Need power supply for Loryta SD49425XB-HNR camera

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I just received the SD49425XB-HNR from Andy and did not receive a power supply. I think that Andy misunderstood that I was going to move my current Dahua cam to another location and install this camera where the Dahua was. Would someone that has this camera recommend the correct power supply and also the model of said p/s so that I can get it up and running? I will also need the weather proof junction box for mounting. Much appreciated. A big thanks to ANDY for shipping to the south east coast USA in just 6 days!!!
 

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I believe that is a POE (Power Over Ethernet) powered camera, and would not come with a PS. It does appear to take a lot of power, up to 21W, so some POE injectors wouldn't be able to run it with IR, you would need a POE+ rated unit, which are readily available. If you don't want to run it on POE, you would need a standalone PS rated at 12V, 3A. I don't have any recommendations for one though, as I generally go to my tub of old PS and find the proper rating and see if it fits when I need one. Yes, it is a damned tub sized pile of them I have collected over the years.
 

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POE cameras normally do not ship with a power supply. You can get one off of amazon for about $12, You need DC 12V/3A .

DC plug Φ5.5mmxΦ2.1mmx10mm (Φ0.22”xΦ0.08”x0.39”)

something like ( i have never used the 3A version)
Thanks @SouthernYankee , I was looking at some with specs like 12v 3 amp and have emailed Andy with the question but am aware that we are day vs night in time zones. My old Dahua has a AC 24 volt 3 amp powering it and was not just going to power the new cam with that and watching the smoke rise!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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I believe that is a POE (Power Over Ethernet) powered camera, and would not come with a PS. It does appear to take a lot of power, up to 21W, so some POE injectors wouldn't be able to run it with IR, you would need a POE+ rated unit, which are readily available. If you don't want to run it on POE, you would need a standalone PS rated at 12V, 3A. I don't have any recommendations for one though, as I generally go to my tub of old PS and find the proper rating and see if it fits when I need one. Yes, it is a damned tub sized pile of them I have collected over the years.
Thanks @TVille, I won't be using POE but will go with a ps instead. And I really thought that a ps would come with the cam but they are cheap vs the cam.
 
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