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THS8135: THS8135 is NRND

Part Number: THS8135

What is the expected longevity of the THS8135 -  it is used in a current product ?

It is showing as NRND ?

  • Please read e2e.ti.com/.../622064

     

    Best Regards
    Biser
  • Thank you

    could the Business Unit advise how long the part will be around until - the longevity ?

    Regards

    Mark

  • Hi user4024589,

    As you can see on THS8135 product page - TI does not recommend using these parts in a new design (NRND). Support for these devices is extremely limited.

    Regards,
    Tsvetolin Shulev
  • In reply to Cvetolin Shulev-XID:

    is there a year when the part will be made obsolete
  • In reply to user4024589:

    We have customers buying it and the reason for NRND was already explained above, it is the limited support.

    Product longevity is important to TI and its customers. To meet customer needs we employ strategies such as inventory management and multiple sourcing tactics to address continuity.

    Here is an external link to TI's GQC (General Quality Guidelines) that references TI's EOL policy (Section 20): www.ti.com/.../getliterature.tsp

    We are closing this post.

    Thanks,

    Catalog Processors

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