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Altera components part numbers

DavidF
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What are the differences between the following Altera's Part Numbers:

  • EP2AGX125EF29I3N - EP2AGX125EF29I3G
  • EP2AGX125EF29I5N - EP2AGX125EF29I5G
  • 10CL025YU256C8 - 10CL025YU256C8G

Are these components interchangeable?

Thanks. 

 

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NurAiman_M_Intel
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Hi,


Thank you for contacting Intel community.


Please be noted for OPN that ended with 'G' suffix, it is RoHS compliant devices.

As you can see in the device overview for Cyclone10 LP below (page 5), there are descriptions for the OPN.

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/hb/cyclone-10/c10lp-51001.p...


This also applicable to other FPGA device al well. Device that ended with 'N' suffix is obsolete and replaced with device that ended with 'G' suffix.


Hope this help.


Regards,

Aiman




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NurAiman_M_Intel
Employee
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Hi,


Thank you for contacting Intel community.


Please be noted for OPN that ended with 'G' suffix, it is RoHS compliant devices.

As you can see in the device overview for Cyclone10 LP below (page 5), there are descriptions for the OPN.

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/hb/cyclone-10/c10lp-51001.p...


This also applicable to other FPGA device al well. Device that ended with 'N' suffix is obsolete and replaced with device that ended with 'G' suffix.


Hope this help.


Regards,

Aiman




DavidF
Employee
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Yes, this helped.

Thanks!

Best regards,

David.

 

 

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