I've been looking over the datasheet and had a couples questions about the MSP's IOs. What can the IO's supply, current wise. I see on the datasheet 5mA, but I also see 15mA. And then I see a note at the bottom saying the max IO's can't exceed 48mA, but then right below that it says IO's can't exceed 100mA. Is there a configuration on how the IO's are set? My second questions is what is the min voltage that the MSP will detect a high. The datasheet says VCC-0.25V and it also says VCC-0.60V? The same with the Max low voltage?
If you read the datasheet carefully, it says it's the max current for the specified voltage drop. There are two voltage drops specified.
Also, the voltages required for different logic levels are found in the Input sections of the datasheet.
I could not find the voltages required for different logic levels. Could you direct me to a page number? The only place I could find INPUTS was under the schmitt trigger inputs, and it doesn't not specify a voltage range.
berms03The only place I could find INPUTS was under the schmitt trigger inputs, and it doesn't not specify a voltage range.
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