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We’ve been offering our Power-All Digital Power supply for over 6 years now, and during that time we’ve helped thousands of players power up their pedalboards successfully.  During this time we’ve come across a lot of interesting pedalboard configurations that required a little “something extra”- specific user-needs that were not being met by anyone in the market.

Never one to rest on our laurels, we set about to solve as many of these problems as possible, and thus Power-All Accessories were born.

From items as ingeniously simple as our Cable-Caps which cover unused power leads, to our new state-of-the-art Iso-Pump selectable-voltage converter, Power-All Accessories offer compact, affordable solutions to real-world pedalboard problems.

Does your pedalboard need something special?  Drop us a line and let us know!
 

ISO-PUMP VOLTAGE CONVERTER 

  • $30.00
ISO-PUMP VOLTAGE CONVERTER
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The Godlyke Iso-Pump Voltage Regulator Powers 12V, 18V, or 24V Guitar Pedals From Your 9V Power-All Guitar Effects Power Supply - Easily Power a Higher Volt Rated Guitar Pedal in Your Power-All Daisy Chain 

Not all effect pedals run off 9 volts, and for these oddball units there’s the Godlyke Iso-Pump Voltage Converter (formerly called the Godlyke Power Pump Voltage Converter). Designed to work specifically with the PA-9 Power-All, the Iso-Pump takes 9V DC and converts it to 12V, 18V, or 24V DC, selectable via an external switch. With the Godlyke Iso-Pump, pedals requiring 2 batteries, pedals with internal vacuum tubes, and many digital units can be powered directly off the PA-9 without the need for a separate power supply. The IP-1 can also be used to get more headroom out of certain overdrives. Best of all, the IP-1 features our proprietary “Ground Hound” ground isolation technology which allows use of pedals with opposing ground configurations to be powered off the same series power supply!

Tech Tip

You can daisy chain pedals off of the Iso-Pump, provided that you do not exceed the maximum current capability of the IP-1 at the given voltage.

Current capacity:


12 volts – 480 mA

18 volts – 320 mA
24 volts – 240 mA

So for example – if you had two 18-VDC pedals each pedal had a current draw of 150 mA, you could connect these two pedals to the output of the Iso-Pump (set at 18 VDC) using our Cable-Y splitter and you would be able to power both pedals off the single IP-1.

Compatible with:

Here's just a small sample of guitar pedals that require 12 volt, 18 volt, and 24 volt DC, which you can power with the  Iso-Pump and Power-All Digital Switching Power Supply, or other comparable power supplies: Boss Pedal with ACA Adapter, Danelectro, Cool Cat (original version), Demeter RRP Reverbulator (+ Power-All Cable-Red), Diamond Fireburst, Diamond Halo Chorus, Diamond Memory Lane, Diamond Phase, Diamond ST-MIX, Diamond Vibrato, Dunlop Cry Baby Slash Wah, Dunlop Univibe Rotating Speaker Effect, Guyatone Flip Series Tube Effects, Homebrew Frostbite Flanger, Ibanez AD80 Analog Delay, Ibanez CS505 Stereo Chorus, Korg KP1 / KP2 / KP3 KAOSS Pad, Maxon AD-900 Analog Delay (+ Power-All Cable-Red), MXR Bass Blow Torch, MXR EVH Flanger, MXR Kerry King 10 Band EQ, MXR M-108 Ten Band EQ, MXR M-117r Flanger, MXR Stereo Chorus, TC Electronics - All Nova Series Models, T-Rex Replica Delay, T-Rex Room-Mate Reverb, T-Rex Spin Doctor Distortion, T-Rex, T-Rex Squeezer Compressor. Buy the Godlyke Iso Pump today!
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  • $30.00
jvnllA (Japan) commented on 29-Mar-2011 10:05 PM5 out of 5 stars
I use 2 Power-All on my pedalboard. One is with the green cable, for Line6 M9. The other is with 3 ISO-PUMPs, for ALL OTHER PEDALS. THE OTHER PEDALS on my pedalboard are, Lovetone Meatball Lovetone CheeseSource Lovetone Doppelganger Lovetone Wobulator
Lovetone RingStinger Lovetone QuestionMark Mad Professor Forest Green Compressor Guyatone STm5 noc3 Earthtone Boost musicom lab EFX mkIII and 2 musicom lab MVCs. I need "Analog 9V tip negative", "Analog 12V tip negative", "Digital 12V tip negative", "Digital
12V tip positive", and "Analog 18V tip negative". I used to use the 5 power supplies for them, but now 1 Power-All with some ISO-PUMPs have taken the place of the 5 power supplies. Why? Because "1 Power-All with some ISO-PUMPs" make less noise than the 5 power
supplies. It's the unbelievable truth.
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