Dear support team,
our customer found the PCB pattern shown on datasheet seems wrong as below:
From calculation (2.3-1.4)/2 = 0.45 doesn't match the number of 0.46 on shown on datasheet.
Could you kindly help to advise what is the correct number to follow and revise the datasheet?
Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We're looking into it but I may not have an answer for you until next week due to several people being out on vacation. I will then correct the datasheet, if necessary.
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It turns out this is just a rounding issue. Initially we included three decimal places but this got chopped to two when we sent the drawing to Dallas.
As you can see from above, the precise dimension in question is actually .455.
In reply to Brett Barr1:
Thanks for reply. However, since our customer will follow the number on datasheet for symbol generation, knowing the reason may not solve this issue under this situation. Is if possible that we'll have an updated datasheet with non-rounded number or number that can match each other?
In reply to Dan Lu:
Attached is a rough copy of a revised datasheet. I have filed a CMS so the new datasheet (same as the one attached but without the "draft only" water mark) should be available on TI's website soon. I can alert you when this datasheet becomes available.
THank you very much for the great support!
I've been told the datasheet should update overnight tonight on TI's website. Here's the final version.
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