The ,O mark output goes along resistance and condensers in page 1 of Datasheet of THS7530, and it is mentioned with Vout+. On the other hand, the O mark output is mentioned with Vout- by the eleventh pin in page 6 of Datasheet.
As for the O mark output of THS7530, are following (a), which of (b) correct answers?
(a) Vout+(b) Vout-
An inquiry comes from the Japanese user whether (b) Vout- is right. I am the same opinion, too. If there is a plan to revise by a mistake of Datasheet, please inform it of the time.
I wait for your help.
Yes, you are correct. The pin labeling on page 6 is correct. The Vout+ and Vout- labels in the schematic on page 1 should be switched.
We will make the necessary changes on the datasheet.
Thank you for an early answer.
I am asked about the time of the version up of the data sheet by a Japanese user.
Please inform it of the time.
The changes to the datasheet should take effect within a week or so.
I ask for the review of not only one page of data sheet but also all pages. For example,Figure 21/ figure 22 of 10 pages of data sheets and 11 pages of figure 23/ figure 24s are reverse.
The datasheet has been corrected and is now posted to the TI website.
Please let us know if you need anything else.
Hi Karen and Nick,
We JPIC thanks for your early correspondence.
I report it to the Japanese customer of the inquiry at once.
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