Part Number: ATF22V10C-15PU

Manufacturer: Microchip Technology

Description: 22V10 Programmable Logic Device (PLD) IC 10 Macrocells 24-PDIP

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Technical Specifications of ATF22V10C-15PU

Datasheet  ATF22V10C-15PU datasheet
Category Integrated Circuits (ICs)
Family Embedded – PLDs (Programmable Logic Device)
Manufacturer Atmel
Series 22V10
Packaging Tube
Part Status Active
Programmable Type EE PLD
Number of Macrocells 10
Voltage – Input 5V
Speed 15ns
Mounting Type Through Hole
Package / Case 24-DIP (0.300″, 7.62mm)
Supplier Device Package 24-PDIP

ATF22V10C-15PU Introduction

Introducing the newest high-performance programmable logic device from Atmel, the ATF22V10C-15PU. With speeds as low as 5ns and power dissipation as low as 10A, this device, built with cutting-edge flash technology, provides unrivaled speed and power efficiency. It is a flexible solution for power-restricted applications because of the industry-standard design, user-friendly software tools, and numerous functions like DMA control, state machine control, and graphics processing. The device is also environmentally friendly, offering Pb/Halide/RoHS-compliant green box alternatives. Learn about the ATF22V10C-15PU, which is very dependable and strong and can be used in various temperature ranges, including industrial, commercial, and military.

ATF22V10C-15PU Description

The Atmel® ATF22V10C is a powerful CMOS (electrically erasable) programmable logic device that uses Atmel’s time-tested Flash memory technology (PLD).  You can have speeds as low as 5ns and power consumption as low as 10A (average). For military and industrial temperature ranges, Each and every attainable velocity are covered by the whole 5V 10% supply range, while commercial temperature ranges are limited to 5V 5%. Multiple low-power solutions are available, so you can pick the best one for your power-constrained application. Using these alternatives drastically decreases overall system power consumption and improves system dependability.

ATF22V10C-15PU Features

  • When it comes to glue logic for 5.0V systems, DMA control, state machine control, and even graphics processing, the ATF22V10C-15PU is a programmable logic device you have covered. The device has an industry-standard architecture and is simple to use, and it is also equipped with low-cost, straightforward software development tools.
  • With a maximum pin-to-pin delay of 5ns, this device is a high-speed programmable logic circuit that can be erased electrically. Moreover, it has a latch that remembers the inputs of the previous logic state, allowing for more precise manipulation. The standby power of the gadget may be adjusted with a pin, and it uses only 10A of power in normal operation, making it extremely efficient.
  • The ATF22V10C-15PU is constructed with reprogrammable flash technology for increased versatility and durability. The gadget has undergone exhaustive testing, and its exceptional dependability is guaranteed by the 20-year data retention provided by the CMOS process it employs. It has optimal performance and endurance thanks to its 100 erase/write cycles, 2,000V ESD protection, and 200mA latch-up immunity.
  • This PCI-compliant component comes in various standard pinouts and packaging options, including dual inline and surface mount. Pb/Halide-free/RoHS-compliant “green” package variants are also available for the gadget.
  • The ATF22V10C-15PU can operate in a wide range of temperatures, making it useful in various settings. In addition to being compatible with the Atmel ATF22V10B(Q) and the Atmel AT22V10(L), it is also backwards-compatible with the Atmel ATF22V10 series.

The ATF22V10C-15PU is an excellent programmable logic device that excels in reliability, flexibility, and efficiency across various settings.

ATF22V10C-15PU Detailed Description

Power-up Reset By design, the registers in Atmel® ATF22V10Cs are reset whenever the device is powered on. When VCC crosses VRST, all registers are put to low at a slightly delayed time. What happens at the output is determined by the output buffer’s polarity. State machine initialization relies heavily on this property. However, the following requirements are necessary because of the asynchronous reset and the unknown method by which VCC actually rises in the system.

  • To maintain a constant voltage, the VCC increase must begin at a value lower than 0.7V.
  • After a reset, the clock pin can’t be driven high until the input and feedback setup times have passed.
  • For tPR to proceed smoothly, the clock must be kept in sync.

● Preload of Registered Outputs

The ATF22V10C registers have their dedicated circuitry for loading high or low values. Because any state can be forced into the registers to control test sequencing, this improvement will make testing much easier. When compiling a source file that uses vectors, a JEDEC file that includes preload is produced. Most certified programmers will immediately preload JEDEC files following programming once they have been downloaded.

● Security Fuse Usage

A single fuse is included to avoid illegal duplication of the ATF22V10C fuse designs. After being set up, the fuses will no longer self-check or preload. But the 64-bit User Signature is still available. Due to its quick effect, the security fuse should be programmed last.

● Programming/Erasing

PLDs can be programmed and erased with a regular PLD programmer. For details on software/programming, please refer to “CMOS PLD Programming Hardware and Software Support.”

● Input and I/O Pin-keeper Circuits

Input and output pin keepers are built into the Atmel® ATF22V10C. While not controlled by an external source or the output buffer, these circuits ensure that each ATF22V10C pin retains its former state. This aids in ensuring that all logic array inputs are at valid logic levels. This prevents pins from floating to indeterminate levels, a major waste system power source. There is no need for DC current to hold the pins in any logic state when pin-keeper circuits are used instead of pull-up resistors (high or low). As seen in the Input Diagram below, these pin-keeper circuits are realized as weak feedback inverters. Common TTL and CMOS drivers will readily overpower these keepers. 40 mA is the normal overdrive current requirement.

● Power-down Mode

The power-down function of the Atmel® ATF22V10C can be toggled on and off with a pin. Activating this mode converts the PD pin (Pin 4 on DIP/SOIC packages and Pin 5 on PLCC packages) into a power-down pin. When the power-down (PD) pin is held high, the device’s supply current drops to less than 100mA. All logic states and output data are latched and preserved during power off. That means we can still trust the information we get from our registered and combinatorial outputs.

The condition of any outputs that could not be determined at the time of power down will be preserved. When powering down, all inputs are disabled except for the power-down pin. To conserve energy, input and I/O hold latches are kept active so that pins never drift to undefined states. The logic design file includes the power-down pin feature enabled. However, the PD pin logic array input cannot be used in designs that use the power-down pin. However, the other inputs to the PD pin macrocell, such as the buried feedback and the foldback product term array, are still available for usage. The design file specifies the layout of the PD pins; this information is represented in the JEDEC file as a dedicated fuse bit. If the design file doesn’t provide for power down, the IN/PD pin will function as a standard logic input.


The ATF22V10C-15PU is a state-of-the-art programmable logic device with unprecedented processing speed and low power consumption. It’s a flexible option for applications with limited power thanks to its cutting-edge flash technology, DMA control, state machine control, and graphics processing. The software tools and industry-standard architecture make development a breeze.

This component comes in both dual inline and surface mount packages. It is PCI-compliant, has environmentally friendly packaging options, and can operate in military, commercial, and industrial temperature ranges. The CMOS method used to create the device has undergone extensive testing. It ensures great reliability by allowing for 20 years of data retention, 100 erase/write cycles, 2,000V ESD protection, and 200mA latch-up immunity. Discover the highly reliable and efficient ATF22V10C-15PU today and contact ICRFQ, your leading distributor of electronic components in China, to get started on your next project.

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