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Lock Power Supply - Alarm Lock Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
Alarm Lock’s line of advanced security power supplies and power accessories are specifically designed for access control, security, fire and CCTV applications. The company’s family of power supplies and power accessories include AC and DC power supplies for 4 to 16 cameras, high-current power supplies, timers, relay modules, chargers, distribution boards and access controllers.
The unit’s power supply is in a lockable heavy gauge metal enclosure with integral latch, transformer, and on/off switch. It uses 24 VAC individually fused outputs, with four, eight or 16 output configurations. All outlets surge protected, the device uses input and output LED indicators and maintains camera synchronization.
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