RA4 as output attached to TTL logic, pull-up minimum consumption
On Fri, 19 Jan 2001 11:06:03 +0100, you wrote:
>I am using RA4 as output pin to attack a TTL chip. Most of the time this pin shall be 0 V.
>Since RA4 is open drain output, I need some kind of pull-up circuit.
>Frequency is not an issue but could be in the future.
>The basic pull-up resistor would be continuously consuming energy and this is what I see 'ugly' in my design.
>Could you recomend me alternative solutions for minimum consumption?
Using obsolete parts like TTL is uglier - pull-ups are the least of
your power worries.
If using 74HC, you can usually use 100K
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