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Daniel VonaDaniel Vona 
Besdies the Posted PTN3460 Datasheet and the UM10492, are there any more expanded specs or user's manuals for this product?

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NikkieNikkie (NXP Semiconductors) 
Please check this:
CuongCuong (NXP Semiconductors Singapore Pte Ltd)  
Can you please provide me a link?
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CuongCuong (NXP Semiconductors Singapore Pte Ltd) 
this is the link for LPC1100 portfolio ...
Zang JasinZang Jasin 
Where could i download or consult the datasheet of the product:TDF8544TH.Wait for your answer.
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CephasCephas (NXP Semiconductors) 
Please submit your details via our notification system on the product information page at "" We will notify you when the datasheet is available. 
Conor OConor O 
In all the level shifting datasheets for LVC8T245, LVC1T45 etc, the datasheets talk about suspend mode: "when either VCC(A) or VCC(B) are at GND level, both A port and B port are in the high-impedance OFF-state". The TI datasheets are similar.

So let's say DIR is tied to GND (so B->A), Vcc(A) is at 3V3, and Vcc(B) along with the B inputs are all disconnected (they could form part of an input cable connector). Thus all the B inputs are floating. In this case all the ports should be high impedence and there should be no issues with floating. Is this correct?

I ask because the TI versions of this chip's datasheet say the inputs are always active and can't be allowed to float. Which is why I'm using the NXP versions!
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NikkieNikkie (NXP Semiconductors) 
Once Vcc(B) is at ground level, all ports will be high impedence, no issue with floating