12V DC Power Distribution Box with Circulation Window, 9 Ports, 10 Amps, PTC Fuses, UL / cUL

PI Part #: PIDB-12VDC-9B

12V DC Power Distribution Box with Circulation Window, 9 Ports, 10 Amps, PTC Fuses, UL / cUL

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  • 12V DC 10A power supply
  • 9 ports provided
  • PTC fuses to prevent replacing burnt fuses
  • Built-in circulation window with heat sensor
  • Punch-out holes for cable access

Our Price: $42.00

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12V DC Power Distribution Box with Circulation Window, 9 Ports, 10 Amps, PTC Fuses, UL / cUL

The 12VDC power distribution box powers up to 9 of your 12 volt DC devices. Each of the 9 power outputs includes its own individual polyfuse and LED light for monitoring the power status. The power distribution box also comes with a circulation window that provides passive and silent cooling for efficient operation. A 80mm fan (sold separately) can also be installed for extra cooling. A heat sensor is built into the power supply to automatically activate the fan when the temperature rises above a certain temperature to keep the power distribution box from overheating. Dependable, simple, and convenient, let PI Manufacturing keep your devices powered on and working great with our professional grade power distribution boxes.

This particular model is 12VDC 9 ports at 10A. For the 18 port 20A version, refer to PIDB-12VDC-18B.

  • 12 Volt DC 120V/240V switching power supply
  • Connect and power 9 devices simultaneously
  • Circulation window for any 80mm fan (12V, 0.13A)
  • Built in heat sensor to automatically activate the fan (sold separately) when the temperature reaches 80°C to keep power distribution box from overheating
  • UL / cUL recognized to meet safety requirements
  • Fan-less transformer to reduce noise
  • Each output comes with its own fuse and LED indicator
  • 10 Amps continuous current
  • 120 Watts total power output
  • 12V 2A per port, 10A total shared
  • Polyfuse:
    • 30V 2.5A
    • 9 polyfuses
  • Punch-out holes for allowing cable access are available on the following sides:
    • Top
    • Left Side
    • Right Side
    • Rear
  • Regulated
  • Measures 9 3/4" L x 3 3/4" D x 8 1/8" W
  • Beige housing
  • Heavy duty solid construction for installation in any environment
LED Power Status

A LED power status is included on each port indicating if power is being applied. If there is something wrong, such as an open fuse or another fault, the LED will not turn on.

PTC Fuse

Our fuse-free design prevents having to replace burned fuses. Instead, we utilize a resettable PTC fuse that reduces repair and service costs, while maintaining constant uptime.

12VDC at 10A Total Power

Regardless of how power hungry your cameras are, our power distribution boxes are able to supply enough power to support all of your cameras. Each port supplies 2A total for a total combined output of 10A. Powering your cameras just got easier.

Circulation Window

A circulation window provides passive cooling to the power distribution box. An optional 80mm cooling fan can be installed to provide extra cooling.

Built-in Heat Sensor

A built-in heat sensor automatically activates the fan when the temperature rises above 80°C. This allows quiet and cool operation wherever you're installing the unit.

Cable Access

Punch out holes located on the top, left, right, and the rear allow easy access for feeding wires.

UL / cUL Recognized

Our power distribution boxes are UL / cUL recognized, meeting strict requirements for safety.

UPC: 091324287253

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(California law requires this warning to be provided to California customers)

AC Input
Input Voltage120 ± 10% VAC
Input Frequency50/60 Hz.
Input Current8A RMS Max. for 120VAC
Inrush Current40A Max for 1 20VAC cold start
DC output
Voltage+12V DC
Tolerance± 5%
Each Port2.0A (2.5A Max) Resettable PPTC (Polyfuse)
Peak Current---
Ripple & Noise120mV
Line Regulation± 1%
Load Regulation± 5%
Total Output120W Max
Efficiency88% min under max range load
Rise Time20mS max
Hold Up TimeMin 10mS at full load and nominal input voltage (+12V)
Stability± 0.5% after 24 hours warm up
Overshoot10% max, above the nominal voltage
Leakage Current3.5mA max at 120VAC
Output Protection
Short-Circuit+12V Output equipped with short circuit protection
Overcurrent+12V Output 150% max.
Over Voltage+12V Output: 13.6V max.
Operating0°C to +40°C
Operating Humidity20% to 90%RH
Operating Altitudeto 10,000 ft
Storage Temperature-20°:C to +85°C
Storage Humidity10% to 95%RH
Storage Altitudeto 50,000 ft
CoolingNatural Draft
MTBF100k hours at max load, normal line and 25°C
Physical Dimensions210 (L) x 247 (W) x 90 (H)mm
AC ConnectorIEC 320 Type
DC Connectors Pitch: 8.25mm
Wire Range: 22-12AWG, 300V, 20A
Safety Standards
UL (UL1012) and cUL RatedYes
EMC Standards
Dielectric Withstand (Hi-Pot)
Input to Output1500VAC for 1 second
Input to Frame1500VAC for 1 second
Insulation Resistance
Input to Output500VDC / 50MΩ
Input to Frame500VDC / 50MΩ

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AVL CCTV on 2/24/2014

Finally - A quiet power supply!

So many clients have complained about the Camera power supply making noise. Thankfully this unit is quiet. I am also happy to see the PTC fuses instead of glass fuses.

Ask a Question.

This is the overload protection at work. Even though the total cameras are usually functioning correctly for your setup, if one of the cameras are overloading one of the ports, even if it may seem like its working, prolonged stress at the higher amperage for the port will shut off that port, along with all the other ports on the unit.
Once the power distribution box cools down, you may manually turn the unit back on again by toggling the switch back on.
No, the unit comes with a PTC fuse.
The power distribution box will shut down in order to protect itself and the devices plugged in. This is the overload protection at work.
During the night, the IR sensors for the cameras may have turned on, increasing the power needed by the camera. Subsequently, this may exceed the total current provided by the power distribution box. In cases like this, we recommend decreasing the cameras provided to operate within the current limits and purchasing an additional power supply to divide the power needed for the cameras.

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