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TXB0104-Q1: Difference between TXB0104PWP ( Consumer Grade) and TXB0104QPWRQ1( AutoGrade)

Part Number: TXB0104-Q1

Could you please tell me about the defference  between TXB0104PWP ( Consumer Grade) and TXB0104QPWRQ1( AutoGrade).

I understand that it has defference about temperature range, but I would like to know the defference about below.

for example.

  defference in manufacture line.?

  same designe?  or defferent designe?

My customer's application is for Automotive, but they installed TXB0104PWP for ther test product by mistake.

so they concern about what kind of difference is there except temp range.

Best regards

yamane

  

  • Hello Yamane-san,
    You customer should not see any issues when switching to the automotive grade part. These devices are functionally interchangable, however the AEC Q100 version has much more stringent standards that it is guaranteed to meet.


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  • In reply to Emrys Maier:

    hello Thank you for your reply.

    I understood that the devices is same as  functional spec. but i woud like to know below.

    for example

     Are those the difference Die?  Automotive dedicated designe?  Same manufacture?   and so on.

    please let me know the difference except functional spec.

    Best regards

    Yamane

  • In reply to user5013697:

    Hello Yamane-san,
    The information you are asking for is not something that I can share on a public forum. Please contact your local TI representative and we can work with them to get answers for your customer under a non-disclosure agreement.


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