ISO 5 Help!

General discussion and tech talk about the industry standard Pedal Power line of power supplies.
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starfire
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ISO 5 Help!

Post by starfire » Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:25 pm

Hi all,

I'm new to the pedal world and trying to set up my bass pedals on a small Dingbat board with an IS0 5. I'm using the following:

Korg DT10 Tuner
Keeley Super Bass Compressor
Source Audio Aftershock Bass Distortion
Boss GEB-7 EQ
EH Bassballs

The Aftershock can be used 9V but requires a min of 150mA, so I'd like to put it in the high current 9V output. My question is this: can I put a regular 9V pedal (ie. the EQ) into the other (12v) side?

Thanks!

Rez
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Re: ISO 5 Help!

Post by Rez » Mon Sep 16, 2019 12:04 pm

In general, to avoid risk of damage, 9VDC pedals should be powered only with 9VDC (and not with, 12V or 18V).

Perhaps, use an Output Splitter Adapter, part# PPAV on one of the 9V outputs, to power a pair of 9V pedals (maybe use it on the 9V 400mA output, as it has the greatest current capacity to share).


Cheers!
Cheers,
Ben Resnick
Voodoo Lab - Tech Support

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