Part number query 20PU suffix

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Many of the AVR devices currently available in the UK (Rapid-Online) have the suffix 20PU (eg ATtiny2313-20PU). Could someone please explain the significance of this?

I've looked at the Atmel site, searched these boards & Google but have been unable to find any direct reference. I'd check the datasheet only I'm not sure which one is relevant :?:

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Many of the AVR devices currently available in the UK (Rapid-Online) have the suffix 20PU (eg ATtiny2313-20PU). Could someone please explain the significance of this?

I've looked at the Atmel site, searched these boards & Google but have been unable to find any direct reference. I'd check the datasheet only I'm not sure which one is relevant


Ummm--maybe the one for the ATtiny2313?

Start here:
http://www.atmel.com/dyn/product...

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Just to further Lee's link... look at the "ordering information" section at the back of the data sheet.

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theusch wrote:
Ummm--maybe the one for the ATtiny2313?

Thanks I'll check that, my confusion was mainly concerning the P & PA devices but then I guess they're not hyphenated :roll: