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Old 05-17-2006, 04:57 PM
Eli Hughes
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Default CoolRunner Pins during Programming

I noticed that the CoolRunner (XPLA3) sets all of the pins (at least the
ones I can monitor) high during in system programming. Is there a way
(programming file) to hold the pins low during programming?

Thanks,
Eli
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:36 PM
Falk Brunner
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Default Re: CoolRunner Pins during Programming

Eli Hughes schrieb:
> I noticed that the CoolRunner (XPLA3) sets all of the pins (at least the
> ones I can monitor) high during in system programming. Is there a way
> (programming file) to hold the pins low during programming?


Those are weak pull-ups.

Regards
Falk
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