I'm trying to understand the datasheets for several shift-register constant-current LED drivers, such as TLC59281, TLC5916, CAT4016, IS31FL3726.
All of them have something similar to this in their electrical characteristics:
In this example the "BLANK" pin is an ENable pin. Am I reading it correctly that it will consume 1mA even when disabled?
Or does the Vout = 1 imply that it would not consume current if Vout were 0V? Or is the only way to have a very low power mode would be to put the whole thing in front of a big mosfet?
example datasheet: https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tlc59281.pdf