I have this switch datasheet.
I also have a connector with default pins arriving to switch D point. S points are connected to another circuit point.
Note: D side connector is an output connector and matches with another input connector that will connect D points with IN logic gate inputs.
When the set of switches is ON, S will be connected to D point. But I am interested in looking at D during the OFF state.
I'm assuming that D is high impedance state during off. I want to turn this high impedance state into a "high level state" signal, 12V, in order to be a logical gate input for the next stage.
I have two questions:
Could be said that D is really totally disconnected (high impedance) or I am missing something about the devices that can influence that they are not fully electrically isolated to say that they are in high Z?
Is it a correct way for turning high impedance into 12V?
How can I choose an appropriate value for this Resistance?