Ubiquiti Unifi Cloud Key
Big things do come in small packages. We took one of our biggest ideas and engineered it to fit into a tiny form factor. Introducing the UniFi Cloud Key, a miniaturized marvel of technology.
The UniFi CloudKey is an integrated computer and software controller minus the bulk. It features a quad-core processor with 1 GB RAM, operating the latest version of the UniFi Controller with built-in hybrid cloud technology
The UniFi Cloud Key is fully capable of configuring and managing dozens of UniFi devices in your deployment. Replacing a dedicated server or computer, the UniFi Cloud Key is an ultra-low energy solution with virtually no footprint.
The Ubiquiti hybrid cloud configuration provides a secure, private SSO (Single Sign-On) to access all of your UniFi deployments from anywhere in the world. With the Ubiquiti hybrid cloud, a third-party hosted cloud service is not required, so all of your personal data and network information remains local and secure the way it should be. Features Specifications:
• Dimensions: 21.7 x 43.4 x 121.9mm
• Weight: 110g
• Processor: Quad Core SoC
• Memory: 1GB DDR
• Networking Interface: 1 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet Ports
• Buttons: Reset
• Power Method:
48v Passive 802.3af or
Passive PoE (Pairs 4, 5+; 7, 8 Return)
- USB Micro
USB power source (5V, minimum 1A).
• Max Power Consumption: 5W
• Operating Temperature: 0 to 40 C
• Operating Humidity: 20 to 90% Noncondensing
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Compatible Internet Connections|
|Total LAN Connections|
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|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal RAM Memory Type|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption|
|Security & VPN|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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