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TPS7A49: TPS7A4901DGNR

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Part Number: TPS7A49

Immediate request please:

PN TPS7A4901DGNR has a lead finish of NIPDAU|NIPDAUAG - how it is determined which finish we will receive? We want to only get the NiPdAu finish as the NiPdAuAg finish is not exempt for J-STD-001 and would require gold wash. 

Thank you,

Mary 

  • Hi Mary,

    This device has two production flows with is the reason for the different lead finishes. The only way we can support you getting the NiPDAu finish is by setting up an orderable part number with just that production flow. 

    Our Customer Support Center can answer your questions in detail. Please send me a private note if this is not working.

    I hope this helps. 

    John Cummings 蔣康明
    Texas Instruments 德洲儀器
    Johncummings@ti.com

    Please click the "Resolved" link at the bottom of this post if I have answered your question.

    Thank you,

  • In reply to JCHK:

    Is there a way to for us to determine which version we received? Is there a certain marking on the part or on the label or a date code format that would tell us what they are? 

    Thank you very much for your quick response on this ~ much appreciated :-) 

    Mary 

  • In reply to Mary LaMotte:

    Also, can you please provide the max thickness of gold used for the plating process? 

    Thanks much!

    Mary 

  • In reply to Mary LaMotte:

    Hi Mary,

    Unita marked (HNT) have a NiPdAu finish, and units marked (ASH) have the NiPdAuAg finish.

    If you need further details, please feel free to contact me directly.

    John Cummings 蔣康明
    Texas Instruments 德洲儀器
    Johncummings@ti.com

    Please click the "Resolved" link at the bottom of this post if I have answered your question.

    Thank you,

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