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  • #12484

    giczkod
    Participant

    How do you orientate the Red Stripe on the module if moving to a Eurorack case? Are there any other considerations when moving the board to a case? this section is not populated in the manual.

    #12502

    Davide Mancini
    Keymaster

    Hello to everyone!
    The following section will be soon added to the manual:

    Instructions and pics on re-housing the arches in a euro case.

    In principle is really simple. The only functions that remain out of this transformation (for now) is the MIDI/USB.
    We are planning to sell a very simple panel to re-house the small board with the DIN and USB connectors. A 6HP panel that we are fabricating right now.
    But, apart from the rear panel, you just have to unscrew the 6 hex socket screws, tilt the panel to the front and detach from the board the power supply cable (Reb-black) and the USB/MIDI cable (10wires flat).
    At this point the three-boards compound is free. You can spot the eurorack connector on the right (with the product facing the desk) of the arches.
    I enclose you a picture with the right orientation of the redline (-12V).
    At this point is just another (big) module to be seated in your system!

    #12504

    giczkod
    Participant

    Thank you! I am looking forward to to MIDI panel. When do you expect it to be available?

    #12556

    giczkod
    Participant

    I will ask again, when do you expect the midi panel to be available? I am trying to decide if i should make my own or not.

    #12856

    zuercher.noah
    Participant

    What is the maximum Current draw? I want to put it in the Bottom boat of my frap Tools UNO 126 with silta power (3’750 mA +-12V).

    #12858

    zuercher.noah
    Participant

    That would be 1’250 mA just for the Bottom boat, I hope thats enough power for arches and a few other modules.

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