Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch Outdoor 4-Port PoE Passthrough Switch

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Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch Outdoor 4-Port PoE Passthrough Switch
Key Features
  • 4 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • 4 Gb/s Non-Blocking Line Rate
  • Durable Weatherproof Form Factor
  • Mounts to Pole or Wall
Power up to three PoE devices with the NanoSwitch Outdoor 4-Port PoE Passthrough Switch from Ubiquiti Networks. This passthrough switch features a single RJ45 PoE input and three RJ45 PoE outputs while supporting a total non-blocking line rate of 4 Gb/s. The NanoSwitch also comes equipped with a durable weatherproof enclosure and can be mounted to a pole or wall for easy installation in nearly any environment.
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Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch Overview

Power up to three PoE devices with the NanoSwitch Outdoor 4-Port PoE Passthrough Switch from Ubiquiti Networks. This passthrough switch features a single RJ45 PoE input and three RJ45 PoE outputs while supporting a total non-blocking line rate of 4 Gb/s. The NanoSwitch also comes equipped with a durable weatherproof enclosure and can be mounted to a pole or wall for easy installation in nearly any environment.

4 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
The Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch is an unmanaged switch with four Gigabit Ethernet ports. It supports up to 4 Gb/s total non-blocking line rate.
Hardware
Featuring a durable, weatherproof form factor, the NanoSwitch is ideal for outdoor deployment. For quick installation, the compact NanoSwitch can be easily mounted on a pole or wall.
UPC: 817882021708

Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch Specs

Enclosure Characteristics
White polycarbonate
Total Non-Blocking Throughput
4 Gb/s
Typical Power Consumption
1.5 W
PoE
Passive PoE Max. Wattage per Port
24 V, 2-Pair, 1 A per port (24 W)
Total Passive PoE Max. Wattage
24 V, 2-Pair, 1.5 A for 3 ports (36 W)
Passive PoE Voltage Range
21.6 - 26.4 V
Power Method
Passive 24 V, 4-Pair PoE in
LEDs
Speed/Link/Activity (all ports)
Networking Interface
4 x 10/100/1000 Mb/s RJ45 ports
PoE Interfaces
Passive 24 V PoE in
ESD/EMP Protection
Air: ±24 kV, Contact: ± 24 kV
Temperature & Humidity
Operating Temperature
-22 to 158°F / -30 to 70°C
Operating Humidity
5 to 95% non-condensing
Shock and Vibration
ETSI300-019-1.4 standard
Dimensions
7.73 x 3.68 x 1.28" / 19.64 x 9.35 x 3.24 cm
Weight
9.6 oz / 271 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
9.5 x 5 x 2.55"

Ubiquiti Networks NanoSwitch Reviews

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Can this be seen by a network admin on a ubiquiti ...

Can this be seen by a network admin on a ubiquiti network?
Asked by: Mark
Yes
Answered by: Matthew
Date published: 2023-03-02

Can I use this to take one CAT6 cable running ...

Can I use this to take one CAT6 cable running from my Dahua NVR and split it into two CAT6 cables so I am able to connect two POE IP cameras using the one line into the NVR?
Asked by: Ken
Yes, you can split the POE power to 2 cameras.
Answered by: Zev
Date published: 2020-12-24

Can I use this to connect one CAT6 cable running ...

Can I use this to connect one CAT6 cable running from my Dahua Camera NVR into the switch, splitting it into two CAT6 cables to connect two POE IP Cameras?
Asked by: Ken
NO, wrong POE interface (passive POE).
Answered by: D
Date published: 2020-12-24

If I have a 24vdc Access point that takes .5 amps ...

If I have a 24vdc Access point that takes .5 amps will this damage it? I see that it is 1.2amps
Asked by: Jennifer
Currently I have one Ubiquiti access point, four Ubiquiti wireless bridges and four Ubiquiti cameras powered by these switches. All are 24V devices. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the 1.2A rating is for the entire switch. And not each port. 1.2A's is a lot of current and I don't think you can get that on each port on this device. Pull up a spec sheet for a Ubiquiti G3 camera and see what the current rating is on it. I have had good service from these switches. Most of my network components are Ubiquiti. I have only had a few cameras and one bridge fail over a 5 year time frame. I hope my comments are helpful. Good luck and stay safe.
Answered by: Terry
Date published: 2021-06-29

How does the Nano switch get power?

How does the Nano switch get power?
Asked by: Denis
The Nanoswitch receives and distributes POE from the power injector that goes with an associated radio or camera. You must plug the Enet bringing POE into port 1. All devices must use the same voltage.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2022-04-26

is it ok to use this switch PoE port to connect a ...

is it ok to use this switch PoE port to connect a computer?
Asked by: Ahmad
No, you can only use the Poe ports out to PoE devices.
Answered by: Miguel M
Date published: 2021-03-04

Will I be able to place this device on a pole ...

Will I be able to place this device on a pole 100m away from my 150w POE ubiquiti switch via cat cable and then output 1 short cat to a PTZOptics camera and then out another port on this device cat cable additional 100m to a second PTZ Optics Camera? How about after that? How many can you daisy chain in a row?
Asked by: Jose
The distance of 100m should be fine. In regards to daisy chaining just don't exceed the mount of power output from your source device.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-01-12
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