Part Number: TCA5013
On one hand, I just want to ask if the SAM modules allow hot swapping.
On the other, I am aware that there are a few years since this IC is active, is there any estimation on where the chip will be deprecated?
yes, it's allowed for hot swapping, not sure what's your 2nd question.
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In reply to Brian Zhou:
Hi Mr. Zhou,
Thanks for the answer. Very usefull.
Regarding the second one, what I want is to implement TCA5013 on pay machines and manufacturing them for many years, so I am trying to avoid ICs that will be obsolete in a near future. That's the reason I want to know if TCA5013 can be (or not) a good candidate for the designs.
In reply to Sergio Alarcon:
We have big volume for this device and will not obsolete any time soon
Thank you for your prompt responses. You made my day, I'll take TCA5013 into account.
Thanks one more time,
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