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Thread: Pin won't turn off properly
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Jinx wrote:

> I've yet to finds anything that has more effect than changing the code
> although everything around andon the SX was checked


I think you'll find that putting series resistors
CLOSE to your output pins will effectively remove
the capacitive loading of the line you're driving.
If the resistors are too large you will get soggy
transitions at the receiving end obviously, but your
scope will show that.
-Roman

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