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UISP-S-Pro Ubiquiti UISP Switch Pro




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The Ubiquiti UISP-S-Pro 24-Port Layer 3 Managed Rackmount Gigabit Passive PoE Switch is designed for ISP networks, and has twenty-four (24) GbE RJ45 ports, including sixteen (16) with 27V passive PoE output and four (4) 10G SFP+ ports for high-speed fibre uplinks.


The UISP-S-Pro has a robust 220W PoE supply and provides 2 or 4-pair mode functionality to ensure reliable support for your radio devices. Additionally, the rack-mountable UISP-S-Pro features a 1.3" LCM colour touchscreen that concisely presents key device and network status information.


The UISP-S-Pro can be set up in minutes and fully managed with the UISP application, a centralised platform where you can monitor and configure all of your UISP devices.



Twenty-four (24) GbE RJ45 ports, including sixteen (16) with 27V passive PoE output.
Four (4) 10G SFP+ ports.
220W (27V) total PoE availability, 15W/port (2-pair) / 30W/port (4-pair).
Layer 3 switching features.
1.3-inch LCM colour touchscreen.
Easy Bluetooth-powered setup via the UISP Mobile app.

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Learn how to create the perfect Point to Point connection

Step One - Get to know how a point to point works

Step Two - Choose your Point to Point device

There are many factors that affect a point to point to point connection, including distance, elevation, obstructions etc.   Please do reach out to our team if you are not sure.  We have listed some of the most common devices below, which should be good for connections that are generally less than 2km in length.

Step Three - You will probably need some way to mount it

Step Four - You will need to power it

Many of the devices will come with a PoE injector in the box.  If they don't you will need to either power it from a PoE switch or a PoE injector.


Not sure what PoE is, this video may help.