XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

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XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by weav » Mon Jul 13, 2020 3:38 am

About to buy parts for the TF536. Question is I can save about $5 if I go with the commercial variant instead of industrial. Different BOM lists show one or the other. Safe to go with commercial to save money? I know it is rated to 70C and the industrial goes up to 85C. Seeing some posts that these can get a bit toasty but if the cpld stays under 70C then should be able to save a few dollars. How warm do they get when pushed hard?

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Re: XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by PhilC » Mon Jul 13, 2020 8:21 am

@weav ive used both without issue so far.
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Re: XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by theq » Mon Jul 13, 2020 8:27 am

I'm using a XC95288XL-10TQG144C on my TF536, and it's working fine.
Although I haven't been testing the Amiga for more than 3 hours straight, but as I said, it has been working fine.

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Re: XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by terriblefire » Mon Jul 13, 2020 8:34 am

Makes no difference unless you want your amiga to run at -30C
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Re: XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by weav » Mon Jul 13, 2020 1:36 pm

Thanks everyone! Appreciate it.

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Re: XC95288XL-10TQG144I or XC95288XL-10TQG144C ??

Post by snifferman » Mon Jul 13, 2020 2:34 pm

I have assembled two using version C. Stressed for 30h and CPLD is 42*C. Im testing one with 110mhz oscillator and 42*C is max temp what it gets

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