18 years ago
Apologies if this is the incorrect forum for this inquiry.
I have minimal electrical knowledge. I need to power three separate devices
from a single outlet. Two of these devices include 12V AC, 9.6VA 'power
bricks' and the third device includes a 12V DC 13VA 'power brick' however
the power requirements for the device is stated as 12-24V AC or DC, 13VA.
I have a single wall plate with a single outlet. Circuit is 20amps. I need
to power all these devices from that single wall plate, and do it neatly -
ie, without using a power strip. Cable run is about 30'. Replacing the wall
plate with a quad wall plate is not an option. My goal is to have every
device receiving power from a single cable run, a single power brick, of
My question is: the third device can also run off 12V AC power. Can I
purchase a 12V AC 'power brick' that can provide 32.2VA or more, and splice
it to power the three devices? If not, how else can I do this?
ANY tips on how I can do this neatly would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
for any help in advance.