Small CV Attenuator and Inverter PCB module, to include in your Analog Modular SynthDesigned by Electronic things... and stuff, Ships from France
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This is a small CV Attenuator and Inverter PCB module. It lets you attenuate or invert the CV signal from a LFO or an ADSR envelope generator for example. They are often called "Attenuverters". Rea...Read More…
This is a small CV Attenuator and Inverter PCB module. It lets you attenuate or invert the CV signal from a LFO or an ADSR envelope generator for example. They are often called "Attenuverters".
The output signal is a linear function of the input, depending on the potentiometer position. Output is zero at 12 o'clock, input x 1 at full clockwise, and input x -1 (negative) at full counter clockwise.
The PCB is extra small and compact : 23 x 19mm. It can host 9mm or 16mm Alpha or other brand "print" pots.
The input/output/power supply pins are conveniently located in a 1x5 2.54mm pin array.
Attention, this is a SMT PCB. SMT is easy to solder, even with standard tools and iron.
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I'm David, from France.
I design circuits, mostly for musical and synth projects. I love to understand electronic circuits, to discover new technics and create my own designs.
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