#1
Alright, so I have a power supply which can have a total of 500 mA.

I've read before that Looping pedals and Whammy's drain alot so I don't have those in my power supply.

I'm about to get a Eventide Timefactor and I guess those drain much aswell?

The pedals I currently have in my power supply is:

T.c. Electronic - Polytune
MI Audio - Pollyanna Octave

I soon get my Klone V2 from ARC Effects aswell.

So will I be able to have my Timefactor in the power supply aswell?
#2
Digital pedals in general drain more current than analog ones.

The tech specs of more or less everything states the current consumption though, so you could just go checking that out for yourself...
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#4
Where did you find that?
'cause the eventide's website says it's 1200mA.

It's also not powered by your everyday standard pedals PSU, it takes positive voltage current from the tip while in pedals the tip usually delivers negative voltage.

It's a big, heavy pedal with a screen and MIDI and USB and lotsa options, I find it pretty reasonable for such a thing to suck 1200mA @ 9v

So, your PSU wouldn't be able to handle it.
If it's just for that you may as well get a dedicated adapter for that alone, I don't think the quality of the sound passing through that will be bothered much by power fluctuations.
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#5
Simple math. Go to the spec sheet for each pedal and find the max current draw. Add up the numbers and then get a power supply that is at least 20% greater. Ready to tour Europe.

A simple 1 Spot is good for 1700 miliamp which covers most players guitar pedal boards. There is always the guy like The Edge who would need four 1 Spots though.
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