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USB-microMIDICable v1.0 $10.52US
 
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This 60 cm (2 ft) cable enables you to send MIDI messages from a USB-microDig with firmware v7.2 or v7.1 directly to MIDI hardware. Configure the USB-microDig by connecting it to a computer with the USB cable, then attach the USB-microMIDICable and send MIDI messages to MIDI gear. Power the USB-microDig from a USB port on a computer, a USB-microGlobalAdapter or a USB powerbank.

Operating instructions for a USB-microDig with firmware v7.2

  1. Connect the USB-microDig to a computer with the standard USB cable.
  2. Configure the sensor inputs with our EditorX v7.20 software.
  3. Disconnect the USB-microDig from the computer.
  4. Connect the USB-microDig to the USB-microMIDICable instead of the standard USB cable.
  5. Connect the USB plug of the cable to a USB port on a computer, a USB-microGlobalAdapter or a USB powerbank. The red LED should be steady on. The yellow LED should light up each time a MIDI message is output.
  6. Connect the MIDI part of the cable to the MIDI input of the MIDI hardware device you want to send MIDI messages to.

Operating instructions for a USB-microDig with firmware v7.1

  1. Connect the USB-microDig to a computer with the standard USB cable.
  2. Configure the sensor inputs with our EditorX v7.10 or Editor (MacOS / Windows) software.
  3. Quit the Editor or EditorX software, as well as the Connect (MacOS / Windows) software, if you were using it.
  4. Run the MIDIEnabler software and connect the USB-microDig to the software by selecting the entry named "SLAB_USBtoUART".
  5. Enable the USB-microDig for use with the USB-microMIDICable.
  6. Disconnect the USB-microDig from the computer.
  7. Connect the USB-microDig to the USB-microMIDICable instead of the standard USB cable.
  8. Connect the USB plug of the cable to a USB port on a computer, a USB-microGlobalAdapter or a USB powerbank. The red LED should be steady on.The green LED on the USB-microDig will blink continuously to indicate it's MIDI enabled.
  9. Connect the MIDI part of the cable to the MIDI input of the MIDI hardware device you want to send MIDI messages to. The yellow LED should light up each time a MIDI message is output.

This page was updated on Saturday 04 February 2017.
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