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Ubiquiti UniFi Switch, 8-Port, 60W

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  • SKU: US-8-60W
  • Manufacturer: Ubiquiti Networks
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  • Availability: 9 In Stock

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Ubiquiti UniFi Switch 8 port (US-8-60W)

Build and expand your network with Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Switch, part of the UniFi line of products. The 8-port models feature Gigabit Ethernet ports in a compact form factor. The switches are fully manageable, delivering robust performance and intelligent switching for your growing networks.

Switching Performance

The UniFi Switch offers the forwarding capacity to simultaneously process traffic on all ports at line rate without any packet loss. For its total, non-blocking throughput, each supports up to 8 Gbps with a switching capacity of 16 Gbps.

The US-8-60W model has four auto-sensing PoE ports that can deliver up to 15.4W of power for PoE devices.

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Great Performance

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These horns have zero side lobes and perform very well in our backhauls.

Link in a box is one not to be missed Cambium Wins Again


Cambium has an excellent product here. Very well made and easy to use.

Integration with the cnMaestro platform is needed as well but not needed.

If you are an integrator hooking up two offices, buildings across a field, need to backhaul cameras and other data over a link - this is one not to be missed.

inexpensive and easy to use.

Linking up is easier than shooting Fish in a Barrel with this SCOPE...


It makes sighting the link much easier. Almost like shooting fish in a barrel.

ISP Supplies + Ignitenet's Scope makes building links and connecting customers much easier.

This is a tool NOT to be forgotten when placing your order.

They work good

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They work good but you will need to have the AF adapters for any device that uses AF otherwise it wont power up. Other then that as long as you have internet you should be able to point it to your UniFi server and adopt it.



I have three pair of these that I use for outbuildings on our campus. I have had them up for 4 years plus without an issue. I would recommend them without reservation.