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2001\03\07@083621 by PDRUNEN

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Hi Group,

We are considering going to the new 16C73B parts but have heard "rumors" that
the die shrink is having problems below 20 F.

Anyone having this or other problems?

Paul

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2001\03\07@152404 by Dwayne Reid

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At 08:36 AM 3/7/01 -0500, .....PDRUNENKILLspamspam@spam@AOL.COM wrote:
>Hi Group,
>
>We are considering going to the new 16C73B parts but have heard "rumors" that
>the die shrink is having problems below 20 F.
>
>Anyone having this or other problems?
>
>Paul

Not so far - we've got a few projects with the '16c73B-04/IPC that live
outside and no reports of problems with them since they were deployed about
a year ago.  Coldest temperature they have seen is probably about -40.

dwayne


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2001\03\07@153410 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 01:07 PM 3/7/01 -0700, you wrote:

>Not so far - we've got a few projects with the '16c73B-04/IPC that live
>outside and no reports of problems with them since they were deployed about
>a year ago.  Coldest temperature they have seen is probably about -40.

Just to make this data point a bit more useful, what oscillator type and
supply voltage are you using?  Things might be quite different at 3V and
using crystal compared to 5V with a resonator. (I'm assuming that the
analog-ish parts are where any trouble would tend to lie, the digital
parts are much more straightforward and predictable). Edmonton, eh?

Best regards,

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