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Why is a CMOS switch not suitable for hot-swap or power sequencing applications?

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Why is a CMOS switch not suitable for hot-swap or power sequencing applications?

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The PN-junction in the PMOS transistor portion of the switch core will forward the input signals to the Vcc pin at 0V delayed by the bypass capacitance and will cause problems with the system. Refer to Application Brief 39 and Application Note 52 for more details.

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