I am trying to find the technical difference between the following STM32 chips: STM32F405RGT7, STM32F405RGT6, STM32F405RGT6W and STM32F405RGT6TR. I know the details of the STM32F405RG family, but I cannot find out what the T6, T7, T6W etc end designation means from a technical perspective. Unfortunately this information is not in the specifications, that I can see. So, what does the T6, T7, T6W mean?Thanks :)
according to STMicrelectronics' web site (https://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers-microprocessors/stm32f405rg.html), the T6 is the LQFP-64 package, TR stands for tape and reel. The T7 devices are also LQFP-64have a higher operating temperature. The only thing that cannot really be determined is what is special for the V and W devices.
This has nothing to do with ARM - these are ST products, and it is ST's own part naming convention.
You need to go to ST for this!
The part numbering is fully explained in the Datasheet.
Excellent, thank you :)
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