Don't you hate it

pal251

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I was at a property that's about 90 miles one way from my home base on Tuesday.

I had to replace the camera at the front desk which required removing the dc power plug so in order to be safe and not blow a fuse I unplugged both power supplies for the 25 or so analog cameras. Well got camera installed and turns out only one power supply came back on. Arg

I think it's a Ic realtime or Dahua power supply. Do those have a fuse for the entire unit or just the single fuses for each channel.

Turns out the previous guy liked to double up on each channel so many of the outputs have two cameras on it. That may be ok, but I'm not pleased with it.

Of course I had no power supply to fix it but I'll be replacing it first thing in morning
Ps the other camera looks great :)
 

vector18

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It most likely has one main fuse. And I have seen the ICrealtime power supplies stop working and you jiggle the fuse and it comes back on. They are crap. If your replacing it, make sure you get one with thermal fuses, not the old glass ones.
 
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