WIRING DIAGRAM: 4 STAGE PROGRAMMER

Uses one R-15 PC board (potentiometers already mounted)


SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS

The faceplate graphic for the PROGRAMMER is composed of two pieces. The larger of the two is placed to the left of the smaller piece.

SELF-TEST & USER'S INSTRUCTIONS

The top row of red Jacks are outputs providing pulses whenever the pushbuttons (or input pulses into the bottom row of red input jacks)*1 are actuated. Once a stage's pulse has been actuated, it stays "on" until another stage is accessed. This function may be tested by plugging the outputs into a VCO (one at a time) and monitoring for pitch change. Testing the pulse inputs is best done using the output from a SEQUENCER, and monitoring the voltage (via a VCO) as preset at the various knobs.


*1. Despite the instructions claiming this, the input jacks have no effect on the pulse output. If you reqire these pulses to drive other module, derive them from the source.

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