I have a circuit (below) where there's an IC responsible for battery charging, voltage boosting, power/regulation, etc. It has an "Enable" pin which is pulled up to VCC by default, and determines whether it supplies power or not. (High == ON, Low == OFF)
I want to hook this up to a toggle switch so that when the toggle is "open", the "Enable" pin is pulled down to ground. Is there a simple/easy way to wire this? I'd like to avoid adding any additional components if possible.
Right now I have the leads connected as below, which works but is confusing because it is the opposite of the switch's labeling. (Open-switch turns the system on and closed switch turns it off).