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Erik Malund
01/18/12 12:49
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Mt Airy, Nc
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#185556 - sure
Responding to: ???'s previous message
8051 derivatives with full push-pull outputs as I'm still new to the MCS-51 world. Can you name some off that do?

all SILabs, most (newer) NXP '51s.

the easy way to check in the datasheet is if there is more than one Px... SFR the ports are configurable, if Pn is the only, they are not. for example the SILabs f1xx have Pn and PnMDOUT registers, the NXP lpc936 has Pn and pnM1 and PnM2


Erik


List of 10 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Thanks To All        Jon Wilder      01/18/12 03:28      
   Single chip solution is simple      David Prentice      01/18/12 05:09      
      well, I'm not      Erik Malund      01/18/12 07:38      
         Additional pull-ups are sufficient in many cases...      Kai Klaas      01/18/12 08:22      
            Why not choose a modern 8051?      David Prentice      01/18/12 08:49      
               I wasn't aware...      Jon Wilder      01/18/12 12:29      
                  sure      Erik Malund      01/18/12 12:49      
                     Some Atmel and STC chips too      David Prentice      01/18/12 13:49      
                  SiLabs      Andy Peters      01/19/12 10:17      
                     SILabs      Erik Malund      01/19/12 10:47      

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