What is the difference between IC:SM908E626CVPEK, SM908E626DVPEK and SM908E626EVPEK?
I don't know, but what they've all got in common is that they aren't ColdFire chips!
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NXP doesn't list any "SM908E626" parts at all. It only has "MM908E626" and it only has "MM908E626A" and not "C", "D" or "E". Google can only find "SM908E626" on Chinese Language web pages. So what are they? Clones?
It also (eventually) found these ones where B, C, D and E ones are listed, but they can't decide on what packages they're in or how many pins they have. Maybe that letter defines package type. Maybe someone was buying raw die and putting them in different packages. Maybe they're pre-programmed for specific functions?
Well, please be note that the part numbers you have referenced cannot be found on our website officially, they are “proprietary device” manufactured by NXP/Freescale for an specific company.Proprietary devices and documentation become confidential and can only be obtained through the company for whom we manufactured the products. This device cannot be crossed referenced.If this device was found in an end product, please contact the manufacturer of the product or equipment for information. Due to nondisclosure agreements with this company, we are not authorized to release information. We can only release data on standard products.
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