Math Computation Modules

Math computation modules are signal conditioning instruments that perform a wide variety of advanced transfer functions on sensor inputs and process current or voltage signals. The processed output signal is available as a scaled DC voltage/current output or frequency/pulse-width modulated output. Typical applications include calculating a sum, delta, average, flow rate, volume, weight, power, and other scaled or computed variables. The math/computation equations are entered into configuration software in a freeform format, the same as in most popular spreadsheet programs. A simulator screen provides instant feedback to test equations and see the output response before actual installation. Math Functions: • Add, subtract, multiply, divide • Square root, exponential (en) and power (Xn) • Logarithmic (natural and base 10) • Sine, cosine, tangent, and inverse • Absolute value • Minimum/maximum • Conditional arguments and Boolean logic (if, then, else, and, or, >, <, , =,<=,/>=) • Input scaling • High/low signal selector or discriminator • Track and hold  

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    892M, 894M: DC Voltage/Current Output Math Module

    • 2 or 4 input channels, 0 to 20mA DC, 0 to 10V DC (selectable ranges)
    • 0 to 20mA DC, 0 to 10V DC (selectable ranges) output
    • 10-36V DC power
    • Software configured, computes arithmetic operations, evaluates conditional and Boolean arguments, executes track & hold functions
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    895M, 896M: DC Input, Frequency Output Math Module

    • 0 to 20mA DC, 0 to 10V DC (selectable ranges), 896M 2 channels input
    • 0 to 10KHz, 0 to 36,000 counts/hr Frequency output, 896M 2 channels
    • Solid-state relay (60V DC @ 500mA) control output
    • 10-36V DC power
    • Software configured, ideal for integrator/totalizer applications, computes arithmetic operations, conditional arguments, track & hold functions
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