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Diago PS01 Powerstation Power Supply
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With 3000 MA, the Diago Powerstation is the ultimate pedal board power supply. It will power from 1 to 30 pedals without noise or hum. Diago's digita...Read More
Sleek-looking and made to power from 1 to 30 pedals without noise or hum.
With 3000 MA, the Diago Powerstation is the ultimate pedal board power supply. It will power from 1 to 30 pedals without noise or hum. Diago's digital switch mode technology makes it quiet, light, efficient and small, reliably powering your pedals so you can concentrate on making music. (Case not included, see our sku # H75202)
- Powers over 95% of pedals, up to 30 at a time.
- Automatically supplies correct power, up to 3,000mA, 10 times most power supplies
- It's quiet - uses studio-quality components for hum and noise-free operation.
- It's small - much like the power supply you'd get with a laptop.
- It's light - so it can be Velcroed down to your pedal board (Velcro supplied).
- It's highly efficient - so it doesn't get hot.
- Universal Input capability, works in any country.
- Design includes short circuit and voltage protection, so that you or your pedals wont fry
Stop relying on flaky batteries with this rock-solid power supply. Order today.
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Comments about Diago PS01 Powerstation Power Supply:
As a gigging guitarist I have different sized pedalboards to suit various gig, jamming and practice situations. On my larger board I use a Voodoo Labs Pedal Power 2 Plus that's mounted underneath but couldn't find a brick type power supply that was small enough to mount underneath my smaller Pedaltrain Nano and Metro boards, which only have 1.4" clearance from the floor.
The Diago PS01 is the only power supply I've found (other than a rechargeable lithium battery type supply), that is thin enough (approx. 1.1" tall) to be mounted under my small Pedaltrain boards, and it's light enough to be securely attached with velcro.
While I initially bought the PS01 for its size, I've also found it to be reliable, quiet, and cool running (the transformer doesn't get hot). The brick and supplied cables are solid, and it easily powers all of my 9v pedals. I also like that the power cord is separate from the transformer and that the gauge used on the power cord seems to provide better protection, shielding and durability than what you'd get with a wall wart type supply. And finally, the transformer has a power indicator light. Not a big deal but if you mount the PS01 face up under your Pedaltrain board, you'll get to see the power indicator light I've found it to be handy to actually know whether you have power running to your pedals.
Yes, it's much more expensive than something like a One Spot and maybe overkill for a small board. But the ability to mount the power supply under my small boards was just a major plus for me and the reliability and build quality of the PS01 turned out to be more than I initially bargained for. I bought my first Diago PS01 over 2 years ago, used it heavily... and it still works great, so I just recently bought another for my new Metro 18 board.