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Part Number: TPD4E001
We are using the TPD4E001 to protect a ADS1299 inputs. We have received some boards where we have the TPD4E001 but the footprint used is incorrect, since it was taken the one with a grey watermark written preview "DCK2 Package 6-Pin SC70", this was made by mistake since we didn't notice the "preview" watermark.
To avoid changing the board we are tryting to use another device with similar function with the SC-70 footprint we have and so far the best we have found is the TPD4e1b06.
We would like to know if anybody could recommend us a better alternative.
Cameron PhillipsApplications | email@example.comHigh Side Switches/ESD & Surge Protection
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In reply to Cameron Phillips:
Thanks for you advise and quick response.
I can't see what you mention about buy and sample in this datasheet:
The TPD4S009 doesn't seem to have the package I'm using.
Please let me know where I can buy the DCK2 version of the TPD4E001 since I can't find it anywhere. In Octopart I only get the TPD4E001DCKR
In reply to twistx77:
That is exactly the problem. I used the information of DCK2 when drawing the pattern for the PCB and now the pinout is incorrectly because I can't buy the DCK2.
I apologize but that package is no longer on the road map to be released. I will update the datasheet to remove it.
However, TPD4E1B06 has the same pinout except for VCC which could work for you.
This will make me redo the board to change the footprint since the TPD4E1B06 is not the same as the TPD4E001.
In the board the NC pin of that part will be connected to VCC since it was already designed that way.
Do you know if that pin is connected to the device or is just open? I want to avoid problems.
Thank you for all your help.
The NC pin of TPD4E1B06 is not internally connected to the device. This is also noted in the pin configuration table of the datasheet (pin 6 on DCK).
In reply to Manny Murret:
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