Schmitt triggers help prevent a wavering signal voltage from causing a rapid repeated high/low triggering at a single voltage.
- When + input is high enough above – input then output will be high.
- + input is low enough below – input then the output is low.
- There is a middle ground voltage (hysteresis) where the output is either high or low based on what the output was last put into.
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