Mehmet Fide

LC60: Stop3 mode supply current Typical vs Max

Discussion created by Mehmet Fide on Dec 22, 2007
Latest reply on Dec 28, 2007 by Ying-Ling Sun
Hi,
 
MCU is MC9S08LC60. Stop3 mode supply current in A.6 Supply Current Characteristics in the datasheet indicated typically 660nA. But 20μA as maximum. This values are so different and I wonder maximum value depends on temperature or mcu in mass production in 25°C?
 
How should I interpret these values in datasheet:
May any LC60 at 25°C consume current 20μA in stop3 mode? If yes, I want to learn the ratio.
or it means, All LC60 at 85°C consume current 20μA in stop3 mode?
I mean what is typical, what is maximum for this parameter?
 
I have a battery powered application that is capable of working in -40°C/+85°C.
If the value is 660nA for all LC60 at 25°C and it may vary to 20μA over temperature, this is acceptable for our application.
If the value is 660nA for most LC60 but 20μA for fews at 25°C, this is not acceptable and We have to control this value at our mass production.
 
Regards,
BP.

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