How to use a PA-220R in a small office environment without DC power?

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How to use a PA-220R in a small office environment without DC power?

L1 Bithead

I recently purchased an additional PA-220 firewall for a new small office our company is connecting to other offices running PA-820 and PA-220 firewalls. I was surprised to find that the product I received is a PA-220R which requires DC power, and that the legacy PA-220 firewall I thought I was buying is End-Of-Sale. I requested an RMA from my reseller and a quote for a replacement current model, but I think I am stuck with the PA-220R. Is there any way to use it with normal household power. Perhaps there is a suitable power adapter?

 

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L1 Bithead

Palo Alto Tech support identified the AC power adapter for the PA-220R:

Palo Alto - power adapter - 60 Watt, MFG Part: PAN-PWR-60W-AC, CDW Part: 5648172
I was able to 2 of these in 2 months from CDW and our PA-220R is working perfectly. This information is not easily available on any website, so I am providing this information and photos to help anyone else with this issue.
 

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L1 Bithead

Just get a 2amp 12VDC adapter. It'll convert your typical household 120VAC(USA) to 12VDC. You probably have some adapters sitting around the house.

Thank you.

L1 Bithead

Palo Alto Tech support identified the AC power adapter for the PA-220R:

Palo Alto - power adapter - 60 Watt, MFG Part: PAN-PWR-60W-AC, CDW Part: 5648172
I was able to 2 of these in 2 months from CDW and our PA-220R is working perfectly. This information is not easily available on any website, so I am providing this information and photos to help anyone else with this issue.
 
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