This listing is for Mini Dual Power Supply (+12V/-12V) AC/AC adapter 8 x Eurorack Power Connectors on a compact board. Mini Dual Power Supply (+12V/-12V) Features Two LEDs. Two ...Read More…
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This is your Synth’s small linear filtered and regulated Dual Power Supply, from a simple AC (Wall Wart) adapter. It's able to deliver positive and negative voltages (+12V and -12V for example) on its output if you supply an AC voltage on its input connector. It's a good choice for your small Eurorack skiff, your LushOne or any op-amp project that needs a dual and symmetrical power supply.
This AC/AC adapter will output 15V AC at 1A (1000mA) max.
You can choose EURO mains sockets, 220V, 50Hz rated. Or US mains sockets, 100V~115V, 50Hz/60Hz rated.
This board only needs + and - 12 V power supply. +5 V is generated by an onboard linear regulator. Screw Terminals are versatile and make it easy to connect to any power supply.
3 rail visualization LEDs show you if there's energy on the rails, and with the correct polarity.
It can hosts 8 x Keyed Eurorack 16-pin (2 x 8) connectors with 3 LEDs for Voltage Rails visualisation. Input is done by two Screw Terminal connectors or by Eurorack 16-pin connector (as in a chained bus topology).
You can connect easily any Power Supply to the Bus Board. LEDs shows you if there’s energy on the rails, and with the correct polarity.
Any Eurorack user needs a way to bring power to his beloved modules.
The product needs to be assembled and soldered by yourself.
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