WMD Voltera

Price$211.40
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T Studio - Daily Studio Solutions
Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Description

Voltera is a voltage expander module for the METRON trigger and gate sequencer and adds 4 bipolar voltage tracks in 4hp.  Up to 16 Volteras can be added to a single giving you up to 64 CV Sequencing lanes for your Eurorack modular system!

With independent voltage ranges and quantize settings per track, Voltera allows for real time control over 4 different parameters at once, allowing you to dial that track to the parameter you are sequencing.

  • 4 Bi-Polar Voltage outputs in 4HP
  • Integrated user interface with METRON
  • Quantized and Unquantized Voltages
  • Stackable – up to 16 Voltera Modules to 1 METRON
  • Independent voltage ranges per output
  • Analog style programming
  • Digital accuracy
  • Fast tactile interface
  • Stepped voltage recording
Specifications

Dimensions:

Width: 4HP (20.32mm)

Height: Eurorack 3U (128.5mm Panel, 112mm PCB behind panel)

Depth Including Cables: 43mm

Power:

16 pin Eurorack standard power cable

Reverse Polarity Protected

Do not connect power to expansion headers.

Typical Power Consumption: +12V: 60mA, -12V: 15mA

Outputs:

Channel Outputs 1-4: 470Ω Impedance, -5V to +5V

Channels are simultaneously updated.

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