The MSC1210 Typical External Reset Circuit Schematic
The MSC1210 Typical External Reset Circuit Schematic - Herein a typical reset circuit of the MSC1210-a precision Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) with 8051 Microcontroller and Flash
The figure (click to enlarge) shows a recommended external reset circuit for the MSC1210 with the serial 10kOhm resistor recommendation for any configuration of this reset type.
According to the MSC1210 datasheet, you will perform an external reset by taking RST pin high for two tOSC periods as this stops device operation, crystal oscillation,
causes all digitall pins to be pulled high from that point and then followed by taking the RST pin low that initiates the reset procedure.
Another MSC1210 typical resets in addition of external reset are described in this MSC1210 datasheet (source: ti.com)
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