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Part Number: TS5A22362
I am looking for clarification on the positioning of the A1 ball of the ts5a22362 device with respect to the package marking and dimensions.
In the different documents, the information is quite unclear.
Thanks for your help!
This is how I interpret this drawing. You can see that A1 pin as seen from the top is in the upper left hand corner. If you flip that part over across the blue line axis to see the pins the A1 pin is in the lower left hand corner.
The laser marking is the top view and the bump view is the bottom view. In the top view A1 is in the lower right hand corner. If you flip the IC over across the blue axis to see the pins the A1 pin is in the lower right corner. If you flip the part again across the red axis, you will be looking at the top view with the A1 indicator in the upper right hand corner like it is in the package drawing above.
Let me know if this helps the images appear more clear.
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