Part Number: TS5A23157
When the TS5A23157 has 0V applied to V+, how will it behave when a voltage is applied to a signal input?
I came across this post in regards to powered off protection, and given the lack of V+=0V specs in the DS, I am assuming that we would be at risk of back-powering the device. Am I correct in that assumption?
What would be the closest device with powered off protection? Anything P2P?
Thanks for using e2e.
Yes, your assumption is correct. The TS5A23157 does not guarantee high impedance state under 0V applied to V+ condition.
Take a look at the TMUX1072 which is p2p compatible with TS5A23157 and has powered off protection feature.
When the TMUX1072 is powered off the I/Os of the device remain in a high-Z state. The crosstalk, off-isolation, and leakage remain within the datasheet Electrical Specifications
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