SBVS300A November 2016 – September 2021 TPS3851
Connect RESET to VPU through a 1-kΩ to 100-kΩ pullup resistor. RESET remains high (deasserted) when VDD is greater than the negative threshold voltage (VITN). If VDD falls below the negative threshold (VITN), then RESET is asserted, driving the RESET pin to low impedance. When VDD rises above VITN + VHYST, a delay circuit is enabled that holds RESET low for a specified reset delay period (tRST). When the reset delay has elapsed, the RESET pin goes to a high-impedance state and uses a pullup resistor to hold RESET high. The pullup resistor must be connected to the proper voltage rail to allow other devices to be connected at the correct interface voltage. To ensure proper voltage levels, give some consideration when choosing the pullup resistor values. The pullup resistor value is determined by output logic low voltage (VOL), capacitive loading, leakage current (ID), and the current through the RESET pin IRESET.