FlipFlop Edge is the brother of the FlipFlop Counter and FlipFlop Switcher, the Edge works off a rising or falling edge to select either the Flip or Flop.
The main In will control the Flip or Flop state based on if it's raising or falling.
Threshold, the Raising effects how high the raising signal has to be before taking effect.
The Falling effects how low the falling signal has to be before taking effect.
Technical note. when the Raising is set to -5 it really is set to -10 billion in the background to capture any raising voltage above that.
when the Falling is set to 5 it really is set to 10 billion in the background to capture any falling voltage below that.
1 x Random button, 2 x Constant Knobs (A and B), 2 x Inputs (A and B), 2 x Outputs (X and Y), 4 x switch positions (Flip and Flop) that allow for many different configurations.
Both A and B in Flip or Flop mode have the option of sending their output to X, or Y, or X and Y, or to block it (Off).
Common setup, Flip mode, A to X and B to Y, then when switched to Flop mode, A to Y and B to X, basically a crossover switch.
If nothing is set to go either X or Y you have an option of sending out 0 volts or the last know voltage (track and hold).
Note: The (A) Random Button, Constant Knob and Input port are chained together, so the values are summed.
The (B) Constant Knobs and Input Port are chained together, so the values are summed.
Build #3: Bugfix, A Flip to Y was not selectable.
Added Thresholds to the raising and falling signal
Build #02 Public Release