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EP2S60F672C3 (Leaded version) vs EP2S60F672C3N (Lead-Free version)

Edgar_Gutierrez
Beginner
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Hello Community, 

 

I wanted to ask for your help if you can help me to clarify what is the difference between the next two MPN for the  Stratix II FPGA: 

  • EP2S60F672C3 (Leaded version)
  • EP2S60F672C3N (Lead-Free version)

I believe the part with the "N" suffix  the only difference it has it is related to the the Lead-Free vs Leaded version, but I wanted to make sure they both are exactly the same in the specs or functionality. I have been looking in the datasheet but they do not specify anything related to the "N" suffix.  

 

Thank you,

Edgar Gutierrez. 

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AminT_Intel
Employee
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Hello Edgar,

 

Yes you are correct. The only differences between these two are the lead/non-lead. The functionality and specs will be the same.

 

Please refer to this KDB: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/articles/000080748.html

 

Thank you.

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AminT_Intel
Employee
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Hello Edgar,

 

Yes you are correct. The only differences between these two are the lead/non-lead. The functionality and specs will be the same.

 

Please refer to this KDB: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/programmable/articles/000080748.html

 

Thank you.

Edgar_Gutierrez
Beginner
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Hello AminT,

 

Understood, Thanks for the help on this request really appreciate your support. 

 

Thank you,

Edgar Gutierrez.

AminT_Intel
Employee
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 I’m glad that your question has been addressed, I now transition this thread to community support. If you have a new question, feel free to open a new thread to get the support from Intel experts. Otherwise, the community users will continue to help you on this thread. Thank you.

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