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STmodular: LFOT PCB/Panel

LFOT is a Low Frequency Oscillator with optional High Range Frequency and Touch Control Function.


This is a PCB/Panel in the Eurorack format.

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$13.99
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LFOT is a Low Frequency Oscillator with optional High Range Frequency and Touch Control Function.

The LFO provides three voltages in shape of Saw, Square and Pulse waves. It can be used as a control voltage, clock source or patched into the audio path for drum synthesis.

The frequency and the frequency range can be controlled by turning the frequency knob and rate switch. Additionally the width of the pulse wave may be manually adjusted. An LED indicates the current speed of the LFO.

On the bottom of the panel you will find two touch plates. Using these you can “play” the LFO and  become a part of the circuit. By pressing your finger onto the HOLD plate you will be able to stop and reset the LFO cycle. It will start over again when the finger is released. The second touch plate PUSH is altering the frequency of the oscillator. Roll your finger from the top side of the plate to the bottom and the rate will be increasingly speeded up. Or directly press you finger an all plate parts and go crazy! After releasing your finger from the PUSH plate the frequency will smoothly recover to its original speed set by the frequency knob.

Details:

  • LFO with 3 Waveforms
  • Saw, Square and Pulse waves
  • LFO FREQUENCY potentiometer
  • LFO RANGE switch
  • Adjustable Pulse width
  • Two touch plates to play the LFO
  • HOLD function
  • PUSH function
  • Wrong polarity protection
  • Skiff friendly
  • 3U Eurorack module, 3 HP wide
  • Power consumption: 49 mA at +12 V and 47 mA at -12 V

The module consists of two boards:

  • Front PCB Panel
  • Main PC

Specs & Downloads

Specs & Downloads

Manufacturer STModular
HP 3
Depth No
+12V No
-12V No
+5V No
Additional Resources BOM
ST-Modular Website

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