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Ubiquiti USW-LITE-8-POE Switch

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Ubiquiti USW-LITE-8-POE Switch

Ubiquiti UniFi USW-LITE-8-POE 8-port PoE+ Gen2 Switch

Part Number: USW-LITE-8-POE

The Ubiquiti UniFi Switch Lite 8 PoE is a fully managed Layer 2 switch with eight Gigabit Ethernet ports for your RJ45 Ethernet devices. Four ports also offer auto-sensing 802.3at PoE+ that provide up to a total of 52W PoE wattage for UniFi Access Points or other PoE devices.

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More Information - Ubiquiti UniFi USW-LITE-8-POE Switch

The USW-Lite-8-PoE is managed and configured by the UniFi Network Controller with UniFi mobile app support and offers Layer 2 switching protocols and features. The UniFi Network Controller and mobile app allow admins to configure and monitor virtually all of the switch features in a graphical user interface from anywhere.

USW-LITE-8-POE Key Highlights

  • 8 x Gigabit RJ45 ports, including 4 x 802.3at PoE+ ports
  • Managed by UniFi Controller (5.13.10 or later)
  • External 60W power adapter
  • Total Non-Blocking Line Rate: 8 Gbps
  • Max. Power Consumption: 8W
  • Power Method: 54VDC, 1.1A Power Adapter
  • Power Supply: External 54V/60W Power Adapter
  • Supported Voltage Range: DC 50V to 57V
  • Mangement Interface Ethernet In-Band
  • Max PoE+ Wattage per Port by PSE: 30W
  • Modes: SMB Layer 2 PoE Gigabit Ethernet Switch

What's in the Box?

  • USW-LITE-8-POE Switch
  • Wall mount kit
  • Power supply
  • User Guide

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