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|Height||0.95" / 24.13mm|
|Width||0.987" / 25.07mm|
|Power Consumption||Engaged: ~3mA, Bypassed: ~0.0009mA|
The Griffin Effects DPDT Relay switching uses a microprocessor to activate a DPDT relay. It uses a momentary switch to activate/deactivate so there isn't any switch pop (depending on what switch you use). We recoomend our super quiet "soft touch" momentary switch so there isn't any switch pop (mechanical or true bypass related) giving you studio-quiet operation.
SPST "Soft-Touch" Switch: Add To Cart
Don't forget an LED. It can power a 3mm or 5mm: http://www.griffineffects.com/372-led-and-lamps
The GE DPDT Relay includes an LED option which is switched by the microprocessor which isolates it from the circuit so there isn't any pop caused by an LED or any special circuit needed to incorporate the LED.
The GE DPDT Relay is designed to easily replace any SPDT or DPDT with a silent switching solution. It can also be used to improve reliability and performance for effects already employing true bypass via a 3pdt switch. Since it uses a momentary switch, the GE DPDT Relay is great for true bypassing Boss, Ibanez, etc. pedals using the stock bypass switch of the Ibanez or Boss pedal so there isn't any trying to fit big switches and you maintain the stock look.
The GE DPDT Relay can be used for other switching situations like making an A/B box, alternating between two effects with one step of the switch, and can be used in true bypass strips. One switch can also operate more than one GE DPDT circuit board. Pretty much anywhere a SPDT or DPDT can be used, GE DPDT can be used. At less than 1" square (0.95x 0.987 inches/24.13x 25.0698 mm) it will fit just about anywhere and with a relay that is rated at 100 million switches, you may never have to replace the switch again!
The difference between the GE DPDT and the Silent Step is the Silent Step was designed specifically for true bypassing a pedal. This means the input is grounded when the pedal is in bypass and there isn't a solder pad for each leg of the relay. The GE DPDT has one pad connected to each relay leg so it can be used just like a normal DPDT switch without cutting any traces.
Any NO momentary switch should work. This allows us to use the stock Boss, Ibanez, DOD, etc. momentary switches so you maintain the stock look of the pedal and don't have to figure out how to mount a switch.