I would like to understand the reverse blocking function for PN SLG59M1563V during ON state.
What will happen when 1.8V will drive the D pin while 3.3V will drive the S pin?
I don't want voltage leakage from the S to the D. is that component good to protect leakage for that case?
I am also experimenting whether the Reverse Blocking of the SLG59M1563V works safely.In conclusion, It is No.
5V put in "S" leaks to "D" when "ON" = 'H'.Then the voltage of "D" rises to 5V.
Even if "ON" = 'L', a small voltage (around 0.6V) leaks.It seems to be related to the "ON"s state at power-up, but I'm not sure.The Reverse Blocking feature is dangerous because it does not work as expected at least.