Expand your business's network with the fully manageable UniFi Pro PoE 48-Port Gigabit Managed PoE Network Switch with SFP+ from Ubiquiti. Designed with Layer 3 protocol support, the passively cooled 48-port Gigabit switch features a total power budget of 600W across 40 32W PoE connectors and eight 64W PoE++ ports for power-intensive devices such as high-resolution network security cameras. Each port delivers 88 Gb/s non-blocking throughput with a 176 Gb/s switching capacity and a 130.94 Mpps forwarding rate. Four 10 Gb/s SFP+ ports are available for additional network expansion using compatible devices. Administrators may monitor and manage the switch with the 1.3" touchscreen display or access and configure it and connected devices using the UniFi Network Controller application.
The UniFi Switch offers a 65.47 Mpps forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports without packet loss. The UniFi PoE Pro Switch has a non-blocking throughput of 44 Gb/s with a 88 Gb/s switching capacity.
The UniFi Pro PoE Switch features Layer 3 protocol capabilities, such as inter-VLAN routing, static routing, and DHCP server functionality.
SFP+ Fiber Connectivity
Connect high-speed network storage or set up a long-distance uplink using the 10 Gb/s SFP+ ports.
The UniFi Pro PoE Switch supports has an external DC power interface, which works with a separate power adapter as a power backup if the internal PSU fails.
The UniFi Network Controller can provision UniFi devices, map networks, manage system traffic, and monitor network statistics from one interface.
You may use a single instance of the UniFi Controller running in the cloud from a centralized interface to manage multiple UniFi sites. Each site is logically separated with its own network monitoring, configuration, maps, statistics, and administrator accounts.
Access and configure any managed UniFi Switch using the UniFi Controller. Its features include:
Switch Port Status
View the status information for each port, including:
Supported Voltage Range
Max. Power Consumption (Excluding PoE Output)
Shock and Vibration