Donner DP-1 Guitar Pedal Power Supply 10 Isolated DC Output for 9V/12V/18V Effect Pedal

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Switch For LED Lights

Turn the switch towards those LED lights, normally all lights would go on after the power is connected. If you don't want all LED lights, please turn the switch back.


Independent and stable power supply

The power supplies of the Donner series of effects have absolutely independent power interfaces. It has an 18V power supply, and all outputs are independent of each other through its voltage regulator circuit. The aluminum alloy material is strong and compact and easy to carry.


Short-Circuit Protection

All 10 outputs in this unit have separate short-circuit protection, i.e. short circuit in one channel won't affect other channels' function. Under the circumstances of all LED lights on, LED light of the short-circuited channel will off, while lights in the other normal channels are still on. This helps locating the faults when there were short circuits among many effectors.

Donner Pedal Power Supply DP-1

Powers For 9V、12V or 18V Pedal.

Power: AC 100v-240V.

Input: DC 18V.

Output:

7 way 9V 100mA

1 way 9V 500mA

1 way 12V 100mA

1 way 18V 100mA

Specifications

  • Material: Aluminium Alloy
  • Light weight and portable
  • Dimension:150x50x30mm
  • Net weight: 196g
  • Color: black
  • Attention

    Incorrect polarity would damage this unit, please make sure correct positive and negative polar before wiring.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Question for the DP-2. How many amps is the provided ac adapter rated for? How many total amps can the unit supply? All 2.6 amps the outputs provide?

    Dear customer, thank you for your inquiry. please note that the total electric current of the connected pedal should be less than: 1400mA how to calculate this: the first seven pedal outputs: 100mA each, totally of 7 inputs is 100*7=700mA the eighth pedal output is 500mA the last two outputs are also 100mA relatively. totally 100*2=200mA so totally 700+500+200=1400mA To sum up all pedal electric current, it should be less than, 1400mA moreover, please ensure all the voltage of connected pedals is a suitable specific output the first eight pedal outputs: 9v the ninth is 12v the last one is 18v Hope the above helps.

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