Clock Divider by Syinsi is a compact clock divider for the Pulp Logic 1U modular format. feed any clock to the leftmost jack and less clocks (5ms pulse width) come out the rightmost jack. exactly how many less come out is determined by the position of the divide knob. the Reset input resets the divider by default, but a pair of jumpers on the PCB can be swapped to the lower position to convert the Reset input to a CV control over the clock division.

this Clock Divider is in mint condition with no rash. purchase includes module with Pulp Logic format tile tail power connector.

6hp // 25mm deep // 20mA +12V

PLEASE NOTE: this is a Pulp Logic 1U tile and is not compatible with Intellijel 1U rows. in addition, all Pulp Logic tiles require a tile-tail adapter for connection to a standard Eurorack power bus. all Pulp Logic lunchbox cases include built-in tile-tail connectors for powering these tiles and additional Eurorack to tile-tail power adapters are available from Pulp Logic.

need a handful of 1U modules and accessories but don't want to pay shipping on each? we've got you covered! additional modules beyond the first ship at no additional cost and as always shipping is free on any Eurorack and accessory order totaling $75 or more. if you'd like to make a big purchase, feel free to reach out - we'll be happy to work out a deal!

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