Does the ADXL001 device have PCN wherein a protective cap is placed over the exposed MEMS structure? Same with PCN 16_0262.
The ADXL001 is a major advance over previous generations of accelerometers providing high performance and wide bandwidth. This part is ideal for industrial...
ADXL001 on Analog.com
Thank you for your post. Normally, for products that are in production, PCNs are listed in the ordering guide area of the web site.
For example, on the ADXL357 page, it is located here:
Having said that, the ADXL001 is obsolete, which removes the support for PCN service online.
With that in mind, may I ask for the intention, or desired outcome from this query?
I can do some research, but need some relevance to properly target that activity.
I encountered two ADXL001 device and performed delid, have observed that these two have different die design, one is capped die and the other is uncapped die.
Is there a difference in functionality for these 2 type and is there a PCN for the changes?
Hoping for your kind support on this matter.
If I remember correctly, we moved to a capped die approach, due to loss of manufacturing support from the uncapped process provider, at that time. While I was not intimately familiar with this one, there was substantial effort to maintain the resonant frequency, mechanical gain (Q) and other key performance metrics. I hope this helps.
I have found two things:
1. We cannot supplement our standard PCN system, by sharing such files though this forum, but you can make a request through your normal interface with ADI's manufacturing team.
2. This case appears like something that one of my colleagues already addressed through direct email dialog, perhaps with our end customer.
Sorry I can't support your request directly, but the information does appear to be available, through more official channels.