Engl Z-15 MIDI Footcontroller
Guitar Amplifier Footswitches
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This flexible amp controller empowers your foot.
The Engl Z-15 MIDI footswitch includes ports for 2 continuous controllers (expression pedals) and 4 additional loops/switches to switch channels. Switches 128 patch changes and 4 controller changes simultaneously. 3-digit display. Housed in a fetching stainless steel chassis.
- 128 MIDI patches
- Selects MIDI channels 1 to 16
- Two inputs
- Variable transmission rate
- Four switch loops
Z-15 MIDI Footcontroller Specifications:
- Power supply: 9 to 13 volts AC or 9 to 15 volts DC, approx. 300 mA
Logic control system
Processor, software: T89C51AC2 with internal 32 K Flash for source code,
integrated 2 K memory (EEPROM) and 10-bit A/D
Basic channels: Asynchronous date protocol compliant with the MIDI standard, Channel 1 - 16 (0hx - Fhx) in accordance with the MIDI specification, Display reads >1< to >16<
Program change: Program numbers 001 - 128 (0hx - 7Fhx) in accordance with the MIDI specification, Display reads >001< to >128<
Controller number: Controller numbers 000 - 127 (0hx - 7Fhx) in accordance with the MIDI specification, Display reads >000< to >127<
Controller values: Controller values 000 - 127 (0hx - 7Fhx) in accordance with the MIDI specification, Display reads >0< to >127<
Controller send intervals: 10 ms, 20 ms, 30 ms and 50 ms intervals between individual data frames
Switch Loops 1-4: Switching current: 1A max., switching voltage: 100 volts switching power: 15 watts max. response time: < 1ms; Function: Loop open - Loop closed; shared GND terminal on the stereo jack
Expression pedal: Reference voltage at the two ports: 3 volts; Control element: passive potentiometer with 5 or 10 kOhm resistance (20 kOhm maximum)
Height with buttons: 55mm
Weight: approx. 3 kg
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Comments about Engl Z-15 MIDI Footcontroller:
Purchased a Engl E670 Special AMP and found you really do need a midi controller to operate the beast. After reading up on MIDI, I decided to purchase the factory unit to make it easy as possible. Talking to others, Engl was not easy to get working with 3rd party controllers. Started reading the manual and pout it down. Read the manual on the AMP for SAVE MIDI on a patch and pressed the button and worked the first time. Way too easy. ENGL Rocks!!!