It can be very useful to know the voltage being
produced by any module within the Integrator. This can help you to refine
your patches, and to check that modules are responding as you think they
The RS190 offers a single CV input that accepts and
displays audio and CV signals in the ranges +/-5V and 0V to +10V.
CV Signal Switch
You may use this to select between10 CVs (DC and
very low frequency signals) and audio.
The module responds to DC and slowly varying signals, thus allowing you to
see the fluctuations in voltages created by devices such as envelope
The meter responds to, and displays the RMS value of AC signals. This means
that it is optimised for measuring the amplitudes of audio signals.
The meter does not respond to incoming signals.
The RS190 offers two outputs. These carry identical
signals, except that the phase of one is inverted with respect to the other.
This outputs a signal identical to that received at the CV/Sig Input.
This outputs a signal that is inverted with respect to that received at the
To calibrate the RS190 you should disconnect any
inputs and position the needle at 0V using the white nylon screw.