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Microcontroller reset condition

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Dummy, May 18, 2004.

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  1. Dummy

    Dummy Guest

    RESET pin is active low.
    During powering up, the RESET pin is being pulled high.
    I encounter a situation where under certain condition, microcontroller
    resets without any glitches observed at RESET pin which is still HIGH
    at 3.3V. The sytem resets itself, and I assume that's because of
    microcontroller resets.
    So I was wondering whether RESET pin needs to be driven low before
    resetting? Any other forms of reset that doesn't need a low on RESET
    pin?
     
  2. Paul Burke

    Paul Burke Guest

    What uC ? Power glitches? Someone else mentioned watchdog. Does this uC
    have illegal opcode trap? Have you forgotten to enclose the program in a
    while(forever) loop? Is your test gear fast enough to see all relevant
    glitches? Is it really a reset, or is it just vectoring to the restart
    routine via say an uninitialised interrupt vector?

    Paul Burke
     
  3. maxfoo

    maxfoo Guest

    Just solder a 1K resistor in series from reset pin to Vcc and be done with it.





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  4. maxfoo

    maxfoo Guest

  5. most likely the watchdog timer. disable it in the configuration settings.
     
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