Alarm Power Supplies

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  • Power Supply/Charger 6-12-24VDC

    Model SMP5 power supply converts low voltage AC input, to a 6VDC, 12VDC or 24VDC @ 4 amp of continuous supply current output. Dimensions (approximate): 3.5 H x 2.75 Learn More
    $46.00

  • Power Supply/Charger 6-12VDC @ 1.2AMPS

    Model AL624 power supply converts a low voltage AC input to a 1.2 amp of continuous supply current @ 6VDC or 12VDC or .75 amp of continuous supply current @ 24VDC. Model DP Learn More
    $14.00

  • Power Supply/Charger 12VDC @ 10amp

    Model SMP10C12X power supply converts a 115VAC 50/60Hz input, to a 12VDC @ 10 amp of continuous supply current output. Model SMP10PMC12X is a supervised version of this uni Learn More
    $221.90

  • Power Supply/Charger

    Model AL300ULB power supply converts a 28VAC/100VA, input, to a 2.5 amp of continuous supply current @ 12VDC or 24VDC. Class 2 Rated power limited output. Dimensions Learn More
    $77.00

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Alarm Power Supply and Security System Transformers

It can be said that a home alarm system is only as reliable as its power supply. Whether installing a hardwired alarm system or a wireless one, the energy source powering the system is as crucial as the system itself. Here we offer a variety of options for you to choose from in order to assure that your home alarm system is adequately powered at all times.

Depending upon the type of alarm system installed at your home, a transformer or batteries may be needed. Some homeowners even prefer a combination of both of these. For example, since wireless home alarm systems do not require any special wiring or a hardwired electrical connection, these systems can operate on batteries alone. A transformer can still be used, however, in order to provide power to the control panel where the keypad and siren are housed.

A hardwired home alarm system, on the other hand, relies primarily on the home’s electricity. This is because all of the alarm’s components-- sensors, siren, keypad, etc.-- are literally hardwired to the system’s master control panel, which uses switching circuitry. As such, each component is powered by, and connected to, the house’s electricity. Still, a backup battery system can (and should) be used with a hardwired home alarm system so that it can serve as a secondary power source in the event of a power failure.

In this section, you’ll find that we offer a broad selection of various alarm power supply types. Name brands like Honeywell, Ademco, GE and more are all offered here. Our team of technical experts are also available to answer questions with regards to selecting the right power supply, as well as to help troubleshoot with installation challenges.

Alarm Power Supplies

Minimal Price: $11.50