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The S29AL008J70BFI010 datasheet lists the sector trace time as "10s",
The S29AL008J70BFI010 datasheet lists a maximum sector trace time of 10s.
I understand from the above description that if it takes more than 10 seconds to execute a sector trace, it is considered to be abnormal, Is this correct?
S29PL032J70BFI120 and S29PL032J70BFI070
What is the difference between these two products?
Are there any differences between them?
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We use a S29GL01GT12DHVV10 for FPGA configuration memory. I am currently working on stress analysis and couldn't find any information in the datasheet for current of VIO pins. I believe all the max current consumption values on sheet 3 are for VCC. Looking for both a worst case/max and typical draw.
PSCK/tCH/tCL are available as AC specifications for SCK duty ratio, and for tCH/tCL, Notes 30,
Notes 30. ±10% duty cycle is supported for frequencies ≦ 50MHz.
(Confirm AC specs regarding SCK duty ratio: tCH/tCL)
When using SCK frequency: 333 kHz (PSCK: 3000 ns [cycle]), which of the following AC specification values for tCH/tCL is supported by Note 30?
Which of the following is the AC spec value?
When FSCK > 50MHz, the value is 45% (=50%-5%)xPSCK.
tCH(Min) = (50%-10%)xPSCK : (40%)1200ns
tCL(Min) = (50%-10%)xPSCK : (40%)1200ns
Or does it mean that up to ±10% duty cycle is possible?
tCH(Min) = 10%xPSCK : (10%)300ns
tCL(Min) = 10%xPSCK : (10%)300ns
Please let me know processing across the boundary between Die1 and Die2 of S25HL02GT,
For example, when program 32 bytes from 07FFFFF0h, is one transaction acceptable?
Or do I have to split it into two transactions?
I am using S29GL064S uniform sector flash memory in word mode, where I have successfully read the CIF Query data, but want to understand, how the data should be considered (in Hex or Decimal) ?
Consider reading Chip erase timeout (address 0x22h) (As per datasheet --> Typical timeout for full chip erase 2^N ms)
Expected data = 0x10h (16 decimal)
So, which of the below timeout is correct?
1. Convert 10H to 16 decimal --> (1 << 16) = 65536 ms decimal
2. Consider 10 in decimal --> (1 << 10) = 1024 ms decimal
As per my understanding we will not have chip erase timeout of 65 sec.
I have S25FL128S software blocked second half of address memory.
Here is article describing this protection:
My question is how to unblock it back ?
If I/O voltage is 3.3V, which is good for VIO/RFU ?
1. "no connect".
2. connect to 3.3V.