The forum has a lot on hardware watchdogs but they are mostly related to celluar and networked micros and not Xenons.
What is the difference between setting the RST pin low vs setting EN to GND? The documentation says:
|EN |Device enable pin is internally pulled-up. To disable the device, connect this pin to GND.| |---|---| |RST |Active-low system reset input. This pin is internally pulled-up.|
I would appreciate the community’s advice on:
Does it matter which of these pins is connected to a hardware watchdog?
For a Xenon, is it easier to use a “feather-based” external watchdog? Any ideas on a packaged solution. Would this also work: