The three inputs of each section analyze which digital states are present at the inputs. The inputs are normalized (1->2->3) so it's possible to work with less than three input signals.
In each section three outputs of logic functions are available simultaneously:
- AND: Output goes "high" when all inputs are "high".
- OR: Output goes "high" when at least one input is "high".
- XOR: Output goes "high" when a odd number of inputs is "high" and the rest is "low".
The logic inverters can change the aforementioned functions into NAND, NOR and NEXOR.
n.b. a logic inverter turns a "0" into a "1" and vice versa. It does invert the logic state, not the voltage value (i.e. +5V will not turn into -5V).
per logic section: 3 inputs, AND output, OR output, XOR output
per logic inverter: input, output
3U Eurorack module, 8HP wide, 50mm deep
power consumption: 40mA at +12V and 20mA at -12V