BCB-60 Power Supply

pedalbored

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The power supply on my pedal board is starting to short out. Not bad using 2 nights a week for many years. Anyhow, the power supply is PSC-100. Do I have to use that particular model replacement, or will a Boss power supply for a single pedal do the trick? Or something I can purchase locally?
 

stinkfoot

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It depends on which pedals you're powering. The PSC-100 is 9vDC, 1000mA. The Boss PSA series are 200mA or 500mA (PSA-S version). They will work just fine, as long as the total current draw from the pedals doesn't exceed the capacity of the power supply. So if you get the regular PSA (200mA), you must make sure the pedals don't use more than that. The 500mA PSA-S will have more room to spare, though.
 

guitarguy987

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I just picked up a Godlyke Power-All to power my BCB-60. 2000mA, so it should be more than enough to power all your pedals.
 




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