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Hi,

I have something that confused me.

Em, what is the difference between Turn-off propagation delay and Shutdown propagation delay?
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Hi,
Here are the differences between the two delays:

Turn-off propagation delay: This is the time taken for the output voltage at
HO (or LO) to reach to 90% of its maximum possible value, when the input has
reached 50% of its maximum possible value. It essentially reflects the delay
between the time when a signal is applied at the input (HIN, or LIN), to the time
the output starts going low (at HO or LO).

Shutdown propagation delay: This is the time taken for the outputs (at HO
and LO) to decrease to 90% of their maximum values, when the signal at the
shutdown input (SD pin) has reached 50% of its maximum value

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Hi,
Here are the differences between the two delays:

Turn-off propagation delay: This is the time taken for the output voltage at
HO (or LO) to reach to 90% of its maximum possible value, when the input has
reached 50% of its maximum possible value. It essentially reflects the delay
between the time when a signal is applied at the input (HIN, or LIN), to the time
the output starts going low (at HO or LO).

Shutdown propagation delay: This is the time taken for the outputs (at HO
and LO) to decrease to 90% of their maximum values, when the signal at the
shutdown input (SD pin) has reached 50% of its maximum value
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