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teresin
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Spartan 6 speed grades and low power devices

 

Hello,

 

I have been looking for the Low Power Spartan 6 device, I mean the Lx150 -1LFG(G)484, but I didn't find it.

does anybody know if it is already available or we can I find it in the Xilinx web page in order to know the exact features and price??

 

Thank you!!!

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bassman59
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@teresin wrote:

 

Hello,

 

I have been looking for the Low Power Spartan 6 device, I mean the Lx150 -1LFG(G)484, but I didn't find it.

does anybody know if it is already available or we can I find it in the Xilinx web page in order to know the exact features and price??

 

Thank you!!!


http://www.findchips.com/avail?part=XC6SLX150-L

 

----------------------------Yes, I do this for a living.
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eteam00
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Bassman's succinct and thrifty response:

http://www.findchips.com/avail?part=XC6SLX150-L

Given that there are only two Xilinx distributors in the USA (Avnet and Digi-Key), checking with findchips.com doesn't clear up the question much.  We don't even know in which part of the world the OP resides.

 

teresin,

 

You should look up the nearest Xilinx sales representative and consult with them.  If production parts aren't yet available, they will tell you.  If you want many parts, they will ask you for a parts forecast.  If you want a couple of samples, they might order them from sample stock.  And if you want small quantities, they will likely point you to a distributor -- and hopefully the distributor will have some in stock or on order.

 

The important lesson is to start ordering the parts well in advance of your need, at least 3 months.  Xilinx schedules its production runs tightly -- it's not quite build to order, but it isn't far removed from it.

 

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bassman59
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@eteam00 wrote:

Bassman's succinct and thrifty response:

http://www.findchips.com/avail?part=XC6SLX150-L

Given that there are only two Xilinx distributors in the USA (Avnet and Digi-Key), checking with findchips.com doesn't clear up the question much.  We don't even know in which part of the world the OP resides.

 

teresin,

 

You should look up the nearest Xilinx sales representative and consult with them.  If production parts aren't yet available, they will tell you.  If you want many parts, they will ask you for a parts forecast.  If you want a couple of samples, they might order them from sample stock.  And if you want small quantities, they will likely point you to a distributor -- and hopefully the distributor will have some in stock or on order.


The real lesson is to never design with a part until you can actually buy it in quantity from DigiKey.

 

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