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Part Number: TS3DS10224
Note 4 refers to the input and output clamp-current ratings. I don't see them specified anywhere on the spec sheet.
In my application, there will be short term conditions when an ac coupled input or output will be above or below the supplies. I am trying
to make sure that I limit the current in those cases to what is legal. A different part in this family, the TS3DV621, lists the clamp currents at 50mA.
Is it reasonable to assume the same for this part?
This device is a part of the TS3USB221 family of switches. I would suspect the clamp current rating for the TS3DS10224 will be similar to the TS3USB221 family at 50mA. I have put a request into our design team to confirm my theory.
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