-an suffix vs -au suffix

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What is the difference between ATmega328PB-AN & ATmega328PB-AU devices?  Same package, don't see any electrical differences in the data sheet (unless I missed something).

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Compare the operating temperature range of the two chips.

 

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avrcandies wrote:
THANKS!! Much appreciated, You win a pull up resistor for saving my eyesight.

Did you look at the Ordering Information for the datasheet in question?

 

My PDF reader found thatas the first search hit for "-AN".

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Yes I stared at it several times, but never noticed the last word 85 vs 105  since both say INDUSTRIAL -40C to ....     I spent too much time looking at all of the (2) (3) (1) subscripts 

 

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Last Edited: Thu. May 4, 2017 - 05:10 PM