Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48 750W

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48 750W
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Unboxing

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Box (Front)

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Box (Front)

Front of box artwork.

UniFi® | Switch 48 750W
Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP+

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Box (Back)

Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 48: Box (Back)

Back of box artwork.

UniFi® | Switch 48 750W
Model: US-48-750W

Build and expand your network with the UniFi® Switch, part of the Ubiquiti Networks® UniFi Enterprise System. The UniFi Switch US-48-750W is a fully managed, high-performance PoE+ Gigabit switch with two SFP+ and two SFP ports, providing up to 10 Gbps uplinks and fiber connectivity options for your enterprise networks.

The UniFi Switch US-48-750W offers 48 ports of auto-sensing IEEE 802.af/at or configurable 24V PoE to simplify your infrastructure, and with a total power of 750W, you have the flexibility to power more devices on your network.

Features

  • (48) Gigabit RJ45 Ethernet Ports
  • Auto-Sensing IEEE 802.af/at PoE+
  • Configurable 24V Passive PoE
  • (2) 1G SFP Ports
  • (2) 10G SFP+ Ports
  • 750W Power Supply
  • Managed by UniFi Controller
  • 1U Rack Mount Height
Package Contents

  • UniFi Switch US-48-750W
  • Power Cord
  • Mounting Screws (4)
  • Cage Nuts (4)
  • Quick Start Guide

UniFi®

Managed and configured by the UniFi Controller, the UniFi switch offers an extensive suite of advanced Layer-2 switching features and protocols, and also provides Layer-3 routing capability. The UniFi Controller UI allows admins to configure to configure and monitor virtually all of the switch features in a graphical user interface. For advanced users, a command-line interface (CLI) is available through telnet and SSH and can be used to access all the features and configuration.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: In the box

The the switch sitting snugly in the box, with accessories packed to the right.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Front

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Unpacking

The front and top of the switch, still with the protective foam attached.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Front

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Front

The front and top of the switch, with the protective foam removed.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Front

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Front

A close up of the front panel, showing the System LED, 48 x 1 Gbps RJ45 PoE+ Ports,  2 x 10 Gbps SFP+ ports2 x 1 Gbps SFP ports, and a pin hole Reset button on the far right.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Back

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Back

The back of the switch, showing the 100-240VAC 50/60Hz IEC320 power socket. What is missing from this unit is the Console port shown on promotional pictures and listed in the hardware specifications. There is some discussion in the support forums about whether this was only on earlier revisions, or in fact is on newer revisions. However, as stated in a number of places including the hardware specifications, the port is actually reserved for future use – possibly someone at Ubiquiti has changed their mind or found a minor cost saving?

The regulatory information on the back of the switch reads as follows:

This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions:
1) this device may not cause harmful interference and,
2) this defence must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Right

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Right

The right side of the has two intake fans and ventilation holes to help draw air through the switch.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Left

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: Left

The left side of the has two outlet fans to exhaust air from the switch.

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: What else is in the box?

Ubiquiti Unifi Switch 48: What else is in the box?

Removing the switch from the box reveals the remaining contents of the box.

  • Power Cord (Australian cord shown)
  • Mounting Screws and Cage Nuts (4)
  • Quick Start Guide
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