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8-Port Ubiquiti Networks Gigabit Ethernet Switch w/ 4x PoE Ports

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Newegg.com has 8-Port Ubiquiti Networks Gigabit Ethernet Switch w/ 4x PoE Ports (US-8-60W-US) on sale for $114.99 - $20 w/ promo code AFEMBCRB58 = $94.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Make sure they run off 48v.. Ubiquiti has pulled some lame crap where they make a lot of their "lower end" devices (i.e. the non "pro" APs) only run on 24v PoE so - despite having a PoE switch - you may still need the 24v PoE injector.
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Been waiting for this one to go back on sale. It'll be nice to ditch the PoE injectors for my UniFi APs.
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Isn't that a regular price?
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Already have but I made need additional ports. Can I just connect the two through?

Edit: nevermind. I thought this was the 8 PoE ports model.
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Already have but I made need additional ports. Can I just connect the two through?
Yes, just connect them
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Guys.. is this a good price?
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Been waiting for this one to go back on sale. It'll be nice to ditch the PoE injectors for my UniFi APs.
If you have this AC-LITEs be careful. I learned the hard way that these are not compatible with AC-LITE made before 2017. Newegg is still selling AC-LITEs from June 2016. I bought a 5 pack of those and 2 of these switches when they were on sale a month ago and the APs won't power up due to the POE incompatibility.
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Woo almost bought for 115 yesterday. glad i waited.
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Just need the 150w to go back on sale now!!
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Been waiting for this one to go back on sale. It'll be nice to ditch the PoE injectors for my UniFi APs.
Make sure they run off 48v.. Ubiquiti has pulled some lame crap where they make a lot of their "lower end" devices (i.e. the non "pro" APs) only run on 24v PoE so - despite having a PoE switch - you may still need the 24v PoE injector.
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If you have this AC-LITEs be careful.
Thanks for the warning. I've got the AP-AC-PRO, so I should be good to go.
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I would still need a router with this for my 2 AC-Pro's, correct?
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Isn't that a regular price?
This is about as low as I've seen. Usually it hovers around $115.
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I would still need a router with this for my 2 AC-Pro's, correct?
Yep. Your standard consumer "Wifi router" is a combination router, switch, and access point. With this gear, you're specializing a bit more, so you'll need each of them separately.
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