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Thread: 20I vs 20 Question
picon face BY : l.allen@EraseMEauckland.ac.nz

> What is the difference between these two parts (i.e. what does the "I"
> denote)?  I suspect the package, but I can't find any information on it in
> the data sheets.
> 16F84A-20/P
> 16F84A-20I/P
> John Clark
> Indianapolis, IN

Look under "Temperature Range" in the package labelling info...
"I' denotes industrial and means it is spec'ed -40degC to +85degC
as compared to the commercial (no letter) 0 to +70degC


Lance Allen
Technical Officer
Uni of Auckland
Psych Dept
New Zealand



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