Pedal Power Digital - Analog and Digital Devices?

General discussion and tech talk about the industry standard Pedal Power line of power supplies.
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planethood
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Pedal Power Digital - Analog and Digital Devices?

Post by planethood » Fri Feb 15, 2013 9:23 am

The Pedal Power Digital has 9v/12 outputs at 400ma each. I have the following items:
Strymon Timeline - 300ma @9v (negative tip)
Strymon Mobius - 300ma @9v (negative tip)
RJM Mini Mixer - 150ma @ 9v (negative tip)
Shure SLX Wireless Receiver - 150ma @ 12v (postitive tip)

Since all the outputs are isolated, does it matter if I am using (2) digital devices and (2) analog devices with this unit? Furthermore, does it matter if the Shure wireless is reversed polarity and running at 12 v while the others are center negative and running at 9v (I've wired the power cable properly for the reverse polarity device)?

I've hooked everything up and everything is working fine from a power standpoint. However, I'm disassembling my rig because of some ground hum and a few other issues and was just checking to see if it is fine to power all of these units with the Pedal Power Digital.

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Re: Pedal Power Digital - Analog and Digital Devices?

Post by JohnClark » Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:30 am

No problem at all to power those four devices with the Pedal Power Digital.
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planethood
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Re: Pedal Power Digital - Analog and Digital Devices?

Post by planethood » Fri Feb 15, 2013 10:31 am

Thank ya!

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