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I am trying to determine the leakage current for the I/O pins of the CY7C1041CV33.  The data sheet states the input leakage current and output leakage current for the device.  Is the leakage current for the I/O pins equal to the sum of the input and output leakage currents?

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The output leakage current is when the output is disabled (Hi-Z condition). At this time, there should be ideally no current through the pins, however there is a leakage current of +/- 1uA. 

   

When the pin is an input , we need to look at input current.

   
        

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The output leakage current is when the output is disabled (Hi-Z condition). At this time, there should be ideally no current through the pins, however there is a leakage current of +/- 1uA. 

   

When the pin is an input , we need to look at input current.

   
        

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