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Part Number: ISO7710
Hello support team,
I have a question about the datasheet of ISO7710.Our customer pointed out it.
In Figure 18 on page 19, "INPUT" and "VCC" are shorted.I think "INPUT" should be connected to pin 2.I think it is a typo, how is it?I think that the same part is wrong in the datasheet of ISO7710-Q1 too.
Thank you for reaching out to us and pointing out the typo in the datasheet. Yes, INPUT should be connected to Pin 2 (IN) of the device instead it is accidentally shorted to VCC line. I will get this corrected for both ISO7710 & ISO7710-Q1. Thanks.
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In reply to Koteshwar Rao:
Thank you for your prompt response.I expect these datasheets to be revised soon.
Respectfully yours,M. Tachibana
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