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A maskable interrupt can be programmed to become active when a monitored function exceeds the programmed set-point.
4 kbps; seven general purpose inputs; eight general purpose outputs; TTL-compatible inputs and outputs; four transmit/receive trigger levels; a watch dog timer; clear-to-send (CTS) flow control; line signal status; receive character error flags; receive data error correction; single interrupt output; eight maskable interrupt conditions; and internal loopback capability; and low operating and sleep mode.
To reduce system load and to ensure the correct processing of the largest statistics, TrueSTATS counters will automatically generate a maskable interrupt that signals every counter wrap.