That’s what I thought, thanks Flick! I’d be running a holy grail + in the other 250 mA output and some muffs in the sag outputs. Is the older big box version of the Multiplexer the same 11 mA as the newer version? I’m trying to work 15 pedals on one board (yes I’m a pedal junkie) and wanting to give my self room in the mA department on all outputs(PP2) as to not overload anything. Do mA rates ever change or should I say spike above the normal rates? I’m trying to give myself at least 20-30mA’s per outlet to spare. Thats a little closer than the normal 9v wall worts(ehx,boss,dunlop,etc) safety range(200mA average). Thanks again
The older Octave Multiplexer should have the same current draw as the new one.
Current draw could change, for example it is higher when the LED is lit vs. bypass mode. When we give current ratings we do try to give the maximum steady state current draw. Usually there is a small current spike when a pedal is first power up.
It’s definitely a good idea to give each power outlet a little extra room, 20-30 mA sounds pretty fair.