DO YOU USE PEDALS THAT DON'T MATCH THE OUTPUTS OF YOUR POWER SUPPLY? WITH EBS NEW POWER ADAPTOR CABLES, THERE'S A WAY TO SOLVE MOST MATTERS.
It sucks when you realize your coolest vintage pedal or latest digital processor-driven unit can't be fed from your pedalboard power supply because they are thirstier or uses different power inputs than your power supply features. At worst, you may even skip bringing your favorite toys to avoid the hassle. However, with the new EBS adaptor cables, you can solve many of these issues easily and save the space that those extra power supplies may occupy.
Need to convert a 2.1 mm plug to 2.5 mm? No problem.
Need more current than you get from one output? No problem.
Need 18 or 24V DC power from 9 and 12V outputs? No problem.
You can even change the polarity from the common Center Negative to Center Positive using one of the new EBS adaptor cables.
Here's how you do it:
- To go from 2.1 to 2.5 mm, use the DC1-48 90/0 2.5 adaptor.
- Want to change the polarity? Use the DC1-48 90/0 RP adaptor.
- To increase the current, use the DC1-48 90/0 PAR and connect two outputs from your power supply. The total current will be the current from both outputs added together.*
- To increase the voltage, use the DC1-48 90/0 SER and connect two outputs from your power supply. The total voltage will be the voltage from both outputs added together.*
* IMPORTANT! Requires a power supply with isolated, floating outputs.
DC1-48 90/0 2.5, EBS DC Power Adaptor Cable - 2.1 to 2.5 mm Converter
DC1-48 90/0 RP, EBS DC Power Adaptor Cable - Polarity Converter
DC1-48 90/0 SER, EBS DC Power Adaptor Cable - Serial Connection to increase Voltage
DC1-48 90/0 PAR, EBS DC Adaptor Cable - Parallel Connection to increase the current