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Let me know Tjc and Tjb of S25FL128SAGMFMG00.
I found similar article as below URL. Is it same?
Please send us any document that it was written,If you have.
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Does Cypress have any pin of pin drop in replacment for the following part numbers M25P64-VMF6P and N25Q064A13ESF40G ?Show Less
is there any other way to get access to Cypress Flash File System (FFS) source code than starting a new discussion?
It is very annoying to look over all the source requests if you are seaching for FFS related information and discussions.
By the way, could you please give me access to the FFS source code?
Where can I find documentation for s25fs01g?
Is it register compatible with s25fs512? If not, is there any documentation about the differences?Show Less
We currently use the chip of S29GL128P10TF101. Has it stopped production? Can alternative models be provided? Thank youShow Less
I'm using S25FL256LAG as an external flash, and I found a bug in the driver that you supply:
In file slld.c, function slld_WriteOp(), you check whether the size is > PAGE_SIZE and if it is then you divide to multiple "page program" commands.
The problem is that nobody promises you that I'm starting to write in the beginning of a page. Maybe I want to write 200 bytes (< PAGE_SIZE) but starting from address offset 100 from that page. So that means you have to check if there's enough space left starting from the address i'm writing to, not if size > PAGE_SIZE.
So the following lines:
if(len_in_bytes < PAGE_SIZE)
length = len_in_bytes;
length = PAGE_SIZE;
Should be replaced with:
uint16_t space_left = PAGE_SIZE - (sys_addr % PAGE_SIZE);
if(len_in_bytes > space_left)
length = space_left;
length = len_in_bytes;Show Less
If the programmer voltage of S29GL128P10TF101 chip is 3.0V, when I burning chips, I use 3.0V power supply. After the chip is burned, I use 3.3V power supply . Will it affect the chip?or damage to the chip?. Thank you.
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