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.
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.
' 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
A Virtual LED is created for LOW Commands:
The Pin Layout Window updates after LOW is executed:
Related Tutorial: Outputs