Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White

Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White

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Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White

Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I wanted to post some information I gathered on most of the UniFi switches to help people purchase the right unit. I have been using Ubiquiti products for quite a long time but the UniFi switches are something I'm just getting into for my home and a couple smaller work sites. I mainly deal with HP 2920 series PoE switches at work, which are excellent and support is very good.First off, the ugly truth is that if you want a PoE switch you have to deal with it either being hot or listening to some fan noise. I'm forever on the quest for the unicorn quiet PoE switch with a fan. That said here are my thoughts:8 Port 12W - a great little unit, especially in my case where I have larger PoE switches deployed. If I have a location with a single network cable that needs more outlets, plug it in and done. Works great as a stand alone too. At home my office has a single network port, so I'm using this with the POE passthough to a Hikvision cube camera. Fanless, so quiet and with only 12W not overly hot. It's almost impossible for me to not want one of these on the shelf at all times.8 Port 60W - I don't think I've tried this one, based on it being essentially a high output/more PoE ports than the 12W, I'm sure it works just a well, fanless quiet but the laws of physics says 60W should be hotter than 12W.8 Port 150W. I really want to like this switch. 150W, SFP slots and rack mount, also a nice size for the desktop. I don't like smaller desktop switches when they don't have enough weight to them and the cables pull it around. Two things keep me from loving this switch. The first being that I'm spoiled by working with the HP 2915. It's not a fair comparison as the HP is 5 but budget permitting this is my favorite fanless POE switch for now. The second is this unit gets AMAZINGLY hot. There are lots of theads that explain that the temps it runs at are OK while others disagree quoting that the hotter electronics are, the worse it is. 150W with a fanless design has to get hot but I'm sure it was designed accordingly. I have not seen any posts about failed units and I haven't had any issue with mine even with the exterior case temp at 125 degrees when my garage ambient was well over 100. There is a lot to love here but the case temperature must to be part of your buying equation.16 Port 150W. This switch hits the best balance of fan cooled but quiet enough to be in an open office. Full rack sized with 16 ports. Nothing but good stuff here. I'm rather envious of this unit at work as HP does not make a 16 port 2920 PoE. The HP 8 port is great as I mentioned, while the HP 24 port is too loud for office use.24 Port 250W I have this unit as my core switch at home, a full UniFi system, Cloud Key, USG Pro, 5 UAP-AC plus hikvision PoE cameras. This switch makes some noise, too much to be around office workers. Mine is in a tripplite enclose in the garage. Not the coolest place to start with but even when setting idle in a 70F room its no quieter. Going back to my first statement about PoE being a balance of heat verses noise, this was the right switch for my situation. It's in a hot environment so I want as much fan cooling as I can get. Being in the garage and in a metal enclosure, I can deal with the sound level. I could have gone with the 16 port as I currently don't have that many devices but as you'll quickly learn that you can never have enough ports. For roughly 0 more, I got 50% more ports and wattage to be somewhat future proof.I don't have any experience with the 48 Port models but given their port density and higher wattage I can go out on a limb and say they are fairly loud as well.Ubiquiti gets a bad rap sometimes because people are so used to spending a lot more money for the devices they sell. I was spending 0ish for Cisco wifi access when I first found UniFi, "how good can the UniFi AP be for 0?" My overall experience with their switches and really all the UniFi family has been very positive and I really appreciate them putting 'not quite enterprise' level equipment in our hands so affordably. Any of these switches should service you well, I hope this helps you pick the unit that best fits your needs.phoenix mall,max 50% off,max 46% offUbiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White
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Ubiquiti Networks networks Unifi switch 8-port 150 watts. The UniFi Switch models are available with 8 PoE Gigabit Ethernet ports of auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at or configurable 24V passive PoE to simplify your infrastructure.


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Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White

Ubiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I wanted to post some information I gathered on most of the UniFi switches to help people purchase the right unit. I have been using Ubiquiti products for quite a long time but the UniFi switches are something I'm just getting into for my home and a couple smaller work sites. I mainly deal with HP 2920 series PoE switches at work, which are excellent and support is very good.First off, the ugly truth is that if you want a PoE switch you have to deal with it either being hot or listening to some fan noise. I'm forever on the quest for the unicorn quiet PoE switch with a fan. That said here are my thoughts:8 Port 12W - a great little unit, especially in my case where I have larger PoE switches deployed. If I have a location with a single network cable that needs more outlets, plug it in and done. Works great as a stand alone too. At home my office has a single network port, so I'm using this with the POE passthough to a Hikvision cube camera. Fanless, so quiet and with only 12W not overly hot. It's almost impossible for me to not want one of these on the shelf at all times.8 Port 60W - I don't think I've tried this one, based on it being essentially a high output/more PoE ports than the 12W, I'm sure it works just a well, fanless quiet but the laws of physics says 60W should be hotter than 12W.8 Port 150W. I really want to like this switch. 150W, SFP slots and rack mount, also a nice size for the desktop. I don't like smaller desktop switches when they don't have enough weight to them and the cables pull it around. Two things keep me from loving this switch. The first being that I'm spoiled by working with the HP 2915. It's not a fair comparison as the HP is 5 but budget permitting this is my favorite fanless POE switch for now. The second is this unit gets AMAZINGLY hot. There are lots of theads that explain that the temps it runs at are OK while others disagree quoting that the hotter electronics are, the worse it is. 150W with a fanless design has to get hot but I'm sure it was designed accordingly. I have not seen any posts about failed units and I haven't had any issue with mine even with the exterior case temp at 125 degrees when my garage ambient was well over 100. There is a lot to love here but the case temperature must to be part of your buying equation.16 Port 150W. This switch hits the best balance of fan cooled but quiet enough to be in an open office. Full rack sized with 16 ports. Nothing but good stuff here. I'm rather envious of this unit at work as HP does not make a 16 port 2920 PoE. The HP 8 port is great as I mentioned, while the HP 24 port is too loud for office use.24 Port 250W I have this unit as my core switch at home, a full UniFi system, Cloud Key, USG Pro, 5 UAP-AC plus hikvision PoE cameras. This switch makes some noise, too much to be around office workers. Mine is in a tripplite enclose in the garage. Not the coolest place to start with but even when setting idle in a 70F room its no quieter. Going back to my first statement about PoE being a balance of heat verses noise, this was the right switch for my situation. It's in a hot environment so I want as much fan cooling as I can get. Being in the garage and in a metal enclosure, I can deal with the sound level. I could have gone with the 16 port as I currently don't have that many devices but as you'll quickly learn that you can never have enough ports. For roughly 0 more, I got 50% more ports and wattage to be somewhat future proof.I don't have any experience with the 48 Port models but given their port density and higher wattage I can go out on a limb and say they are fairly loud as well.Ubiquiti gets a bad rap sometimes because people are so used to spending a lot more money for the devices they sell. I was spending 0ish for Cisco wifi access when I first found UniFi, "how good can the UniFi AP be for 0?" My overall experience with their switches and really all the UniFi family has been very positive and I really appreciate them putting 'not quite enterprise' level equipment in our hands so affordably. Any of these switches should service you well, I hope this helps you pick the unit that best fits your needs.phoenix mall,max 50% off,max 46% offUbiquiti Networks Networks UniFi Switch 8-Port 150 Watts, White