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Analog switch : Polarity of switched voltages

stenzer

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Hi,

I do not find anything that speaks against it. The "R_ON vs. V_COM and Dual Supply Voltage" figure on page 5 indicates the usage of the COM pin as an input and output by means of sinking and sourcing a current.

BR
 
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