Hi, Thanks for bring this into notice. I will forward this to the right authority and fix this. Regards, Arvind
I am afraid that there is not a typo, although it might be a bit misunderstandable. Figure 5-12 shows the DEFAULT settigs that you get before you modify according to fig. 5-13 which clearly states the pin for the resistor is p1.
Yes, but there are some stale screenshots that are misleading.
@SQ -- Also, sorry for the 2 hour delay this had caused!
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We have a proverb here in Germany:
"When you have to connect two different wires to two other wires the probability to do that wrong is exactly 50%.
But this 50% are exploited to exactly 100%"
Egg on face!
Bob is right -- there is NO typo -- I was just too willing to let it be someone else's fault (i.e., not my fault).
When I was doing this project the "first time", the entries I made in the CSD Wizard "didn't take" -- dunno why, maybe I hit cancel instead of ok - whatever. I'll bet money that when I went in and redid the CSD Wizard entries I "skimmed" the instructions and missed the P1 instruction step.
Thanks to both of you for your understanding!