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XTR110: Obsolescence

Part Number: XTR110
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: XTR300

Hi all,

We are using XTR110AG voltage to current converter which is currently not recommended for new design in one of our products therefore I assume this will become obsolete soon. I would like to be inform about last order date of this part in order to be able to perform a redesign without causing any delay to current production. 

Is this enogh to add an alert on XTR110 in TI website? Will I be informed about any update on obsolescence issues of this product? I am almost sure that this is enough to add an alert for this product but I would like to be 100% sure before setting this alert as a response to the risk of obsolescence.

Thank you very much in advance.

Best regards,

  • Hi Agustin,

    I will forward your request for XTR110AG lifetime information to our Marketing Engineering. He should be able to provide answers to your questions. Please note he is currently on travel so it may take him a little time to get back to you. Thank you for your understanding.

    Regards, Thomas
    Precision Amplifiers Applications Engineering
  • Hello Agustin,

    I apologize for the delayed response, but I've been working with the quality and planning teams to review all XTR110 orderables to ensure we had a complete history of the XTR110 so we can give you an accurate forecast on its life expectancy.

    As you noted the XTR110AG is in fact Not Recommended for New Designs (NRND). This is due to the fact that as an older, high-cost device, we believe there are other options that may be more price effective for the majority of our customers. For example, the XTR110KP is a pin-compatible alternative in a plastic PDIP package, which has a narrower operating temperature range compared to the ceramic CDIP package of the XTR110AG but is offered at a significantly lower price point. The XTR300 is another viable alternative for a new design; it is not pin-compatible with the XTR110 but offers similar functionality at a power price point.

    However, all that being said, please understand that the XTR110 is in no danger of being obsoleted, and all of the orderable part numbers listed on are currently in demand and therefore in continuous production.

    If you’d be interested in reviewing TI’s obsolescence policy for future reference, please refer to it here - The main point to note is that in the event of obsolescence, we give our customers 12 months to order the device to ensure minimal disruption to the production flow.

    Please let me know if you have any additional questions or concerns about the XTR110, and thank you again for your patience.

    Christopher Stemple
    Product Marketing – Precision Amplifiers

  • Thank you so much for your detailed response. Just one additional question, what do I have to do to receive updates on product availability? Is it enough to click the 'alert me' button on XTR110 family website? 

    Best regards,

    Agustín Méndez

  • Agustín, 

    Yes, utilizing the "Alert Me" button on a device's product page when logged into your myTI account will keep you up-to-date whenever there's a change to the availability of any of the orderable part numbers. However, please ensure that you have opted in to receive email from TI; to check, please login to your myTI account, and under "Settings" please set your email preferences accordingly. You can also navigate to "Product, tool, & software alerts" under Settings to ensure that the XTR110 shows up on your list of tracked devices.

    Christopher Stemple

    Product Marketing - Precision Amplifiers