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Fully PSU-equipped case for modular synthesizers in Eurorack format. All inclusive version – with PSU, bus system, rails, connectors, cables…
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Delivery time: approx. 2 weeks upon request
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The sturdy Birch Multiplex 15 mm case for Eurorack modular synthesizers offers space for 2 x 104 HP with a maximum module depth of 10 cm. The surface is sanded and treated with linseed oil. The case can be used lying flat or standing on four rubber feet each. The lid is removable and provides enough space for plugged cables during transport. All necessary plugs and cables for the internal connection of the components are included; as well as all fuses. You will need an IEC connector (power cable from wall to case).
Two Döpfer busboards are positionable on 19 inch rack rails in the case – so they can be easily rotated 180 degrees, if you want to equip the case the other way round. Already integrated is the new power supply PSU3 from Döpfer with stable 2000 mA on + 12V, 1200 mA on -12V and strong 4000m mA on 5V. The A-100PSU3 is a switched-mode power supply, but with the proven linear regulation of the A-100PSU2 connected downstream. This power supply was specially developed by Döpfer for modular synthesizers in eurorack format and delivers stable and clean voltages – not comparable to cheap switching power supplies for computers.
The housing made of birch multiplex in a thickness of 15 mm is glued with flat dowels and accordingly stable enough to withstand exceptional loads. The support rails for the modules are connected by two 3 mm thick aluminum panels and have 25 slide nuts per rail. The surface is treated with linseed oil and can easily be resanded and reoiled if necessary.
By means of a knurled screw, a common 0 Volt connection with other cases can easily be realized. This makes it possible to compensate for interference occurring in larger setups by different 0-Volt references of individual systems. This is also the central grounding point of the system. The house ground is routed via the power cable into the housing and connected via the central grounding point for the frame and the 0-Volt of the PSU.
“With this case configuration, an adequate grounding and 0-Volt reference design for larger setups can be easily implemented.”