What to do with High Output 9v on ISO-5?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Squawk, Apr 2, 2014.


  1. Squawk

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    I was just wondering what pedals will work or need the high output 9v on the Power Pedal ISO-5?
  2. mmbongo

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    Any 9v pedal that does not need more than 400ma :)

    You can also run a bunch of daisy chained pedals that don't exceed 400ma.
  3. Squawk

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    Maybe. I have all other outputs matched to a pedal either on the pedalboard or going on the pedal board. But Output Jack #4 (9v 300ma) is lonely. Just wondering what I can safely plug into it. Besides the Boss Twin pedals mentioned in the User Manual of the ISO-5.:meh:
  4. lowfreq33

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    It won't hurt anything. The 300mA is the max draw. It doesn't push 300mA, the device pulls what it needs and that's all.
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  6. Squawk

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    And what pedals might those be? :confused:

    Or can I plug any run of the mill 9v pedal into it without worrying about damaging the pedal?
  7. Squawk

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    Thats what I needed to hear. Thanks a bunch.

    and I just looked at the manual and saw that. Sorry for the bonehead move.:oops:

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