Power splitters

0 products
Sort by:
Name A-Z

No products.


By supplying energy from one more powerful power supply to various devices, you need a reliable charging splitter. With it, you don't have to worry about providing an energy source for each of these devices. They can use the same while having overload protection. In the Wasserman store you will find efficient and trouble-free power connectors. What do they characterize and in which situations will they be most useful?

Power splitters - application

Chargers for the charger will most often be used for vision equipment. Each of the CCTV cameras can be connected to one power supply via a suitable terminal block. This also means a polymer fuse for each output. Thanks to this, you can control the camera status by observing at least the LEDs. If any of them are off, it means that the fuse has blown. When the cause of the overload ceases and the fuse temperature drops, it will return to its original state. The charging splitters available in the Wasserman store are easy to use thanks to the ease with which each output can be connected or disconnected. The power supply can be connected to these devices with both an insulated cable and a DC 2.1 / 5.5 mm plug.

High quality products

Power connectors available in the Wasserman offer are characterized by the use of high-quality components that translate into their strength and trouble-free operation. So you can trust them in distributing energy from a central point among many devices. In the case of monitoring systems of this type, the splitters also have an anti-tampering function. Each current path is protected separately, so it is not enough for a potential thief to cause a short circuit for only one camera. Thanks to the connector, such damage would not translate into a loss of power throughout the entire system. The articles can be mounted on the wall or on the mast. Importantly, they can also be connected in parallel, resulting in a greater number of outputs, but it is necessary to remember not to exceed the nominal power of the central power supply.