Clock Out outputs a pulse each time a step on the Knit Rider changes (1 step = 4 substeps). It also has an indicatior LED.
The Reset socket acts as an output or input, depending on whether the Knit Rider is master or slave. In master mode, the reset outputs a pulse each time you press the start stop button. In slave mode, it acts as an input. When it detects a pulse, the sequencer goes to its first step (it will play the first step with the first incoming clock pulse).
An additional feature of this expander is a 3-way passive multiple with clock inverter. The lower 3 connectors are simple passive multiples.
The uppermost connector outputs an inverted version of the signal in the passive multiple. The inversion is done with a 2.5V threshold (0V or lower becomes 5V and 5V and higher becomes 0V).
One DIY Kit contains:
- All necessary components
- Oak wood panel
- screws to mount you module in your rack
- Printed product manual
- Supercool bastl sticker
- Tons of soldering fun!
Assembly difficulty: EASY
- Complete assembly guide – (PDF v1.1, PDF v1.0)
- Bill of Materials – Googledocs
- Schematics and board diagram – PDF
- User manual – PDF
- powered from the Knit Rider module
- with the expander connected the final current
draw of the Knit Rider is: +12: <40mA