Dedicated clock module for Eurorack - easy DIY buildDesigned by PMFoundations, Ships from United States of America
DIY - PCB AND PANEL ONLY This is a simple clock module to drive your synth sequencers and switches. All CMOS based, no microprocessor so it is easy to build and test. It is one of our easiest thr...Read More…
DIY - PCB AND PANEL ONLY
This is a simple clock module to drive your synth sequencers and switches. All CMOS based, no microprocessor so it is easy to build and test. It is one of our easiest through hole builds.
If you are currently using a VCO or LFO as a clock generator, you can use this module to free that up.
Build it yourself - This is a set of high-qualitylity PCB and front panel ONLY for users who want to purchase their own components and build their own module. Some product photos above show COMPLETED build.
Comprehensive manuals, parts lists and component shopping carts are provided in the documentation link for building, testing and using the module.
Switch options for latching switch:
Switch options for the momentary switch:
But use the eSwitch caps only for all these items: Mouser 612-1R-xx
With the capacitor values suggested, the approximate clock frequencies are:
R14, R15 and/or trimmer R16 set the clock output pulse voltage level. The following options are suggested:
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