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Part Number: TLVH431A
This is for TLVH431AQDCKR P/N (DCK Package).
My customer would like to understand why the Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance spec is smaller than Junction-to-case thermal resistance.
As per their understanding, Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance is always bigger than Junction-to-case. Is the thermal resistance spec information correct?
Please kindly help to advise, thanks.
it seems the numbers are swapped. I am unsure on how this happened. the Rja should be 259 and Rjc should be 87.
I will work on getting this fixed on the next revision.
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In reply to Marcoo Z:
Thanks for the confirmation.
I will wait for the next revision before I submit the revised document for document approval.
In reply to Philip:
I will work on the revision but it will take a while for release.
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