Current: 118mA @ + 12V, 48mA @ -12V The current used by the USB device connected to this is added.Maximum supply current to USB device is 500mA Manual (English)
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The FH-2 is a MIDI-CV conversion / clock module with the following features
MIDI to CV conversion for polyphony and MPE
It can function as a USB MIDI host and device at the same time. The USB device side uses USB Type-C.MIDI BreakoutIt also supports MIDI with a 5-pin DIN by contacting with
Velocity-compatible trigger conversion
Clock generation and synchronization
The clock can be MIDI clock (in and out), analog clock (in and out), internal clock (BPM specified or tap tempo)
LFO generation (tempo sync possible)
Euclidean pattern generator
The FH-2 has 8 high precision CV outputs, and the output can increase the CV output up to 1 using the FHX-64 expander module (when using 7 FHX-1s. (FH-1 can also be used as an expander instead). AlsoFHX-8GTThe gate expander allows you to increase the number of gate / trigger / clock outputs by 64,Up to 128 outputsWill be
All module settings can be done on the main unit. You can also use the convenient web-based configuration tool. The tool communicates directly with the module using MIDI SysEx
Use with MIDI keyboard
By using multiple FHX-1's together, conversion for up to 16 polyphonic sounds is possible. Also supports arpeggios and keyboard splits.
Use with MPE controller
If you use multiple FHX-1s together, you can convert position and pressure information up to 16 touches.
Use with MIDI controller
Up to 1 MIDI information can be converted by using multiple FHX-64s together.
Use with Groove Box
You can also output the clock that divides the MIDI clock, Run / Stop trigger, etc.
Use with computer or iOS device
In addition to the usage described above, you can also change the settings with SysEx All of the above, plus SysEx for configuration of the FH-2.
Use as a clock generator
The FH-2 can act as the center of the clock for modular systems. Synchronous LFO etc. can be output standalone without USB connection.