The ARM is an analog rescaling module which accepts an analog voltage or current and rescales it to another voltage or current. Several preset ranges are jumper selectable. Trimmer potentiometers can then be used to make fine adjustments on output ranges for maximum flexibility.
The ARM can attenuate an input signal to 100%. The ARM also has an adjustable gain and offset. The output gain can be adjusted anywhere from 1 to 25 times the input. The offset of the output can be adjusted anywhere from ± .25 to ± 20 volts.
The ARM also has the ability to reverse a signal. The ARM also has a regulated DC power supply output to power sensors. By using voltage divider applications, the ARM can also accept a resistance input.