Engl Powertap Portable

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Voltage Transformer

  • For mobile power supply for effect pedals via USB Power Bank (USB Power Bank not included)
  • Input voltage: 5 - 18 V DC
  • Output voltage: 9 V DC
  • Maximum output current: 800 mA
  • 2 Output jacks 5.5 / 2.1 mm
  • Filtered and short circuit proof
  • Includes USB DC cable and DC connection cable
Available since December 2020
Item number 483138
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
DC/AC current DC
Output current in mA 800 mA
9 V Yes
12 V No
18 V No
Secondary voltage Yes
Multi-output power supply Yes
Battery Charger 1
Secondary Voltage 9 V
Battery Size Special Size
Accumulator 1
AC/DC DC
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£13.80
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 6.03. and Thursday, 7.03.
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Nice idea but I am not sure how useful it is
RodRed 04.08.2021
It is supposed to be used with a USB power bank to become a mobile power supply. Which actually works fine!
You can also use it to split one output port of your standard power supply into two isolated outputs.

Pros:
- small, lightweight and portable
- get any input from 5 to 18V and transforms into 2x 9V output

Cons:
- The "filtered" output does not seems to reduce any noise compared to a "non filtered", non-isolated PS
- The max output is not 800 mA divided by both outputs, but 400mA in each output so keep this in mind you cannot connect a 450 mA pedal it will not get power enough.
- The hassle of connecting one wire between the power bank and the Engl Powertap might not pay off. I have a Rockboard powerbank and it is direct and you get way more power 2x 1000mA you can power your board directly (assuming you do not have 5 Strymon pedals on it :)

Concluding
I believe getting a Rockboard or Haley Benton power bank is a better option for mobility, but if you only need it to power 1-4 low power pedals it works great.
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Amazing and helpful thing
Elevio 30.05.2023
My Dunlop DC Brick ran out of slots and power when I needed to power a couple more pedals and there was a free USB in the power strip and it just bailed me out. It takes up little space, weighs nothing, and is inexpensive. It has been coping with its task for the second week without problems.
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Awesome!
Wojtke 07.11.2023
Useful little thing, makes life easier :)
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Fantastic
Chris Fleming 19.02.2024
Works so well. Very impressed
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