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    • #106061
      hyjenn
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      Does anyone know if the Generator could power a Timefactor and a Modfactor?

    • #119423
      theknipper
      Member

      Hey http://www.thegigrig.com/acatalog/ scroll down and there is an adapter so you can run factor series pedals off of generator..

    • #119426
      thom
      Member

      I have been using the Gigrig Timefactor adaptor for a while now with a PSU that gives 1.6 amps  at 9 volts. This also powers a booster pedal, distortion pedal, a lovely Wampler Ego compressor and a rarely used Boss Enhancer pedal. The Gigrig Timefactor adaptor allows me to run the Timefactor in the daisy chain and eliminates the enourmous wall wart. It works perfectly, fit and forget as these things should be.

    • #131474
      CIOKS power support
      Member

      Hello there,

      Maybe our brand new CIOKS DC10 is something you should consider… Please let me know exactly what you have on your pedal board and I will come up with a solution for you with exact figures on voltage, current draw and plug types you'd need to power it all properly.
      Regards,
      Poul Ciok
      poul.ciok@cioks.com

    • #131478
      hywelg
      Member

      And does anyone know if you can power two Factors off one GigRig Evenflo adaptor?. The Generator is rated at 5000mA so the source is powerful enough. Its rather a dear do to buy one for each.

    • #131583
      Dreamsy
      Member

      I just had the Gigrig answer, and yes you need one adapter per pedal as each should be isolated.

    • #131606
      konstantine3
      Member

      I just use a PRIME power strip

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