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 Post subject: Diezel Pedals Power Draw
PostPosted: Fri, Apr 20, 2018 8:33am 
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Should be a simple enough question. I’ve got the VH4-2 pedal and I absolutely love it! Diezel really outdid themselves with this, but I’m curious about the power draw from it. I’ve got a Cioks DC10 on my board and I was wondering which outlet I should put it in. For the 12v outlets I’ve got the choice between 200mA and 400mA. I wouldn’t expect the VH4-2 to draw that much power but I couldn’t find the draw anywhere, I know the power supply that came with the pedal can handle 1500mA, but I don’t think a pedal has been built that will draw that much power.

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PostPosted: Sat, Apr 21, 2018 2:48am 
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200 mA will fit


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PostPosted: Mon, May 21, 2018 7:19pm 
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Oh perfect, my power supply that came with pedal got copper exposed and was getting major bad humming. So been having the hardest time trying to find a replacement power supply of same specs...Cool, I got plenty of 12v 200mA options lying around the shop! Thanks!


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