The Zlob Modular Diode Chaos is a 3HP analog chaotic low frequency voltage generator. It’s a uniquely designed module that has never existed as an electronic music instrument until now. The module design is based on a circuit from a paper called “A simple chaotic circuit with a light-emitting diode” written by Volos, Wang, Jafari, and Kapitaniak.
Diode Chaos produces 3 phases of interrelated morphing voltages including a chaotic trigger out. The range is around 30 seconds a cycle up to audio rate. The frequency is controlled by the RATE knob. Each output exhibits different behaviour at different rate settings. X,Y, and Z outs like to stay in the 4vpp range although at different RATE settings the outs can reach 10vpp. The TRIG out chaotically releases 0-10v triggers although sometimes it will spit out smaller voltage peaks.
LED soldermask windows provide constant display of positive and negative voltage crossings.
Diode Chaos – Assembly Guide
- Width: 3HP
- Panel Material: Aluminum
- Current Consumption: +12v: 10mA, -12v: 10mA
- Ships with M3 black nylon screws
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