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MAX10 power supply 3.3V(+5%,-10%)

seiji
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MAX10のデータシートにVccio = 3.3V(±5%)と記載されています。

3.3V(+ 5%、-10%)で使えませんか?

また、3.3V-10%の問題は何ですか?

 

よろしくお願いします。

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AminT_Intel
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Hello,

 

Yes you can follow then range from the table.

 

Thanks

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AminT_Intel
Employee
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こんにちは、

まず第一に、私がこれをグーグル翻訳で書いていることをあなたに知らせなければなりません。ご質問については、このリンクhttps://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/hb/max-10/m10_datasheet.pdfの6ページの表6を参照してください。仕様を超える電圧はお勧めしません
seiji
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When VCC is 2.97V (3.3V-10%), isn't it within the range of 3.0V specifications?

AminT_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

 

May I know where did you get that information?

 

Thanks

seiji
Novice
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Hello
I'm looking at Table 6 on page 6 of the spec. I thought this table shows that 3.135-3.465V works with 3.3V specs and 2.85-3.15V works with 3.0V specs.
Therefore, when the external power supply is 2.97V, it is out of the 3.3V specification range, but it is within the 3.0V specification range, so I thought it would work with the 3.0V specification.
Thank you.

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.

seiji
Novice
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Hello.

 

Is the idea of ​​the previous thread correct?

Thank you.

AminT_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

 

Yes you can follow then range from the table.

 

Thanks

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