From the Synthesis Technology website:
The MOTM-730 is used to “divide down” an input signal (usually from a LFO or VCO) to produce multiple square wave outputs.
- Fixed output divisors are simultaneously available and phase-locked.
- Outputs are 0 to +5V square waves.
- Variable output with divisor under voltage control is independent of the fixed divider outs.
- Has RUN/STOP input for sync or driving all outputs low.
- Can sync to positive or negative edge of input clock.
- Unique ‘Half Divide’ mode where the divisors are 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, etc. on all outputs.
- Stepped CV out is a 8-step rising sawtooth that has 3 fixed step intervals.
The MOTM-730 fixed divisor outputs run independently of the variable (‘/N’) output. The large red LED display shows the divisor for the variable output. This divisor can be set by the INIT DIV panel control or by a control voltage/attenuator. The MOTM-730 does not generate pulses on its own. A CLOCK IN is required, but can be any waveform that is at least 0V to 2V peak. The ‘trip threshold’ for the clock input is ~ +0.75V, so the output of a MOTM-800 EG can be used to clock the module.
Here’s a photo of the back of the MOTM-730, mounted in one of my portable cabinets: