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TeMa_2997106
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I use S6E1C32C0AGN20000 in the current model.

I would like to continue using it, but it does not get immediately because it has long lead time. I think it replace the following available (shorter L/T) devices:

S6E1C11C0AGN20000
S6E1C12C0AGN20000
S6E1C31C0AGN20000

I would like to use the external protection circuit of S6E1C32 as it is. Is it possible? If the noise resistance performance and I/O electrical characteristics are different, I will change the circuit, so please tell me what is different.

I see the datasheet, I couldn't find any difference.

Thanks,
Tetsuo

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Roy_Liu
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Hello Tetsuo,

These are differences in memory size and USB, not differences in electrical characteristics.

You can use the same circuit.

Roy Liu

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Roy_Liu
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Hello Tetsuo,

These are differences in memory size and USB, not differences in electrical characteristics.

You can use the same circuit.

Roy Liu
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TeMa_2997106
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Roy-san,

Is the protection circuit in the MCU also the same?
Is there anything I should be aware of?

Thanks,

Tetsuo

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Roy_Liu
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Tetsuo-san,

Yes, the protection circuits in the MCUs are also the same. I can't think of anything else should be aware of.

Thanks,

Roy Liu
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