Manuals How to Power -- Best practice power recommendations for Zmodo products.

Manuals How to Power -- Best practice power recommendations for Zmodo products.
Manuals
How to Power -- Best practice power
recommendations for Zmodo products.
**If you have any questions or concerns about powering your system that
are not resolved within this article, please contact Zmodo support by
phone before powering the product on. After a product has been powered
incorrectly even for a short time, the product may be damaged beyond
repair.**
General Best Practices for Power
Always use a single cable to span the entire distance from your power
supply to your camera.
Do not connect 2 cables together to form a longer cable.
Do not use extension cords or non-surge protecting power strips.
If you need to use a battery backup, ensure that it has a built in Automatic
Voltage Regulator (AVR).
Always connect your products to a surge protector to protect against surges,
spikes, or lightning strikes.
Be sure that all surge protectors have a light for power, and also a separate
light indicating that they are currently protecting against surges.
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Manuals
Best Practices for analog cameras purchased in kits.
(Examples of Kit Cameras)
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Manuals
The standard cameras sold with analog DVR kits are shipped with 60ft
cables that are 28AVG, and a 12V 1.5A power supply for every 4 cameras.
The kit provided power supply is sufficient only for that configuration.
If you need a longer cable, it will be purchased separately from the kit. Never
connect 2 cables together to form a longer cable.
If you decide to use longer cables longer than 60ft, then you will need to
also use a stonger power supply. If your cable length is between 60ft and
165ft, then we recommend using a 12V 3A power supply for 4 cameras.
We recommend against using power cables for these cameras that are in
excess of 165ft.
If you are using cameras purchased outside of a kit, we recommend
referencing the product specification for the power requirements. Failure
to power the cameras correctly will damage the cameras and will
also void the warranty.
Unique solution ID: #1377
Author: Patricia P
Last update: 2015-10-01 18:35
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