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    Hey all,

    i'm trying to source a power supply for a U.S. purchased guitar effects unit.
    I've added a piccie of the USA PSU below.

    Need something to match it in Oz but havent been able to find an OZ PSU that rates up to 1300mA on 9v... Most only go to 1000ma.

    Any ideas/leads?
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    BAH! So I've been looking for the past 3 days on Google and come up with nothing... i post the above request, then go back to google once more for more hunting, and 20 secs later I find a business that sells them here... typical... not sure why this site hasnt shown up until now (using same keywords too). Oh well, ignore above post.

    For anyway remotely interested, these guys appear to sell them: http://www.accesscomms.com.au/

    I have contacted to check
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean View Post
    Hey all,

    Need something to match it in Oz but havent been able to find an OZ PSU that rates up to 1300mA on 9v... Most only go to 1000ma.

    Any ideas/leads?
    www.altronics.com.au M8925

    Plugpack DC 9V 1.7A Switchmode
    Only special, only $15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by null & void View Post
    www.altronics.com.au M8925

    Plugpack DC 9V 1.7A Switchmode
    Only special, only $15.
    Hi mate,

    Thanks for the link, but that is a DC pack... need AC output.
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    CAT. NO. MM2017

    Jaycar, this is a transformer , you may need to get someone to mount it for you (in a box) but this would do what you need

    Doug

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug1 View Post
    CAT. NO. MM2017

    Jaycar, this is a transformer , you may need to get someone to mount it for you (in a box) but this would do what you need

    Doug
    Thanks but isnt that only 150mA output?
    It lists "9V 150mA".
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    It's likely the thing will run fine off 12V DC if you get stuck and polarity (+ and -) doesn't matter.

    Need to boost up the input voltage a bit when you do this.

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    Hi this one should do it

    Doug
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    I actually came across a 9v AC 1000mA power plug for another device I have here. What do you think about using that? Its 300mA lower that what is says is required, but do things like this always chew the maximum specified amp rating?
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    Don't go on what is on the plugpack, you need to look at the label on the effects unit itself, and see what it's power rating is. This will tell you if you can get away with a 1000ma 9v unit,
    Chris
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    same on effects unit.. 9v AC 1300ma
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