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Logic for Xilica is Boolean (true or false, high or low)

The following is an example of how to power On/Off a power sequencer using logic.
The following modules are used in the design:

  • Latch Button (If ON, the input is high (true). If OFF, the input is low (false)
  • Indicator
  • NOT (Output is opposite to signal of input.)
  • SR-FlipFlop (Toggle between two outputs: Q and /Q)
  • 2 x Delay Hold (For each trigger (low-to-high signal) at the trigger pin, the Delay Time will hold the command. After the Delay Time, the Hold Time will hold for the set Hold Time.)
  • Indicator

Reset: The first chain will be wired to the Reset pin of the SR-FlipFlop. When the input signal is high (true), the module will be reset.
The Latch button will be wired to an indicator and to a NOT. Then to the SR-FlipFlop Reset pin.
If the input signal is high (true), the NOT will be low (false), and the Reset pin will not be triggered. If the input signal is low (false), the NOT will be high (true), and the Reset pin will trigger a module reset.

Trigger: The second chain will be wired from the Latch button directly to the SR-FlipFlop Trigger pin. From there, outputs Q and /Q are each wired to a separate Delay Hold. The Hold output node is then wired to an indicator.
If the input signal is high (true), SR-FlipFlop will switch Output Q and Output /Q values. The command will then hold at the Delay Hold for the set Hold Time

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