Maybe this question is applied for your whole products.
If so, please replace this to there thanks.
Does your AD9680 made from a magnetic body?
When the around temp is 13C to 161C, AD9680 become a magnetic body, correct?
I confirmed your material declaration for AD9680.
So I found that AD9680 use Sn for plating or solder sphere finish on there.
The beta-tin(temp. 13C to 161C) have the paramagnetism as you know.
On the other hand, the alpha-tin(temp under 13C) have the diamagnetism.
Our customer will put AD9680 in strong magnetic field like a MRI.
So this info is very important for him.
Ah,,,I knew it.
In fact customer will put it close position of MRI.
The reason why AD9680 cannot use is that AD9680(almost your IC products) have Sn material correct?
Thank you for your inquiry regarding the AD9680. The AD9680 package cannot be used in an MRI environment.
That is right. We have the AD9253EP that has a package that is non-magnetic. Material declaration available here
Is this the kind of package your customer is interested in? Can you please provide a bit more information on the application?
Thanks for you great support again.
I confirmed that you were instructed Link AD9253EP's.
It was included 4.8x10-4[g] Tin=Sn material in there.
Is this correct?
2)I would like to recommend your AD9253EP to our customer as non-magnetic device.
But the datasheet brought from the following link have only poor contents.
For detail, should the customer need NDA via local ADI sales?
Customer doesnt talk a lot about the application. Maybe keep NDA between his customer.
But is is not MRI in fact.
The AD9253EP is electrically IDENTICAL to the AD9253. So for all detailed information, the regular AD9253 datasheet should work. The AD9253-EP should be considered as a datasheet subset that highlights only the changes between itself and the AD9253.
What other details are you looking for? You are more than welcome to contact the local ADI sales office by going to Sales and Distribution
Please let me know if you have any further questions.