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Part Number: LMH0397
Data sheet suggests 4.7uF on SDI_IO±, IN0±, and OUT0±. I am wondering what the minimum acceptable value is? (What drives this value?)
...would a 2.2uF X7S 10% make the cut?
Thank you in advance
Why do you want to make this change? I say this since most of the device validation/characterization used 4.7uF AC coupling Cap. I believe there are 0402 form factor 4.7uF Cap available and i thought maybe this is the only reason you may want to make this change.
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In reply to Nasser Mohammadi:
Thank you for your response :)
I don't want to change it, I just require a 125C part X7S... worst case I can go with a 105C X6S, yet that will have +/-22% change over temperature. (This a -40 to 85C design)
So, to start, would a +/-22% change away from 4.7uF be significant?
Thank you in advance,
In reply to Iain Davis1:
Should be fine.
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