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What is the difference between true reverse-current blocking and reverse-current blocking?

The true reverse-current blocking function blocks the current flowing in the reverse direction from the output terminal (VOUT) to the input terminal (VIN) when output voltage (VOUT) > input voltage (VIN), regardless of whether a load switch IC is enabled or disabled. In contrast, the reverse-current blocking function blocks this current only when a load switch IC is disabled.

Also see the following document and web page for a description of the reverse-current blocking function:

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