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TLVH431A-Q1: Shelf life of TLVH431QDCKR

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Part Number: TLVH431A-Q1

Dear Team,

Good day!!!

I have been purchase the following TI part from the reputed online distributors with the following date code.

Description Mfr Mfr. P/N Date Code/Lot Code
Shunt Regulator TI TLVH431QDCKR 9999

You are requested to kindly notify us shelf life of product, since as per date code 9999 , unable to find the manufaturing date of the part, consequently we could use this part in our system or not where we are expecting the MTBF of our system to be more than 10 year.

Please response with appropriate documents

Kindly do the needful.

Regards

A Kumar

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  • Hi A Kumar,

    I am asking our internal team about this date code/lot code. I will keep you updated.

    -Marcoo Z

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  • In reply to Marcoo Z:

    Dear Sir,

    We are waiting for your response.

    Regards
  • In reply to A Kumar:

    Hi A Kumar,

    Was this a reel? Do you have a copy of the reel label? The reel label should have the actual date code.

    -Marcoo

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    If you feel your thread is resolved, please selected Answered.

    If you are using the TL431, check out the new ATL431LI for improved system performance in a p2p package or a ultra  small X2SON (1mm x 1mm x 0.4mm)

    Check out: Voltage Reference Design Tips For Data Converters a new app note that discusses voltage reference error and how it affects ADCs/DACs

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