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Ann0323
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For MPN: SAK-TC277TP-64F200N DC, 2 OPN and SP# observed.
Kindly pls help to explain the different and will it affect functionality?
Thanks a lot!

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Prudhvi
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Hello,

Please see the below link on what last number in the OPN means. There are no functional differences as both the devices are "SAK-TC277TP-64F200N DC". 

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/search/opn/orderable-part-number-opn-translation-table/

In general the difference can be found in Data Sheet addendum available in MyICP that too if there is a difference in the Sales Product Name ex: SAK-TC277TP-64F200N DC & SAK-TC277TP-64F200S DC. Otherwise, no function differences.

From my view, the number you mentioned is about the package version but not any thing that affects the functionality. Please see below:

                                                 Prudhvi_0-1659509501869.png

Hope this answers your question.

Regards,

Prudhvi.

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Prudhvi
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Hello,

Please see the below link on what last number in the OPN means. There are no functional differences as both the devices are "SAK-TC277TP-64F200N DC". 

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/search/opn/orderable-part-number-opn-translation-table/

In general the difference can be found in Data Sheet addendum available in MyICP that too if there is a difference in the Sales Product Name ex: SAK-TC277TP-64F200N DC & SAK-TC277TP-64F200S DC. Otherwise, no function differences.

From my view, the number you mentioned is about the package version but not any thing that affects the functionality. Please see below:

                                                 Prudhvi_0-1659509501869.png

Hope this answers your question.

Regards,

Prudhvi.

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