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DSCC V62/09602 AM26LV32E-EP vs TI's V62/09602 AM26LV32EMDREP
Our customer has requirement for DSCC V62/09602 which lists the AM26LV32E as a generic option. However the TI device pinout is different than the DSCC. IS this a misprint or is the TI device NOT DSCC qualified ? Compare pins 1 and 2.,
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V62/09602 - Device type Generic Circuit function -- 01 AM26LV32E-EP Low voltage high speed quadruple differe
Pin - Function
1 - 1A
2 - 1B TI -> http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am26lv32e-ep.pdf
... AM26LV32EMDREP, ACTIVE, -55 to 125, V62/09602-01XE, 1.86 | 100u, SOIC(D) | 16, View, 2500 | LARGE T&R, >5k, 1k quantity lead time: In stock ...
1 - 1B
2 - 1A
Pin 1 should indeed be 1B (not 1A). The non-TI document is incorrect. There should be symmetry in the pin outs (left side vs. right side). I will let our HiRel department comment on DSCC qualification of the -EP device.
Regards,Ronald MichallickLinear Applications
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Also ... when looking at the "Recommended Operating Conditions" -> http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/am26lv32e-ep.pdf>
Regarding voltage below , It should be Volts not mA, correct?
MIN NOM MAX UNIT
V IC Common-mode input voltage –7 7 mA
V ID Differential input voltage –7 7 mA
Rick, yes this should be V for both VIC and VID.
I will initiate the corrections.
The DSCC drawing is incorrect as Ron noted. It "should" be compliant to the DSCC dwg, but the pinout is in error. I will initiate these changes as well.
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