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EPC2TC32N - 

FPGA Configuration Memory, Flash, 1.6 Mbit, 8 MHz, JTAG, TQFP, 32 Pins

EPC2TC32N - FPGA Configuration Memory, Flash, 1.6 Mbit, 8 MHz, JTAG, TQFP, 32 Pins

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Manufacturer:
ALTERA ALTERA
Manufacturer Part No:
EPC2TC32N
Order Code:
1549337
Technical Datasheet:
(EN)
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Product Overview

The EPC2TC32N is a Configuration Device for SRAM-based LUT devices. With SRAM-based devices, configuration data must be reloaded each time the device powers up, the system initializes or when new configuration data is needed. Programming support with the Altera Programming Unit (APU) and programming hardware from Data I/O, BP Microsystems and other third-party programmers.
  • Easy-to-use 4-pin interface
  • Low current during configuration and near-zero standby mode current
  • EPC2 device has reprogrammable flash configuration memory

Applications

Computers & Computer Peripherals, Communications & Networking, Commercial

Product Information

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Flash
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1.6Mbit
:
8MHz
:
JTAG
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TQFP
:
32Pins
:
3V
:
5.25V
:
0°C
:
70°C
:
Each
:
-
:
MSL 3 - 168 hours
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