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While using a CAD model for a 74HC4051D multiplexer which I downloaded from SnapEDA I noticed that pin 6 is labelled INH rather than E bar (or Enable) as I anticipated from the datasheet.
What does INH stand for?
They are representing that signal as active-high Inhibit (INH), which is logically equivalent to active-low Enable (EN#).
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