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Part Number: LM431
In our project, which is on mass production stage already, we applied LM431BIM3N1C.
Now LM431BIM3N1C is NRND-device, and it's replaced by LM431BIM3/NOPB.
What are the HW differences between these two devices, and what are the important points we should take care about when migrating from LM431BIM3N1C to LM431BIM3/NOPB?
The change is just in the packaging and possibly plating to make it GREEN.
I would look into the packaging to make sure that the current lead finish is useable in your process flow.
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