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TXS0108E-Q1: Max leakage current on A / Port?

Part Number: TXS0108E-Q1

Hi team,

Can you provide the data for max leakage current, considering internal pull-up, on A, B port of TXS0108EQPWRQ1?

    -. When 0V (low level) is connected to A port, what is the max leakage current?

    -. When 18V (high level) is connected to A port, what is the max leakage current?

    -. When 0V (low level) is connected to B port, what is the max leakage current?

    -. When 18V (high level) is connected to B port, what is the max leakage current?

Thanks,

Sam Lee

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  • Hi Sam,

    The TXS is a passive device and hence the leakage on the IO ports are not specified.
    If the OE is enabled ( and the Vcca/Vccb powered up), the pullup resistor internally will result in current consumption which will be considered as power supply Icc current.
    With 0V on A or B port , the current consumption will be Vcca/40k and Vccb/40k.

    This is also the reason on the TXS datasheet where the test conditions lists the input and output are left open.

    -Thanks,

    Shreyas

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