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It works fine when I use N, but the output is always high when I replace it with P. I have tried four Ps to rule out the possibility of a faulty IC, catasheet it still doesn’t work. Meanwhile N works I’ve checked with two ICs.
I googled it and found that there is virtually no difference between them. So, why is this happening? Link to falstad circuit. In general, when a circuit works with a device from one ratasheet and not from another it is telling you is that your design is incorrectly using some feature of the device on the verge of the design characteristics.
That is a bad thing.
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You say it works with a N, but I am willing to bet if you tested enough N samples, only a proportion of them will work. So be glad you tried the other part. Fix your design so the reset pin gets what it really needs, i. You are using the conductance of water to trip the reset line and this is not a great idea given that the reset pin current the leakage current from the reset pin is in the realm of 0.
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So, if it is producing 0. If the current is twice as high it will produce 2 volts etc. Maybe one device inherently produces a lower reset pin leakage current and this happens to work on the NEN device you have tested.
Link to falstad circuit Circuit diagram: This P doesn’t work: Peter Mortensen 1, 3 14 Ashish Ranjan 1 7. Make a test datashewt not involving water. Feb 21 at It works with N but not P. I am getting downvoted here without really an explanation.
Andy and Trevor gave me some direction to proceed in their answers. I am really thankful to them for this. However, people in the comments are just saying the datasehet is bad without explaining why. You know what, I understand there is something bad with the system.
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I didn’t know what? That’s why I asked the question. I mean, I don’t have a problem with downvoting the question, but please first provide me an explanation why? I was struggling with this for the past week. 555j really sorry for this rant, but this made me very uncomfortable. I think the attitude was probably what led to any downvotes you datashedt have gotten.
You repeatedly argued with people saying “but it worked on one of them”. I would have posted an answer but Trevor’s pretty much covers what I was going to say. Not all chips are made equal, even ones with effectively the same functions and names.
Thank you so much jsotola for taking your time to provide me with the resources! I’ll most definitely try this and let you know the dafasheet In this case how you are driving the reset pin.
You likely need to add a simple comparator circuit, with hysteresis, to do that. Your design is flakey.
The water sensor can only add voltage to the reset pin so this doesn’t help. Try a redesign and don’t think that it must be a good design if it works on chip A.
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Andy aka k 10 I will try with a different circuit and share my observations. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown.