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    Video power supply 3025e

    I have a 2017 3025e. I am installing a video camera and monitor. The camera is powered from the monitor.
    The camera will be on the Tractor Caddy mounted on the roll bar. The monitor will hang from the square tube that supports the canopy above the steering wheel. I am looking for suggestions on where to get the power supply. I want it to be turned on and off with the key. Thanks for your suggestions in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Safety Dave View Post
    I have a 2017 3025e. I am installing a video camera and monitor. The camera is powered from the monitor.
    The camera will be on the Tractor Caddy mounted on the roll bar. The monitor will hang from the square tube that supports the canopy above the steering wheel. I am looking for suggestions on where to get the power supply. I want it to be turned on and off with the key. Thanks for your suggestions in advance.
    I don't know what kind of power your camera and monitor will pull but I always prefer running through a relay rather than piggy backing on something else. You can piggy back off a switched circuit to trigger the relay as that won't add much of a load to it but I always carry the load for the accessory right off the battery with properly sized wire which is fused.

    This is how I wire all the accessories on my motorcycles and I run a ton of non OEM stuff. 3 GPS units, Cell phone and tablet charger, multiple lights (Fog and Driving), multiple radios, ports for heated gear, heated grips, aftermarket cruise control and probably a bunch of stuff I am forgetting.


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    Current draw is less that 2 amps, wiring harness for the unit has a 2 amp fuse to protect both units.
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