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Ubiquiti UniFi EAH-8 Enterprise Access Hub

Part Number: EAH-8

The Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise Access Hub is an Enterprise level access controller, allowing you to streamline entry and exit control to eight doors. The EAH-8 Access Hub is also furnished with battery backup support connected through an integrated PP45 cable in case of power outages, and can be configured and maintained from a single browser-based interface.

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More Information - Ubiquiti EAH-8 Enterprise Access Hub

The EAH-8 has an enclosure made from SGCC housing with a PC cover, and it includes a SGCC wall mount plate. The unit supports a networking interface with ten 10/100/1000 Base-T ports and a universal input power method of 100-240V AC.

The EAH-8 provides eight inputs for both request-to-exit devices and door position sensors, along with an emergency input. The Hub additionally includes eight dry output relay lock terminals and four auxiliary terminals for advanced setup. Designed for indoor use only.

Please note: either a UniFi Dream Machine Pro or a UniFi Cloud Key Plus is required to run UniFi Access (sold separately).

EAH-8 Key Highlights

  • Entry and exit control to eight doors
  • Battery backup support (32-48V)
  • 8x Lock terminals (Dry ot 12V)
  • 8+8 x Inputs for request-to-exit devices and door position sensors
  • Managed with UniFi Access Application (requires UniFi Cloud Controller device)
  • 8 x PoE ports for Access Readers
  • 4 x AUX terminals for chimes, sirens or door openers

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