07-13-2020 12:34 PM
1a) Is XQ5VLX110T-2EF1136I a valid part number?
1b) Is XQ5VLX110T-2EF1136I an orderable part number?
1c) What is the Solder Ball Alloy Material?
1d) Any plans to discontinue this part within 2 years?
2a) Is XQ7A100T-2FG484I a valid part number?
2b) Is XQ7A100T-2FG484I an orderable part number?
2c) What is the Solder Ball Alloy Material?
2d) Any plans to discontinue this part within 2 years?
3a) Is XQ7VX690T-2RF1158I a valid part number?
3b) Is XQ7VX690T-2RF1158I an orderable part number?
3c) What is the Solder Ball Alloy Material?
3d) Any plans to discontinue this part within 2 years?
4a) Is XC7K325T-1FFG676I a valid part number?
4b) Is XC7K325T-1FFG676I an orderable part number?
4c) What is the Solder Ball Alloy Material?
4d) Any plans to discontinue this part within 2 years?
07-13-2020 12:53 PM
If you visit your favorite distributor website (Mouser, Avnet, Digikey, etc), you can just look for those P/N and answer your 'a' and 'b' questions. At first glance they look to me like complete P/N.
For the 'c' the answer is in the Packaging and Pinout document (there is one for each series). For example UG475 is for the 7 series.
'd' question maybe you get some answer here or I would contact their commercial guys. For Artix and Kintex, I don't expect that, but this is just my engineering intuition.
07-13-2020 12:56 PM
A more rigorous approach to answer 'a' and 'b' is to get each series Product Table and Selection Guide, there is a page with the encoding for the PN
07-13-2020 02:27 PM - edited 07-14-2020 06:16 AM
it is worth noting that:
-the family overviews usually have the part # decoder (under "ordering information") - as do some of the family guides... but they don't always tell you the valid combinations... checking a distributor like Avnet/Digikey was good advice
-XC = commercial, XQ = defense, XA = automotive
edit: -I would generally expect the defense parts to have Sn/Pb package balls but there can be some exceptions.
a two letter package (e.g. FG676) is Sn/Pb while a third letter of G or V is Pb-free (e.g. FFG676): see https://www.xilinx.com/support/quality.html#rohs
1c/2c/3c/4d you can google the package material data sheet.... I would expect to see Sn/Pb for the first 3 you gave and Pb-free for the 4th - but you can see that here:
I wouldn't expect lifecycle (or lead-time) to be given publicly in a forum... I would check with an authorized distributor:
07-14-2020 06:19 AM
minor correction above.
I would expect the defense parts to almost always have lead (SnPb) - at least for the package balls (the substrate carrier caps can be a more complicated story which is why there are RF vs FF packages with other differences too).... Automotive parts and newer commercial families are likely usually Pb-free.
07-14-2020 07:12 AM
In response to a your suggestion to reach out to the commercial group, I don't know who or how to contact commercial. That's where I would have started in the first place. Do you know who to call or which email to use?