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I need one more inexpensive camera, and I'm considering either the RLC-410 or the RLC-410W. The 410W model is actually less expensive right now, despite have the WiFi option (in addition to wired Ethernet).Otherwise the specs look nearly identical except for:RLC-410 Image Sensor 1/3" CMOS SensorRLC-410W Image Sensor 1/2.7" CMOS Sensorwhich I assume is just rounding, e.g. I'm guessing they're the exact same sensorand:RLC-410 Power Supply 12V DC or 48V PoE (802.3af)RLC-410W Power Supply DC12VDoes the 410W actually lack the 802.3af input? Or is that just an inadvertent omission? It would be most logical if the cameras were identical except for the WiFi addition, but I need to power this over 802.3af so I need to be sure. Thanks!source:https://reolink.com/files/docs/specs/RLC-410W-4MP-IP-Camera-Specifications.pdfhttps://reolink.com/files/docs/specs/RLC-410-4MP-IP-Camera-Specifications.pdf
Actually it looks like the image sensor difference might be a typo. The 5 MP sensor is taller, and should have the 1/2.7" sensor, whereas the 4 MP sensor should be 1/3.0". But my question about the power supply compatibility is the real question.
Hi Steven Kan, yes, we will check the size issue soon. For the power difference, the RLC-410 is a PoE camera and the 802.3af is a PoE port standard. But the RLC-410W is a WiFi camera, it doesn't support the PoE so no 802.3af compatible on it.
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