Question about Cameras
Check the input voltage number on the power supply. Many cameras take 110 - 240 volts. If that is the case you do not need an inverter ... if the input specifies a voltage such as 110 OR 220 then that is the voltage you must have from your inverter. If you are stepping all the way down to 12 volts then the output voltagefrom the inverter must match the input voltage for the camera. It is best to use a recepticle adapter for your power supply and make sure the power supply input and the external electrical supply match or the external supply is within the range specified on the power supply..
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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