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Single Event Latchup information for TI devices

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Hi,

I have list of TI devices for which i am look for Single Event Latchup information.

Could anyone route me to right channel or concern person, from where i can get SEL infromation.

Regards

Maril

  • Maril,
    We don't have a tabulated list of SEL values for our devices.
    However, SEL results are almost always embedded in the SEE test results for our space rated devices.
    These devices and reports can be found here:
    www.ti.com/.../space.html

    You can look for the device in question and check the associated SEE report(s).

    In the near future we will have an online radiation guide that I believe will have these details more readily noted. I think it will be within a few weeks that this will be launched.

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    Regards,
    Wade
  • In reply to Wade Vonbergen:

    Wade,

    Thanks for your quick response.

    The information i am looking is not for space grade components. components are for avionics application/grade.

    Please find the components below.

    SL No. Part Number Part Description Manufacturer
    1 AM26C31MDREP IC QUAD DIFF LINE DVR 16-SOIC Texas Instruments
    2 AM26LV32EMDREP IC QUAD DIFF LINE RCVR 16SOIC Texas Instruments
    3 CD74ACT109M IC JK TYPE POS TRG DUAL 16SOIC Texas Instruments
    4 CD74HC175M96 IC D-TYPE POS TRG QUAD 16SOIC Texas Instruments
    5 CD74HCT4067QM96Q1 IC MUX/DEMUX 16X1 SOIC24 Texas Instruments

    Regards

    Maril

  • In reply to marilingaiah nl:

    Sorry Maril, but we only test and report SEL values for our space products.

    Regards,
    Wade

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