Part Number: ISO1540
HI dear supporting team,
is ISO1540 supporting hot swap function? if not, is there any chip in same package that support it? tks!
In reply to Abhi Aarey:
I have some additional information for you below after some further discussion.
If the end design has the mechanical connector in such a way that the SDA/SCL pins are recessed compared to VCC2/GND2 pins, then what happens is that the supply pin Vcc2 has decent voltage developed before SDA2/SCL2 makes contact; in these type of designs there’s no issue.
Since the connectors for I2C are not standardized, it's theoretically possible to do the above. Even a milli-second delay in SDA/SCL pins making contact after the supply pin (Vcc2), should give it a sufficient time to ramp up to a decent value.
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