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Pedalboard Electrical Harness with Pedal Power Device – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

Pedalboard Electrical Harness with Pedal Power Device – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

(28 customer reviews)

$17.75

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This simple and effective power harness gets the job done, easily!  Adding a power port to the side of your board is a must if you have a pedal power device mounted underneath.  This assembly features a very common 5-15 IEC connector or optional recessed male Edison plug on the exterior of the pedalboard with a 10-11″ C13 or C5 pigtail that will power many popular power supplies.

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Pedal Power Supply Harness

  • The IEC Inlet is rated for 110-250 Volts so this is compatible world wide
  • Can power any supply that accepts a standard computer cable interface for the power inlet. Strymon, True Tone and Walrus Audio come to mind!

Pedalboard power harness with power inlet and pedal power device pigtail.

  1. IEC 5-15 AC power inlet
  2. 10-11″ Power Supply Pigtail with IEC C13 (Voodoo Lab, Strymon, TrueTone + many more)
  3. Need to power a Cioks with the C5 inlet?
  4. Have a power supply that uses a standard wall wart adapter? If so, this will adapt all of our power harnesses to that inlet type easily!
  • Includes all mounting hardware
  • Instructions Located via Downloads

Weight 0.25 lbs

28 reviews for Pedalboard Electrical Harness with Pedal Power Device – 110 to 250 Volt World Compatible

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Hight quality and sturdy.

    James M.
    James M.
  2. 5 out of 5
    edward kendall
    edward kendall
  3. 5 out of 5
    Chuck
    Chuck
  4. 4 out of 5
    Placido R.
    Placido R.
  5. 5 out of 5
    Neil V.
    Neil V.

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