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Ubiquiti 24 Port - 250W PoE - UniFi Switch (US-24-250W) - NewEgg - $377.99

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NewEgg has the Ubiquiti US-24-250W UniFi PoE switch for $377.99 after using coupon code NWCUBFEB2.

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24 Gigabit RJ45 Ports
2 SFP Ports
1 Serial Console Port
Non-Blocking Throughput: 26 Gbps
Switching Capacity: 56 Gbps
Forwarding Rate: 38.69 Mpps
Maximum Power Consumption: 250W
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"Two SFP ports support uplinks of up to 1 Gbps."

"The UniFi® Switch features auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af/at PoE to power multiple devices on the network."
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I ended up buying this myself. Raise.com is doing $15 coupon on $200+ in gift cards using code 15PREZ, so I bought a $250 GC from Raise, got $15 off there, did cashback from Raise and cashback from Newegg using the gift card and my 2.5% cashback CC. After all that I got it close to $330. A lot for a switch, but pretty good for one of these.

Anyway, just an idea.
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Been watching this for awhile. Hardly ever really goes on sale. Got it thanks!
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Is this the same thing but without the POE?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ubiquiti...SwIC1Zz9I5

Any other differences?
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Is this the same thing but without the POE?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ubiquiti...SwIC1Zz9I5

Any other differences?
Correct. Same thing but no POE.
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Correct. Same thing but no POE.
Thanks. A pretty big jump in price for POE. I've always wanted to play around with the Ubiquiti switches. I have the Unifi router, controller, and a couple of AP's. This is in my home, no real need for a managed switch, but I just love tinkering with stuff. Wondering if it's worth almost double the price for POE.
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I hear ya. Just about done building a house and I wired the entire thing myself. Have decided to go all Ubiquiti and have been watching prices for this and the non-POE version. This has been the best price I have seen w/ shipping and taxes (and not having to deal w/ jumping through multiple hoops on coupons, cashback and all that other stuff).

As to why POE is so much more, I suspect it's due to the hardware needing to supply both clean power and network signal 24/7.
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Any discount for the non-POE version?
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I hear ya. Just about done building a house and I wired the entire thing myself. Have decided to go all Ubiquiti and have been watching prices for this and the non-POE version. This has been the best price I have seen w/ shipping and taxes (and not having to deal w/ jumping through multiple hoops on coupons, cashback and all that other stuff).

As to why POE is so much more, I suspect it's due to the hardware needing to supply both clean power and network signal 24/7.
Good thing you almost don't need any AP's...
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A bit overkill to have 24 POE ports unless you have that many cams/aps etc
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A bit overkill to have 24 POE ports unless you have that many cams/aps etc
Not really. It's only 250W. But if you think about camera's, APs, speakers and who knows what else might come up in the future, it's nice to have the ability to expand if needed and only have 1 cable for everything.
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A bit overkill to have 24 POE ports unless you have that many cams/aps etc
I mostly agree, as I only plan to have 6 POE devices in the near future, but the current 8 port 150 Watt POE UniFi deal is $160. A 24 Port non POE is $200. So I am back at $360 and need two switches. They unfortunately don't make a 16 port non-POE UniFi.

So I would have to go non-UniFi for the non-POE switch, probably still spend decent money on it, and not have the UniFi architecture which is a big part of why I am going this route to begin with.

So as I mentioned in my initial reply to my post, after the Raise deal available today for $15 off on a NewEgg giftcard and that, I am at about $330 for this. Still basically enough to buy a decent desktop PC, but I am done with one purchase and can add additional POE devices over the years without needing to buy more stuff.

In the end, I am good with it. Only problem is if this thing blows up after two years of service, fingers crossed!
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Raise.com is doing $15 coupon on $200+ in gift cards using code 15PREZ,
Didn't work for me. I get the message "This Code is for specific customers".
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Didn't work for me. I get the message "This Code is for specific customers".
Dang, I didn't think it was limited. I checked the email and they said it is their "Pre-Sale", so guessing they limited it to previous customers for the first 24 hours.

I apologize for not knowing that before I posted. Guess you can take a chance on the NewEgg deal still being available when Raise makes their presidents day deal public, or I recall when I went to their site they have a $5 off for signing up with them, better than nothing if you want to pull the trigger today.
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I mostly agree, as I only plan to have 6 POE devices in the near future, but the current 8 port 150 Watt POE UniFi deal is $160. A 24 Port non POE is $200. So I am back at $360 and need two switches. They unfortunately don't make a 16 port non-POE UniFi.

So I would have to go non-UniFi for the non-POE switch, probably still spend decent money on it, and not have the UniFi architecture which is a big part of why I am going this route to begin with.

So as I mentioned in my initial reply to my post, after the Raise deal available today for $15 off on a NewEgg giftcard and that, I am at about $330 for this. Still basically enough to buy a decent desktop PC, but I am done with one purchase and can add additional POE devices over the years without needing to buy more stuff.

In the end, I am good with it. Only problem is if this thing blows up after two years of service, fingers crossed!
I agree with everything you say. I'm in the same spot and have been waiting to get this on sale for a while. My biggest concern is that spending this amount on a switch for home use and then wondering if I would get any support on it if something went wrong. I read where Ubiquiti is getting more sensitive to their stuff purchased from non-certified resellers. I have purchased the rest of my Ubiquiti from B&H for this reason. I don't see Newegg on their list so was wondering about that. https://www.ubnt.com/distributors/
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