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MS_19060803
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Hi all,

How many millimeters is the coplanarity of both FP100R12N3T7 and FP100R12W3T7_B11?

I couldn't find it in the datasheet.

Best regards,

MS

 

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Hi,

It is hard to tell exactly but for the back side, the coplanarity is less than 1-1.5 mm.

BR,

AZIZ

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AZIZ_HASSAN
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Hi,

Can you please elaborate your question to understand it better and may I know why you need this data.

Thanks.

BR,

AZIZ

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TakashiO
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Hi Aziz,

Here is the parameter explanation which he want to know.

Coplanarity.png

Regards,

TakashiO

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AZIZ_HASSAN
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Hi,

If I am not wrong, coplanarity means difference between minimum and maximum height of the pins of the module.

Based upon this definition, the coplanarity of FP100R12N3T7 and FP100R12W3T7_B11 is zero in mm.

BR,

AZIZ

 

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Hi,

Thank you for your explanation TakashiO-san.

Thank you for your reply AZIZ-san.

However, I would like to know the coplanarity of the backside of the module.

Please look at the red arrows.

FP100R12W3T7_B11

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FP100R12N3T7

MS_19060803_7-1670834916172.png

Best regards,

MS

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Hi,

It is hard to tell exactly but for the back side, the coplanarity is less than 1-1.5 mm.

BR,

AZIZ

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