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    Just wanting to make sure it is OK to drive the Modulation input with a 0-9V signal. I know this will max out at 5V but just want to make sure this will not harm the flexmod.

    Also has anyone talked to Dr Lava recently? I have sent a couple PM over the last couple weeks and nothing.

    Larry

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    and another silly question, as we are talking flexmods here

    the ground from the 5v modulation signal (M) and the ground from the 12 or 9 or whatever (V+) power supply are supposed to be tied together on pad (G), right?

    sorry for hijacking the thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaNeK779 View Post
    and another silly question, as we are talking flexmods here

    the ground from the 5v modulation signal (M) and the ground from the 12 or 9 or whatever (V+) power supply are supposed to be tied together on pad (G), right?

    sorry for hijacking the thread

    Yes .

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    Yes, it's ok to drive the modulation up to 9 and even to 12V. In fact, up to 24V is you put a 1K ohm resistor in series on the input. Things have been busy lately, sorry for the delayed response.



    Lanek, yes that is correct.

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    [QUOTE=drlava;174307]Yes, it's ok to drive the modulation up to 9 and even to 12V. In fact, up to 24V is you put a 1K ohm resistor in series on the input. Things have been busy lately, sorry for the delayed response.

    So DrLava could you please answer my two PM's regarding the FB3 I sent in

    thanks
    Larry

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