Pedaltrain nano+

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  1. bloozeman1

    bloozeman1 Supporting Member

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    I'm going to build a smaller 2nd board for small gigs, fly in dates etc. I've decided on the pedaltrain nano +. It seems the perfect size for a small amount of pedals. Question is what power supply would be recommended for the nano+ with up to 5 pedals? The pedaltrain volto rechargeable battery or a plug in type wallwart or a power supply like a pedal power?
     
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  2. AlisterHag

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    I would use a One Spot for a small board like that.
     
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  3. chadmo1

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    I use the Cioks Adam with my Nano+.
     
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    This may be exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks man
     
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  5. J5jarod777

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    I have a Nano+, powered by a one spot.
     
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  6. beastly

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    I use the Cioks DC5 and it works great as well.

     
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    Strymon Zuma R300 fits great under my Nano+
     
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    I have that on my Metro 24 :D
     
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    Truetone CS6.

    I have actually been using a Vitoos ISO4-SE. Can be powered by a portable battery charger or a one spot. 4 isolated outputs. Small, light, fits under a nano, and cheap (got it around $30). Just daisy chain one output to get 5 outputs.
     
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    Zuma R300 with 3m dual lock underneath is perfect fit.
     
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    Onespot CS6 fits perfectly and has a lot of power options
     
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    This is what I use with my Nano +
     
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    This is what I use on mine and my Nano.
     
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    CS6 is perfect, even comes with mounting hardware to fit underneath the nano+

    I power an HX stomp, KOT, and TU-3W with no issues.
     
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    Some pedals might let you use a one spot without problems/noise, this one is mine and I use One spot.

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    The DC5 can be mounted with a Cioks grip mount. Not sure about the others for that.
     
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    Another vote for the Strymon R300. As with all of Strymon power supplies, it's a great power supply with 500mA to all outputs and with one output switchable between 9v/12v/18v. I also like that there's a 24v thru jack so that you can easily add a Strymon Ojai expansion supply without having to deal with another AC cord. I'm in the process of re-doing my boards and replacing all my Voodoo Labs power supplies with those from Strymon.
     
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    While Cioks offers some good products i wouldn't recommend them for two reasons :
    Their plugs aren't standards, and the cables they use are a bit fragile.
    The second reason is their CS... i had a bad experience with them so i won't be dealing with them anymore.
    As others mentioned, the OR300 and the CS6 are great candidates with the OR300 meant for delivering much more power per output than the CS6.
     
  20. Jon Rad

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    I was just in the same situation of wanting a power supply for a Nano+ and ended up going with a CS6. The thing I found with the CS6 is that it can run amperage above what is listed on the outputs and I think you can run pretty much anything as long as the total draw of the unit isn't above a total sum of 1.6A. Granted though, that is a lot lower than the 2.5A sum of the Ojai. I didn't like the idea of having an external power brick on the Ojai though.
     
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