The standard model handles monotonic functions such as root extraction and power functions.

The Adtech Model ALM-00-042 Analog Linearizer Module (see picture for ALM 00) offers an accurate and economical means of converting whole or fractional power functions into linear outputs such as linear flow outputs from flumes and weirs. It provides a standard process current or voltage signal output with a maximum of 10mV P/P output ripple.

10-segment breakpoint linearizer, Option O42, provides easy calibration with each segment allowing an increase or decrease of slope with the center position of the potentiometer providing a gain of one.

The Adtech Model ALM-00-O43 Analog Linearizer Module (see picture for ALM 00) offers an accurate and economical means of converting whole or fractional power functions into linear outputs such as linear flow outputs from flumes and weirs. It provides a standard process current or voltage signal output with a maximum of 10 mV P/P output ripple.

Option O43 provides logarithmic functions on a continuous calculation method and the output may be the log of input or antilog of input.

The Adtech Model AXB 53 Analog Multiplier Module (see ASM 54 for picture) provides an accurate and economical means of accepting two process inputs and multiplying one by the other. It provides a standard process current or voltage signal output with a maximum of 10 mV P/P output ripple that represents the computation.

The AXB 53 offers an easy and practical way of interfacing process signals to a computer system or other instrumentation for improved resolution.

Recalibration to other desired ranges is accomplished easily.

The MDB 52 provides standard process current or voltage signals on the output with a maximum of 10 mV P/P output ripple. Recalibration to other desired ranges is accomplished easily.

The Adtech Model PSM 57 Pulse Summing Module ( MDB 52 for picture) provides an accurate and economical means of adding (summing or counting up) multiple contact closure or pulse rate inputs to a single output pulse rate representing the sum of the inputs. The PSM 57 may also be configured to subtract multiple inputs.

The PSM 57 is supplied with three of the four inputs "A, B and C", each set up for two decades of scaling per input as standard with no scaling for input "D". The minimum "discrimination time" between input pulses is 0.01 milliseconds.