MCHP16 Non Linear

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The MCHP16 Non Linear palette:

Symbol Description
Mchp16 nonlinear product.png The result of this block is the multiplication or division of its inputs. The Number and the Operation done on each input are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear division.png The result of this block is the multiplication or division of its inputs. The Number and the Operation done on each input are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear exponential.png If u is the input, the block returns au, where a is the internal parameter.
Mchp16 nonlinear inverse.png This block returns the inverse of the input.
Mchp16 nonlinear abs.png This returns the absolute value of the input. The internal parameter specifies if the zero-crossing option has been selected.
Mchp16 nonlinear sign.png This returns the sign of the input. The internal parameter specifies if the zero-crossing option has been selected.
Mchp16 nonlinear min.png This block returns the minimum or maximum value of the input. The Operation (min or max), the Zero-crossing option, and the Number of inputs are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear max.png This block returns the minimum or maximum value of the input. The Operation (min or max), the Zero-crossing option, and the Number of inputs are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear saturation.png This block implements a saturation. The Upper and Lower limits, and the zero-crossing option are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear deadband.png This block specifies a deadband zone, which is specified using the internal parameters. The Zero-crossing option can also be specified as internal parameter.
Mchp16 nonlinear hysteresis.png This block implements an hysteresis. The start and end of Hysteresis, the two values of the output, and the Zero-crossing option are specified as internal parameters.
Mchp16 nonlinear backlash.png (empty description)
Mchp16 nonlinear ratelimiter.png (empty description)
Mchp16 nonlinear mathexpr.png This block allows the computation of a generic Scilab expression, specified as input parameter.
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