Dual-stage topology, pre-regulated outputs, optically isolated feedback, and advanced multistage filtering ensure your pedals will achieve their highest possible dynamic range while being as noise-free as possible.
Each individually isolated, ultra-low-noise output provides a staggering 500mA of current, meaning the days of not having enough current for those high powered pedals are over.
Zumas are self-contained units that plug directly into an outlet using a standard IEC connection. The Ojai side of the family needs 24V of power, which it gets from a Strymon PS-124 adapter, or from connecting to a Zuma’s 24V accessory output.
This allows you to power additional Ojais from a Zuma, giving you additional isolated outputs for growing boards.
Want to learn more about the engineering behind our power supplies? Check out the video below to hear Strymon co-founder/senior analog engineer Gregg Stock and analog engineer Josh Forbes talk about what went into designing Strymon’s power supplies.
Want to know if our power supplies will power your pedals? Click here to learn how to determine what kind of voltage, current, and polarity your pedals need and how to power them with our power supplies.
Check out our power supplies white paper to learn more about the research and development that went into making the most powerful and noise-free power supplies you can buy. Read it here.