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SN74LVC1G17-Q1: Rev.C PCN

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Part Number: SN74LVC1G17-Q1

Hi,

Could you tell me about the revision of the Rev.C data sheet?
Why did you return the values of V +, V-, ΔV, and tpd to Rev.A specifications?
Are there any changes to inspection standards or shipping inspections?
The customer is concerned about re-evaluation, so could you give me information?

Best regards,
Yuto Sakai

  • Hey Yuto,

    The PCN issued to all customers using this device will contain all of this info.

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  • In reply to Dylan Hubbard:

    Hi Dylan-san,

    Thank you for your reply.

    The PCN says "To accurately reflect device characteristics."
    It changes the device threshold and rise time. Is these a correction of a typo?

    I understand that some test conditions have not changed. Is this understanding correct?

    Best regards,
    Yuto Sakai

  • In reply to Yuto Sakai:

    Hello Sakai-san,

    The SN74LVC1G17-Q1 datasheet (revision A) was in an older format than what we currently use. When we released the DRY package option for this device, the datasheet had to be updated to the latest format before the new package could be added.

    Often the first step in updating a datasheet to our latest format includes copying an existing datasheet. The values and other content are then modified to match the device to be released.

    In this case, due to human error, the datasheet was released before all values had been updated to match the SN74LVC1G17-Q1. We quickly realized the mistake and re-released the datasheet with the corrections you see.  If you check version A of the datasheet, you will see that no values have changed from version A to version C -- version B included a significant amount of incorrect values due to this mistake.


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