They are Caline power supplies.
I don’t recall the name or model number, but they are around $36, and 8 ports. 6 ports are 300ma 9v
One is 500 MA 9-12-15-18v selectable
Tge last is 300ma 9-15-300v selectable
Tgere is only one Caline PS that is configured like that.
I will look fir a link later when on mu computer.
If you are looking for a dingle PS, any brand will do, just make sure it is Center tip Negative and min 150ma, ip yo 500ma
If you just want to get a PS got the wine cellar, it will run around $7-$8
And is probably ok to get the 100to 150ma
If you get the Zoom B1-four, which will ho great with the wine cellar, then you will need to buy another PS for it, and that will be another $8z. Gor the Xoom B1-Four the PS you get MUST BE 500mA
So, if you just spend the $36 now, the PS block will power both the Wine Cellar AND the Zoom, and have room fir 6 more standard pedals.
You have one port that could do 9-15-18, at 300ma
Five ports that can do 300ma at 9v
Most standard, single pedals rum on
9v-100ma center tip negative power supply.
Sometimes you gind ones that fun on 12v or 15v. And 18v
Often thise pedals come with a special PS for that pedal. Exceptions being the Xoom which you need to buy a pS for
Many pS Bricks out there, have more ports, or cost a few bucks less, but this one I got is tge only one that offers six at 9v and 300ma with two more offering 400ma snd 500ma gor 12-15-18v
Most of gge ithers will offer
8 ports at 100ma - 9v
1 port at 300ma 9-12-15-18v
1 port at 500ma 9-15-18v
Now, that will do the trick in many cases.
And i cant say that it will not work over time, but INE, when talking about Cheaply made electronics, they tend to burn out after a short time., especially if they are maxed out.
If you take 8 pedals tgat are each 9x -100Ma
And used a pS brick that has 8 ports that supply 9v 100ma
Now, that will run your pedals, and if it were a high quality PS, it may do the trick for a long time
If it is cheaply made, and has cheap wires, and components, then if you run it full tilt, it may be prone to die out prematurely, and then you need to buy another one., and by that time, you will have spent more then if you just bought one that cost more in the first place.
Now, all that said, there are still many variables that determine the load on the PS so it is still good to research it a little on your own.
To max out that pS, all 8 pedals would need to be on, and all 8 would need yo be at max draw. So to fully max that unit is a rarity, but IMO it is not worth the chance when we are talking about spending $24 and Saving $12 instead of just paying the $36 to start with
Other variables will be power source to the PS, the quality of other pedals you add, how many hours / days / weeks you will run your pedalboard.
And many things i am sure to be missing.
I will post s link yo the one i am using, and a few other people on this forum are using as well.
When I get a chance yo get to it