Bring Power to your Modules Connect and power up to 14 Eurorack modules, 2 Analogue Systems modules and 6 1U tile modules at once! This board only needs + and - 12 V power supply. +5 V is generated...Read More…
Connect and power up to 14 Eurorack modules, 2 Analogue Systems modules and 6 1U tile modules at once!
This board only needs + and - 12 V power supply. +5 V is generated by an on-board 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.
Very simple to solder and build: no SMD, only Through Hole. Very detailed silkscreen for easy component placement.
Want smaller? Check my other bus board (8 connectors).
It's compact, affordable, and easy to use. You only need a 3 rail PSU (-12, 0, +12V) as +5V is generated by the bus board itself. The PCB is 20 cm x 5 cm. Easy to integrate within a 84HP row. And if you really really need more power connectors (who doesn't?), 2 busses can easily fit in 84HP too. 6 Screws per board and 1.6mm thickness make the PCB really stiff and you can pull and push connectors without worrying to damage the board.
HE-10 Connectors are keyed: no more deadly reverse polarity plugging error! Even in the dark or deep into your case, don't fear to kill your module by reversing the connector. Don't fear to miss a pair of pins, which generally ends in a nasty firework too.
Always check voltage polarity and module's power connector pinout before plugging anything.
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