Joyo JP-06W ZGPW Power Converter

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Compact USB converter for 9 V effect pedals

  • Transforms a charger, power bank or computer USB port into a power supply for effect pedals
  • Provision of stable voltage for effect pedals or other devices
  • Isolated input
  • Input voltage: 5 - 9 V DC
  • Output voltage: 9 V DC
  • Maximum output current: 400 mA
  • IInput polarity: Center minus
  • Output polarity: center minus
  • Reversed polarity and overload protection
  • Dimensions: 16 x 16 x 63 mm
  • Weight: 17 g
  • Includes USB DC cable and DC connection cable
available since August 2019
Item number 460430
sales unit 1 piece(s)
DC/AC current DC
Output current in mA 400 mA
9 V Yes
12 V No
18 V No
Secondary voltage No
Multi-output power supply No
£8.30
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Joyo Power Converted POG2
abcalypso 30.12.2019
Having just spent an hour using this product intensively; This product works 100%. PLEASE READ BELOW FOR YOUR SAFETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING SIMILAR TEST ON YOUR EQUIPMENT.
1. I plugged into: Electro Harmonix POG2 (Poly Octave Generator requiring centre-neg -9V- sucking up 1.8ma ...according to adapter specs.)
2. Centre Negative = Yes (out of the box correct...check your effect box before use...just in case you have a positive centre-pole!)
3. 1 hour use: slightly warm after 1 hour non-stop playing.
4. Powered by an (old) thinline phone battery pack (Specs: DC 5V/1A-Output DC5V/1A...4000mAh/14.8Wh)
5. Used one charge-light (out of 5)...no glitches/switch-off's etc
6. POG2 pedal running through a Roland Mobile amp running on its own battery power.
Please note: Knowing your equipment is 9V is not enough info if you wish to have success and safe use! Make sure you check the amount it requires (e.g. 1ma-2ma-or much more?). JOYO claim you can go up to 400ma...though I would suggest staying below that mark especially if you have an expensive pedal/effects box.
Like? YES...IT WORKS AND IS EXACTLY WHAT I NEED TO GO MOBILE.
Cons: None so far...time will tell if it remains reliable and doesn't break the pedal electronics at a later stage.
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An excellent little devil, can be considered a gig-saver.
Lighthouse J. 01.11.2019
I bought, received and tested this very useful little device:

I connected it's input to a recently bought SilverCrest 10.000 mA powerbank, which was fully charged.
The output was connected to my Zoom G3Xn multi-effect-processor, that is normally powered by a 9V DC - 500 mA wall-charger (which means it will consume about 400 mA, the maximum that the 'Joyo' can deliver).

- The Zoom G3Xn became immediately active and was continuously used during 7 hours and 45 minutes, after which the SilverCrest powerbank was empty.

- Power dissipation was transformed into a hardly noticeable rise of temperature near the output section of the 'Joyo'-device, which is remarkable, since it had to deliver it's maximum all the time it was used.

- There was no measureable (noise) influence on the audio-signal: It was absolutely clean.

Conclusion: This is an excellent little devil, very useful on stage, and can be considered a gig-saver there!
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It does the job
DenisZ 12.02.2022
Im using it to power my multieffect with a power bank and it does the job.
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Works well with USB powerbanks
Anton Seredkin 25.09.2019
No hum, tens of hours of operation with 5 guitar pedals and 10.000mAh powerbank. Way more affordable than branded rechargeable 9v supplies. Nowadays everyone has a spare powerbank(s) laying around and this is a lean way to utilize them. Get some 9V power splitters (5.5 x 2.1 mm) and distribute the power to the pedals. A smaller powerbank as a backup wouldn't harm as well.
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