Programmable Devices
CPLDs, FPGAs, SoC FPGAs, Configuration, and Transceivers
19652 Discussions

MAX 10 VC suffix - any differences in functionality?

IDeyn
New Contributor III
362 Views

Hi all!

 

There is a new offer from the market for MAX10 FPGA, but with VC suffix, which means 

C Device shipped in a carrier
V 5.0-V tolerant inputs

 

Is there a difference in functionality between chips with and without these suffixes?

I mean, timing parameters, any board design considerations, and so on.

And what does it mean - "Device shipped in a carrier"?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

--

Best regards,

Ivan

0 Kudos
8 Replies
AminT_Intel
Employee
349 Views

Hello,

 

What is your OPN and may I know where did you get this information?

 

Thank you

IDeyn
New Contributor III
342 Views
AminT_Intel
Employee
325 Views

Hello,

 

OPN is the part number but that is okay I do not think we need that for your inquiry. The suffixes explain certain device features as you mentioned above. Apart from that it is the same as the part that does not have these features. Hope this answer your question! 

 

Thank you.

IDeyn
New Contributor III
317 Views

Hello @AminT_Intel!

 

Thank you for your answer!

 

But could you please clarify:


1. What does it mean "Device shipped in a carrier"?

2. Do the 5.0V tolerant inputs affect the I/O timing parameters or not?

 

--

Best regards,

Ivan

IDeyn
New Contributor III
310 Views

Well, as about carrier as I understand it means a form of shipping similar to the one described here : https://www.intel.cn/content/dam/altera-www/global/zh_CN/pdfs/literature/an/an071.pdf

 

The question remains is, "Do the 5.0V tolerant inputs affect the I/O timing parameters or not?" and why there is no information about that in MAX 10 datasheet?

 

 

 

--

Best regards,

Ivan

AminT_Intel
Employee
303 Views

Hello,

 

That is the customized version. Please contact your Intel sales team representative.

 

Thank you.

AminT_Intel
Employee
285 Views

 We do not receive any response from you to the previous question/reply/answer that I have provided. This thread will be transitioned 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.

IDeyn
New Contributor III
279 Views

Ok, thanks.

 

 

--

Best regards,

Ivan

Reply