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 attribute "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.