#1
Hey guys I just got an SKB PS-55 powered pedalboard.
The only power options that are available are 100m/a.

My problem is that the Digitech Hardwire adaptors that are recommended are 300MA.
I know that if you use the wrong voltage it can badly damage your pedals.

If I plugged my Hardwire pedals into a 100m/a power output would that be enough?
I'll give a picture.

available outputs

Hardwire pedals without the chorus
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#2
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Jackson DK2, DK2M, DKMGT, SLAT3-7, DK1
#3
Amperage is different from voltage. As long as you match the amperage you're fine (namely you can exceed the requisite mA amount, but cannot go below it and expect the pedal to function).
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#4
alright man cheers!
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#5
The worst that will happen is that the pedal won't turn on. You won't break anything. 300mA is a lot of current draw, I can't imagine you'd need something that big for any single pedal other than maybe a very large delay unit.
#6
nah it's just the MA of the adaptor that the pedal runs off. I managed to run 3 hardwire pedals and 5 other pedals off that one adaptor too so i highly doubt it's actually that powerful
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Mesa Boogie Mini Rec 25
Mesa Boogie Rectifier 2x12 cab

Jackson DK2, DK2M, DKMGT, SLAT3-7, DK1