Eventide Releases the PowerFactor 2

Co-developed with Cioks of Denmark, the PowerFactor 2 can power up to four Eventide pedals in addition to four other stompboxes.

Little Ferry, NJ (October 10, 2013) -- Eventide announced the immediate availability of the PowerFactor 2 stompbox power solution co-developed with Cioks of Denmark. PowerFactor 2 will simultaneously power up to 4 Eventide Stompboxes plus up to four additional pedals. PowerFactor 2 is available where Eventide stompboxes are sold and at Eventide.com at a special introductory price of $229.


  • 8 outlets configured in 8 isolated sections with a total output of 1,600mA of current
  • Custom high quality European toroidal transformer
  • 4 powerful DC sections with 400mA each, able to power four Eventide Factor pedals
  • 2 x 200mA sections
  • 2 x 100mA sections
  • Link expandability with optional adaptor to power additional Cioks link power supplies from a single IEC cord
  • Short circuit protection of all outlets
  • Advanced LED monitoring of each section
  • Whisper fan with automatic heat threshold activation
  • 115V/230V mains voltage selector switch
  • Standard IEC power cord supplied
  • Durable steel enclosure with 2mm gauge top
  • 5-year warranty
  • 14 Flex cables included including four for Eventide stompboxes

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