• 8MB Code Storage
• 24V/48V Configurable Passive PoE
• PoE Configuration Interface
• Tough Full Metal & Rubber Casing
• CE, FCC, IC Certified
|Total Network Ports||8 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||max 150 W|
|Max. PoE Wattage per Port|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||210 x 185 x 41 mm|
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