📖⚡LOW

Sets the voltage of an output pin to a "low" state. This is normally 0 Volts.

A pin that is LOW can receive a small amount of current from an external device - this is called "sinking" power. See the HIGH command (above) for details for sourcing power to a device.

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Generally with KicChips, higher current can be allowed when sinking than sourcing. See the User Guide "Active High, Active Low, Sinking and Sourcing" for more information.

Syntax

LOW OutputPinNumber

Example

LOW 0


 

' HIGH and LOW commands
' HighLow.txt
' Kic8 

DO
  ' Make the pin go High  
  HIGH 0 

  ' Pause for a short while (1 second) - to see changes..
  Pause 1000

  ' Make the pin go Low
  LOW 0 

  ' Pause for a short while (1 second) - to see changes..
  Pause 1000 
LOOP

Simulator Feature

A Virtual LED is created for LOW Commands:

The Pin Layout Window updates after LOW is executed:


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Related Tutorial: Outputs

Related commands: