It works only at 220V AC, so it is not an "universal" power supply, which is one of its few flaws. As most of its kind (Eventide, Voodoo Lab and other power supplies), it uses just an interlock (yes, removable) cable connector straight to the wall, and I'm happy about that as you can just tear it apart and depend on diverse interlocks around your multiple locations. It has five outputs which are absolutely independent and regulated of which any can draw a maximum of 300mA at 9V for a maximum total of 1500mA so it is a fine option for most pedals (though may be not enough for some very weird ones –e.g.: Whammy IV), and then it sounds clearly as expected. By 2015 Argentina is an expensive country with a "difficult" scenario (and I'm being optimistic) to make affordable products so you shouldn't expect an easy price tag, but at least it can stand locally as the best option in its price range as it covers some features that even more expensive power supplies (MXR's DC-Brick) do not (isolated outputs!). The current model includes a LED light, which is a helpful feature to visualize your pedalboard.