Example Power-On Reset


The "Power-On Reset" component can be used to bring a circuit into a defined state when the simulation gets started, i.e. when the circuit is "powered on".

When the simulation is started, the single output of the component immediately goes to 1 and stays there as long as its "Propagation Delay" property indicated. After that, the output goes back to 0 and stays there during the entire simulation.

Using the property "Logic" can invert this behaviour, such that the output goes to 0 and then back to 1 for the entire simulation.



The component has a single output producing the reset signal.


Propagation Delay

Determines how long the output produces the reset signal before it goes back to its idle value.


Determines whether the reset signal is 1 (with logic "Positive") or 0 (with logic "Negative").