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SteBaTue
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Hello,
we had to replace the S70KL1281 with the S70KL1283 due to availability. Unfortunately that did not work. Now we have seen in the data sheet that for the S70KL1282 "hyperbus" is specified and for the S70KL1283 "octal". Just to be sure: Does this mean that the S70KL1283 does not support hyperbus?
We use the memory with a STM32H7 and have tried to adapt the software (without hyperbus). But that did not work properly either. Are there any examples of use, or hints on how to make the settings.

Thanks!

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Aadesh
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Hi @SteBaTue ,

The part S70KL1282 supports only  HYPERBUS™ interface and S70KL1283 supports only xSPI octal interface.  

Please go through the attached application notes then you will get an idea regarding how to use HYPERBUS™ as well as  xSPI octal interface.

Regards,

Aadesh Borate

 

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Hi @SteBaTue ,

The part S70KL1282 supports only  HYPERBUS™ interface and S70KL1283 supports only xSPI octal interface.  

Please go through the attached application notes then you will get an idea regarding how to use HYPERBUS™ as well as  xSPI octal interface.

Regards,

Aadesh Borate