Power-on reset (PoR)

A power-on reset (PoR) is a type of reset that is triggered when a device is powered on. This reset is usually caused by a hardware reset signal that is generated by the power supply when it is turned on. The PoR reset is often used to initialize the device and bring it into a known state. How PIC does it work in power on reset condition? In power on reset condition, the PIC will be reset and all its registers will be set to their initial values. The PIC will then start executing code from the reset vector. How does a reset circuit work? A reset circuit is used to initialize a microprocessor. It sets the microprocessor's registers to known values and prepares the microprocessor to execute instructions. The reset circuit is usually located on the microprocessor's motherboard. What is reset voltage? Reset voltage is the voltage applied to the reset pin of a microprocessor. This voltage is used to reset the microprocessor, and is usually a low voltage such as 0.3V.

What is PoR circuit?

A PoR (power-on-reset) circuit is a simple circuit that is used to reset a microprocessor or other digital device when power is applied. The circuit usually consists of a capacitor and a resistor connected in series, with the capacitor connected to the positive power supply and the resistor connected to ground. When power is applied, the capacitor charges up and provides a positive voltage to the microprocessor, while the resistor pulls the voltage down to ground, resetting the microprocessor. Does power reset erase data? No, power reset does not erase data. Data is stored in memory, which is not affected by power reset.