Can you please check and advise with following request?
Do you have a product that resets the microprocessor electrically in case your microprocessors are locked?
The product should work as follows;
One input pin of the product will be connected to an output pin of the microprocessor and the processor will pull this pin to one and zero continuously at certain intervals. (This period can be provided as whatever is required for the product.)
As long as this happens, the product will keep the output pin fixed at zero or 1.
When the microprocessor locks and stops running the program in its memory, the product input trigger pin remains at either constant zero or continuous one.
that is, the continuous trigger change in the product input pin stops, so the product will change the position of the output pin. (The output pin will be pulled to the opposite of the normal operating state.)
In other words, the continuous push-pull on the input pin of the product will output when the operation is interrupted.
Thanks in advance