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Replacement for Intel / Altera EPM570F256C5N

vankammen
Beginner
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Experiencing a part allocation issue for the Intel / Altera EPM570F256C5N CPLD.  Any suggestions for a drop-in replacement?

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ak6dn
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Tried I temp vs C temp? Faster or slower speed grade?

 

Mouser has 2pcs of C3N in stock as of the time of this post. I suspect you want more than two tho. Lead time is listed as 53 weeks.

vankammen
Beginner
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I currently use commercial temp so it is possible to switch to industrial or automotive temp (with a cost penalty) - I will check with distributors on part availability.  

 

What would be the impact of changing the speed grade?  Would the I/O timing change at all if I moved to a faster speed grade?  The I/O timing is critical for my application.

ak6dn
Valued Contributor III
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Moving to a faster (or slower) speed grade will have a minor effect on the I/O timing. Mostly speed grade effects the internal core timing.

If your timing is really critical tho, I would rerun simulations using the alternate device timing info selected.

Ash_R_Intel
Employee
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Hi, If you are moving from slower to faster speed grade device, then there will be no risk from timing perspective.


For faster to slower device, you should re-run the Timing Analysis only for the new device to check if you have sufficient margins and all constraints are met or not.


A way to do that is to create a Timing Netlists for different speed grades in Timing Analyzer tool and check the performance.


Regards


Ash_R_Intel
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