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The 64 or 128 Output Driver MIDItools® one of our
best sellers.This MIDItool allows you to manipulate up to 128 high
current darlington transisitor drivers using MIDI Note On messages
received on the same channel. The 64 or 128 Output Driver is commonly
used to drive relays and/or solenoids for sequenced multimedia shows.
The 64 or 128 Output Driver requires a rack-mount
chasis to accomodate one or two expansion
boards. The The 64 Output Driver application requires one expansion
board whereas the 128 Output Driver app requires two expansion boards.
8 Maps are
provided to assign specific MIDI Note numbers to specific drivers.
Instruction manual included.
It's a blast!
Mouse over the buttons, LEDs, and potentiometer to see what they do.
HOW DO I...
...CONNECT THE EQUIPMENT?
Connect the relays, etc., to the multipin connector(s). Connect
the external power supply to the two large circular pads on the
...SET THE GLOBAL MIDI
Press the CHAN key. The global receive channel is selected using
the +/- key and/or the VALUE fader. The device will continue to
respond to MIDI Note On commands. The default channel is 1.
...SAVE THE DEVMAP
Press the SAVE key. Both parameters are stored in nonvolatile
EEPROM and will be recalled at powerup. When storing values, LED
...LOCK THE DISPLAY?
Pressing the LOCK key prevents any parameter changes from taking
place unless the channel or map buttons are pushed.
...USE NOTE MESSAGES
TO AUTOMATICALLY TRIGGER RELAYS?
A Note On message (with nonzero velocity) will energize (pull
the output to external ground) the driver corresponding to the
note number. A Note Off message (Note On message with velocity
0), will deenergize (open the output of) the driver.
...RESET THE DRIVERS?
Press the ALLOFF key. All drivers will return to their deenergized
state. At power up all drivers are deenergized.
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