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menuUS-XG-6POE Quick Start Guide

Package Contents

UniFi Switch
Mount Brackets (Qty. 2)
Bracket Screws (Qty. 8)
Mounting Screws (Qty. 4)
Screw Anchors (Qty. 4)
Power Adapter
Power Cord
Cable Clip

System Requirements

Hardware Overview

System LED

Flashing White

Initializing.

Steady White

Factory defaults, waiting for adoption.

Alternating White/Blue

Device is busy; do not touch or unplug it. This usually indicates that a process such as a firmware upgrade is taking place.

Steady Blue

Successfully adopted by a network and working properly.

Flashing Blue

This is used to locate a device.

When you click Locate in the UniFi Controller software, the System LED will flash blue. The software will also display the location of the UniFi Switch on the map.

RJ45 PoE LED (Ports 1 - 4)

Off

PoE Disabled

White

802.3af/at/bt PoE

RJ45 Link/Speed/Activity LED (Ports 1 - 4)

Off

No Link

Green

Link Established at 1 Gbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

White

Link Established at 10 Gbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

SFP+ Link/Speed/Activity LED (Ports 5 - 6)

Off

No Link

Green

Link Established at 1 Gbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

White

Link Established at 10 Gbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

RJ45 Console Port

RJ45 serial console port for Command Line Interface (CLI) management. Use an RJ45-to-DB9, serial console cable, also known as a rollover cable, to connect the Console port to your computer. Then configure the following settings as needed:

  • Baud rate 115200
  • Data bits 8
  • Parity NONE
  • Stop bits 1
  • Flow control NONE

RJ45 (Ports 1 - 4)

RJ45 ports support 100 Mbps or 1/2.5/5/10 Gbps Ethernet connections and 802.3af/at/bt PoE output.

SFP+ (Ports 5 - 6)

Hot-swappable SFP+ ports support 1/10 Gbps connections.

USB Console Port

USB Type C console port for Command Line Interface (CLI) management.

Reset Button

This button serves two functions for the UniFi Switch:

  • Restart Press and release the Reset button quickly.
  • Restore to Factory Default Settings Press and hold the Reset button for more than five seconds.

DC Input

Optional DC input for connecting a stand-alone or redundant DC power source (not included) with minimum power: 40W, 44 to 57VDC.

Note: Ensure the polarity is correct: red is positive (+) and black is negative (-).

You can use the redundant DC power source as a hot spare; if there is no longer power through the Power port, the UniFi Switch will switch to the DC power source without interrupting its operation.

Power Port

Connect the included Power Adapter to the Power port.

Ground

Ancillary grounding point for enhanced ESD protection.

Hardware Installation

The UniFi Switch can be mounted on a horizontal or vertical surface.

WARNING: The US-XG-6POE must not be stacked. Do not place it on top of another switch. Do not place anything on top of the US-XG-6POE.

Grounding (Recommended)

The UniFi Switch is grounded through the Power Adapter; however, you can add optional ESD grounding for enhanced ESD protection.

Note: You also have the option to use the Cable Clip to secure the cord of the Power Adapter. For instructions, proceed to "Using the Cable Clip (Optional)".

Using the Cable Clip (Optional)

Connecting Power

You have two options:

Using the Power Adapter

Using the DC Input (Optional)

For stand-alone power or redundant backup, connect a DC power source to the UniFi Switch.

Note: Only one power source can be used at any one time. With both power sources connected, the input with the highest voltage will be used; the other power source defaults to backup.

Wire a DC/DC cable (not included) to the DC Input. Ensure the polarity is correct: red is positive (+) and black is negative (-).

Connecting Ethernet

Connecting SFP+

For information about compatible fiber SFP modules, visit: community.ubnt.com/unifi

Software Installation

Download and install the latest version of the UniFi Controller software at ui.com/download/unifi and follow the on-screen instructions.

Note: If you already have UniFi Controller v5.8.x or newer installed, skip to the section, "Adopting the UniFi Switch".

After you have installed the software and run the UniFi Installation Wizard, a login screen will appear for the UniFi Controller management interface. Enter the admin name and password that you created and click Sign In.

You can manage your network and view network statistics using the UniFi Controller management interface.

To adopt the UniFi Switch, proceed to the section, "Adopting the UniFi Switch".

For information on configuring and using the UniFi Controller software, refer to the User Guide on the website: ui.com/download/unifi

Adopting the UniFi Switch

  1. From the UniFi Controller dashboard, click Devices in the left menu bar.

  2. On the Devices screen, locate the UniFi Switch in the list of devices under the Model column. To adopt the UniFi Switch, click Adopt.

  3. The System LED on the UniFi Switch will turn blue to confirm that it has been successfully adopted.

Specifications

US-XG-6POE

Dimensions

165 x 268.1 x 31.8 mm
(6.50 x 10.56 x 1.25")

Weight

1.3 kg (2.87 lb)

Interfaces

Networking(4) 100 Mbps or 1/2.5/5/10G RJ45 Ports
(2) 1/10G SFP+ Ethernet Ports
ManagementEthernet In-Band
(1) RJ45 Serial Port Out-of-Band
(1) USB Type C Port Out-of-Band

Power Method

54VDC, 3.88A Power Adapter (Included)
or 44 to 57VDC, 5.56A DC Input with Terminal Block

Power Supply

External AC/DC Adapter (Included)
or
DC Power Source

Supported Voltage Range

44 to 57VDC

Max. Power Consumption
(Excluding PoE Output)

40W

LEDs

SystemStatus
RJ45 Data PortsPoE; Speed/Link/Activity
SFP+ Data PortsLink/Activity

ESD/EMP Protection

Air: ± 18 kV, Contact: ± 12 kV

Shock and Vibration

ETSI300-019-1.4 Standard

Operating Temperature

-5 to 45° C (23 to 113° F)

Operating Humidity

5 to 95% Noncondensing

Certifications

CE, FCC, IC

PoE

PoE Interfaces

PoE++ IEEE 802.3bt
(Pair A 1, 2+; 3, 6-) (Pair B 4 , 5+; 7, 8-)

Max. 802.3bt Wattage per Port by PSE

60W

Voltage Range 802.3af Mode

44-57V

Voltage Range 802.3at/bt Mode

50-57V