Pico Logic comes equipped with two logic channels. Each features two signal inputs, an output and a switch plus LED for selecting an algorithm. Additional light emitting diodes visualize the module’s work. The input connectors are normalized in several ways, meaning the user is able to produce complex results in no time.
The following algorithms are available:
- SET-RESET (A gate signal at the first input generates a positive voltage (+5 V) at the output. It remains until a gate is detected at the second input.)
Pico Logic can be employed as a clock divider as well. In this mode, the first input is used to feed a clock to the module. A gate respectively trigger signal at the second connector resets the circuit. Several divisors ranging from 2 to 16 are selectable. (You’ll find a chart with all divisors in the manual.)
Two signal inputs (A / B)
3U Eurorack module, 3 HP wide, 35 mm deep
Power consumption: 22 mA at +12 V and 5 mA at -12 V