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MAX10 ESD Withstand Voltage

Susan1
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Please could someone tell me what the ESD withstand voltage is for the MAX10, please? Or where to find it, as I have been looking and cannot find them anywhere. Specifically it is for the 10M50DAF256C8G. Thank you.

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AminT_Intel
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Susan1
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Unfortunately that link to the pdf didn't work/take me to the document.

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AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

Can you try to open the link on other browser? The link works well for me. 

 

Thanks

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Susan1
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It literally takes me here: -

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Please could you just send me the document instead?

Thank you.

 

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Susan1
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Please could you email me the actual pdf please, as the link does not work on anything. Thank you.

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AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

Are you referring to Reliability Report? If yes, you will need to have CNDA.

 

Thank you.

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Susan1
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I just need the value ESD HBM and CDM values, please? So I don't need a whole report, just these values. Then we will know what level of handling precautions are required.

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AminT_Intel
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2021 reliability report is made and uploaded into RDC.

Since 2021 update, reliability report delivery process has changed.

The 2021 Reliability report of our PSG legacy products (20nm and older technologies) is available in Intel’s RDC System. Refer below link.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/design/resource-design-center.html

 

Content ID: 653451

Document title: 2021 Programmable Solutions Group (PSG) Reliability Monitoring Report

 

Now,  customer needs to visit RDC site and get the report by themselves.

Once visit to RDC, the customer can use keyword in search box to look for the reliability report.

Keyword: 2021 reliability monitoring

 

Since the reliability report is Intel confidential information, the RDC registration is required by the customer with CNDA.

If the customer cannot find out or cannot access 2021 reliability report, the customer is required for RDC registration, please get the registration in the RDC website.

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Susan1
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Looking at the White Papers "A Case for Lowering Component Level HBM/MM ESD Specifications and Requirements" back in 2018, can I assume that the MAX10 is 500V HBM level, and 250V CDM, as proposed in 2021, as this is what the industry was proposing?

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AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

May I know how did you make that assumption?

 

Thank you.

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Susan1
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Because there was no simple information for the single HBM and CDM values for this part forthcoming from Intel. These white papers cover IC's, then unless it's less, these values are the best information we currently have.

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AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

I am unable to validate that value other than the one they have from Reliability Report. 

 

Thank you. 

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AminT_Intel
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