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Part Number: TS3L4892
TI's technical support engineer.
I want to chose TS3L4892 from the following three GE switches:TS3L4892, TS3L301 and TS3L500. But the parameter Vi/o of TS3L4892 is different from others. Vi/o Input/output voltage, 4892 is 0 to VCC, 500 and 301 are 0 to 5.5V, So I want to know what this parameter means.
In reply to Dakotah:
First of all, thank you very much for your reply,I understand your explanation and have another question:the absolute maximum voltage of Vi/o is about 7V, and when the I/O pin is connected to the backplane signal, I would like to know, if hot swap, whether the impact on the chip TS3L4892, or even damage.Do you have a recommended solution for this situation?
In reply to Judd:
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