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Part Number: TS5A4624
Would you let us know how should do unused pins below? Power supply is applied at V+ and GND pins.
1) Can NO pin leave floating?
2) Can NC pin leave floating?
3) Can COM pin leave floating?
4) Can IN pin leave floating?
The analog pins (NO/NC/COM) can be left floating. The IN pin is a CMOS input and must always have a valid logic level to avoid high shoot-through currents.
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