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Part Number: PMP4334
thanks for spending some time have a read here. I was analyzing the schematic of the PMP4334 when I noticed some components (e.g. R32, R34, Q1, ZD4,...) which are stated as N/A on the BOM list but are seem to be present on the PCB itself visible on snvu304.pdf (the file with some PCB references for this design). My question is if they are really assembled on the final board or not. Are these 2 different revisions, if so, which one is the final revision?
Thanks once again for your time.
The PCB file SNVU304.PDF https://www.ti.com/lit/df/snvu304/snvu304.pdf is a PCB layout. All it shows is how the PCB is assembled and which components go where. It does not specify if the component is put on the PCB or not. For devices in the BOM that are "NA" on the BOM, they are not populated on the PCB and left as open circuits.
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