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S27KL0641, S27KS0641 ADVANCE HyperRAM™ Self-Refresh DRAM 3.0V/1.8V 64 Mbit (8 Mbyte) Distinctive Characteristics HyperBusTM Low Signal Count Interface 3.0V I/O, 11 bus signals – Single ended clock (CK) High Performance 1.8V I/O, 12 bus signals – Differential clock (CK, CK#) Double-Data Rate (DDR) - two data transfers per clock Chip Select (CS#) 100-MHz clock rate (200 MB/s) at 3.0V VCC 8-bit data bus (DQ[7:0]) Sequential burst transactions Read-Write Data Strobe (RWDS) – Bidirectional Data Strobe / Mask – Output at the start of all transactions to indicate refresh latency – Output during read transactions as Read Data Strobe – Input during write transactions as Write Data Mask Configurable Burst Characteristics – Wrapped burst lengths: RESET# CS# CK CK# Up to 333MB/s 166-MHz clock rate (333 MB/s) at 1.8V VCC – – – – – – – – VCC VCCQ DQ[7:0] RWDS 16 bytes (8 clocks) 32 bytes (16 clocks) 64 bytes (32 clocks) 128 bytes (64 clocks) Linear burst Hybrid option - one wrapped burst followed by linear burst Wrapped or linear burst type selected in each transaction Configurable output drive strength Package and Die Options – 24-ball FBGA footprint VSS VSSQ Performance Summary Read Transaction Timings Maximum Current Consumption Maximum Clock Rate at 1.8V VCC/VCCQ 166 MHz Burst Read or Write (linear burst at 166MHz, 1.8V) 60 mA Maximum Clock Rate at 3.0V VCC/VCCQ 100 MHz Power On Reset 50 mA Standby (CS# = High, 3V, 105°C) 300 µA Maximum Access Time, (tACC @ 166MHz) 36 ns Maximum CS# Access Time to first word @ 166MHz (excluding refresh latency) 56 ns Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C • 198 Champion Court Deep Power Down (CS# = High, 3V, 105°C) 20 µA Standby (CS# = High, 1.8V, 105°C) 300 µA Deep Power Down (CS# = High, 1.8V, 105°C) 10 µA • San Jose, CA 95134-1709 • 408-943-2600 Revised Wednesday, July 29, 2015 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Contents Distinctive Characteristics .................................................. 2 Performance Summary ........................................................ 2 1. General Description..................................................... 4 2. HyperRAM Product Overview ..................................... 5 3. 3.1 3.2 3.3 HyperBus Interface ...................................................... Command-Address Bit Assignments ............................. Read Transactions......................................................... Write to Memory Space Transactions............................ 4. Memory Space.............................................................. 8 5. 5.1 5.2 Register Space ............................................................. 8 Device Identification Registers....................................... 9 Register Space Access................................................ 10 6 7 7 7 HyperRAM Hardware Interface 6. 6.1 Interface States .......................................................... 15 Power Conservation Modes......................................... 15 7. 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 7.7 Electrical Specifications............................................ Absolute Maximum Ratings ......................................... Latchup Characteristics ............................................... Operating Ranges........................................................ DC Characteristics ....................................................... Power-Up Initialization ................................................. Power Down................................................................. Hardware Reset ........................................................... 8. 8.1 Timing Specifications ................................................ 23 AC Characteristics ....................................................... 23 9. Physical Interface ...................................................... 25 17 17 18 18 18 20 21 21 10. Ordering Information ................................................. 26 10.1 Ordering Part Number.................................................. 26 10.2 Valid Combinations ...................................................... 26 11. Revision History......................................................... 27 Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 3 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 1. General Description The Spansion HyperRAM™ family of products are high-speed CMOS, Self-refresh Dynamic RAM (DRAM) devices, with a HyperBus interface. The Random Access Memory (RAM) array uses dynamic cells that require periodic refresh. Refresh control logic within the device manages the refresh operations on the RAM array when the memory is not being actively read or written by the HyperBus interface master (host). Since the host is not required to manage any refresh operations, the DRAM array appears to the host as though the memory uses static cells that retain data without refresh. Hence, the memory can also be described as Pseudo Static RAM (PSRAM). Because the DRAM cells cannot be refreshed during a read or write transaction, there is a requirement that the host not perform read or write burst transfers that are long enough to block the necessary internal logic refresh operations when they are needed. The host is required to limit the duration of transactions and allow additional initial access latency, at the beginning of a new transaction, if the memory indicates a refresh operation is needed. HyperBus is a low signal count, Double Data Rate (DDR) interface, that achieves high speed read and write throughput. The DDR protocol transfers two data bytes per clock cycle on the DQ input/output signals. A read or write transaction on HyperBus consists of a series of 16-bit wide, one clock cycle data transfers at the internal HyperRAM core with two corresponding 8-bit wide, one-halfclock-cycle data transfers on the DQ signals. All inputs and outputs are LV-CMOS compatible. Ordering Part Number (OPN) device versions are available for core (VCC) and IO buffer (VCCQ) supplies of either 1.8V or 3.0V (nominal). Command, Address, and Data information is transferred over the eight HyperBus DQ signals. The clock is used for information capture by a HyperBus device when receiving Command-Address/Data on the DQ signals. Command-Address values are center aligned with clock edges. The Read/Write Data Strobe (RWDS) is a bidirectional signal that indicates: – when data will start to transfer from the memory to the host in read transactions (initial read latency), – when data is being transferred from the memory to the host during read data transfers (source synchronous read data strobe), – when data will start to transfer from the host to the memory in write transactions (initial write latency), – and data masking during write data transfers. During the command and address cycles of a read or write transaction, RWDS acts as an output from the memory to indicate whether additional initial access latency is needed to perform a dynamic memory refresh operation. During read data transfers, RWDS is a read data strobe with data values edge aligned with the transitions of RWDS driven by the memory device. During write data transfers, RWDS indicates whether a data byte is masked (prevented from changing the byte location in memory) or not masked (written to memory). Data masking may be used by the host to byte align write data within the memory or to enable merging of multiple non-word aligned writes in a single burst write. During write transactions, data is center aligned with the clock. Read and write transactions are burst oriented, transferring the next sequential word during each clock cycle. Each individual read or write transaction can use either a wrapped or linear burst sequence. During wrapped transactions, accesses start at a selected location and continue to the end of a configured word group aligned boundary, then wrap to the beginning location in the group, then continue back to the starting location. Wrapped bursts are generally used for critical word first instruction or data cache line fill read accesses. During linear transactions, accesses start at a selected location and continue in a sequential manner until the transaction is terminated when CS# returns High. Linear transactions are generally used for large contiguous data transfers such as graphic image moves. Since each transaction command selects the type of burst sequence for that access, wrapped and linear burst transactions can be dynamically intermixed as needed. For additional information on HyperBus interface operation, please refer to the HyperBus specification. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 4 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 2. HyperRAM Product Overview The HyperRAM Family consists of multiple density option, 1.8V or 3.0V core and I/O, synchronous self-refresh Dynamic RAM (DRAM) memory devices. This family provides a HyperBus slave interface to the host system. HyperBus has an 8 bit (1 byte) wide DDR data bus and uses only word-wide (16-bit data) address boundaries. Read transactions provide 16 bits of data during each clock cycle (8 bits on both clock edges). Write transactions take 16 bits of data from each clock cycle (8 bits on each clock edge). Figure 2.1 HyperRAM Interface RESET# CS# CK CK# VCC VCCQ DQ[7:0] RWDS VSS VSSQ Read and write transactions require two clock cycles to define the target row address and burst type, then an initial access latency of tACC. During the Command-Address (CA) part of a transaction, the memory will indicate whether an additional latency for a required refresh time (tRFH) is added to the initial latency; by driving the RWDS signal to the High state. During the CA period the third clock cycle will specify the target word address within the target row. During a read (or write) transaction, after the initial data value has been output (or input), additional data can be read from (or written to) the row on subsequent clock cycles in either a wrapped or linear sequence. When configured in linear burst mode, the device will automatically fetch the next sequential row from the memory array to support a continuous linear burst. Simultaneously accessing the next row in the array while the read or write data transfer is in progress, allows for a linear sequential burst operation that can provide a sustained data rate of 333 MB/s (1 byte (8 bit data bus) * 2 (data clock edges) * 166 MHz = 333 MB/s). Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 5 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 3. HyperBus Interface For the general description of how the HyperBus interface operates in HyperRAM memories, refer to the HyperBus specification. The following section describes HyperRAM device dependent aspects of HyperBus interface operation. All bus transactions can be classified as either read or write. A bus transaction is started with CS# going Low with CK = Low and CK# = High. The transaction to be performed is presented to the HyperRAM device during the first three clock cycles in a DDR manner using all six clock edges. These first three clocks transfer three words of Command / Address (CA0, CA1, CA2) information to define the transaction characteristics: Read or write transaction Whether the transaction will be to the memory array or to register space. Whether a read transaction will use a linear or wrapped burst sequence The target half-page address (row and upper order column address) The target Word (within half-page) address (lower order column address) Once the transaction has been defined, a number of idle clock cycles are used to satisfy initial read or write access latency requirements before data is transferred. During the Command-Address portion of all transactions, RWDS is used by the memory to indicate whether additional initial access latency will be inserted for a required refresh of the memory array. When data transfer begins, read data is edge aligned with RWDS transitions or write data is center aligned with clock transitions. During read data transfer, RWDS serves as a source synchronous data timing strobe. During write data transfer, clock transitions provide the data timing reference and RWDS is used as a data mask. When RWDS is Low during a write data transfer, the data byte is written into memory; if RWDS is High during the transfer the byte is not written. Data is transferred as 16-bit values with the first eight bits transferred on a High going CK (write data or CA bits) or RWDS edge (read data) and the second eight bits being transferred on the Low going CK or RWDS edge. Data transfers during read or write operations can be ended at any time by bringing CS# High when CK = Low and CK# = High. The clock may stop in the idle state while CS# is High. The clock may also stop in the idle state for short periods while CS# is Low, as long as this does not cause a transaction to exceed the CS# maximum time low (tCSM) limit. This is referred to as Active Clock Stop mode. In some HyperBus devices this mode is used for power reduction. However, due to the relatively short tCSM period for completing each data transfer, the Active Clock Stop mode is generally not useful for power reduction but, may be used for short duration data flow control by the HyperBus master. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 6 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 3.1 Command-Address Bit Assignments Table 3.1 Command-Address Bit Definitions CA Bit# Bit Name Bit Function Identifies the transaction as a read or write. R/W# = 1 indicates a Read transaction R/W# = 0 indicates a Write transaction 47 R/W# 46 Address Space (AS) 45 Burst Type Indicates whether the burst will be linear or wrapped. Burst Type = 0 indicates wrapped burst Burst Type = 1 indicates linear burst 44-37 (256 Mb) 44-36 (128 Mb) 44-35 (64 Mb) Reserved Reserved for future row address expansion. Reserved bits should be set to 0 by the HyperBus master. 36-22 (256 Mb) 35-22 (128 Mb) 34-22 (64 Mb) 3.2 Indicates whether the read or write transaction accesses the memory or register spaces. AS = 0 indicates memory space. AS = 1 indicates the register space. The register space is used to access device ID and Configuration registers. Row Address Row component of the target address: System word address bits A23-A9. 21-16 Upper Column Address Upper Column component of the target address: System word address bits A8-A3. 15-3 Reserved 2-0 Lower Column (word) Address Reserved for future column address expansion. Reserved bits should be set to 0 by the HyperBus master. Lower Column component of the target address: System word address bits A2-0 selecting the starting word within a row. Read Transactions Table 3.2 Maximum Operating Frequency For Latency Code Options Latency Code Latency Clocks Maximum Operating Frequency (MHz) 0000 5 133 0001 6 166 0010 Reserved NA 0011 Reserved NA 0100 Reserved NA 0101 Reserved NA 0110 Reserved NA 0111 Reserved NA 1000 Reserved NA 1001 Reserved NA 1010 Reserved NA 1011 Reserved NA 1100 Reserved NA 1101 Reserved NA 1110 3 83 1111 4 100 Note: 1. The Latency Code is the value loaded into Configuration Register bits CR0[7:4]. 3.3 Write to Memory Space Transactions When a linear burst write reaches the last address in the array, continuing the burst beyond the last address has undefined results. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 7 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 4. Memory Space When CA is 0 a read or write transaction accesses the DRAM memory array. Table 4.1 Memory Space Address Map Unit Type Count System Word Address Bits CA Bits Rows within 64 Mb device 8192 (Rows) A21 - A9 34 - 22 Row 1 (row) A8 - A3 21 - 16 512 (word addresses) 1 kbytes Half-Page 8 (word addresses) A2 - A0 2-0 16 bytes Notes 5. Register Space When CA is 1 a read or write transaction accesses the Register Space. Table 5.1 Register Space Address Map Register System Address — — — 31-27 26-19 18-11 10-3 — 2-0 CA Bits 47 46 45 44-40 39-32 31-24 23-16 15-8 7-0 Identification Register 0 (read only) C0h or E0h 00h 00h 00h 00h 00h Identification Register 1 (read only) C0h or E0h 00h 00h 00h 00h 01h Configuration Register 0 Read C0h or E0h 00h 01h 00h 00h 00h Configuration Register 0 Write 60h 00h 01h 00h 00h 00h Configuration Register 1 Read C0h or E0h 00h 01h 00h 00h 01h Configuration Register 1 Write 60h 00h 01h 00h 00h 01h Note: 1. CA45 may be either 0 or 1 for either wrapped or linear read. CA45 must be 1 as only linear single word register writes are supported. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 8 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 5.1 Device Identification Registers There are two read only, non-volatile, word registers, that provide information on the device selected when CS# is low. The device information fields identify: Manufacturer Type Density – Die Stack Address – Row address bit count – Column address bit count Table 5.2 ID Register 0 Bit Assignments Bits Function 15-14 Die Address 13 Reserved Settings (Binary) 00 - Die 0 (Lowest address die or single die) 01 - Die 1 10 - Die 2 11 - Die 3 0 - default 12-8 Row Address Bit Count 00000 - One Row address bit ... 11111 - Thirty-two row address bits 7-4 Column Address Bit Count 0000 - One column address bit ... 1111 - Sixteen column address bits 3-0 Manufacturer 0000 - Reserved 0001 - Spansion 0010 to 1111 - Reserved Table 5.3 ID Register 1 Bit Assignments 5.1.1 Bits Function 15-4 Reserved 3-0 Device Type Settings (Binary) 0000_0000_0000b (default) 0000 - HyperRAM 0001 to 1111 - Reserved Density and Row Boundaries The DRAM array size (density) of the device can be determined from the total number of system address bits used for the row and column addresses as indicated by the Row Address Bit Count and Column Address Bit Count fields in the ID0 register. For example: a 64 Mbit HyperRAM has 9 column address bits and 13 row address bits for a total of 22 word address bits = 222 = 4 Mwords = 8 Mbytes. The 9 column address bits indicate that each row holds 29 = 512 words = 1 kbytes. The row address bit count indicates there are 8196 rows to be refreshed within each array refresh interval. The row count is used in calculating the refresh interval. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 9 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 5.2 Register Space Access Register default values are loaded upon power-up or hardware reset. The registers can be altered at any time while the device is in the standby state. Loading a register is accomplished with a single 16-bit word write transaction as shown in Figure 5.1. CA is zero to indicate a write transaction, CA is a one to indicate a register space write, CA is a one to indicate a linear write, lower order bits in the CA field indicate the register address. Figure 5.1 Loading a Register CS# CK, CK# RWDS DQ[7:0] Memory drives RWDS with Refresh Indication 47:40 39:32 31:24 23:16 15:8 7:0 15:8 Command-Address 7:0 RD Host drives DQ[7:0] with Command-Address and Register Data Notes: 1. The host must not drive RWDS during a write to register space. 2. The RWDS signal is driven by the memory during the Command-Address period based on whether the memory array is being refreshed. This refresh indication does not affect the writing of register data. RWDS is driven immediately after CS# goes low, before CA[47:46] are received to indicate that the transaction is a write to register space, for which the RWDS refresh indication is not relevant. 3. The register value is always provided immediately after the CA value and is not delayed by a refresh latency. 4. The the RWDS signal returns to high impedance after the Command-Address period. Register data is never masked. Both data bytes of the register data are loaded into the selected register. Each register is written with a separate single word write transaction. Register write transactions have zero latency, the single word of data immediately follows the Command-Address. RWDS is not driven by the host during the write because RWDS is always driven by the memory during the CA cycles to indicate whether a memory array refresh is in progress. Because a register space write goes directly to a register, rather than the memory array, there is no initial write latency, related to an array refresh that may be in progress. In a register write, RWDS is also not used as a data mask because both bytes of a register are always written and never masked. Reserved register fields must be written with their default value. Writing reserved fields with other than default values may produce undefined results. Reading of a register is accomplished with a single 16 bit read transaction with CA=1 to select register space. If more than one word is read, the same register value is repeated in each word read. The CA burst type is “don’t care” because only a single register value is read. The contents of the register is returned in the same manner as reading array data, with one or two latency counts, based on the state of RWDS during the Command-Address period. The latency count is defined in the Configuration Register 0 Read Latency field (CR0[7:4]). 5.2.1 Configuration Register 0 Configuration Register 0 (CR0) is used to define the power mode and access protocol operating conditions for the HyperRAM device. Configurable characteristics include: Wrapped Burst Length (16, 32, 64, or 128-byte aligned and length data group) Wrapped Burst Type – Legacy wrap (sequential access with wrap around within a selected length and aligned group) – Hybrid wrap (Legacy wrap once then linear burst at start of the next sequential group) Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 10 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Initial Latency Variable Latency – Whether an array read or write transaction will use fixed or variable latency. If fixed latency is selected the memory will always indicate a refresh latency and delay the read data transfer accordingly. If variable latency is selected, latency for a refresh is only added when a refresh is required at the same time a new transaction is starting. Output Drive Strength Deep Power Down Mode . Table 5.4 Configuration Register 0 Bit Assignments CR0 Bit 15 18.104.22.168 Function Deep Power Down Enable 14-12 Drive Strength 11-8 Reserved 7-4 Initial Latency 3 Fixed Latency Enable 2 Hybrid Burst Enable 1-0 Burst Length Settings (Binary) 1 - Normal operation (default) 0 - Writing 0 to CR causes the device to enter Deep Power Down 000 - 34 ohms (default) 001 - 115 ohms 010 - 67 ohms 011 - 46 ohms 100 - 34 ohms 101 - 27 ohms 110 - 22 ohms 111 - 19 ohms 1 - Reserved (default) Reserved for Future Use. When writing this register, these bits should be set to 1 for future compatibility. 0000 - 5 Clock Latency 0001 - 6 Clock Latency (default) 0010 - Reserved 0011 - Reserved 0100 - Reserved ... 1101 - Reserved 1110 - 3 Clock Latency 1111 - 4 Clock Latency 0 - Variable Latency - 1 or 2 times Initial Latency depending on RWDS during CA cycles. 1 - Fixed 2 times Initial Latency (default) 0: Wrapped burst sequences to follow hybrid burst sequencing 1: Wrapped burst sequences in legacy wrapped burst manner (default) 00 - 128 bytes 01 - 64 bytes 10- 16 bytes 11 - 32 bytes (default) Wrapped Burst A wrapped burst transaction accesses memory within a group of words aligned on a word boundary matching the length of the configured group. Wrapped access groups can be configured as 16, 32, 64, or 128 bytes alignment and length. During wrapped transactions, access starts at the Command-Address selected location within the group, continues to the end of the configured word group aligned boundary, then wraps around to the beginning location in the group, then continues back to the starting location. Wrapped bursts are generally used for critical word first instruction or data cache line fill read accesses. 22.214.171.124 Hybrid Burst The beginning of a hybrid burst will wrap within the target address wrapped burst group length before continuing to the next halfpage of data beyond the end of the wrap group. Continued access is in linear burst order until the transfer is ended by returning CS# high. This hybrid of a wrapped burst followed by a linear burst starting at the beginning of the next burst group, allows multiple sequential address cache lines to be filled in a single access. The first cache line is filled starting at the critical word. Then the next sequential line in memory can be read in to the cache while the first line is being processed. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 11 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Table 5.5 CR0 Control of Wrapped Burst Sequence Bit Default Value 2 1 Name Hybrid Burst Enable CR= 0: Wrapped burst sequences to follow hybrid burst sequencing CR= 1: Wrapped burst sequences in legacy wrapped burst manner . Table 5.6 Example Wrapped Burst Sequences Burst Selection CA CR0[2:0] Start Address (Hex) Burst Type Wrap Boundary (bytes) 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2A, XXXXXX03 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, 3F, 00, 01, 02 (wrap complete, now linear beyond the end of the initial 128 byte wrap group) 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E, 4F, 50, 51, ... Address Sequence (Hex) (Words) 0 000 Hybrid 128 128 Wrap once then Linear 0 001 Hybrid 64 64 Wrap once then Linear 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, XXXXXX03 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 00, 01, 02, (wrap complete, now linear beyond the end of the initial 64 byte wrap group) 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 30, 31, ... 0 001 Hybrid 64 64 Wrap once then Linear 2E, 2F, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, 3F, 20, 21, XXXXXX2E 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, (wrap complete, now linear beyond the end of the initial 64 byte wrap group) 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E, 4F, 50, 51, ... 0 010 Hybrid 16 16 Wrap once then Linear 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 00, 01, XXXXXX02 (wrap complete, now linear beyond the end of the initial 16 byte wrap group) 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, ... 0 010 Hybrid 16 16 Wrap once then Linear 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, XXXXXX0C (wrap complete, now linear beyond the end of the initial 16 byte wrap group) 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1A, ... 0 011 Hybrid 32 32 Wrap once then Linear XXXXXX0A 0 011 Hybrid 32 32 Wrap once then Linear XXXXXX1E 0 100 Wrap 128 128 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, XXXXXX03 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, 3F, 00, 01, 02, ... 0 101 Wrap 64 64 XXXXXX03 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 00, 01, 02, ... 0 101 Wrap 64 64 XXXXXX2E 2E, 2F, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, 3F, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, ... 0 110 Wrap 16 16 XXXXXX02 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 00, 01, ... 0 110 Wrap 16 16 XXXXXX0C 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, ... 0 111 Wrap 32 32 XXXXXX0A 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, ... 0 111 Wrap 32 32 XXXXXX1E 1E, 1F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, ... Linear Linear Burst 1 126.96.36.199 XXX 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, ... 1E, 1F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, ... XXXXXX03 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B, 0C, 0D, 0E, 0F, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, ... Initial Latency Memory Space read and write transactions or Register Space read transactions require some initial latency to open the row selected by the Command-Address. This initial latency is tACC . The number of latency clocks needed to satisfy tACC depends on the HyperBus frequency and can vary from 3 to 6 clocks. The value in CR0[7:4] selects the number of clocks for initial latency. The Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 12 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 default value is 6 clocks, allowing for operation up to a maximum frequency of 166MHz prior to the host system setting a lower initial latency value that may be more optimal for the system. In the event a distributed refresh is required at the time a Memory Space read or write transaction or Register Space read transaction begins, the RWDS signal goes high during the Command-Address to indicate that an additional initial latency is being inserted to allow a refresh operation to complete before opening the selected row. Register Space write transactions always have zero initial latency. RWDS may be High or Low during the Command-Address period. The level of RWDS during the Command-Address period does not affect the placement of register data immediately after the Command-Address, as there is no initial latency needed to capture the register data. A refresh operation may be performed in the memory array in parallel with the capture of register data. 188.8.131.52 Fixed Latency A configuration register option bit CR0 is provided to make all Memory Space read and write transactions or Register Space read transactions require the same initial latency by always driving RWDS high during the Command-Address to indicate that two initial latency periods are required. This fixed initial latency is independent of any need for a distributed refresh, it simply provides a fixed (deterministic) initial latency for all of these transaction types. The fixed latency option may simplify the design of some HyperBus memory controllers or ensure deterministic transaction performance. Fixed latency is the default POR or reset configuration. The system may clear this configuration bit to disable fixed latency and allow variable initial latency with RWDS driven high only when additional latency for a refresh is required. 184.108.40.206 Drive Strength DQ signal line loading, length, and impedance vary depending on each system design. Configuration register bits CR0[14:12] provide a means to adjust the DQ[7:0] signal output impedance to customize the DQ signal impedance to the system conditions to minimize high speed signal behaviors such as overshoot, undershoot, and ringing. The default POR or reset configuration value is 000b to select the mid point of the available output impedance options. The impedance values shown are typical for both pull-up and pull-down drivers at typical silicon process conditions, nominal operating voltage (1.8Vor 3V) and 50°C. The impedance values may vary by up to ±80% from the typical values depending on the Process, Voltage, and Temperature (PVT) conditions. Impedance will increase with slower process, lower voltage, or higher temperature. Impedance will decrease with faster process, higher voltage, or lower temperature. Each system design should evaluate the data signal integrity across the operating voltage and temperature ranges to select the best drive strength settings for the operating conditions. 220.127.116.11 Deep Power Down When the HyperRAM device is not needed for system operation, it may be placed in a very low power consuming mode called Deep Power Down (DPD), by writing 0 to CR0. When CR0 is cleared to 0, the device enters the DPD mode within tDPDIN time and all refresh operations stop. The data in RAM is lost, (becomes invalid without refresh) during DPD mode. The next access to the device driving CS# Low then High, POR, or a reset will cause the device to exit DPD mode. Returning to Standby mode requires tDPDOUT time. For additional details see Section 6.1.3, Deep Power Down on page 15. 5.2.2 Configuration Register 1 Configuration Register 1 (CR1) is used to define the distributed refresh interval for this HyperRAM device. The core DRAM array requires periodic refresh of all bits in the array. This can be done by the host system by reading or writing a location in each row within a specified time limit. The read or write access copies a row of bits to an internal buffer. At the end of the access the bits in the buffer are written back to the row in memory, thereby recharging (refreshing) the bits in the row of DRAM memory cells. However, the host system generally has better things to do than to periodically read every row in memory and keep track that each row is visited within the required refresh interval for the entire memory array. The HyperRAM family devices include self-refresh logic that will refresh rows automatically so that the host system is relieved of the need to refresh the memory. The automatic refresh of a row can only be done when the memory is not being actively read or written by the host system. The refresh logic waits for the end of any active read or write before doing a refresh, if a refresh is needed at that time. If a new read or write begins before the refresh is completed, the memory will drive RWDS high during the Command-Address period to indicate that an additional initial latency time is required at the start of the new access in order to allow the refresh operation to complete before starting the new access. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 13 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 The required refresh interval for the entire memory array varies with temperature as shown in Table 5.7, Array Refresh Interval per Temperature on page 14. This is the time within which all rows must be refreshed. Refresh of all rows could be done as a single batch of accesses at the beginning of each interval, in groups (burst refresh) of several rows at a time, spread throughout each interval, or as single row refreshes evenly distributed throughout the interval. The self-refresh logic distributes single row refresh operations throughout the interval so that the memory is not busy doing a burst of refresh operations for a long period, such that the burst refresh would delay host access for a long period. Table 5.7 Array Refresh Interval per Temperature Device Temperature (°C) Array Refresh Interval (ms) Array Rows Recommended tCMS (µs) 85 64 8192 4 105 16 8192 1 . Table 5.8 Configuration Register 1 Bit Assignments CR1 Bit 15-2 1-0 Function Reserved Distributed Refresh Interval Settings (Binary) 000000h — Reserved (default) Reserved for Future Use. When writing this register, these bits should be cleared to 0 for future compatibility. 10b — default 4 µs for Industrial temperature range devices 1 µs for Industrial Plus temperature range devices 11b — 1.5 times default 00b — 2 times default 01b — 4 times default The distributed refresh method requires that the host does not do burst transactions that are so long as to prevent the memory from doing the distributed refreshes when they are needed. This sets an upper limit on the length of read and write transactions so that the refresh logic can insert a refresh between transactions. This limit is called the CS# low maximum time (tCMS). The tCMS value is determined by the array refresh interval divided by the number of rows in the array, then reducing this calculation by half to ensure that a distributed refresh interval cannot be entirely missed by a maximum length host access starting immediately before a distributed refresh is needed. Because tCMS is set to half the required distributed refresh interval, any series of maximum length host accesses that delay refresh operations will be catching up on refresh operations at twice the rate required by the refresh interval divided by the number of rows. The host system is required to respect the tCMS value by ending each transaction before violating tCMS. This can be done by host memory controller logic splitting long transactions when reaching the tCMS limit, or by host system hardware or software not performing a single read or write transaction that would be longer than tCMS. As noted in Table 5.7, Array Refresh Interval per Temperature on page 14 the array refresh interval is longer at lower temperatures such that tCMS could be increased to allow longer transactions. The host system can either use the tCMS value from the table for the maximum operating temperature or, may determine the current operating temperature from a temperature sensor in the system in order to set a longer distributed refresh interval. The host system may also effectively increase the tCMS value by explicitly taking responsibility for performing all refresh and doing burst refresh reading of multiple sequential rows in order to catch up on distributed refreshes missed by longer transactions. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 14 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 HyperRAM Hardware Interface For the general description of the HyperBus hardware interface of HyperFlash memories refer to the HyperBus Specification. The following section describes HyperRAM device dependent aspects of hardware interface. 6. Interface States 6.1 Power Conservation Modes 6.1.1 Interface Standby Standby is the default, low power, state for the interface while the device is not selected by the host for data transfer (CS#= High). All inputs, and outputs other than CS# and RESET# are ignored in this state. 6.1.2 Active Clock Stop The Active Clock Stop mode reduces device interface energy consumption to the ICC6 level during the data transfer portion of a read or write operation. The device automatically enables this mode when clock remains stable for tACC + 30 ns. While in Active Clock Stop mode, read data is latched and always driven onto the data bus. ICC6 shown in Section 7.4, DC Characteristics on page 18. Active Clock Stop mode helps reduce current consumption when the host system clock has stopped to pause the data transfer. Even though CS# may be Low throughout these extended data transfer cycles, the memory device host interface will go into the Active Clock Stop current level at tACC + 30 ns. This allows the device to transition into a lower current mode if the data transfer is stalled. Active read or write current will resume once the data transfer is restarted with a toggling clock. The Active Clock Stop mode must not be used in violation of the tCSM limit. CS# must go high before tCSM is violated. 6.1.3 Deep Power Down In the Deep Power Down (DPD) mode, current consumption is driven to the lowest possible level (iDPD). DPD mode is entered by writing a 0 to CR0. The device reduces power within tDPDIN time and all refresh operations stop. The data in Memory Space is lost, (becomes invalid without refresh) during DPD mode. The next access to the device, driving CS# Low then High, will cause the device to exit DPD mode. A read or write transaction used to drive CS# Low then High to exit DPD mode is a dummy transaction that is ignored by the device. Also, POR, or a hardware reset will cause the device to exit DPD mode. Only the CS# and RESET# signals are monitored during DPD mode. Returning to Standby mode following a dummy transaction or reset requires tDPDOUT time. Returning to Standby mode following a POR requires tVCS time, as with any other POR. Following the exit from DPD due to any of these events, the device is in the same state as following POR. Table 6.1 Deep Power Down Timing Parameters Parameter tDPDIN Description Min Max Unit Deep Power Down CR0=0 register write to DPD power level 10 - µs tDPDCSL Length of CS# Low period to cause an exit from Deep Power Down 200 - ns tDPDOUT CS# Low then High to Standby wakeup time - 150 µs Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 15 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Figure 6.1 Deep Power Down Entry Timing CS# CK , CK# DQ[7:0] tDPDIN Phase Write Command-Address CR Value Enter DPD Mode DPD mode Figure 6.2 Deep Power Down CS# Exit Timing t DPDCSL CS# CK , CK# DQ[7:0] t DPDOUT Phase DPD mode Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Dummy Transaction to Exit DPD Exit DPD Mode Standby New Transaction Page 16 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 7. Electrical Specifications 7.1 Absolute Maximum Ratings Storage Temperature Plastic Packages -65°C to +150°C Ambient Temperature with Power Applied -65°C to +115°C Voltage with Respect to Ground All signals (1) -0.5 V to +(VCC + 0.5 V) Output Short Circuit Current (2) 100 mA VCC -0.5 V to +4.0 V Notes: 1. Minimum DC voltage on input or I/O signal is -1.0 V. During voltage transitions, input or I/O signals may undershoot VSS to -1.0 V for periods of up to 20 ns. See Figure 7.1. Maximum DC voltage on input or I/O signals is VCC +1.0 V. During voltage transitions, input or I/O signals may overshoot to VCC +1.0 V for periods up to 20 ns. See Figure 7.2. 2. No more than one output may be shorted to ground at a time. Duration of the short circuit should not be greater than one second. 3. Stresses above those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only; functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions above those indicated in the operational sections of this data sheet is not implied. Exposure of the device to absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. 7.1.1 Input Signal Overshoot During DC conditions, input or I/O signals should remain equal to or between VSS and VDD. During voltage transitions, inputs or I/Os may overshoot VSS to -1.0V or overshoot to VDD +1.0V, for periods up to 20 ns. Figure 7.1 Maximum Negative Overshoot Waveform VSSQ to VCCQ - 1.0V ≤ 20 ns Figure 7.2 Maximum Positive Overshoot Waveform ≤ 20 ns VCCQ + 1.0V VSSQ to VCCQ Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 17 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 7.2 Latchup Characteristics Table 7.1 Latchup Specification Min Max Unit Input voltage with respect to VSSQ on all input only connections Description - 1.0 VCCQ + 1.0 V Input voltage with respect to VSSQ on all I/O connections - 1.0 VCCQ + 1.0 V VCCQ Current -100 +100 mA Note: 1. Excludes power supplies VCC/VCCQ. Test conditions: VCC = VCCQ = 1.8 V, one connection at a time tested, connections not being tested are at VSS. 7.3 Operating Ranges Operating ranges define those limits between which the functionality of the device is guaranteed. 7.3.1 Temperature Ranges Ambient Temperature (TA) Industrial –40°C to +85°C Industrial Plus –40°C to +105°C 7.3.2 1.8V Power Supply Voltages VCC and VCCQ 7.3.3 1.7V to 1.95V 3.0V Power Supply Voltages VCC and VCCQ 7.4 2.7V to 3.6V DC Characteristics Table 7.2 DC Characteristics (CMOS Compatible) Parameter Min Typ Max Unit ILI Input Leakage Current 3V Device Reset Signal Only Description VIN = VSS to VCC, VCC = VCC max Test Conditions — — ±10.0 µA ILI Input Leakage Current 1.8V Device Reset Signal Only VIN = VSS to VCC, VCC = VCC max — — ±5.0 µA CS# = VIL, @166 MHz, VCC = 1.9V — 20 60 mA CS# = VIL, @100 MHz, VCC = 3.6V — 20 35 mA CS# = VIL, @166 MHz, VCC = 1.9V — 15 60 mA CS# = VIL, @100 MHz, VCC = 3.6V — 15 35 mA ICC1 VCC Active Read Current ICC2 VCC Active Write Current ICC4I VCC Standby Current for Industrial (-40C to +85C) CS#, VCC = VCC max, — 135 200 µA ICC4IP VCC Standby Current for Industrial Plus (-40C to +105C) CS#, VCC = VCC max — 135 300 µA ICC5 Reset Current CS# = VIH, RESET# = VIL, VCC = VCC max — 10 20 mA ICC6I Active Clock Stop Current for Industrial (-40C to +85C) CS# = VIL, RESET# = VIH, VCC = VCC max — 5.3 8 mA ICC6IP Active Clock Stop Current for Industrial Plus(-40C to +105C) CS# = VIL, RESET# = VIH, VCC = VCC max — 5.3 12 mA VCC Current during power up CS#, = H, VCC = VCC max, VCC=VCCQ= 1.95V or 3.6V (Note 7.4.1) — — 35 mA ICC7 Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 18 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Table 7.2 DC Characteristics (CMOS Compatible) Parameter Min Typ Max Unit IDPD Deep Power Down Current 3V Description CS#, VCC = 3.6V Test Conditions — — 20 µA IDPD Deep Power Down Current 1.8V CS#, VCC = 1.9V — — 10 µA Note: 1. Not 100% tested. 7.4.1 Capacitance Characteristics Table 7.3 1.8V Capacitive Characteristics Parameter Min Max Unit Input Capacitance (CK, CK#, CS#) Description CI 3 4.5 pF Delta Input Capacitance (CK, CK#) CID - 0.25 pF Output Capacitance (RWDS) CO 3 4 pF CIO 3 4 pF CIOD - 0.5 pF IO Capacitance (DQx) IO Capacitance Delta (DQx) Notes: 1. These values are guaranteed by design and are tested on a sample basis only. 2. Contact capacitance is measured according to JEP147 procedure for measuring capacitance using a vector network analyzer. VCC, VCCQ are applied and all other signals (except the signal under test) floating. DQ’s should be in the high impedance state. 3. Note that the capacitance values for the CK, CK#, RWDS and DQx signals must have similar capacitance values to allow for signal propagation time matching in the system. The capacitance value for CS# is not as critical because there are no critical timings between CS# going active (Low) and data being presented on the DQs bus. Table 7.4 3.0V Capacitive Characteristics Description Parameter Min Max Unit CI 3 4.5 pF Output Capacitance (RWDS) CO 3 4 pF IO Capacitance (DQx) CIO 3 4 pF CIOD - 0.5 pF Input Capacitance (CK, CS#) IO Capacitance Delta (DQx) Notes: 1. These values are guaranteed by design and are tested on a sample basis only. 2. Contact capacitance is measured according to JEP147 procedure for measuring capacitance using a vector network analyzer. VCC, VCCQ are applied and all other signals (except the signal under test) floating. DQ’s should be in the high impedance state. 3. Note that the capacitance values for the CK, RWDS and DQx signals must have similar capacitance values to allow for signal propagation time matching in the system. The capacitance value for CS# is not as critical because there are no critical timings between CS# going active (Low) and data being presented on the DQs bus. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 19 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 7.5 Power-Up Initialization HyperRAM Family products include an on-chip voltage sensor used to launch the power-up initialization process. VCC and VCCQ must be applied simultaneously. When the power supply reaches a stable level at or above VCC(min), the device will require tVCS time to complete its self-initialization process. The device must not be selected during power-up. CS# must follow the voltage applied on VCCQ until VCC (min) is reached during power-up, and then CS# must remain high for a further delay of tVCS. A simple pull-up resistor from VCCQ to Chip Select (CS#) can be used to insure safe and proper power-up. If RESET# is Low during power up, the device delays start of the tVCS period until RESET# is High. The tVCS period is used primarily to perform refresh operations on the DRAM array to initialize it. When initialization is complete, the device is ready for normal operation. Figure 7.3 Power-up with RESET# High Vcc_VccQ VCC Minimum Device Access Allowed tVCS CS# RESET# Figure 7.4 Power-up with RESET# Low Vcc_VccQ Device Access Allowed VCC Minimum CS# tVCS RESET# Table 7.5 Power Up and Reset Parameters Parameter Min Max Unit VCC 1.8V VCC Power Supply Description 1.7 1.95 V VCC 3V VCC Power Supply 2.7 3.6 V tVCS VCC and VCCQ >= minimum and RESET# High to first access - 150 µs Notes: 1. Bus transactions (read and write) are not allowed during the power-up reset time (tVCS). 2. VCCQ must be the same voltage as VCC. 3. VCC ramp rate may be non-linear. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 20 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 7.6 Power Down For the general description of the HyperBus interface power down specifications refer to the HyperBus Specification. The following section describes HyperRAM device dependent aspects of power down specifications. Table 7.6 1.8V Power-Down Voltage and Timing Symbol Min Max VCC VCC Power Supply 1.7 1.95 V VLKO VCC Lock-out below which re-initialization is required 1.7 – V VRST VCC Low Voltage needed to ensure initialization will occur 0.8 – V Duration of VCC VRST 30 – µs tPD Parameter Unit Note: 1. VCC ramp rate can be non-linear. Table 7.7 3.0V Power-Down Voltage and Timing Symbol Min Max Unit VCC VCC Power Supply 2.7 3.6 V VLKO VCC Lock-out below which re-initialization is required 2.7 – V VRST VCC Low Voltage needed to ensure initialization will occur 0.8 – V Duration of VCC VRST 50 – µs tPD Parameter Note: 1. VCC ramp rate can be non-linear. 7.7 Hardware Reset The RESET# input provides a hardware method of returning the device to the standby state. During tRPH the device will draw ICC5 current. If RESET# continues to be held Low beyond tRPH, the device draws CMOS standby current (ICC4). While RESET# is Low (during tRP), and during tRPH, bus transactions are not allowed. A hardware reset will: cause the configuration registers to return to their default values, halt self-refresh operation while RESET# is low, and force the device to exit the Deep Power Down state. After RESET# returns High, the self-refresh operation will resume. Because self-refresh operation is stopped during RESET# Low, and the self-refresh row counter is reset to its default value, some rows may not be refreshed within the required array refresh interval per Table 5.7, Array Refresh Interval per Temperature on page 14. This may result in the loss of DRAM array data during or immediately following a hardware reset. The host system should assume DRAM array data is lost after a hardware reset and reload any required data. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 21 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Figure 7.5 Hardware Reset Timing Diagram tRP RESET# tVCS - if RESET# Low > tRP max tRH tRPH CS# Table 7.8 Power Up and Reset Parameters Parameter Min Max Unit tRP RESET# Pulse Width Description 200 — ns tRH Time between RESET# (high) and CS# (low) 200 — ns tRPH RESET# Low to CS# Low 400 — ns Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 22 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 8. Timing Specifications For the general description of the HyperBus interface timing specifications refer to the HyperBus Specification. The following section describes HyperRAM device dependent aspects of timing specifications. 8.1 AC Characteristics 8.1.1 Read Transactions Table 8.1 HyperRAM Specific 1.8V Read Timing Parameters 166 MHz 133 MHz 100 MHz (1) Symbol Min Max Min Max Min Max Unit Read-Write Recovery Time tRWR 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns Refresh Time tRFH 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns Access Time tACC 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns — 4.0 — 4.0 — 4.0 µs — 1.0 — 1.0 — 1.0 µs Parameter Chip Select Maximum Low Time Industrial Temperature Chip Select Maximum Low Time Industrial Plus Temperature tCSM Note: 1. Sampled, not 100% tested. Table 8.2 HyperRAM Specific 3.0V Read Timing Parameters 100 MHz Parameter Symbol Min Max Unit Read-Write Recovery Time tRWR 40 — ns Refresh Time tRFH 40 — ns Access Time tACC 40 — ns — 4.0 µs — 1.0 µs Chip Select Maximum Low Time — Industrial Temperature tCSM Chip Select Maximum Low Time — Industrial Plus Temperature Note: 1. Sampled, not 100% tested. 8.1.2 Write Transactions Table 8.3 1.8V Write Timing Parameters 166 MHz Parameter 133 MHz 100 MHz (1) Symbol Min Max Min Max Min Max Unit Read-Write Recovery Time tRWR 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns Access Time tACC 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns Refresh Time tRFH 36 — 37.5 — 40 — ns — 4.0 - 4.0 - 4.0 µs — 1.0 - 1.0 - 1.0 µs Chip Select Maximum Low Time — Industrial Temperature Chip Select Maximum Low Time — Industrial Plus Temperature tCSM Note: 1. Sampled, not 100% tested. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 23 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Table 8.4 3.0V Write Timing Parameters 100MHz Parameter Symbol Min Max Unit Read-Write Recovery Time tRWR 40 — ns Access Time tACC 40 — ns Refresh Time tRFH 40 — ns — 4.0 µs — 1.0 µs Chip Select Maximum Low Time - Industrial Temperature Chip Select Maximum Low Time - Industrial Plus Temperature tCSM Note: 1. Sampled, not 100% tested. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 24 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 9. Physical Interface See the HyperBus Specification for footprint and the 6 x 8 x 1mm (VAA024) physical package diagram. Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 25 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 10. Ordering Information 10.1 Ordering Part Number The ordering part number is formed by a valid combination of the following: S27KS 064 1 DP B H I 02 0 Packing Type 0 = Tray 3 = 13” Tape and Reel Model Number (Additional Ordering Options) 02 = Standard 6 x 8 x 1.0 mm package (VAA024) Temperature Range I = Industrial (–40°C to + 85°C) V = Industrial Plus (–40°C to + 105°C) Package Materials H = Low-Halogen, Lead (Pb)-free Package Type B = 24-ball FBGA, 1.00 mm pitch (5x5 ball footprint) Speed DA = 100 MHz DP = 166 MHz Device Technology 1 = 0.063 µm DRAM Process Technology Density 064= 64Mb Device Family S27KS or S70KS Spansion Memory 1.8 Volt-only, HyperRAM Self-refresh DRAM S27KL or S70KS Spansion Memory 3.0 Volt-only, HyperRAM Self-refresh DRAM 10.2 Valid Combinations The Recommended Combinations table lists configurations planned to be available in volume. The table below will be updated as new combinations are released. Consult your local sales representative to confirm availability of specific combinations and to check on newly released combinations. Device Family Density Technology Speed Package, Material and Temperature Model Number Packing Type Ordering Part Number Package Marking S27KL 064 1 DA BHI 02 0 S27KL0641DABHI020 7KL0641DAHI02 S27KL 064 1 DA BHI 02 3 S27KL0641DABHI023 7KL0641DAHI02 S27KL 064 1 DA BHV 02 0 S27KL0641DABHV020 7KL0641DAHV02 S27KL 064 1 DA BHV 02 3 S27KL0641DABHV023 7KL0641DAHV02 S27KS 064 1 DP BHI 02 0 S27KS0641DPBHI020 7KS0641DPHI02 S27KS 064 1 DP BHI 02 3 S27KS0641DPBHI023 7KS0641DPHI02 S27KS 064 1 DP BHV 02 0 S27KS0641DPBHV020 7KS0641DPHV02 S27KS 064 1 DP BHV 02 3 S27KS0641DPBHV023 7KS0641DPHV02 Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Page 26 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 11. Revision History Spansion Publication Number: S27KL_KS-S Section Description Revision 01, May 1, 2015 Initial release Revision 02, June 5, 2015 Read Transactions Maximum Operating Frequency For Latency Code Options table: updated ‘Latency Code’ 0010 values Device Identification Registers Updated ‘ID Register 1 Bit Assignments’ table Electrical Specifications Updated Ambient Temperature with Power Applied Power-On Reset: removed section Power Down: removed section DC Characteristics (CMOS Compatible) table: updated ICC5, ICC6I, and ICC6IP Test Conditions HyperRAM Hardware Interface Electrical Specifications/Power Down: 1.8V Power-Down Voltage and Timing table: changed VRST and TPD MIn 3.0V Power-Down Voltage and Timing table: changed VRST and TPD MIn Key to Switching Waveforms: removed section AC Test Conditions: removed section AC Characteristics: updated section HyperBus Specification Removed section. Refer to the HyperBus specification for all non-device specific information on the HyperBus interface. Revision 03, July 10, 2015 Physical Interface Updated section. Ordering Information Updated Valid Combinations table. Document History Page Document Title: S27KL0641, S27KS0641 HyperRAM™ Self-Refresh DRAM 3.0V/1.8V 64 Mbit (8 Mbyte) Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. ECN No. Orig. of Change Submission Date ** MAMC 05/01/2015 Initial release 06/05/2015 Read Transactions: Maximum Operating Frequency For Latency Code Options table: updated ‘Latency Code’ 0010 values Device Identification Registers: Updated ‘ID Register 1 Bit Assignments’ table Electrical Specifications: Updated Ambient Temperature with Power Applied HyperRAM Hardware Interface: Updated the following: Power-On Reset: removed section Power Down: removed section DC Characteristics (CMOS Compatible) table: updated ICC5, ICC6I, and ICC6IP Test Conditions Electrical Specifications/Power Down: 1.8V Power-Down Voltage and Timing table: changed VRST and TPD MIn 3.0V Power-Down Voltage and Timing table: changed VRST and TPD MIn Key to Switching Waveforms: removed section AC Test Conditions: removed section AC Characteristics: updated section HyperBus Specification: Removed section. Refer to the HyperBus specification for all non-device specific information on the HyperBus interface. *A MAMC Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Description of Change Page 27 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Document History Page (Continued) Document Title: S27KL0641, S27KS0641 HyperRAM™ Self-Refresh DRAM 3.0V/1.8V 64 Mbit (8 Mbyte) Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. ECN No. Orig. of Change Submission Date *B MAMC 07/10/2015 Physical Interface: Updated section. Ordering Information: Updated Valid Combinations table. *C 4854266 MAMC 07/29/2015 Updated to Cypress template Document Number: 001-97964 Rev. *C Description of Change Page 28 of 29 ADVANCE S27KL0641, S27KS0641 Sales, Solutions, and Legal Information Worldwide Sales and Design Support Cypress maintains a worldwide network of offices, solution centers, manufacturer’s representatives, and distributors. To find the office closest to you, visit us at Cypress Locations. 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