reset pulse

reset pulse

[′rē‚set ‚pəls]
(electronics)
A drive pulse that tends to reset a magnetic cell in the storage section of a digital computer.
A pulse used to reset an electronic counter to zero or to some predetermined position.
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Selectable reset pulse of 400 or 800 milliseconds allows for flexible initializing.
In reset mode, it issues a reset pulse to reset all the counters to zero.
This new family of reset timers is designed with a variety of delay times for resetting mobile devices and product options that provide both fixed and selectable delays, single- or dual-button reset, and fixed or variable reset pulse widths.
LinkZero-AX can be re-awakened from power-down mode with a reset pulse or button press.
Their push-pull outputs provide a 140ms (min) Reset pulse after the supply has risen above the threshold; the outputs of STM809 and STM811 are active low, the outputs of STM810 and STM812 are active high.
While in power-down mode, the LinkZero-AX stays alive, allowing the IC to be awakened with a reset pulse or button press.
3V and are the industry's first to guarantee a valid reset pulse even if the supply voltage falls to 0.
Other features of the M40SZ100 include an output signal to indicate when the battery is low, as well as a reset input pin to ensure that the processor receives the correct reset pulse.
Another feature of the M41T94 is its two power-on reset inputs, which issue a reset pulse output if either is active.
With all three products, when the supply voltage (VCC) is out-of-tolerance, the reset line of the IC is driven to its active state and is held there until VCC returns to an in-tolerance state and the time for the reset pulse has expired.
The NCP1232 debounces the push-button input and guarantees the active reset pulse width of a minimum of 250 msec.