A stripboard dedicated to Eurorack module format.
The most convenient way to build any simple module. Just use it as a standard stripboard PCB.
This stripboard is designed to help in the process of building your own module. Power supply interface is almost completed: 16 pins connector with silkcreened signal marks, filtering capacitors and bead filters or protection diodes.
You can use up to 5 potentiometers or 5 Cliff style Jack connectors. Potentiometers can be any of 9 or 16 mm types, Alpha PKN160 for example.
This is PCB only, no component provided. Use any component you need :) Be creative!
Because I needed a couple of them, to build some simple modules: a mixer, a simple envelope generator, an LFO... :)
It's a good alternative to standard stripboards: it's easier to add potentiometers and jack connectors, easier to implement the power supply interface. And it's already cut to Eurorack dimensions.
The PCB is made in industry quality standard 1.2 mm thick, FR4 material. Plated through holes and green solder mask for easy soldering session.
All the projects I sell are designed for myself. Then, I sell surplus products. I made this stripboard to fit my needs. I'm sure it fits your needs too!
If you're not satisfied with one of my kit or PCB, you can send it back and I will refund you, as long as the PCB or the components has no damage from a begin of assembly: no solder, no cut or bent leg, etc. Before returning a product, you must contact me first.
I also offer supplemental discount if you provide me pictures of finished kits or populated PCBs :)
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La Poste: Priority Mail, 20 to 100g World
Standard Priority Mail by La Poste, for letter format package, under 100g, whithout tracking code.
La Poste: Parcel, up to 500g - World
Colissimo International by La Poste, for parcel format package, under 500g, whith tracking code.
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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.
I only sell surplus products from personal projects. I make electronic projects as a hobby. I have, from time to time, spare components, surplus PCBs, test modules… They are leftover from my personal project designs.
You can visit my website: http://www.davidhaillant.com
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