The supply promises to function from any USB power cable, as well as a portable USB battery pack, laptop or a car’s USB charging port. Mission sells its own USB battery pack (opens in new tab), designed to fit under a Pedaltrain Nano and offering over eight hours of use.
Four isolated 150mA 9V outputs are onboard the 529, as well as a high-current 500mA 9V offerings. For smaller ’boards, or setups with only one or two high-current devices, it could prove a convenient solution indeed.
The Mission 529 is available from November for $149-$199 (approx £139/€170). Head over to Mission Engineering (opens in new tab) for more info.