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Another IDENTIFY THE PCB please? game -see pics MYSTERY PCB2
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 6:04 pm    Post subject: Another IDENTIFY THE PCB please? game -see pics MYSTERY PCB2
Subject description: ive found yet another PCB in my list of 'to do' projects and again, once got to it..
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ive found yet another PCB in my list of 'to do' projects and again, once got to it..I cannot find any directions. I got, apparently, about a year ago & it arrived with 4 others of the same..
I thought it was the Ken Stone 'Drum Simulator', just another Elby or Panther r whatever version..but it isn't.
At least, not nearly exact-as the values for various components are different-not a big deal as a number I could figure out or were printed on it..but many are NOT labeled, and, for instance the Diodes--do not appear AT ALL on Ken Stone's version-at least not the ones I found being sold on his site, bridechamber, and the australian ppl (elby?).
The ONLY written labeling says "DHA-2013 Drum Simulator 1.0"
I cannot find "DHA" anywhere, and my numerous lists of modular makers doesnt include anything even near it.
So im flummuxed, but id REALLY like to complete and populate the board-its pretty cool looking and id REALLY like to include it in some semi-modular multidrum modules im making now that have 8 bit diital, Synare Sensor, Synare 3, and Tama analog drum synths in them-itd be a great addition.
Photos (of MYSTERY BOARD) follow.

Seriously, I need help with this ID and would GREATLY appreciate ANY help or advice or links or even GUESSES (within reason).

Thank you for youor time, for looking, and hopefully for ID'g this board.


TNV


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 16, 2014 1:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

paia drum tone circuit? right number of ICs...
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 18, 2014 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

maybe-ill check it out-thansk for the suggestion! I HATE to just relegate these to the junk bin. thanks again
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

seriously, does ANYONE have a guess? Id really like to use these.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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Drum Simulator (CGS-1Cool

Percussion analogique
Analog Drum Synth
Tarif prototype !

PCB / Circuit imprimé, pour réaliser une double percussion analogique de type Ken Stone CGS-18 : Lo Tom & Hi Tom.

Chaque tom est indépendant et peut être déclenché par un signal type Trigger (Piezo ou sequenceur). Les deux LED permettent de visualiser les déclenchements. Les deux potentiomètres servent à ajuster la quantité d'harmoniques ajoutées à chaque tom.

Le Drum Simulator est composé de deux circuits imprimés : le principal, avec toute l'électronique, et un circuit d'extension. Le circuit imprimé d'extension est optionnel : il permet simplement de présenter sur une façade le potentiomètre et les deux connecteurs Jack 3.5mm pour le Hi Tom. Le Lo Tom étant pour sa part présenté sur la carte principale. Cependant, il est possible de ne pas se servir de la carte additionnelle et de récupérer les signaux sur le connecteur HE10. De même, il n'est pas obligé d'utiliser la présentation en façade proposée par la carte principale : il est tout à fait possible d'utiliser les composants de votre choix (fiches bananes, Jack 6,35mm, potentiomètres de format différent etc), reliés par fils (montage "volant").

Le format du circuit imprimé et la connectique de l'alimentation permettent de l'intégrer dans un modulaire eurorack.

Tension d'alimentation : +/-12V ou +/-15V. L'alimentation peut être fournie par le module "alimentation bipolaire" que vous trouverez dans mes autres ventes.

Les composants sont faciles à obtenir chez votre fournisseur habituel. Pas de LM13600, CA3080 ou autre composant cher et exotique.

Schéma électrique

Liste des composants

Le circuit imprimé est fourni seul, sans composant.

Consultez la documentation en ligne pour plus de détails sur la réalisation.

Je vends des circuits imprimés en surplus, issus exclusivement de projets utilisés à titre personnel, commandés en lot auprès de fabricants de PCB. Il s'agit de circuits fabriqués de façon professionnelle :

Matériaux : FR-4 ;
Épaisseur : 1,2mm ;
Couche cuivre : 35µm ;
Double face ;
Trous métallisés ;
Sérigraphie avec repères composants ;
Finition : HASL.
Les schémas peuvent provenir partiellement ou sont inspirés de sites webs reconnus pour leur sérieux.

Aucune garantie n'est donnée en cas de mauvaise réalisation ou mauvaise utilisation du circuit imprimé.
Cet objet est destiné aux personnes ayant les compétences et connaissances techniques requises en électronique.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 29, 2014 2:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

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