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List of Eurorack module's depth
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felix
A list to compile the depth of Eurorack modules.

Livewire
Frequensteiner - 1.50" (38.1mm)
Dual Cyclotron - 2.25" (57.15mm)

Plan B
Model 28 - 2.50" (63.5mm)
Model 15 - 1.75" (44.45mm) (MKII, MKI is much deeper)
Model 14 - 3.75" (95.25mm)

The Harvestman
Tyme Sefari - 2.00" (50.8mm)
Malgorithm - 1.50" (38.1mm)

Doepfer
The Doepfer module depths can be found at their "planner" Excel file: http://www.doepfer.de/pub/a100_sys.xls (thanks fits)
flts
The Doepfer module depths can be found at their "planner" Excel file: http://www.doepfer.de/pub/a100_sys.xls
dougcl
Deepest module I've got is a PAiA MIDI2CV8, okay so this is frac, but I had a euro faceplate made for it. In my G6 Doepfer rack, it has to go on the far left so the module PCB has room to extend slightly past the edge of the Doepfer busboard.
Muff Wiggler
damn good idea Felix
felix
updated with a few that are currently easy to measure without removing, thanks to some holes in my system.
wetterberg
In inches? Eurorack? Are you kidding me? hihi j/k . Anyway, things are changing now a bit, what with the Blacet euro faceplates, since Blacet units are very deep, are they not?
felix
wetterberg wrote:
In inches? Eurorack? Are you kidding me? hihi j/k . Anyway, things are changing now a bit, what with the Blacet euro faceplates, since Blacet units are very deep, are they not?

Oh yeah, haha, metric would make sense huh? I'll dig out the conversion dashboard widget and work it out.

Yeah, the Miniwave board apparently extends so far it can touch the bus board, so you have to mount it someplace where the bus board would not be in the way or between power connectors.
https://www.muffwiggler.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=7667#7667
wetterberg
As an aside, that dashboard widget has got to be crowned one of the coolest apps in the world.
dkcg
I didn't make any measurements, but the MFB SEQ-01 and Drum-2 (and I suspect the rest of the drums) are my shallowest modules. Can't be much more than half the thickness of the Dual Cyclotron.
wetterberg
felix,

here's a way of simplifying the doepfer thing - for me there's no more need for that clunky spreadsheet:

felix
Nice! Thanks Wetterberg!!! w00t
king fonk
Livewire
AFG: 59mm (2.3")
Dalek: 50mm (2")
Vulcan: 50mm (2")
Dual Bissell: 50mm (2")

Elby Designs
CGS735 Synthacon Filter: 80mm (3.125")

ASys
RS-95(e): 65mm (2.56")
blungo2
Plan B Model 15
Mk I rev 1.3 is 104mm deep, 4.1"
leere
how about depth of analogue solutions (like the SY02 and HP01) ?
kopplog
I read through this thread and would like to ask:

will 210mm be enough from rails to the back-bottom
including also bus-boards and power-transformer
you guess?
wetterberg
that depends;
where are you putting the rails?
Which rails are you using?
Which transformer are you using?
And where are you putting that?
Which modules are you putting in it?
How deep are they?
metasonix
Metasonix: ~ 25mm not counting the Doepfer power connector.
If you modify them for +-15v, add the height of the power resistors.
Cat-A-Tonic
So am I right in thinking that the deepest manufactured Euro module
(aside from Blacet and other 'foreign' format modules that people have modified for Euro)
is a little over 100mm (4 inches) deep?
dude
makenoise qmmg + maths?
malekko/wiard noisering?
f(h) SoS?
motm e350 morphing t?
dude
asys rs600 performance wheels? anyone?
megamouse
DOEPFER
A-190-2 40mm (1 9/16 inches)
A-111-5 35mm (1 1/4 inches)

MAKE NOISE
Maths 14mm (1/2 inch)

I just measured them with a ruler so give or take a few Millimeters seriously, i just don't get it
modularplanner
I think I'm going to start adding this stat to the planner, so if people want to post more depths here of their modules I'll get them added. I'll be using millimeters for measurement.
ST UF FLI N EAR
TipTop Audio Z5000 = 84mm / 3.3"
eXode
But this begs the question, which case is the deepest? smile
worker8
suitandtieguy wrote:
.VCA and .MIX are 2" deep, and the .COM is 2.5" deep.
worker8
suitandtieguy wrote:
i actually don't have a .BAM here but it's probably 2 inches as well.
worker8
Bananalogue VCS : 72mm
BrotherTheo
Gravity Well: 35mm
bkbirge
Note to self: read this thread before I build another DIY case. Grrrr. Damn A-190 now I gotta shim you.
mark_snipz
would be good to see this resource updated by manufacturers a bit more!

am into shallow depth modules for my 'lil skiff...

intelligel, synthworks, etc are you out there?!
bkbirge
STG PLF euro is quite deep, about as deep as the A190 I'd say.
Monobass
Is there a thread anywhere which deals with the external module depth.. i.e. from front panel to top of knobs? I searched but couldn't find one.. so I may start one.

I'm guessing Metasonix and joysticks are the main offenders?
cathartech
STG post-lawsuit low pass filter: 10.5cm deep.
synthomaniac
Synovatron CV Tools 52mm (2.05")
ssilk
hi!

new to the forum, just picked up my first eurorack case from Shawn @ AH

curious as to whether some of the metasonix tube modules will protrude too far for this case to accommodate...
subbasshead
Am planning a skiff/boat so been measuring up & checking depths....
FWIW heres a few that will float my boat

A154 - 80mm
A155 - 40mm
FOH Choices - 36mm
Plan B M28 - 63.5mm
A179 Light controller - 40mm
A178 Theremin - 40mm



And one that wont
ASol SQ8 - 95mm
komyta
Analogue Solutions BD88 : 70mm
Analogue Solutions RS88 : 65mm
Doepfer A-182-1 : 18mm
Intellijel Designs uMod : 41mm
Tiptop Audio Z2040 : 42 mm
Parametex
It would be _great_ if the OP would gather all the info in this post to the first post!

Px
z3r01
I know that this thread has been pretty silent for a few months but I really have some burning questions to ask. Firstly, could someone please let me know what is the mounting depth of the Hertz Donut and also, what is the front depth of the Hertz Donut (panel to top of knobs)? I have searched everywhere but to no avail. very frustrating
z3r01
I finally got the answer, thanks to a fellow wiggler.

The depth of the Hertz Donut is approximately 32mm. Mr. Green
jze
how about the Elby-design CGS721 Super Psycho LFO?
jimmyedgar
so , is it safe to say that most modules will fit in the MAKENOISE skiff?
abstractjuz
Abstract Data: ADE-10 Reactive Shaper

Depth (From top of front panel to bottom of IDC connector - with no cable attached): 35mm / 1.38"

There's a complete spec on the Abstract Data website and in the ADE-10 manual.
conscious
Can someone give us the depths of these modules?

make noise Brains
make noise Pressure Points
make noise rene
FOH choices
zdarma
conscious wrote:
Can someone give us the depths of these modules?

make noise Brains
make noise Pressure Points
make noise rene
FOH choices


Rene is about 25mm, less than 30
Choices depth is on page 2 of this thread (36mm)
bookishninja
How much room do power supplying boards take up, and how much room should be between the bus boards and the modules? Particularly the Tiptop and Doepfer style power supply.
Cynthia
New Zeroscillator MARK II Euro Depth

Shipping in a few weeks, the whole re-engineering process has taken months
in addition to higher reliability and improved tracking and calibration methods...

The Mark I Euro Zeroscillator had a four PCB Engine Assembly which has
been replaced with a single Surface Mount Engine Board which slims the depth of the entire module down to less than two inches deep.

Actually, the whole Mark II Zeroscillator is now only one and seven/eighths of an inch in total depth. (this is 1.875" inches, or 47.6mm)

Fits just about every case out there!
construct09
A-199 tank Height?
SvenskLjudporr
just found this... magnificent compilation! Great work!
http://eurorackdb.com/node/h_module_list
paperboycalle
Ahhrg, couldnt find the depth of th Analogue Solutions 6HP EG. Anyone?

http://www.noisebug.net/site/analoguesolutions/index.cfm?ID=61

Thanks a lot in advance.
primemover
Piston Honda, with and without expander? Anyone? Metric preferebly.
TruantMonk
MOTM

E350 = 47mm
E560 = 32.5mm
E340 = 47mm

Source: modularsquare.com
noobyscooby
How much difference do you think .6 millimeters would make in a makenoise skiff? I have one coming and the makenoise skiff says it can take modules up to 1.75 inches which is 44.4 mm but I'd like to put a dual trigger delay in it eventually which is 45mm or 1.77165 inches. Would this be doable?
pr0t0
noobyscooby wrote:
How much difference do you think .6 millimeters would make in a makenoise skiff? I have one coming and the makenoise skiff says it can take modules up to 1.75 inches which is 44.4 mm but I'd like to put a dual trigger delay in it eventually which is 45mm or 1.77165 inches. Would this be doable?

Yes, on the sides you can get it deeper. I have an ES3(53mm) and ES5 (49mm) on my makenoise case. It was tuff to fit, but its doable.
revoltcrews
curious. i'm starting out. i chose to get a Monorocket MX104 case.
on the monorocket blog it says:
-Internal Depth base - 2.0 (avg - except for area above PSU)
-Internal Depth lid - 2.0

i have a Doepfer A-192-2 module coming in the mail which says: 55mm depth. is this going to fit properly?
negativspace
55mm = 2.17" so it may be a little tight... you'll get to see how much tolerance there is in that 2.0" spec. hihi
revoltcrews
are there wee bit taller screws ?
i could insert a .17 shim...
revoltcrews
just measured skiff part of my case and from rail to bottom is 2.5"...
doepfer a1922 will fit perfect. nice 8_)
Greenbacker
Anybody know about the new Eowave Titan stuff? Looking at the Zone BF specifically. seriously, i just don't get it
Greenbacker
construct09 wrote:
A-199 tank Height?


About 2 years late but mine measures at about 35mm without the rubber gasket things. Some double sided tape on top of that too.
oscillateur
Greenbacker wrote:
Anybody know about the new Eowave Titan stuff? Looking at the Zone BF specifically. seriously, i just don't get it


I have a Zone B.F. and it fits in a Pittsburgh Cell90 case which is kind of a skiff design.
Greenbacker
oscillateur wrote:
Greenbacker wrote:
Anybody know about the new Eowave Titan stuff? Looking at the Zone BF specifically. seriously, i just don't get it


I have a Zone B.F. and it fits in a Pittsburgh Cell90 case which is kind of a skiff design.



Amazing! Exactly what I was hoping to do (put a Zone BF in a Cell90). Thanks!
Zon
Can anybody inform me of the depths of some FOH modules? Specifically IMP, SOS and PB.
Summa
Zon wrote:
Can anybody inform me of the depths of some FOH modules? Specifically IMP, SOS and PB.


SOS 50mm according to EuroDB
Zon
Thank you oops
AAG
This should be sticky!
chris_g
Anyone know the depth of the Eowave capsule titan set? looking to throw all those modules into a skiff then add some other ones for variety, can't find any of the depths online though
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