The P9 has 2.0amps of power and is eminently portable. If you’re building a system, you can’t go too far wrong with these cases, they stack beautifully together in the studio and are always ready to go with their flight case type build. Inside the removable cover there is sufficient space to carry the system completely patched or to move patch cords and the power cable.
From the Doepfer website….
This an enlarged version of the A-100 suitcase with 9 U or three rows of modules. As only one power supply is required this is the most economic version of the A-100 suitcase. Apart from that the 9U version is identical to the 6U version.
outside: approx. 465 (width) x 475 (height) x 170 (depth) mm, without cover and without rubber feet
outside: approx. 465 (width) x 485 (height) x 235 (depth) mm, with cover and with rubber feet
inside: 3 x 84 HP x 3 U, usable depth for A-100 modules: approx. 70 mm in the power supply area (bottom right), resp. approx. 100 mm in the remaining area (measured from inner side of the front panel until end of the pc board of the module)
Weight (without modules):
about 8,3 kg
mains voltage: 230V
output voltages/current: +12V/2000mA, -12V/2000mA, +5V/4000mA