PedalCurrent draw
Toneprint series
Alter Ego V2 Vintage Echo100 mA max
Alter Ego X4 Vintage Echo300 mA max
Arena Reverb100 mA max
Bonafide Buffer40 mA max
Brainwaves Pitch Shifter100 mA max
Corona Chorus75 mA
Corona Mini Chorus68 mA
Dark Matter Distortion19 mA
Ditto Looper76 mA
Ditto + Looper100 mA max
Ditto Mic LooperThe supplied psu is stated as 12vDC/400mA, while the stated 5.6w power consumption actually comes out to 466mA. So use the TC adapter, or plan on feeding it 12vDC, at least 500mA.
Ditto Stereo Looper100 mA max
Ditto X2 Looper100 mA max
Ditto Jam X2 Looper150 mA max
Ditto X4 Looper300 mA max
Dreamscape? (probably 100mA max)
Flashback Delay86 mA
Flashback 2 Delay85 mA (I have received one report of issues powering the FB2 in ”Crystal” mode from a 100mA output. Either that particular power supply couldn’t actually provide 100mA at proper voltage, or that mode has a higher than expected current draw.)
Flashback Mini85 mA
Flashback Mini 2100 mA max
Flashback Triple Delay300 mA
Flashback X4 Delay250 mA max
Hall of Fame Reverb90 mA
Hall of Fame 2 Reverb87 mA
Hall of Fame Mini, Mini 274 mA
Hall of Fame 2 X4 Reverb300 mA (minimum power supply capacity)
Helix Phaser100 mA max
HyperGravity Compressor79 mA
Infinite Sample Sustainer100 mA max
Mimiq Doubler100 mA max (although the manual also recommends a 300+ mA adapter)
MojoMojo Overdrive16 mA
Pipeline Tap Tremolo100 mA max
Plethora X39vDC, 600 mA power supply
Plethora X59vDC, 600 mA power supply
Polytune46 mA (60 mA during startup sequence, 0.4-0.6 mA in bypass)*
Polytune 344 mA (likely higher during startup, don’t know about bypass)
Polytune Mini44 mA (15 mA in bypass)
Polytune 3 Mini100 mA max
Quintessence Harmonizer100 mA max
Röttweiler Distortion16 mA
Sentry Noise Gate100 mA max
Shaker Vibrato100 mA max
Shaker Mini Vibrato100 mA max
Spark Booster16 mA
Spark Mini Booster40 mA max
Spectracomp Bass Compressor100 mA max
Spectradrive Bass Preamp & Line Driver250 mA max
Sub ’N’ Up Octaver113 mA (”100 mA max” stated)
Sub ’N’ Up Mini Octaver77 mA
T2 Reverb100 mA max
Viscous Vibe100 mA max
Vortex Flanger80 mA
Vortex Mini Flanger100 mA max
Wiretap Riff Recorder100 mA max

”Smorgasbord of tone” / Analog Armada / Sonic Specialist series
3rd Dimension Chorus25 mA
Afterglow Chorus14 mA
Blood Moon Phaser<5 mA (previous measurement: 18 mA)
Bucket Brigade Analog Delay40 mA
Choka Tremolo10 mA
Cinders Overdrive14 mA
Crescendo Auto Swell10 mA
Drip Spring Reverb100 mA
El Mocambo Overdrive10 mA
Echobrain Analog Delay< 25 mA
Eyemaster Metal Distortion10 mA
Fangs Metal Distortion8 mA
Flourescence Shimmer Reverb100 mA
Forcefield Compressor5 mA
Gauss Tape Echo100 mA
Grand Magus Distortion12 mA
Iron Curtain Noise Gate20 mA
Magus Pro40 mA
Nether Octaver10 mA
Rush Booster8 mA
Rusty Fuzz7 mA
Skysurfer Reverb (digital)100 mA
Tailspin Vibrato11 mA
The Prophet Digital Delay< 100 mA
Thunderstorm Flanger14 mA
Tube Pilot Overdrive400 mA (from the Quick Start guide – the website says 300 mA, so YMMV)
Vibraclone Rotary100 mA
Zeus Drive<5 mA

Ampworx series
Combo Deluxe ’65, DC30, Dual Wreck, Jims45, Jims800, V550300 mA (minimum adapter capacity)

Nova series
Nova Delay, ND-112vDC, 300 mA
Nova Drive12vDC, 380 mA
Nova Modulator12vDC, 300 mA
Nova Repeater12vDC, 300 mA
Nova Reverb12vDC, 300 mA

Original pedals
Booster + Linedriver Distortion<5 mA
Integrated Preamp2 mA (max)
Sustain + Parametric Equalizer7 mA
XII Phaser9 mA

Classic and Vintage series, modern old-style pedals etc
Classic Booster + Distortion20 mA (stated)
Classic Sustain + Parametric Equalizer20 mA (stated)
Classic TCXII Phaser20 mA (stated)
Stereo Chorus/Flanger Gold9vDC, 150 mA
Vintage Bass Distortion20 mA (stated)
Vintage Compressor20 mA (stated)
Vintage Delay12vDC, 300 mA (stated)
Vintage Distortion20 mA (stated)
Vintage Dual Distortion20 mA (stated)
Vintage Octa Screamer30 mA (stated)
Vintage Overdrive20 mA (stated)
Vintage Tremolo20 mA (stated)
Vintage Tube Primer20 mA (stated)
VPD-1 Vintage Pre Drive120 mA (stated)

2290P Dynamic Digital Delay250 mA
Bodyrez Acoustic Pickup Enhancer100 mA max
Impulse IR Loader100 mA max
June-60 V2100 mA max

* Note: Unlike most pedals, the Polytune (at least the original version – I haven’t checked v2 and 3 yet) does not cut the battery out when a plug is inserted in the adapter jack. The pedal switches to the adapter input when voltage is applied there, and when voltage there is lost, the pedal reverts to battery power. Now, while the current draw in bypass is tiny (less than 1 mA), it will eventually drain the battery unless the input jack is unplugged. This is of course relevant if you have the Polytune (v1) mounted to a pedalboard, and have the input cable constantly connected.

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