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Analogue Modular System A-
Voltage Addressed T&H
The digital output of the currently addressed step outputs "high", the remaining digital outputs are low.
Instead of voltage control, a clock/reset controlled addressing of the active step is possible. The rising edge of each clock signal causes an advance to the next state. The rising edge of the reset signal resets to step 1.
The sum of the voltages coming from the manual Address control and the CV input define the currently addressed step of the 3 sub-
Note: In contrast to the Sample&Hold (see S&H A-
The "Common T&H Input" socket can be normalled by jumpers to the "Common Switches In/Out" socket, i.e. the common T&H input is connected to the common switches In/out socket as long as no plug is inserted to the "Common T&H Input". This allows a multiplexed T&H, i.e. each T&H output has a separate signal to be sampled. It is also possible to modify the T&H outputs for S&H function. If S&H (Sample&Hold) is chosen the voltage applied to the common input is sampled immediately when the output in question is adressed. T&H (Track&Hold) is similar but in this case the output follows the input as long as the output in question is addressed. The voltage is stored not until another output is selected.