When operating the data recorder with power supplied either by a generator or a battery-backed inverter, carefully consider the waveform of the voltage supplied.
It is essential that the voltage provided is a “clean sinusoidal voltage”. Devices that deliver only a sinus-like output signal and particularly such with a square or trapezoidal output waveform are not suitable and can cause damage to the data recorder.
Furthermore, the acoustic noise radiated by the power supply device should be as low as possible.
The required output power can be determined by summing up the power consumption of the individual components (see list).
The camera has to be taken into account only when it is powered by the data recorder. Therefore, USB cameras can be neglected in the calculation. The power consumption of the remote controller RC110 is negligibly low (< 0.5 watts).