Power Supplies

Samsung PWR-24AC-50VA-UL 1-Camera 24VAC
Samsung PWR-24AC-50VA-UL
  • LED indicator supervises power
  • Single mode protection - hot to neutral
  • Primary termination - two (2) male blades
Samsung PWR-24AC-1-3-ULW 1-Camera 24VAC
Samsung PWR-24AC-1-3-ULW
  • 115VAC 50/60 HZ; 0.9 Amps input
  • One 24VAC individually fused output
  • 3 Amps 100 VA supply current at 70°F
Samsung PWR-24AC-4-4UL 4-Camera 24VAC 4A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-24AC-4-4UL
  • 5A Fuse
  • 115 VAC 50 / 60 Hz; 0.9 A input
  • Output
Samsung PWR-12DC-8-5 Analog Security Camera 12VDC 5A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-12DC-8-5
  • Convenient screw, terminal & fuse access
  • Eight 12VDC individually fused outputs
  • Separation panel between transformers & output access
Samsung PWR-12DC-4-5 Analog Camera 12VDC 5A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-12DC-4-5
  • Screw and terminal and fuse access
  • AC power LED indicator
  • Includes transformer and spare fuses
Samsung PWR-24AC-8-4UL 8-Camera 24VAC 4A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-24AC-8-4UL
  • Screw and terminal and fuse access
  • Individual LED's for each fused output
  • AC power LED indicator
Samsung PWR-24AC-8-7 8-Camera 24VAC 7.25A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-24AC-8-7
  • Screw and terminal and fuse access
  • Individual LED's for each fused output
  • AC power LED indicator
Altronix WAYPOINT10A AC Outdoor Power Supply - 24VAC and 28VAC (max current 3.5 amp)
Altronix WAYPOINT10A
Samsung PWR-12DC-16-10 Analog Camera 12VDC 10A Power Supply
Samsung PWR-12DC-16-10
  • Screw and terminal and fuse access
  • Individual LED's for each fused output
  • AC power LED indicator

Choosing a security camera power supply can be intimidating. Pick the wrong voltage and you risk frying the internal components of the camera. If the power supply doesn’t have enough amperage, it might cause the camera to power on and off repeatedly.

A camera which uses IR leds needs a greater amount of electricity than one which does not. Using the wrong power supply on a pan tilt zoom camera can even fry the motor! A security camera with a built in motor and a weak power supply might turn on but won’t rotate. These problems give homeowners and small businesses headaches.

Mission critical applications which lose a surveillance system to power can be devastating and expensive. At A1 Security Cameras, we consider every component when designing a security camera system. With a little research, our experts can help you pick the right power supply for your camera.

For more demanding applications like power plants entrances, power backups are necessary to give personnel time to respond loss of electricity occurs. To find a security cameras power requirements, visit the manufacturer’s page and download a specification sheet. If the spec sheet is unavailable, contact the manufacturer. There are a few things to look at when choosing a power supply. Voltage, amperage, and wattage are all determining what kind of power supply your camera needs.

Some security cameras use both 12 and 24 volts AC/DC making them favorites amongst installers and DIY’ers alike. Power supplies are either plugin transformer style a central distribution box for more than one camera. The plug in type is ideal for small systems or security cameras which have a power outlet close by. For a cleaner installation, users can install a centralized power supply box and distribute electricity to all the cameras from one location making it easy to manage.

A power supply can be the difference between a reliable security camera system and a an expensive paperweight. Let us help you decide which power supply is right for your camera.