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SEK
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What are the differences between the industrial IPP65R110CFD and the automotive IPP65R110CFDA?

Are these devices coming from the same fab/process, final assembly & test?  Any material differences?  The only difference is the testing qualification JEDEC vs. AEC?

Thank you!

 

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vigneshkumar
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Hi,

CFDA and CFD  is based on the CFD2 technology. Core Material and specifications are same in both CFD and CFDA. Since CFDA series is qualified to automotive standard AEC-Q101 , it is suitable to be used in automotive applications. CFD is suitable for industrial applications.

Though CFDA and CFD  is based on the CFD2 technology, Automotive products will have additional screening tests and also will be produced on production lines qualified as per automotive standards.

 

Regards

Vignesh kumar

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vigneshkumar
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Hi,

Thanks for posted on infineon community,

CFDA and CFD  is based on the CFD2 technology. Core Material and specifications are same in both CFD and CFDA. Since CFDA series is qualified to automotive standard AEC-Q101 , it is suitable to be used in automotive applications. CFD is suitable for industrial applications.

 

Regards,

Vignesh kumar

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vigneshkumar
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25 solutions authored 10 likes received 50 replies posted

Hi,

CFDA and CFD  is based on the CFD2 technology. Core Material and specifications are same in both CFD and CFDA. Since CFDA series is qualified to automotive standard AEC-Q101 , it is suitable to be used in automotive applications. CFD is suitable for industrial applications.

Though CFDA and CFD  is based on the CFD2 technology, Automotive products will have additional screening tests and also will be produced on production lines qualified as per automotive standards.

 

Regards

Vignesh kumar

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