Features:

  • 5 x 9V DC @ 200mA isolated outputs
  • 1 x 12V DC @ 200mA isolated output
  • 1 x 3-9V DC isolated output
  • 1 x 3-12V DC isolated output
  • 1 x 9/12V AC isolated output

Advantages over the Diago Powerstation:

  • Can be used to power 12V effects (some 12V effects can be powered with the Diago Powerstation
  • Isolated outputs means that positive ground pedals, (such as Germanium transistor based boost and fuzz pedals), can be used along side normal negative ground pedals
  • Isolated ground means that pedals with poor power filtering (such as the Line 6 ToneCore series pedals) can be used along side normal, well behaved pedals

Disadvantages with respect to the Diago Powerstation:

  • At £160/$240/€235, it's very, very expensive for what amounts to a power supply
  • Only 8 DC outputs, max 200mA on each; total is 1,600mA. Many newer digital pedals require more than 200mA
  • Can only be used in the country it is made for. Mains Voltage and frequency need to be correct
  • It's big and heavy, and takes up quite a bit of space on your pedal board