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Part Number: TMP61
I'm looking at the TMP6131DYA part and I see that the DYA foot print is different than a standard 0603 foot print. I would like to use the 0603 foot print in my design for compatibility purposes. Will that be a problem?
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The DYA package sits on an IPC-782A 0603 footprint with no issues to fit or solder quality. We recommend to reduce the pads if possible to minimize excess copper to achieve the maximum sensitivity of the part. However it’s not necessary to change the foot print at all. The size of the footprint has no bearing on the accuracy of the part. Also note, that the IPC recommends increasing the land pad size to increase robustness in wave soldering. This is good for our part when using a standard 0603 pad size.
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