ARUBA JL681A INSTANT ON 1930
8G CLASS4 POE 2SFP 124W SWITCH
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.
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.
Simplify network deployment and management for small and medium-sized 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.
Protect your business with built-in security features:
The Aruba Instant On 1930 Switch Series supports energy efficient Ethernet for lower power consumption and an advanced feature set for more reliable operation.
Aruba Instant On 1930 Series Switches integrate seamlessly with existing indoor and outdoor access systems.
Automatic Denial of Service (DOS) monitors your network and protects it from malicious attacks.
Administrative security restricts access to critical configuration commands and provides multiple levels of password-protected privileges.
Aruba Instant On 1930 series switches offer advanced features including configuration options for VLANs, Link Aggregation, Spanning Tree Protocol, IEEE 802.1X access control and more.
8-, 24-, and 48-port configurations with a choice of PoE and Category 4 PoE models provide deployment flexibility to suit any small business environment. A Class 4 PoE option lets you power devices such as IP phones, security cameras, and access points without additional cabling.
24- and 48-port models include 1G/10G SFP+ ports for reliable fiber and other connectivity over long distances.
The Transformer Series comes with a limited lifetime warranty with 90 days, 24/7 phone support and live chat support for the entire warranty period.
Learn more about poe
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that allows Ethernet cables to carry both data and power over a single cable. This can be used to power a variety of devices, such as wireless access points, IP phones, and security cameras.
There are two main types of PoE:
- Standard PoE (IEEE 802.3af) can deliver up to 15.4 watts of power per port.
- PoE+ (IEEE 802.3at) can deliver up to 30 watts of power per port.
A newer type of PoE, called Ultra PoE, can deliver up to 60 watts of power per port. However, Ultra PoE is not yet widely supported.
PoE has a number of advantages over traditional power supplies:
- Reduced installation costs: PoE eliminates the need for separate power outlets for each device, which can save time and money on installation costs.
- Increased flexibility: PoE devices can be placed anywhere there is an Ethernet cable, which gives you more flexibility in where you can place your devices.
- Improved reliability: PoE devices are powered by the same source as your network equipment, so they are less likely to be affected by power outages.
PoE is a widely used technology in a variety of applications, including:
- Business networks: PoE is commonly used in business networks to power wireless access points, IP phones, and security cameras.
- Education: PoE is used in schools and universities to power laptops, tablets, and other devices in classrooms and libraries.
- Healthcare: PoE is used in hospitals and other healthcare facilities to power medical devices, such as patient monitoring systems and surgical equipment.
- Retail: PoE is used in retail stores to power point-of-sale systems, digital signage, and security cameras.
If you are considering using PoE in your network, there are a few things you need to keep in mind:
- Make sure your devices are PoE compatible. Not all devices support PoE, so it is important to check the specifications of your devices before purchasing them.
- Choose the right PoE switch. PoE switches come in a variety of different sizes and configurations. When choosing a switch, you need to make sure that it has enough PoE ports to power all of your devices and that it delivers the correct amount of power per port.
- Consider your cable needs. PoE can be used with standard Ethernet cables, but it is important to use high-quality cables to ensure reliable operation.