SCDS285B March 2009 – August 2016 TS5A21366
Proper power-supply sequencing is recommended for all CMOS devices. Do not exceed the absolute maximum ratings, because stresses beyond the listed ratings can cause permanent damage to the device.
Although it is not required, power-supply bypassing improves noise margin and prevents switching noise propagation from the VCC supply to other components. A 0.1-µF capacitor, connected from VCC to GND, is adequate for most applications
To avoid an increased quiescent current (ICC) condition, proper power sequencing must be followed to ensure that the bias circuitry is powered up prior to applying voltage on the I/Os. The proper sequence is for the VCC pin to be brought up to VCC before the control inputs (IN1, IN2) are allowed to go to a high level.