Resetin input - externally initiated signals , Electrical Engineering

RESETIN  Input

It is an  active  low signal when  it goes low program counter is  reset to zero and busses are tri stated  it also reset interrupt enable flip flop  and instruction register. No  other flag  or register is  affected.

 RESET OUT (output)

 It indicates that microprocessor is  being  reset.  This signal can be used to reset other  devices.

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