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Ubiquiti Networks USW-24-POE Gen 2 120W UniFi Managed Gigabit Layer 2 Ethernet Switch with SFP, 24x RJ45 Ports
|Product Dimensions||17.42 x 7.87 x 1.72 inches; 4.41 Pounds|
|Mounting Type||Rack Mount|
|Actuator Type||Push Button|
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- Total Number of Network Ports: 24
- Uplink Port: Yes
- Modular: Yes
- Port/Expansion Slot Details: 16 x Gigabit Ethernet PoE+
- Port/Expansion Slot Details: 8 x Gigabit Ethernet Network
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Expand and power your network with the UniFi PoE Switch, part of the Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise System. It is available in two models: USW-16-POE 16 RJ45 ports with 2 SFP ports USW-24-POE 24 RJ45 ports with 2 SFP ports Compact Form FactorMeasuring only 7.9" in depth, the UniFi PoE Switch is designed for convenient installation: rackmounted in a SOHO rack cabinet placed on a desktop Fiber ConnectivitySFP ports enable network uplinks of up to 1 Gbps.Fanless, Silent CoolingThe UniFi PoE Switch features fanless, silent thermal cooling, so it can be located in any workspace. Switching Performance The UniFi PoE Switch offers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss.802.3af/at PoEPoE support simplifies your network infrastructure and cabling. PoE ports offer 802.3af/at to power your PoE devices, such as UniFi APs and cameras. . Manufacturer: Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. Manufacturer Part Number: USW-24-POE. Brand Name: Ubiquiti. Product Model: USW-24-POE. Product Name: USW-24-POE Ethernet Switch. Product Type: Ethernet Switch. [Interfaces/Ports] Total Number of Network Ports: 24. Uplink Port: Yes. Modular: Yes. Port/Expansion Slot Details: 16 x Gigabit Ethernet PoE+. 8 x Gigabit Ethernet Network. 2 x Gigabit Ethernet Uplink. [Media & Performance] Media Type Supported: Optical Fiber. Twisted Pair. Ethernet Technology: Gigabit Ethernet. Network Technology: 10/100/1000Base-T. 1000Base-X. [I/O Expansions] Number of Total Expansion Slots: 2. Expansion Slot Type: SFP (mini-GBIC). Number of SFP Slots: 2. [Network & Communication] Layer Supported: 2. [Management & Protocols] Manageable: Yes. [Power Description] Power Source: Power Supply. [Physical Characteristics] Compatible Rack Unit: 1U. Form Factor: Rack-mountable. Desktop. Height: 1.7". Width: 17.4". Depth: 7.9". W
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Still highly recommend it. I wish I had gotten the Pro model which has 8 more PoE ports, a higher PoE budget, better PoE compatibility with 802.3bt, and SFP+ for 10Gbps uplinks. My current network doesn't necessarily need these things, but having the options available for future-proofing would be nice.
I am slowly converting my home network to Unifi and I have to hand it to Ubiquiti for upsetting Cisco and Brocade's stranglehold on the networking market. The price for features you get in this switch would cost easily double (or more) from the other two brands. The Unifi GUI is fantastic and for the CLI users out there, the option still exists. I also have an Edgerouter PoE which will eventually be replaced with a USG of some kind to adopt into the Unifi management plane... the new Dream Machine Pro looks pretty nice... (speaking of which, recommend to buy those direct from Ubiquiti when in stock because sellers on Amazon and eBay are marking them up due to limited supply as of May 2020).
The fanless design of Gen 2 is worth it - lots of people are dumping their Gen 1 US-24-POE switches on eBay and charging near-new prices for them. Don't be fooled! The Gen 1 is loud/unbearable if you are installing it in an office environment and powering PoE equipment. Gen 1 is still compatible with all of the Unifi management tools, so if noise is not a factor I would still highly recommend a used one to possibly save a small amount of money.
Over time I plan to power more cameras, a WAP, and other PoE Unifi managed switches throughout the home. So far, the switch is powering one camera and Raspberry Pi which is hardly a load, but we'll get there eventually. Using PoE to get rid of wall warts and extra cables is the way to go, I'm convinced! I am excited about the future of my network because Ubiquiti has made max performance possible without breaking the bank.
One thing that confused me while researching other 24 port switches in the linup, is there are two versions of this switch, and then there's a pro version as well. I won't go into the features here, but I'll tell you how you can tell them apart (other than the model number).
USW-24-POE Gen 2 - This is what this listing is for. You can tell it's gen 2 because it has a 1 inch screen on the left side of the front of the product. This screen looks black in the product photos.
US-24 or US-24-250W - This is the gen 1 version. It doesn't have a screen on the left side of the front of the product, instead it's the same stainless steel color as the chassis.
USW-PRO-24-POE - This is the pro version. It has a "USP Connect" port on the left side of the back of the chassis.
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Switch is fanless and silent. In my current placement on a workshop bench it is not overheating at all.
Quick and painless setup.
Reviewed in Australia on June 30, 2020