CubuSynth - VCLFO v2

Product information "CubuSynth - VCLFO v2"
The CubuSynth VCLFO v2 is a Digital Voltage controlled Low frequency oscillator, with 16 Waveforms, Step control (Sample & Hold style), LFO Sync / Reset, CV control over Frequency, Amplitude, Waveform, Frequency multiplier, Skew and Step Rate.

It is based on the Electric Druid VCLFO10 chip which was written/designed by Tom Wiltshire aka "Electric Druid".

• 16 Waveforms selectable in two Banks of 8
• Frequency range: 0.05Hz to 12.8Hz (102.4Hz with multiplier x8)
• 6 CV inputs for Multiplier, Frequency, Step Rate, Skew, Waveform and Level
• "Sync" Input for LFO reset, or Step Sync
• 3 outputs: Uni-Polar (0 to +5V), Bi-Polar inverted (+5V to -5V / 10Vpp) and Bi-Polar normal (-5V to +5V / 10Vpp)

SMD-Kit-1. This is a Do-It-Yourself kit, not an assembled module. The kit includes all parts to build the module. All SMD parts are pre-soldered, only trough-hole parts to solder. For build guide, more info, videos etc. please check the buttons below.
Current draw +12 V [mA]: 40
Current draw -12 V [mA]: 30
DIY Level: Easy/Medium
Depth [mm]: 24
Width [HP]: 10
Format: 3 U
Panel / Color: Black FR4
Manufacturer "CubuSynth"
Cubusynth was founded by Ruben Sponar in 2020 and is located in the south of Portugal. We create Eurorack Modules, a modular synthesizer format. Modular synthesizers, unlike pre-wired synthesizers, have panel-mounted audio, control, and sync jacks that allow direct connections (via patch cords) from any module to another module. The result is an endless universe of possibilities and combinations to achieve new sounds. At CubuSynth we give you 3 ordering options, we provide modules assembled, calibrated and ready-to-use. The DIY (do it yourself) version of the modules, with all the components needed for assembly, as well as the respective instruction manual, this option is aimed at electronic soldering enthusiasts who like to get their hands dirty and see the magic of electronic connections come to life through your own hands. We also offer the possibility of purchasing the PCB and the front panel so that anyone with the necessary experience and knowledge in electronic soldering and modular synthesis can assemble our modules with the components they like best, in order to give our customers some freedom to create and customize our modules.

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