Total delay when configured as a level shifter

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sk111
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Total delay when configured as a level shifter

Hi,

I'm trying to estimate the total delay from an input pin to an output pin when configuring the SLG46539 as a dual-supply level shifter. The inputs will come from the low-voltage 1.8V domain (VDD2) and need to be level-shifted up to 2.7V - 4.2V (VDD). There should be no other logic or gates in this signal path. We can assume the output pin is driving a 10pF load.

Thanks!

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pavloZ
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Hi Seth,

Hi Seth,

please refer to the base datasheet https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/slg46538-datasheet

Table 3. Typical Delay Estimated for Each Macrocell

to find exact combination of input/output and VDD.

Thanks for your question