The Logic Matrix, given some inputs determined by the Number of inputs property and some outputs determined by the Number of outputs property, forwards the value of a selected input to a selected output. The selection of inputs and outputs is decided by the value of two inputs, Input selector and Output selector.
The Data type property determines the inputs and outputs data type managed by the matrix; if it is set to 1 bit Boolean, the inputs and outputs are the standard connectors for all the logic nodes as explained here, otherwise the Inverted property on the connectors won't be available.

Input and Ouput selectors

These connectors have two properties to define their behaviour:

  • Default control value It indicates the default input/output with a number [0-255] representing the 0-base index of the input/output.
  • Update every control value If enabled in the Input selector, outputs will be updated for every value received by the Input selector. If disabled, outputs will be refreshed only when the selected input receives a new value or, if this property is enabled in the Output selector, when the Output selector receives a new value.