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AC Adapters for Pedal from Eventide belonging to the Factor series

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Eventide has announced the availability of the PowerFactor.

PowerFactor has 10 regulated a DC outlets configured in 8 isolated sections. With a total of 1,600mA it is designed for bigger rigs only with pedals using a DC power source. Its three sections with 400mA each can power up to three Eventide stompboxes. The first 4 outlets, offering 4×100mA, are good for standard 9V battery operated pedals.

 

Specs

  • 10 outlets configured in 8 isolated sections
  • Toroidal transformer with additional magnetic field shielding
  • 3 DC sections for Eventide stompboxes
  • Short circuit protection of all outlets
  • Advanced LED monitoring of each section
  • Temperature monitoring
  • 115V/230V mains voltage selector switch
  • Mounting kit for pedal boards included
  • Steel enclosure with 2mm thick top
  • Size: 158×98×34mm (excl. rubber feet)
  • 5-year warranty

 

Pricing

$220

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