Doepfer style ribbon cables for Eurorack Modular SynthsDesigned by Electronic things... and stuff, Ships from France
Eurorack Modular Synth modules need a special ribbon cable for power supply. They are made with flat ribbon cable, and 2 connectors. There are several variations of these cables, depending on your ...Read More…
Eurorack Modular Synth modules need a special ribbon cable for power supply.
They are made with flat ribbon cable, and 2 connectors. There are several variations of these cables, depending on your module requirements. Some modules need only +12V / -12V while some need an additional +5V rail and even sometime use the CV and/or Gate signals present on the Power Bus.
These connectors are intended to be used between a bus board and your module. Hence, one cable per module.
Flat cable step: 1.27mm. Red or blue stripe shows pin #1. Pin #1 is usually connected to -12V rail. But, never trust the red stripe!
Standard HE10 style ("IDC Sockets") female connectors. Height: 157.5 mm, Width: 6.02 mm. 2.54 mm step. Datasheet
Full connection Eurorack -12V / GND / +12V / +5V / CV / Gate power cables. 16 pin connector (2x8) on each side. 25cm long. All the pins are connected.
Eurorack -12V / GND / +12V power cables. 16 pin connector (2x8) on one side and 10 pin connector (2x5) on other side. 25cm long. On 16 pin connector, flat cable is located from pin 1 to pin 10. Pin 11 to 16 are not connected. On 10 pin connector, all the wires are connected.
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