Example Pull Resistor


A pull resistor pulls the signal of the wire to which it is connected to either 0 or 1, depending on its configuration.

If it is connected to a multi-bit wire, each bit of the wire’s signal that is floating is pulled towards the configured direction, while the other bits of the signal are left unchanged.


A pull resistor has only one output pin whose bit width is determined by the property "Bit Width".


Bit Width

The number of bits of the output pin.

Pull Direction

The direction to which floating signal bits are pulled.

  • Low: Floating bits are set to 0.

  • High: Floating bits are set to 1.