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I am one of the unfortunate owners of an Argus 1. It's battery sucking ways are to much for it to be of any use. It is still a decent PIR camera. I'd like to just hardwire it but cannot find any specs on it. It takes 4 CR123a which are 3v a piece. Based on the Argus 2 specs it appears to need 5v/2a. I am looking for the specs for the Argus 1 power requirements so I know what adapter I can use to hardwire it.
The 5v/2a USB charger can power on this camera, if the camera power on like that its not available to work outdoor, please note that.
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