Radial PowerStrip

1U Rackmount Chassis for 3 500 Series Modules, with Phantom Power, and XLR I/O
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A 1U Rack for Your 500 Series Modules

Do you have a few stray 500 series modules that need a home? Put them to work in the Radial PowerStrip rack unit. This rackmount unit houses up to three 500 series modules in a single rack space. This easy-to-use chassis not only powers your 500 series modules, but allows you to easily connect them together in a complete signal chain. The PowerStrip gives you the complete functionality of all the 500 series modules with standard XLR I/O and TRS connectors. Add a complete signal-processing center to your rack with the Radial PowerStrip 500 series chassis.

Radial PowerStrip 500 Series Chassis at a Glance:
  • Powerful and flexible I/O
  • Customize your workflow
  • Rugged all-metal construction for durability
Powerful and flexible I/O

While made to be compatible with API formats, the PowerStrip adds a ton of functionality to the 500 series format. You'll appreciate the flexible Omniport inputs, which greatly expand the versatility of your modules. Standard XLR I/O with additional TRS connectors can be used as multi-function outputs and for cross-patching. An innovative feed switch lets you easily connect your 500 series modules in a single signal chain without using the old API patch cord system.

Customize your workflow

Whether you're producing music in your studio or recording a live performance, your project always goes smoother when you've tailored your workflow to your style. The Radial PowerStrip makes it easy to combine world-class 500 Series microphone preamplifiers, EQs, compressors, and more, in one convenient desktop/portable chassis. With three empty slots, the PowerStrip is perfect for creating a personalized selection of processors for your specific needs.

Durable all-metal construction for durability

Made from ultra-strong 14-gauge steel, the Radial PowerStrip was designed to last a lifetime. You won't need to worry about this rack shelf falling apart. An extremely durable finish will keep your Radial PowerStrip looking great!

Radial PowerStrip 500 Series Chassis Features:
  • Single space rack your favorite 500 series modules
  • Innovative Omniport connection
  • Tough 14-gauge steel construction to last a lifetime
  • Powers and connects up to three modules
  • Connects all modules into a single signal chain
Rackmount your 500 series modules with the Radial PowerStrip!

Additional Media

500 Series Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Number of Slots 3
Manufacturer Part Number R700 0105 00

Customer Reviews

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Radial rocks!!!

I have quite a few name brand 500 series power supplies, but Radial takes the crown. They have the amperage distribution right! Every module I put in my Pwerstrip sounds better because it is getting the amount of current it needs to sound it's best. I can't say enough good things about this product!
Music background: Studio owner / engineer

Great I/O options

if you can get over the horizontal view, or at least get used to it this a a pretty solid 500 series rack. The I/O options are some of the best I've seen and I also own a few API Lunch box and Radial I/O options are better. The flipping of a feed switch on the back of each individual chassis makes it very easy and less wiring if you're lining up stuff the like Mic Pre/EQ/ Comp for homemade channel strip ideas. Its pretty cool. One HUGE improvement that would be great to and to on this would be a turn off switch(accessible from front panel but either way tis unit should have one. You may not need everything piece of gear in the rack powered up, its as simple as that.Overall, imo its worth the money for the unit, I have two.:) Gave 4 rating because of these two little flaws in design i think could be improved on
Music background: Musician, Recording Engineer
See also: Radial, Radial 500 Series Chassis