Behringer fs112v footswitch details required please.

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Behringer fs112v footswitch details required please.

Postby deltafred » 28 Nov 2012, 13:32

I recently scored a Behringer LX1-B Bass V-Amp cheap on fleabay but it doesn't have the 2 button FS112v (or FS112V-2) footswitch with it.

The footswitch has an attached cable with a 1/4" stereo jack (TSR).

Does anyone know how the footwsitch is wired internally (schematic) or have one they can post gutshots please.

I know it has a couple of momentary action switches and not much else so it is going to be pretty simple.

Thanks.
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Postby FiveseveN » 28 Nov 2012, 19:18

I have one. Momentary microswitches indeed, with parallel debouncing caps IIRC. The DOWN button shorts tip to sleeve, the UP shorts ring to sleeve.
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Re: Behringer fs112v footswitch details required please.

Postby deltafred » 28 Nov 2012, 20:11

FiveseveN wrote:I have one. Momentary microswitches indeed, with parallel debouncing caps IIRC. The DOWN button shorts tip to sleeve, the UP shorts ring to sleeve.


Thanks very much, just what I needed. :hug:
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