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Thread: Ep3c25f256c8n vs. Ep3c25f256c8nad

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    Default Ep3c25f256c8n vs. Ep3c25f256c8nad

    Hello,
    I was looking at ordering some of the EP3C25F256C8N parts and was told that a part ending in AD is available.

    Does anyone know what the difference is if any between the EP3C25F256C8N parts and part ending in "AD" EP3C25F256C8NAD?

    I was told the AD stands for Agency Order but have no clue what that means.

    Picture of the part ending in AD is attached.

    Thanks
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    Default Re: Ep3c25f256c8n vs. Ep3c25f256c8nad

    Hi,

    The device part number ended with the additional suffix 'AD' is referring to customer specific ordering suffix, the material that builds directly for some specific customer request. These are added to the device part number when a device has under gone additional qualification upon request. For general part ordering, you may look for EP3C25F256C8N.

    Thank you

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