FS/FT: ES-48-500w (48x1G+2x10G) & XG2600 (26x10G)

NSKA

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Hello,

I have a Ubiquiti ES 48 500w switch with 48 1G ports and 2 1G SFP and 2 10G SFP+. I also have a Fujitsu XG2600 with 26 SFP+. I am looking to sell or trade. ES-48-500w for 650. XG2600 for 400. Or trade for a US-48-500w or US-16-XG.

Please PM if interested.

Nils
 

NSKA

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That Fujitsu XG2600 sounds like a piece of high quality equipment...
Yes it is, none of that Quanta garbage. Sparkling clean with dual PSUs and dual Fans all hot swappable.
 

BLinux

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Yes it is, none of that Quanta garbage. Sparkling clean with dual PSUs and dual Fans all hot swappable.
I've heard that they are actually made in Japan. The fact that Fujitsu decided to manufacture it in their homeland instead of cheap labor in China usually means they were proud of their work.
 

NSKA

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I've heard that they are actually made in Japan. The fact that Fujitsu decided to manufacture it in their homeland instead of cheap labor in China usually means they were proud of their work.
100% right. People would rather save a couple hundred and buy the cheap quanta shit though
 

Jeff Robertson

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Any power numbers on the fujitsu switch? Do you know if you could swap the fans to something like a 40mm noctua to reduce noise? I happen to have an extra us-16-xg (only powered on once to test) but it is going in a bedroom so noise and power are a big concern...
 

NSKA

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All 26 SFP+ ports in and maxed is less than 130w. Fairly quite for an aggregation switch. The fans are in little cartridge/sliders so you can adjust to whatever you want, just needs to have the normal 4 pin and be the same size and you can slide it back in like a modular fan.
 

NSKA

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I am not home but probably ~60db range. I do not have any SFPs, the Fujitsu's are EXTREMELY compatible, have had great success with all transceivers and