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NPD-9501A

The Bosch NPD-9501A Single-Port High PoE Midspan with AC Input (95W) supports high-power PoE/PoH and complies to both the IEEE 802.3af and the IEEE 802.3at standards. It allows you to mount the AUTODOME 7000 & MIC7000 Camera to a wall, shelf, bench, desktop, and to other units.

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