Aruba JL683A Instant On
1930 24G 4SFP/SFP+ Switch
Aruba, JL683A, Instant On 1930, 24G, 4SFP/SFP+, Switch:
Seven Layer 2+ managed gigabit smart switches for high-performance connectivity.
Non-PoE and PoE Category 4 (or PoE+) models with 8, 24, and 48 ports for deployment flexibility.
1G/10G SFP+ ports on 24 and 48 fiber models.
Easily manage your network onsite or remotely with the Aruba Instant On Mobile app or cloud-based web portal.
Ability to manage keys through the local web interface.
Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The Aruba Instant On 1930 series switches are designed for small and growing businesses that need increased performance to support bandwidth-intensive applications. The Aruba Instant On 1930 Switch Series seamlessly integrates with existing indoor and outdoor access points and can be centrally managed onsite or remotely via the Instant On mobile app. Cloud-managed Layer 2+ Ethernet switches consist of 8-, 24-, and 48-port Gigabit Ethernet Category 4 models with PoE (PoE+) and non-PoE support; 8-port models have 1G SFP slots; / 10G SFP+ model. 24/48G model for fiber optic backhaul.
Simplify network deployment and management for small businesses
Aruba Instant On 1930 Series Switches are easy-to-use, plug-and-play options that can be deployed right out of the box.
This series offers a complete set of features for increasing the agility of small businesses. It consists of 7 models including 8G, 24G and 48G ports with or without PoE Category 4 (i.e. PoE+) support.
The 24-port and 48-port models have four slots for SFP/SFP+ transceivers supporting Gigabit or 10 Gigabit fiber speeds.
Aruba Instant On 1930 switches can be deployed with his two management modes: Instant On for cloud management (accessed via mobile app or web portal) and embedded web interface.
The Aruba Instant On 1930 Switch Series consists of seven switches in 8-, 24-, and 48-port configurations with a selection of non-PoE and PoE Class 4 (or PoE+) models offering Gigabit performance. 24- and 48-port models include SFP/SFP+ ports for reliable fiber and other communications over long distances.
Aruba Instant On is designed for indoor, outdoor, hotel, small office, and small office applications with features to meet virtually any need.
Learn more about sfp
SFP stands for Small Form-factor Pluggable. It is a type of transceiver that is used to connect network devices to fiber optic cables. SFP modules are hot-swappable, meaning that they can be inserted and removed from a network device without having to power it down.
SFP modules are available in a variety of different types, each of which is designed for a specific type of fiber optic cable and transmission distance. Some common types of SFP modules include:
- Gigabit Ethernet SFP modules: These modules are used to transmit Gigabit Ethernet traffic over fiber optic cables.
- 10 Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ modules: These modules are used to transmit 10 Gigabit Ethernet traffic over fiber optic cables.
- Fiber Channel SFP modules: These modules are used to transmit Fiber Channel traffic over fiber optic cables.
- ATM/SONET SFP modules: These modules are used to transmit ATM/SONET traffic over fiber optic cables.
- SDH SFP modules: These modules are used to transmit SDH traffic over fiber optic cables.
SFP modules are used in a variety of networking devices, including:
- Network switches
- Media converters
SFP modules offer a number of advantages over other types of transceivers, including:
- Small size: SFP modules are very small, which makes them ideal for use in high-density networking environments.
- Hot-swappable: SFP modules can be inserted and removed from a network device without having to power it down. This makes it easy to replace a failed SFP module without disrupting network traffic.
- Interoperability: SFP modules from different manufacturers are typically interoperable. This means that you can choose the SFP module that best meets your needs, regardless of the manufacturer of your network device.