I have three older LFO units, two with old sockets and one with new sockets. They all have the same unexpected behaviors with regard to their square and pulse waves, which appear to be undocumented in the Wiki? I thought I'd document it here and ask if it's normal.
The SQUARE wave only works properly when the switch is set to TRIANGLE. If it's set to SAW, on two of my LFOs the square wave turns into a delta or garbage; and on the other LFO it's twice the speed but skips here and there. Basically it doesn't work on SAW.
The PULSE wave is twice the speed when the switch is set to SAW than when it is set to TRIANGLE.
Is this normal? Is it documented somewhere and I missed it? It's consistent for three LFOs over two generations. It seems the Wiki should be saying something about it.
Piggybacking on the topic. I have two 2lfo and they both act the same way. The square wave (top LFO, not the one with the pulse width) high signal is double one one of my modules and four times the the duration on another, as the low signal. The shape will only shorten the low signal. This leads me to believe both are not calibrated correctly.
I'm trying to figure out how to get a square wave that has equal high and low output to control an on/off signal for one of the 3VCSwitch channels. Is this possible?