PedalPower supply specs
BigSky9vDC, 300 mA
Blue Sky9vDC
V1: 250 mA, V2: 300 mA
Brigadier9vDC, 250 mA
Compadre9vDC, 150 mA
Deco9vDC
V1: 250 mA, V2: 300 mA
Dig9vDC, 250 mA
El Capistan9vDC
V1: 250 mA, V2: 300 mA
Flint9vDC
V1: 250 mA, V2: 300 mA
Iridium9vDC, 500 mA
Lex9vDC
V1: 250 mA, V2: 300 mA
Mobius9vDC, 300 mA
NightSky9vDC, 300 mA
OB.19vDC, 20 mA
Ola9vDC, 250 mA
Orbit9vDC, 250 mA
Riverside9vDC, 250 mA
Sunset9vDC, 250 mA (225 mA measured)
Timeline9vDC, 300 mA
Volante9vDC, 300 mA (255 mA measured)
Zelzah9vDC, 300 mA

Note: the above figures are from Strymon, and represent maximum input voltage and minimum supply current capacity. This means the actual current draw will be less than the stated figure (as can be seen with the couple of pedals that also have actual/measured figures listed). However, except for the OB.1 these are power-hungry devices which can vary their current draw quite a bit depending on what they do at the moment. I’ve chosen to list the requirements as described by Strymon, as they represent what the manufacturer guarantees will make them work under all possible circumstances.


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