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The SX manual is unclear as to the scaling of the clock for timers T1 and T2.

It says that there is an 8 bit pre-scaler that will allow you to divide the system clock by 256. The registers show however a bit bit scaler that will allow a division of 128.

The datasheet is correct, stating that the prescaler provide a divide up to 128, but the user\'s manual wrongly says 256.


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