The 4 inputs AI1-AI4 are analogue inputs where variables or constants can be used in the calculations.
You can enter the formula for the calculation in the properties of the block. The four inputs are assigned as I1, I2, I3 and I4. The result of the calculation is output at AQ.
If an illegal mathematic operation is performed (for example division by 0) then an error message is output at TQ.
The formula block is useful for calculating the mean of values for example temperatures. To do this with the block you would add the temperatures and then divide by the total number of temperatures.
For example: (I1+I2+I3)/3
^: Raise to the power
PI: Value of Pi (~3.14)
ABS: Absolute value
SQRT: Square root
SINH: Hyperbolic sine
COSH: Hyperbolic cosine
TANH: Hyperbolic tangent
LN: Natural logarithm of a value (base e)
LOG: Common logarithm (base 10)
EXP: Exponential function
RAD: Radians (2PI)
DEG: Degrees (360°)
Level calculations, mean values, heating system calculations, etc.