1U 20HP Satellite Module for Lange Anna

Details: •	3x 1 to 4 Buffered Multiple •	Attenuverter per Channel •	Constant Voltages Normalized to Inputs •	LED Indication •	Optional Satellite Modules with Summed Output in 20HP 1U and 4HP 3U •	Wrong polarity protection •	Skiff friendly •	1U Eurorack modules, 84 HP / 20 HP wide •	Power consumption: 65 mA at +12 V and 50 mA at -12 V (with satellite) The module consists of two boards: •	    Front PCB Panel •	    Main PCB LANGE ANNA is probably the longest praline in the DIY Eurorack world! It fills the width of most standard cases with no less than 84 HP. Obviously the idea is to carry CV and audio signals across the width of a Eurorack case.  This buffered multiple has three channels that multiply each signal to four outputs. For each channel there is a bipolar attenuator to adjust the signal level and polarity. LEDs above and below each output indicate whether a positive or negative signal is present. When nothing is connected to an input, a constant voltage is normalized to the inputs. There is a switch to select the maximum voltage of +10V or +5V. With the help of the attenuators you can use these voltages to control other module parameters.  LANGE ANNA1U 84HP Three 1 to 4 Buffered and Attenuverted Multiples & Voltage Source    ANNA´S LANGER ARM was designed to fly to remote locations. It is supposed to take signals to places that no other CV or audio signal in your cabinet has reached.   It connects directly to the LANGE ANNA and does not require connection to a power supply. It provides an additional multiple output per channel and a sum output for all three channels together. It can be placed far away from your LANGE ANNA module to carry signals across the entire width of your modular. LEDs above and below each output indicate whether a positive or negative signal is present, which also makes it easy to assign an output to a LANGE ANNA input.  Now also available in 3U! How Lange Anna and it´s satellite modules could be used to distribute CV signals across the case:
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