Mission Engineering has created the world’s smallest variable voltage power supply

The 529m is about the size of regular batteries.

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Mission Engineering has unveiled the 529m, a variable voltage power supply capable of powering 30 pedals or more, while remaining no bigger than a regular battery. The brand claims it’s the smallest of its kind in the world.

The 529m uses USB technology to deliver up to 3000mA of power. Its variable settings allow users to select either 9, 12 or 18V for their pedal power needs, making it a suitable power option for both tube-powered pedals and high-current multi-effects units as well.

The most significant feature of the 529m is its size. Being no bigger than a normal battery, the power supply can be easily mounted on most pedalboards. Its power capacity allows it to work with larger pedalboards as well. James Lebihan, Mission Engineering’s CEO, describes the 529m as “the Swiss Army Knife of power supplies”. “When you don’t need isolation, it can power 30 pedals or more from a single outlet, or battery pack,” he added.

Users can charge the 529m via a single USB-C source like a wall-charger or a USB battery pack.

Pricing and availability of the Mission Engineering 529m TBC. For more information, click here.

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