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Part Number: LM5122-Q1
I'm considering this device for an automotive 12V application in VBAT line I'm concerned about sleep current.
In sleep case i will turn OFF UVLO pin ( i.e. short to GND in my case ). At this time also whether there will be any leakage current on the current sense pins . .ie. CSN and CSP According to datasheet some 11uA/12uA figure is mentioned . Please confirm.
This is the bias current during operation. Let me clarify the leakage current during shutdown.
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In reply to Brigitte:
We currently do not have the data on hand regarding CSP/CSN pin leakage current during shutdown. If you need to calculate current draw during sleep, you can use the 11uA/12uA as a worst case approximation.
In reply to Richard Fu22:
Thank you for the confirmation. 11uA/12uA may be little more for my application. I will check.
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