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Author Topic: The reset pin on the Atmega 168 has voltage flowing through it is this wrong  (Read 3356 times)

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Offline rox2007Topic starter

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Please help

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omg!!!!WE NEED AN ADMIN HERE RIGHT AWAY!!
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No reason to make fun of someone for asking a question...


The reset pin on the Atmega 168 is activated by a digital low. It will have voltage flowing through it until you use a pull up resistor and lower the voltage to a digital 0 point, at which point the Atmega 168 will reset.

Nothing to worry about :-)

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i wasnt making fun of him/her. i was just calling on admins expertees ;D
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voltage doesn't flow :P

(perhaps 'float' is a better word? I dunno . . .)

Half Shell, is it working ok?

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I wasn't the one that asked hte question admin.....

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lol oops . . . ;D

rox2007, is it working ok?

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yep! i got it to work and i can now program my atmega.
thanx guys  :)

 


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