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Pigtronix launches Pigtronix Power

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AC Adapters for Pedal from Pigtronix .

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Pigtronix is now shipping its multi-voltage power supply, the Pigtronix Power.

Pigtronix Power is described as a robust analog power supply designed to provide quiet, stable power for guitar effects pedals. Each outlet is isolated from the others to prevent crosstalk or unwanted noise.
Features & specs include:
  • 2x 9V outlets @ 100mA
  • 2x variable (9V/12V/15V/18V) @ 100mA
  • 2x high current variable (9V/12V/15V/18V) @ 300mA
  • 2x high current 18V @ 300mA
  • Switchable for 115V or 230V wall voltage
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Courtesy AC outlet
  • Dimensions: 8 5/8" x 3 ¼" x 1 5/8"
  • Weight: 2lb, 7.3oz
Included accessories:
  • 5pcs of 2.1mm connector 12" cable
  • 5pcs of 2.1mm connector 24" cable
  • 2pcs of Daisy chain w/ 5x 2.1mm connector
  • 1pcs IEC wall plug

MSRP is $299.99. More details available at Pigtronix.com/products/pigpower/

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