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Difference between EPM7032AETC44-10 and EPM7032AETC44-10N

antofi
Beginner
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Hello,

 

I am trying to figure out, if there is a difference between the EPM7032AETC44-10 and the EPM7032AETC44-10N, the only difference that I spotted so far was that one is Rohs compliant while the other isn't. I would be thankful if someone could confirm that those CPLDs are basically the same otherwise.

 

Thank you

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ak6dn
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Yes, -N suffix means PbFree ROHS compliant package. Pretty much means the same thing for almost all vendors.

The package mechanicals and internal silicon are exactly the same.

AminT_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

 

Yes you can check the suffix meaning on this website: https://www.intel.ru/content/www/ru/ru/products/programmable/sample-ordering-codes.html?elq_cid=6978159_ts1642987095867&erpm_id=9287003_ts1642987095867

 

Other than that the specification for the device with similar OPN is the same.

 

Thank you.

AminT_Intel
Employee
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