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This is reincarnation of POT32 discontinued in 2010. Apart from similar functionality it adds MIDI merging input, and more flexibility, thanks to new processor used. It takes 32 analog voltage sources and converts them into MIDI. Those may be potentiometers, or external voltages. There's also one scanner input, so it can be further expanded, up to 96 analog inputs, and 126 contacts (like keyboards). Typical application is MIDI controller for Ableton, Reason, and many more virtual instruments, DAWs etc.
The MPOT32 master controller has 2 connectors for potentiometers (20-pin), 1 connector for scanners (4-pin), two for MIDI cables (3-pin), and green screw terminal block for power supply. Each black connector contains 16 analog inputs, and 2 pairs of +5/GND pins, usable when you want to use potentiometers - they are for end leads of the pots. Here's schematics for potentiometers connection. Both 20-pin headers have identical pinout:
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POT12 extension module with 12 analog inputs, up to 5 can work with one MPOT32
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KEYPAD programing keypad for all MIDI settings
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