A number of questions ask about max possible in/out current on a GPIO pin, that's not my question here. I'm asking if it's possible to set a maximum current limit on a GPIO pin, such that any attempts to draw more than that current would result in the Arduino entering a constant current mode e.g. reducing the pin voltage?
The only half-answer I have seen is on the Ruggeduino website, which explains that they have added a fuse to each GPIO pin to avoid overcurrent draws due to short circuits.
For context - I have an external sensor that claims to be more reliable with a small amount of constant current. I didn't know if I could easily add that limitation (e.g. max 15mA at 3.3V) into the GPIO pin as a safety measure, so I went on a search to find out which has eventually led me here