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2014-11-23 00:55  
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Divider_circuit_using_an_AD533_multiplier_divider_chip
Divider circuit using an AD533 multiplier/divider chip. Set all pots at midrange. With Z equal to zero volts, trim Zo to hold the output constant as X is varied from -10 volts DO to - 1 volt DC. With Z equal to zero volts and X equal to - 10 volts DC trim Yo for zero volts DC. With Z equal to X or -X trim Xo for the minimum worst-case variations as X is varied from -10 volts DC to -1 volt DC. With Z equal to X or-X trim the gain for the closest average approach to ±10volts DC output as X is varied from -10 volts DC to -3 volts DC (courtesy Analog Devices, Inc.).