NAMM 2020: Earthboard debuts the Power Station, a DC wall adapter

Designed to preserve battery power or provide backup power when needed.

Earthboard Power Station.

Image: Earthboard

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NAMM 2020: Earthboard has unveiled the Power Station, a nine-volt DC wall adapter designed to work with the brand’s Backup Boot module to provide a clean and efficient solution for pedalboard power.

The Power Station’s internal circuitry is designed to better suit the power demands of newer pedals, particularly those with integrated chips and more complex circuitry. It comes with an output capacity of 3,000 mAh and a fully protected circuit with automatic reset to protect the user’s pedals from sudden electrical surges or shorts.

Earthboard’s Power Station’s power status is indicated by an easily visible blue LED and comes with a durable 10-foot cable to eliminate the need for extension cords. When used in conjunction with the Backup Boot, the Power Station is capable of powering an entire Earthboard pedalboard system.

In a complete set-up, the Power Station will use the Earthboard pedalboard’s Rare Earth magnetic rails to deliver power to the mounted pedals. The rails eliminate the need for daisy chains, messy power cables, zip ties and hook-and-loop adhesive strips. This helps to create a cleaner and safer stage front while streamlining the user’s setup and tear-down.

The Earthboard Power Station is now available for pre-order and will ship after 16 January for $20. For more information, click here.

Find out more about NAMM 2020 here.

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