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Part Number: TPD5S115
There are three electrical charcteristics : VIL, VILC and VILA in the datasheet of TPD5S115. Can you help tell me the differences of these 3 charcteristics?
If I want the SCL_A level are regonized by tpd5s115 as a Low, the voltage level on SCL_A Pin should be lower than VIL or VILC or VILA?
Thank you !
I apologize for how confusing it seems,
The SCL_A low level for your system should <0.082*VCCA which if VCCA is 1.8V means that a "0" to TPD5S115 is any voltage <140mV.
In reply to Cameron Phillips:
I'm not sure I got your meaning correctly.
VILA=0.082*VCCA , " VILA" means " VIL MAX"
Is it right?
Becase I see one description in datasheet page 17 22.214.171.124.1 part .
"To be recognized as a zero, the level at port A must first go below 130 mV (VILC in spec) and then stay below 170 mV (VILA in spec)"
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