Rakit GO! is the name of another mobile 2HP Eurorack power supply that works with classic power banks. Already on the Superbooth 2019, the Polish company Polyend has presented the Anyware module, which also supplies power via a power bank.
Probably we will see in the next weeks/months many musicians with mini Eurorack systems on the beach or on the mountains. Maybe it will become the next Instagram hit: modular systems in front of the sea… 😉
The maximum current ratings are: +12V @ 500mA, -12V @ 300mA and 5V depends on the overall system current but can be disconnected via a rear jumper (these ratings are achievable with a 5V/2.4A supply/power bank). So do not attach too many or modules that consume a lot of power, you have only 500mA on +12V.
According to the developer, an Anker Powercore 20100 works with the GO! flawlessly and can power a small rig (48HP to 84HP) for over 8 hours. At full load, a 20000mAh power bank should last around 5 hours. Of course, all depends on how power-hungry your modules are but recent Mutable Instruments modules are very power friendly.
The connection to the power bank is made with a USB-C port. Rakit supplies here a high-quality USB-C cable so that there are no disturbances or problems.
- GO! Module
- 18W High Quality USB C Cable
- 16 way ribbon cable
- 2 x M3 Screws
Rakit GO! is available now with a bus-board for £120 and without for £105.
More information here: Rakit