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5M1270ZT144A5N in place of 5M1270ZT144C5N

Manohara
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We are thinking of using 5M1270ZT144A5N in place of 5M1270ZT144C5N; Can we do it without board redesign? Will there be a significant impact if we replace 5M1270ZT144C5N with 5M1270ZT144A5N?

Also, what is UFM & CFM values for 5M1270ZT144A5N, we could not find these details in spec sheet.

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Ash_R_Intel
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Hi,


The difference between 5M1270ZT144A5N and 5M1270ZT144C5N is only the temperature grade. The A device is Automotive grade (-40 to 125 deg C) whereas the C device is commercial grade (0 to 85 deg C).

Both the devices are fully compatible to each other and do not require any board changes for replacement.


I did not understand your query related to "values of CFM and UFM". Are you asking how to read the content of flash memory? If yes, then use the stand-alone embedded Jam STAPL Player and Jam Byte-Code Player provide action commands for programming or reading the entire flash memory (UFM and CFM together) or each independently.

For more details please refer the MAX V Device Handbook, section 7.


Regards



Ash_R_Intel
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