Part Number: SN74LVC1G97
we buy a part SN74LVC1G97DCKR from Mouser (DC1949),we use the sample (DC1813) and the new incoming (DC1949) to do X-ray test。 then we found they are different .we need you help to confirm what happen to this part ,are they normal ?please clarify it ,otherwise we request return the new incoming(DC1949)
I would first take this up with Mouser, but its possible these devices come from different assembly sites that may use slightly different leadframes. Did you verify electrical performance?
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In reply to Dylan Hubbard:
please check they are come from which assembly site,please provide related data to prove it
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