I am a bit confused concerning the Qualified Functional Safety Data Package support Cyclone 10 LP now or if it will later.
If you open up the brief for the package at the bottom of this page
Then Cyclone 10 LP is listed as supported device.
But if you look at the Cyclone 10 LP page.
As a feature under product details it says "In addition, they will be supported in a future release of the functional safety pack, TUV certified to IEC 61508, reducing development time and time to market."
These contradict each other.
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"If you open up the brief for the package at the bottom of this page
Then Cyclone 10 LP is listed as supported device."
Can you show me which part does it mention about Cyclone 10 LP as supported device as I did not found the information.
Oh sorry I downloaded the brief from two places and looked at the wrong one. Your homepage and from Digikey.
This file I attached is from Digikey.
So I can interpret this as Cyclone 10 LP is not supported right now, but it will be supported in the future. Is there a time frame for when it will be supported?
Regarding the same topic while you check that.
The Cyclone 10 LP itself is stated as compliant with IEC 61508 and has been since release I think. So the package can´t be a requirement for IEC 61508 certification. But I think only certain versions of Quartus are certified. Where can I find this inforamtion?
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