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alro_2373731
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I found an old spec sheet for the em_eeprom and it shows an option for wear leveling factor.  I do not see it in the latest version of component. Is there some type of wear leveling included in the component? Is there an expected number of write cycles?  If write cycles were a concern and all I needed was about a 100 bytes of non-volatile storage, whats the best option on the chip?

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GeonaP_26
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Hello Alex,

Optional Wear Leveling is supported in latest Em_EEPROM 2.0. This version will be supported from PSoC Creator 4.2. For characteristics, refer to Flash DC Specifications and Flash AC Specifications in the specific device datasheet.

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Bob_Marlowe
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Best would be to use the PSoC5 internal EEProm, not emulated. Specs are in datasheet.

Bob

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odissey1
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alexander,

to save some data or settings in EEPROM you can use this component, which handles access to EEPOM and has some options

myEEPROM: component to save/recall application settings in EEPROM between power offs

odissey1

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GeonaP_26
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Hello Alex,

Optional Wear Leveling is supported in latest Em_EEPROM 2.0. This version will be supported from PSoC Creator 4.2. For characteristics, refer to Flash DC Specifications and Flash AC Specifications in the specific device datasheet.