Connecting to a 4 channel power box

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    Anonymous

    I have a four camera surveillance system. Each camera is powered by its own power adapter that is connected to each camera via the connecting cable four cables and four 12 volt AC/DC adapterswhat Id like to do is buy a four channel power supply box so that I can connect all four cameras to a single power supply. My question is, is there any kind of adapter that would allow me to use the cables that Im presently using and connect them to the multi-channel power supply without having to cut and strip the end of cable that connect to each power adaptor. As you know each cable comes with a male plug that connects into power adapters female connector. I do hope you understand my question. What do you recommend or suggest to accomplish this?.

    Thank you all

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    Mike Haldas
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    Manny,

    Yes, it is possible to use a multi-camera power supply box with pre-made Siamese coax cable that already has the male power plug end attached. You can simply attach PT-3 female power lead to the end of your existing cable.

    [img]http://a248.e.akamai.net/origin-cdn.volusion.com/not95.tcan2/v/vspfiles/photos/PT-3-1.jpg?1334944840[/img]

    This turns the 2.1mm plug into a positive and negative cable lead that can attach to the screw terminals of a power supply box for your security cameras.

    cctv-power-supply-box-dc.jpg

    Please let me know if you have additional questions about this.

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