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2011\12\06@110502 by Electron

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Hello,
what does it mean "Temp Range: Various" in Microchip slang?

I think it's the old extended temperature (-55C..+125C IIRC), however they
do specify the temperature range for the normal parts, but for these they
don't, instead they say a cryptic "Temp Range: Various". I can't find an
official document that clarifies beyond any doubt/risk the temperature range
represented by "Temp Range: Various".

Cheers,
Mario

2011\12\06@111445 by Jan-Erik Soderholm

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Electron wrote 2011-12-06 17:04:
>
> Hello,
> what does it mean "Temp Range: Various" in Microchip slang?
>
> I think it's the old extended temperature (-55C..+125C IIRC), however they
> do specify the temperature range for the normal parts, but for these...

What is "these" ?


> they
> don't, instead they say a cryptic "Temp Range: Various". I can't find an
> official document that clarifies beyond any doubt/risk the temperature range
> represented by "Temp Range: Various".
>
> Cheers,
> Mario

2011\12\07@051710 by Electron

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At 17.14 2011.12.06, you wrote:
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>Electron wrote 2011-12-06 17:04:
>>
>> Hello,
>> what does it mean "Temp Range: Various" in Microchip slang?
>>
>> I think it's the old extended temperature (-55C..+125C IIRC), however they
>> do specify the temperature range for the normal parts, but for these...
>
>What is "these" ?

I have noticed "Temp Range: Various" only for PIC32MX parts, specifically
I was looking at the new PIC32MX1xx range.


>
>
>> they
>> don't, instead they say a cryptic "Temp Range: Various". I can't find an
>> official document that clarifies beyond any doubt/risk the temperature range
>> represented by "Temp Range: Various".
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Mario
>>
>

2011\12\07@091712 by Matt Bennett

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On Wed, December 7, 2011 4:16 am, Electron wrote:
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There are a number of temperature ranges, What is available for each part
is typically in the datasheet near the end under "Product Identification
System."

This is from the PIC12F609/615/617/12HV609/615 datasheet:

H =  -40°C to  +150°C     (High Temp)
I =  -40°C to   +85°C     (Industrial)
E =  -40°C to  +125°C     (Extended)

and from the PIC32MX1XX/2XX datasheet:

I =  -40°C to +85°C (Industrial)
V =  -40°C to +105°C (V-temp)

The specifics of the temperature ratings for the parts are always in the
datasheet, from my experience.

If you're specifically looking for high temperature parts, the page at
<www.microchip.com/stellent/idcplg?IdcService=SS_GET_PAGE&nodeId=2844&param=en544687>
has links to the parts that have had reliability testing to AEC Q100 Grade
0 (+150°C)

Matt Bennett
Just outside of Austin, TX
30.51,-97.91

The views I express are my own, not that of my employer, a large
multinational corporation that you are familiar with

2011\12\07@113953 by Electron

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Thank you, very useful info.


At 15.17 2011.12.07, you wrote:
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