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Anonymous
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I found only a mention like:
S99-50214 S29WS512P
S99-50355 S25FL512SAGMFIR10
S99-50354 S25FL256SAGMFIR10

how will it be? for:
S99-50367
S99-50364
S99-50353
S99-50352
S99-50351
S99-50350
S99-50349
S99-50348
S99-50345
S99-50263

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi,

These 5-digit numbers are used by Cypress internal teams. They serve no purpose for external customers. All customers should reference the OPNs in the datasheet such as you quoted in your text.

Is there a particular reason you want to find out the meanings of these internal project numbers?

Best regards,

Zhi

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi,

These 5-digit numbers are used by Cypress internal teams. They serve no purpose for external customers. All customers should reference the OPNs in the datasheet such as you quoted in your text.

Is there a particular reason you want to find out the meanings of these internal project numbers?

Best regards,

Zhi

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Anonymous
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HI.

there is paper, where the given designations are indicated

PRODUCT CHANGE NOTIFICATION

PCN: PCN155001 Date: December 11, 2015

https://media.digikey.com/pdf/PCNs/Cypress%20Semiconductor/PCN155001.pdf

Marketing Part Number 7-18

same it was possible to make an order, for example:

https://www.mouser.com

Mouser No: 727-S99-50367

Mfr. No: S99-50367

Интересно, как преобразуется внутренний маркировка.

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi,

Thanks for the additional info. The S99-xxxxx part numbers are for Cypress internal and for some particular customers only. If a customer is given such number, they are also given the mapping to the normal MPN such as S25FL512SAGMFIR10.

Basically you don't need to worry about part numbers in such format. Please just ignore them on any documentation you may have. You should be able to place order by using the normal MPNs according to the datasheets.

Best regards,

Zhi

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Anonymous
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Thanks for the explanation, it's clear that nothing is clear.

Used in the devices, the S99-xxxxx series has a special design, and there

are no analogues.

For new developments it is necessary to use S25FL512SAGMFIR10.

In the case of features, possible to request order for a special

performance, then the special number of the S99-xxxxx series will be

assigned.

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi,

I don't quite understand what you stated. Are you saying you have problems ordering S25FL512SAGMFIR10  devices?

Thanks,

Zhi

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Anonymous
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I mean, your answer is that the S99-xxxxx notations are special versions of

S25FL512SAGMFIR10, but if such a designation is used in the finished

device, then there is no analogue.

2018-05-17 15:24 GMT+02:00 zhfe <community-manager@cypress.com>:

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi,

I am not saying S99-xxxxx is a special notation for S25FL512SAGMFIR10. I am saying you should not be using S99-xxxxx format to order Cypress devices. You should use the normal MPNs, such as S25FLxxxSxxxxxxx.

What do you mean by "there is no analogue" ? Sorry I am not familiar with this term.

Thanks,

Zhi

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Anonymous
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with you it is interesting to communicate.

" analogue" means a possible replacement with a different designation, but

completely identical in functionality.

I would understand, if you pointed out that all S99-xxxxxx is

S25FL512SAGMFIR10, but S99-50354 is already S25FL256SAGMFIR10, and

S99-50214 - S29WS512P, so I was interested in the beginning, what is the

appropriate for the notation.

S99-50367

S99-50364

S99-50353

S99-50352

S99-50351

S99-50350

S99-50349

S99-50348

S99-50345

S99-50263

I already certainly found the answer to my question, it is a pity that it

was not obtained from the chip manufacturer.

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ZhiF_31
Employee

Hi Rdit,

Thanks for the explanation. Let me re-state what I mentioned in my previous reply:

I am NOT saying S99-xxxxx is a special notation for S25FL512SAGMFIR10. I am saying you should not be using S99-xxxxx format to order Cypress devices. You should use the normal MPNs, such as S25FLxxxSxxxxxxx.

Thanks,

Zhi

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