March 28, 2018
Many systems have multiple error flags to monitor. When it's more important that an error occurred than exactly which module had the error, it is possible to reduce the number of inputs required to monitor these error flags. This video discusses one method to reduce the number of required inputs to monitor a set of error flag outputs in an example system.
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