Eurorack Stripboard

Description

The Eurorack Stripboard is the most convenient way to build a simple DIY Eurorack synthesizer module. It works like a standard protoboard, but with specific additions for the Eurorack format. You can also use the Stripboard with the 4HP Front Panel.

  • You can place up to 5 potentiometers or 5 jack connectors on the dedicated locations. The potentiometers can be any of 9 or 16 mm types, Alpha PKN160 for example. The Jack connectors are Cliff S6/BB mono style.
  • With the Eurorack power supply interface, it's extremely easy to connect either a 16-pin or a 10-pin Eurorack power connector.
  • The clear and detailed silkscreen labels indicate where the different voltages are located on the PCB. You can also add 2 filtering capacitors and 2 protection diodes.

How to connect jacks and potentiometers

The jack connectors are Cliff CL1384. They use the strips A, B, D and E.

A and B are switched open when the male jack connector is inserted. D and E are the contacts to the male connector.

  • E is Tip (the signal)
  • and D is Ring (usually the 0V reference, often designated as “ground”).

Note that Cliff jacks are insulated from the panel.

The potentiometers are 9 mm (2.5 mm pin pitch) or 16 mm (5 mm pin pitch). Alpha 9 mm are a good choice. They align pretty nicely with Cliff jacks on the front panel. They connect to strips B, C and D.

  • B is Counter Clock Wise pole.
  • D is Clock Wise pole.
  • and C is Wiper pole.

Dimensions

The PCB is 100 mm high and 50 mm wide. Thus, the depth for the Eurorack module will be 50 mm behind the panel.

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    SKU: 20543
    EAN: 020543

    Description

    The Eurorack Stripboard is the most convenient way to build a simple DIY Eurorack synthesizer module. It works like a standard protoboard, but with specific additions for the Eurorack format. You can also use the Stripboard with the 4HP Front Panel.

    • You can place up to 5 potentiometers or 5 jack connectors on the dedicated locations. The potentiometers can be any of 9 or 16 mm types, Alpha PKN160 for example. The Jack connectors are Cliff S6/BB mono style.
    • With the Eurorack power supply interface, it's extremely easy to connect either a 16-pin or a 10-pin Eurorack power connector.
    • The clear and detailed silkscreen labels indicate where the different voltages are located on the PCB. You can also add 2 filtering capacitors and 2 protection diodes.

    How to connect jacks and potentiometers

    The jack connectors are Cliff CL1384. They use the strips A, B, D and E.

    A and B are switched open when the male jack connector is inserted. D and E are the contacts to the male connector.

    • E is Tip (the signal)
    • and D is Ring (usually the 0V reference, often designated as “ground”).

    Note that Cliff jacks are insulated from the panel.

    The potentiometers are 9 mm (2.5 mm pin pitch) or 16 mm (5 mm pin pitch). Alpha 9 mm are a good choice. They align pretty nicely with Cliff jacks on the front panel. They connect to strips B, C and D.

    • B is Counter Clock Wise pole.
    • D is Clock Wise pole.
    • and C is Wiper pole.

    Dimensions

    The PCB is 100 mm high and 50 mm wide. Thus, the depth for the Eurorack module will be 50 mm behind the panel.

    Downloads

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