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Registered: ‎02-14-2012

URGENT !!!: XCV300-4BG432I Discontinued. Need Recommendation for Functional and Physical Dimensional Equivalent

Hi,

 

I need a community Recommendation for Functional and Physical Dimensional Equivalent of the discontinued XCV300-4BG432I that is backward compatible with the existing architectures of  the XCV300-4BG432I. Item must be immediately procurable, and will remain supportable and procurable for the next 15 years.

 

Appreciate any insight Tech Support and the community can provide.

 

Lorenzo

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Explorer
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Registered: ‎08-12-2011

I think that you're joking, but in case you're serious:

 

You'll never get a drop in replacement, the standard solution is to procure as many of the parts you need before they are discontinued.

 

I see that Avnet have six XCV300-4BGG432C in stock, Commerical temp grade not Industrial but perhaps close enough for your need.

 

There are dozens of websites that specialise in reselling excess semiconductor stock, look there also.

 

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Registered: ‎08-12-2011

You may think about an XCV300E, Virtex E is similar to Virtex 1, but to quote from the data sheet:

 

"The Virtex-E family is not bitstream-compatible with the Virtex family, but Virtex designs can be compiled into equivalent Virtex-E devices.
The same device in the same package for the Virtex-E and
Virtex families are pin-compatible with some minor exceptions. See the data sheet pinout section for details."

 

Hire an engineer who has good attention to detail if you want to make that conversion.

 

 

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I see that Avnet have six XCV300-4BGG432C in stock, Commerical temp grade not Industrial but perhaps close enough for your need.

 

This part is in a RoHS-compliant ("lead-free") package, I believe.  This means that the assembly heating/reflow profile for the original board (which is undoubtedly NOT RoHS-compliant) must be modified to accommodate the higher required temperatures for soldering/reflow of "lead-free" solder balls of the newer "green" package.

 

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good attention to detail there Bob.

 

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