PedalCurrent draw
Vintage series
2Wah10 mA
Blue Ranger7 mA
Classic Chorus20 mA
Classic Flange25 mA
Classic Optical Compressor20 mA
Classic Optical Envelope14 mA
Dual Injection68 mA
Headroom10 mA
Purple Moon62 mA
Red Repeat40 mA
Surf Trem28 mA
TOD11 mA
Pro series
3 Band Parametric Preamp90 mA max*
AC Tone50 mA max*
Andy Timmons Signature Compressor/Limiter130 mA max
Bass Chorus130 mA max*
Bass Drivemains power
Boost Kick12 mA
Chorus XII90 mA max*
Crunch Drive12 mA
Compressor/Limiter90 mA max*
Contour & Boost90 mA max*
Delayla240 mA max*
Delayla XL150 mA max*
Echotone160 mA max*
Heavy Drive12 mA
Hot Drive 'n Boost (mk 1, 2 and 3)60 mA max*
Hydra Boost10 mA
Noise Terminator12 mA
PlexiTone60 mA max*
Plexitone Lo-gain62 mA max
Quattromains power
Rock Drive12 mA
Single Channel AC-Tone62 mA max
Single Channel PlexiTone62 mA max
The Fuzz150 mA max*
TremO'vibe200 mA max*
Two Faze90 mA max*
*Note: from january 2016, most of the Carl Martin Pro-Series pedals were changed from mains power to 9vDC. If yours (or the one you’re about to buy) is older than january 2016, be aware that it is mains powered. Please note that Carl Martin also lists a minimum current capacity figure for the power supply to use with each pedal, which is roughly 25-40% above the stated max current draw figure (e.g. 130mA minimum for a 90mA pedal). I have listed the stated max current draw figures, to stay consistent with the rest of the Power List, but it is always a good idea to make sure your supply has some capacity left.
Buff Deluxe12 mA
Match Box12 mA
Octa-Switch Mk2, Mk3380 mA max (500 mA recommended)
ParaLoop10 mA
Rock Bug25 mA
Route Box15 mA
Tuner80 mA