Sw (Switch) Module

Switches output between one of two Value inputs. Available in Short version, with the 3rd input hidden.

Blue Button: Changes mode between Gate switching (button out) and Trigger switching (button in).

Inputs:

Green LED (Logical Input): Selector switch, selects between the two value inputs. In Gate mode, the first value input is selected when Off, the second when On. In Trigger mode, input selection is changed on each new trigger. If Trigger mode, the start trigger (TStart, generated on startup, file load and when Run/Start is clicked to Run) selects the first value input. The Green LED indicates the switch status: Off for the first value input, On for the second.

Red LED (Value Inputs): These inputs are routed to the output unchanged. The active input is indicated by the highlighted red LED.

In the Short version, the 3rd input is hidden, but it can be reached by clicking on the red LED to the left of the 2nd input. The mouse cursor will change from an arrow to an arrow with a question mark to indicate the availability of the hidden input.

Value Output:

Swc X: The unchanged value of the selected input.

LSw (Logical Switch Module)

Switches output between one of two Logical inputs. Available in Short version, with the 3rd input hidden.

Blue Button: Changes mode between Gate switching (button out) and Trigger switching (button in).

Inputs:

Green LED (Logical Input): Selector switch, selects between the two value inputs. In Gate mode, the first value input is selected when Off, the second when On. In Trigger mode, input selection is changed on each new trigger. If Trigger mode, the start trigger (TStart, generated on startup, file load and when Run/Start is clicked to Run) selects the first value input. The Green LED indicates the switch status: Off for the first switched input, On for the second.

Red LED (Logical Inputs): These inputs are routed to the output unchanged. The active input is indicated by the highlighted red LED.

In the Short version, the 3rd input is hidden, but it can be reached by clicking on the red LED to the left of the 2nd input. The mouse cursor will change from an arrow to an arrow with a question mark to indicate the availability of the hidden input.

Logical Output:

LSw X: The unchanged value of the selected input.

Sel (Select) Module

Selects one value input to be sent to the value output.

Inputs: This module has one selector value input plus a variable number of switched value inputs, from 2 to 12, set when the module is created during the Layout process.

Sel (Select Value): Selects among the switch value inputs. A value of 0 selects the first switch input, 1 selects the 2nd, etc., up to the number of switch inputs showing, then it wraps around. For example, in the 3 input module pictured, the first input would be selected by a value of 0, 3, 6, etc. The selected input is indicated by the highlighted red LED.

Red LED (Value Inputs): These inputs are routed to the output unchanged. The active input is indicated by the highlighted red LED.

Value Output:

Sel X: The unchanged value of the selected input.

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