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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This new solution generates a reset pulse for a factory-programmed reset timeout period after both manual reset inputs have been held logic-low for the factory-programmed setup period.
A reset pulse is sent first, followed by a set pulse few milliseconds later.
While in power-down mode, the LinkZero-AX allows the IC to be awakened with a reset pulse or button press.
In reset mode, it issues a reset pulse to reset all the counters to zero.
Note, the latching G9YA model saves power by requiring only a set or reset pulse to change operating states.
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.
The switching time is determined by the sum of the maximum reset pulse width, the dead time between reset and set, and the maximum set pulse width.
LinkZero-AX can be re-awakened from power-down mode with a reset pulse or button press.
While in power-down mode, the LinkZero-AX stays alive, allowing the IC to be awakened with a reset pulse or button press.
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.