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Part Number: TSC2004
I am supporting an application using TSC2004 where a mistake was made, note (1) on the bottom of Page 3 of the TSC2004 Datasheet (Rev. E) that says that “I/OVDD must be ≤ SNSVDD” was overlooked and the Sense Voltage (SNSVDD) was tied to 1.8 V, and the I/O Voltage (I/OVDD) to 3.3 V.
However, the Absolute Maximum Ratings are not being violated, and the part seems to be working fine in prototypes.
Could you please let us know what the implications are in this case? what would you advise in this case?
Best Regards,Victor S.Check my Recommended TI Resources
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In reply to José Luis:
Hi Jose Luis,
Could you please expand on the implications of this situation, in other words, we'd like to understand why is recommended that I/OVDD must be ≤ SNSVDD.
In reply to Victor Salomon:
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