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Pros: Has a separate fuse and led for each channel in case one is shorted, would be nice if it was locking but no big deal. Installed 11 cameras and 600 feet of rg59 between them all with the longest run over 90 feet and it works great.
Cons: Wish it was locking.
Other Thoughts: Saves me from having to use a bunch of adapters on a surge protector
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The bare minimum amperage
Pros: Clean cabinet, decent board layout.
Cons: Does not pump out enough amperage to operate cameras with 18 gauge power runs over 100 feet. Half of my runs are over 100 feet, and I get about 8.5 volts at 110 feet using LTS LTS05PCW3 siamese cable. Also, a detent on the door would help keep it closed during and out of the way during installation access.
Other Thoughts: Nice system for short cable runs. No power margin. Way underrated if you plan on running cables over 100 feet.
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“Has a separate fuse and led for each channel in case one is shorted, would be nice if it was locking but no big deal. Installed ...”— Azid 9/22/2010
“Does not pump out enough amperage to operate cameras with 18 gauge power runs over 100 feet. Half of my runs are over 100 ...”— CurlyG 11/8/2009