Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

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Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Trueman » Sat May 30, 2009 9:37 pm

List the Effects you power off the Pedal Power and how:

1) TC Electronics Nova Delay

Power Cable: http://www.t-rex-engineering.com/Defaul ... ID=PROD172
Outputs: 5+6
DIP Switch Non-Normal

2) Boss TU-2

Power Cable: PPBAR-R from http://www.voodoolab.com/cables.htm
Outputs: 1-8
DIP Switch Normal

3) Deluxe Memory Man

Power Cable: 18v/24v 5.5mm x 2.5mm - Reverse Polarity (straight) from http://www.voodoolab.com/cables.htm
Outputs: 1+2
DIP Switch Normal
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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Trueman » Sat May 30, 2009 11:29 pm

4) Line 6 DL4/MM4/FM4

Power Cable: 5.5mm x 2.5mm “Red” Barrel from http://www.voodoolab.com/cables.htm
Outputs: 5 or 6
DIP Switch Non-Normal
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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Trueman » Wed Jun 03, 2009 1:14 am

Bump. Comon guys post your pedals here. I believe this could be a very useful database.
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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by John01W » Fri Jun 12, 2009 12:31 pm

Ok 8-) In my list I kinda have to include other things that I power off of the PP2+ besides pedals.

Boss Dimension C DC-2:
Regular polarity black cable
output 1-8
Switch: Normal

MXR 74 HW Vintage Phase 90
No power jack on these:
Battery Tab power cable
output 1-8
Switch: Normal

80's Ibanez/Maxon CS-9:
Can power through the jack, but I use the bat. tab
Battery Tab power cable
outputs 1-8
Switch: Normal

Vintage MXR AC corded Flanger:
Courtesy Outlet(get a nasty ground loop here though)

Others:

Axess Electronics GRX4 router/switcher:
Regular polarity black cable
output 1-8
Switch Normal

Sound Sculpture ABCadabra midi loop/ a/b/y:
Reverse Polarity white end cable
output 1-8
Switch Normal.

Testing and will update:
Midiman thru 3x8
line 6 red tip cable
output 5/6

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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Trueman » Fri Jun 12, 2009 4:37 pm

Nice stuff! Thanks for contributing
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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by poulciok » Sat Jun 13, 2009 7:58 am

Hello,

As a manufacturer of power supplies I have a database with more than 600 pedals I have measured with information about the stated nominal voltage, stated curent draw according to the manual or specifications, the actual measured current draw both in stand-by and activated mode and the type of plug needed to power the pedal. Please e-mail me your list of pedals and I'll return the information you need.

Poul Ciok

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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by ak47 » Sat Jun 13, 2009 9:38 am

Poul... you beat me to it! I think it is fantastic that you guys are willing to share around info like this as you are 'rival companies'...

Yes, the 'Cioks Current Comsumption Table' is a very useful document which I have consulted many times... here is the actual link:

http://cioks.com/media/current_consumption_table.pdf

poulciok

Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by poulciok » Sat Jun 13, 2009 3:07 pm

The online published version of CCT is quite old. I stopped updating it online in 2004 and now I'm only updating the one on my laptop. Healthy competition is good and for you customers out there it's the best natural mechanism, which with time gets you better and better products. We at CIOKS only do power supplies and in few days you'll see a forum treating the subject of powering effect pedals on our web site as well.

Poul Ciok

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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Josh Fiden » Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:31 am

poulciok wrote:The online published version of CCT is quite old. I stopped updating it online in 2004 and now I'm only updating the one on my laptop...

Poul Ciok

So you're not interested in 'sharing' information at all. It looks like your interest is getting a little free advertisement on the Voodoo Lab website!

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Re: Database of Effects Pedals that Pedal Power operates:

Post by Mark V » Tue Jun 16, 2009 11:10 am

None of the pedals I own are on that list. :?

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