C S Power Supply and I.T.E. Power Supply (Difference) for Surveillance
Posted 17 October 2020 - 09:43 AM
Posted 18 October 2020 - 01:24 PM
Looks like it should work. All the DVR cares about is the output 12 V 2 A (and that the connector and polarity are the same. The ITE claims to be more efficient which may account for the fact its input current rating is lower than the CS. The thing we can't see from the ratings is the quality of the DC output. Is it smooth and ripple free? No way to tell. But it should not hurt to try it.
Have you asked the tech support at CS? https://support.nigh...es/360041113333
Did you buy your spare from CS or a third party?
Posted 18 October 2020 - 10:55 PM
The connector and polarity are the same (center positive, outer negative). I had not even thought of asking Night Owl. And, I purchased it from a "Best Buy" web site, (Not sure they are third party).
Thank you RKinner for your help, and quick reply....this site is awesome!
(I recommend it highly to everyone that needs help with their electronics).
Posted 03 December 2020 - 03:51 AM
I have run into the issue that although the Power Supply works to run the DVR and record. The Power Supply won't allow me to review playback in normal, 2x, 4x, 8x, or 16x speed to review footage, the DVR just freezes and powers off. I'm just going to search for a proper Power Supply and use this one until I get one.
Posted 06 August 2021 - 10:14 AM
Hi...With the iFi DC control supplies, you've got to take care with the amp rating. It’s Alright for a control supply to have the next amp rating than your gadget. But it cannot have a lower amp esteem. The same is genuine for the wattage. The 12 volt iFi control supply as it were handles 1.8 amps. Numerous of the cable modems and switches require more than 1.8 amps. That’s why the Waveform Lighting control supply worked so well for me. I fair requested another one nowadays.
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