PedalCurrent drawVoltage info
Black Magic MkII58 mA @ 9vDC9-12vDC
Constellation OC41, OC45, CV70035-6 mA9vDC only, standard center negative
Positive ground – requires separate/isolated power source
Crossfire83 mA9vDC only
Cyclone45 mA @ 9vDC9-12vDC
Falcon40 mA9vDC only
Killer V45 mA9vDC only
Limelight7 mA9vDC only, standard center negative
Positive ground – requires separate/isolated power source
Memphis17 mA9vDC only
Phi (Golden Ratio) v250/80 mA9vDC only
The two mA figures are with the internal voltage set to 9 and 18v, respectively. Input voltage should never go above 9 volts!
Planet B Plus76 mA9vDC only
Sidekick230 mA @ 9vDC9-12vDC
Space Charged430 mA9vDC only (power supply comes with pedal)
Splash115 mA9vDC
Stardust v349 mA9vDC only
Starlight1.8 mA9vDC only
Super Conductor67 mA9vDC only
TI:ME84 mA @ 9vDC9-12vDC
Unobtanium83 mA9vDC only
White Whale130 mA9vDC only
Ziggy v259 mA9vDC only

Note: Many of these pedals feature internal voltage doubler circuitry (in some cases selectable, but most often not), which is why it is critical to never feed them more than 9 volts DC. A handful have a stated input voltage range of 9-12vDC, while a couple don’t specifically say to never go above 9vDC, but mention 12vDC and above as potentially damaging. So I’d stick to 9vDC for all Crazy Tube Circuits pedals, and just enjoy them!


Chase Bliss
Cusack Music