So was looking at a few threads on pedalboards and how to power the QC with powerbricks and also a mission 529 with a portable usb powerbank so i thought id look deeper into this as im now starting to build my board with a RockBoard Tres 3.2
So with the QC requiring power of 12v at 3000mA with a 2.1mm center-negative barrel
The rugged PB-1 PowerBank allows you to power a compatible amp wherever you are. With a long use-time and USB outputs for charging other devices it’s an essential part of your kit when you leave the house.
Up to 16 hours of continuous playback (depending on the device connected)
Two USB outputs for charging phones or compatible devices
Handy built-in flashlight for dark stages
Includes Velcro strip for attaching the PB-1 to your amp
Compatible with ID:CORE, Super Fly and ACOUSTIC:CORE
10,000mAh / 12VDC output, USB and light
15V Power Supply PSU-PB-1 to recharge PB-1
3 hours recharge time
12-16 hours play time for SUPER FLY Active Cabinet
Hey, I wrote a thread here about this and over at the gear page called “My battery powered quad cortex” I did run into some issues. This power pack should work but I’d be concerned about battery life. With my 50000mah hour bank I get 8-10 hours. You’d be looking at 1.5 - 2.5 (approx. by math) with this one. If that’s plenty for you then I wouldn’t see any issue. If you do end up getting it working could you post your results and parts on those threads so there’s a resource of what works and doesn’t for anyone else trying it?
I’ve finished my tres 3.2 pedalboard setup with my Quad Cortex .
I used a 60000mah power bank and mission 529m to deliver 3A to power the quad cortex this is powered via the usb-c on the powerbank.
I also used a myvolts 9v ripcord usb to power the boss wl-50 wireless this also powers the other pedals via Mooer Me PDC 5 A Angled Multi Plug daisy chain.
I also used ebs patch cables as low profile ,flat cables and they are one of the best patch leads you can get.
To fit the powerbank in I had to remove the braces/supports via an Allen key and move them further along and I also added a metal support along the entire length this also holds the PSU for the powerbank if I need to charge it and the mission 529m.
I also used dual lock to mount the pedals, absolutely no movement unlike velcro and it’s easy to reposition as doesn’t leave a sticky mess unlike velcro
I should get about 8 hours of play out of the powerbank.