I'm looking at a datasheet for a bit of hardware I am adding to a design. However, one of the pins on the chip is listed as:
ON/OFF - 1.8V must be driven to open drain/collector
It does not specify if it is an input or output.
I don't fully understand what open drain/collector means in this situation, however what I understand from my research is that it typically refers to an internal connection to a transistor. They usually seem to be used as outputs (as far as I understood).
However, what is confusing me is the use of "driven" in the pin description. This appears to imply that I should be powering the pin with an open drain/collector. Is this what I am supposed to be doing? How would I achieve this?