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Part Number: TPS2052B
Could you please tell me what different between P/N: TPS2052BDGNR and TPS2052BDGNRG4?
What's G4 meaning?
Have checked the datasheet and can't find the difference.
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In reply to Ziv Zhang:
Rely from package team:
The G4 designates that this package is green friendly. There are some customers that would like this designation on the orderable. All our parts are green friendly and ROHS compliant, but for marketing reasons there are aliases created with the G4 suffix. Both parts are EXACTLY the same.
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