my nanosynth's arduino pinout is different from the manual

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  • #1415

    bluetshirt
    Participant

    Hi,

    I want to share some of my modifications to my NS1 but I need to understand this mismatch.

    In the manual, the left row of headers looks like this:

    M ->
    M <-
    A0 (M)
    A1
    A2
    A3
    A4
    A5
    DAC0
    DAC0
    DAC1
    DAC1
    5V
    5V
    0V
    0V

    The fritzing part for the NS1nanosynth looks like that as well.

    But my nanosynth looks like this:

    (4-pin multiple)
    DAC0
    DAC0
    DAC1
    DAC1
    M ->
    M <-
    A0 (M)
    A1
    A2
    A3
    A4
    A5

    What’s going on here? Do most nanosynths look like mine, or do they look like the one in the manual?

    Thanks,
    Grant

    #1419

    Davide Mancini
    Keymaster

    Hi there!
    you are right! the Manual and Fritzing symbols refers to an interim internal version!!!
    There is only one model of NS1 on the market and it’s the one you have!!!
    I will update the manual!!!!!!!!

    Thanks for the head-up!

    Davide

    #1420

    bluetshirt
    Participant

    Thanks for your answer. Now I can share my stuff.

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