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what is the difference between NBPD160 and NBPD160A?

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what is the difference between NBPD160 and NBPD160A?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Erick Miguel Soto del Jesús on 2018-08-01


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Re: what is the difference between NBPD160 and NBPD160A?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2018-08-01


Hi Erick,

 

The NBPD0160A is simply the next hardware revision of the NBPD0160. It has a slightly different imager chip and requires the most recent firmware on the NetBotz appliance to detect / work correctly. Please note there is also a NetBotz 355A and 455A as well with the difference again being the imager chip.

 

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Re: what is the difference between NBPD160 and NBPD160A?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Valentin Kozlov on 2018-08-02


Does it mean that we will have better images from camera? )

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Re: what is the difference between NBPD160 and NBPD160A?

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Hi Valentin,

 

The camera images should be about the same, the older chip has simply going end of life.

 

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