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menuUSP-RPS Quick Start Guide

Package Contents

UniFi SmartPower RPS
USP Cable
Rack-Mount Brackets (Qty. 2)
Bracket Screws (Qty. 8)
Mounting Screws (Qty. 4)
Cage Nuts (Qty. 4)
Power Cord
Rubber Feet (Qty. 4)

System Requirement

Hardware Overview

Touchscreen Display

Bootup Animation

Initializing.

Steady White

Factory defaults, waiting for adoption.

Steady Blue

Successfully adopted by a network and working properly.

Location Animation

This indicates that you clicked Locate in the UniFi Controller software. The software will also display the location of the device on the map.

RJ45 Speed/Link/Activity LED

Off

No Link

Green

Link Established at 10/100/1000 Mbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

LAN Port

The RJ45 port supports a 10/100/1000 Ethernet connection. Set to DHCP Client by default.

Reset Button

Resets to factory defaults. The device should be running after bootup is complete. Press and hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds until the display indicates that the device has reset itself. After a few seconds, the LED will turn off, and the device will automatically reboot.

USP RPS LED (Ports 1 - 6)

The LED lights up blue when there is an active power connection.

USP Connect DC Output (Ports 1 - 6)

Connect the included USP Cable to a UniFi device with a USP Connect DC input. (Additional USP cables are sold separately as model USP-Cable.)

Power Port

Connect the included Power Cord to the Power port.

Installation Requirements

Hardware Installation

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Connecting Power

Connecting the USP Cable

Some UniFi devices have a proprietary USP port that allows them to be connected using a Ubiquiti USP-Cable (sold separately).

  1. Note: The stop line should not be visible when the cable is completely plugged in.

  2. Note: The stop line should not be visible when the cable is completely plugged in.

Connecting to the LAN

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 v5.12.x or newer installed, skip to “Adopting the USP-RPS”.

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.

To adopt the UniFi Switch, proceed to “Adopting the USP-RPS”.

You can manage your network and view network statistics using the UniFi Network Controller management interface. For information on using the UniFi Network Controller software, refer to the User Guide located on our website at: ui.com/download/unifi

Adopting the USP-RPS

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

  2. On the Devices screen, locate the USP-RPS in the list of devices under the Model column. To adopt the USP-RPS, click Adopt.

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

Specifications

USP-RPS

Dimensions

442.40 x 325.60 x 43.70 mm

(17.42 x 12.82 x 1.72")

Weight

5.500 kg (12.13 lb)

With Mount Brackets5.590 kg (12.32 lb)

Interfaces

Networking(1) 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45 Port
ManagementEthernet In-Band
Power Output(6) RPS DC Ports

Max. Power Consumption

995W

Power Method

(1) Universal AC Input, 100 to 240VAC

Power Supply

Internal 350W AC/DC

Internal 645W AC/DC

Supported Voltage Range

100 - 240VAC

Display

1.3" Color Touch Panel

LED

SystemStatus
RJ45Link/Activity
USP RPSActivity

ESD/EMP Protection

Air: ± 16 kV, Contact: ± 12 kV

Shock and Vibration

ETSI300-019-1.4 Standard

Operating Temperature

-5 to 45° C (23 to 113° F)

Operating Humidity

10 to 90% Noncondensing

Certifications

CE, FCC, IC

RPS

Total Output Power

52VDC11.54A (600W)
11.5VDC30.44A (350W)

Max. Output Power per RPS Port

52VDC11.54A (600W)
11.5VDC30.44A (350W)