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Modular Pedalboard Power Harness System – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

Modular Pedalboard Power Harness System – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

(20 customer reviews)

$30.00

Available: In Stock

If you want a toggle switch to turn the board on and off without removing the power cable, make your mark here!

Do you want our sweet indicator lamp assembly on your harness?

Choose the connection here that fits your power supply.

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Modular Pedalboard Power Harness System

  • The IEC Inlet is rated for 110-250 Volts so this is compatible world wide

Never worry about switching pedal power devices, again!  Our innovative Modular Pedalboard Power Harness System is super easy to install & designed for maximum flexibility. The system allows you to easily and quickly swap out the pigtail interface to satisfy whatever type of power requirement your pedalboard and/or pedal powering device(s) may require! The pigtail connects via the Deutsch Connector system; a world renown connector brand known for safe and reliable connections in the roughest of environments!

The base system is a permanent installation including:

  1. IEC 5-15 Power Inlet
  2. (Optional) Carling master ON/Off toggle switch
  3. (Optional) 110-120Volt Fender style jewel lamp assembly with LED bulb and your color choice of lens (Red, Blue, Green, Amber)

The pigtail harness portion of the system is fully modular:

  1. Choose which power supply pigtail assembly fits your pedal power device(s)
  2. More then 1 pigtail can be attached via Y-Split for multiple power supply/device hookups. Power a device using a C13 inlet like Voodoo Lab, Strymon or True Tone and simultaneously power a device like the MXR DC Brick that utilizes a completely different 5-15P inlet option.

Need the pigtail only? Need a Y Splitter to power more then one device?

  • Includes all mounting hardware
  • Grab an IEC Power Cable to go from your wall to the board, offered at different lengths!
  • Instructions Written and Video Located on our Download Page

Weight 0.5 lbs

20 reviews for Modular Pedalboard Power Harness System – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

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Robert Furia

Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

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Robert Furia

Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

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Robert Furia

Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

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Robert Furia

Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

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Robert Furia

Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

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Glenn Bell

I was called and notified that the 3 port surge protector is no longer available. This customer service is what encourages me to purchase again. Plus free picks!

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joseph coloroso

I think it came out great. I appreciate all your guidance.

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joseph coloroso

I think it came out great. I appreciate all your guidance.

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joseph coloroso

I think it came out great. I appreciate all your guidance.

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  1. 5 out of 5
    Tim
    Tim
  2. 5 out of 5

    Started with this wiring unit, then added jacks & wiring necessary for the build I had in mind for an acoustic board. Took a while to complete while I was waiting on the Radial pre-amp, but everything turned out great. The West Coast pedalboard DIY components perform perfectly and their installation videos & instructions are excellent.

    Robert Furia
    Robert Furia
  3. 5 out of 5

    I was called and notified that the 3 port surge protector is no longer available. This customer service is what encourages me to purchase again. Plus free picks!

    Glenn Bell
    Glenn Bell
  4. 5 out of 5

    I think it came out great. I appreciate all your guidance.

    joseph coloroso
    joseph coloroso
  5. 5 out of 5
    Nathan Catledge
    Nathan Catledge

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