#UBIQUITI 8 Port 60W PoE Gigabit Switch

Brand: UBIQUITI
Code: DC6082
Manufacturer: UBIQUITI
Man Code: US-8-60W
EAN: N/A
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DC6082 US-8-60W - Ubiquiti UniFi 8 Port 60W PoE Gigabit Network Switch

The Ubiquiti Unifi 8 port 60W Network Switch (US-8-60W) features 8 x Gigabit Ethernet ports, offering up to 8 Gbps for its total, non-blocking throughput, and a switching capacity of 16 Gbps on all ports at line rate without any packet loss. Its fanless cooling makes it super quiet for setups where noise is a consideration.

The US-8-60W is a fully managed Gigabit switch, offering 4 x 802.3af PoE ports, each auto-sensing port is capable of delivering 15.4W of power to connected PoE devices. It also offers PoE passthrough, ideal for adding Ethernet ports where needed.

This 8 port UniFi switch with Gigabit Ethernet ports is presented in a compact form factor. All switches are fully manageable, offering intelligent switching and robust performance for your networking requirements.

Specifications:

  • Product code US-8-60W
  • Dimensions 148.0 x 99.5 x 30.7 mm (5.83 x 3.92 x 1.21")
  • Weight 432 g (15.24 oz)
  • Enclosure Characteristics SGCC Steel
  • Total Non-Blocking Throughput 8 Gbps
  • Switching Capacity 16 Gbps
  • Forwarding Rate 11.9 Mpps
  • Max. Power Consumption 12W (Excluding PoE Output)
  • Max. PoE Wattage per Port 15.4W
  • Power Method 48VDC, Max. 2A
  • Supported Voltage Range 57VDC to 44VDC
  • Power Supply External AC/DC Adapter, 48V, 1.25A
  • LEDs PoE (Port 8), Speed/Link/Activity (All Ports)
  • Networking Interfaces (8) 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45 Ports
  • PoE Interfaces (4) Ports 5, 6, 7, 8; IEEE802.3af
  • Operating Temperature -5 to 45 C (23 to 113 F)


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