AK6480AM

ASAHI KASEI
[AK6420A/40A/80A]
AK6420A / 40A / 80A
2K / 4K / 8Kbit Serial CMOS EEPROM
Features
† ADVANCED CMOS EEPROM TECHNOLOGY
† Wide Vcc (1.8V ∼ 5.5V) operation
† AK6420A • • 2048 bits: 128 × 16 organization
AK6440A • • 4096 bits: 256 × 16 organization
AK6480A • • 8192 bits: 512 × 16 organization
† ONE CHIP MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACE
- Interface with one chip microcomputer's serial communication port directly
† LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
- 0.75mA Max (Read operation)
- 0.8µA Max (Standby mode)
† HIGH RELIABILITY
-Endurance
-Data Retention
: 100K cycles
: 10 years
† SPECIAL FEATURES
- High speed operation ( fMAX=1MHz: Vcc=2.5V )
- Automatic write cycle time-out with auto-ERASE
- Automatic address increment (READ)
- Ready/Busy status signal
- Software and Hardware controlled write protection
† IDEAL FOR LOW DENSITY DATA STORAGE
- Low cost, space saving, 8-pin package (SOP, SSOP)
Block diagram
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[AK6420A/40A/80A]
General Description
The AK6420A/40A/80A is a 2048/4096/8192bit, serial, read/write, non-volatile memory device fabricated using an
advanced CMOS EEPROM technology. The AK6420A has 2048bits of memory organized into 128 registers of 16
bits each. The AK6440A has 4096bits of memory organized into 256 registers of 16 bits each. The AK6480A has
8192bits of memory organized into 512 registers of 16 bits each. The AK6420A/40A/80A can operate full function
under wide operating voltage range from 1.8V to 5.5V. The charge up circuit is integrated for high voltage generation
that is used for write operation.
The AK6420A/40A/80A can connect to the serial communication port of popular one chip microcomputer directly (3
line negative clock synchronous interface). At write operation, AK6420A/40A/80A takes in the write data from data
input pin (DI) to a register synchronously with rising edge of input pulse of serial clock pin (SK). And at read operation,
AK6420A/40A/80A takes out the read data from a register to data output pin (DO) synchronously with falling edge of
SK.
The AK6420A/40A/80A has 4 instructions such as READ, WRITE, WREN (write enable) and WRDS (write disable).
Each instruction is organized by op-code block (8bits), address block (8bits) and data (8bits × 2). When input level of
SK pin is high level and input level of chip select (CS) pin is changed from high level to low level, AK6420A/40A/80A
can receive the instructions.
Special features of the AK6420A/40A/80A include : automatic write time-out with auto-ERASE, Ready/Busy status
signal output and ultra-low standby power mode when deselected (CS=high).
• Software and Hardware controlled write protection
The AK6420A/40A/80A has 2 (hardware and software) write protection functions.
After power on or after execution of WRDS (write disable) instruction, execution of WRITE instruction will be disabled.
This write protection condition continues until WREN instruction is executed or Vcc is removed from the part.
Execution of READ instruction is independent of both WREN and WRDS instructions.
Reset pin should be low level when WRITE instruction is executed. When the Reset pin is high level, the WRITE
instruction is not executed.
• Ready/Busy status signal
During the automatic write time-out period (BUSY status), the AK6420A/40A/80A can't accept the other instructions.
The AK6420A/40A/80A has 2 functions to know the Busy status from exterior.
The RDY/BUSY pin indicates the Busy status regardless of the CS pin status. The RDY/BUSY pin outputs the low
level regardless of the CS pin status during Busy status. Except the above status, this pin outputs high level.
Also the DO pin indicates the Busy status. When input level of SK pin is low level and input level of CS pin is changed
from high level to low level, the AK6420A/40A/80A is in the status output mode and the DO pin indicates the
Ready/Busy status. The Ready/Busy status outputs on DO pin until CS pin is changed from low level to high level, or
first bit ("1") of op-code of next instruction is given to the part. Except when the device is in the status output mode or
outputs data, the DO pin is in the high impedance state.
„ Type of Products
Model
AK6420AF
AK6420AM
AK6440AF
AK6440AM
AK6480AF
AK6480AM
Memory size
2Kbits
4Kbits
8Kbits
Temp.Range
-40°C∼85°C
-40°C∼85°C
-40°C∼85°C
-40°C∼85°C
-40°C∼85°C
-40°C∼85°C
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Vcc
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
1.8V ∼ 5.5V
Package
8pin Plastic SOP
8pin Plastic SSOP
8pin Plastic SOP
8pin Plastic SSOP
8pin Plastic SOP
8pin Plastic SSOP
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Pin arrangement
„ Pin Function
Pin No.
SOP / SSOP
1 / 7
2 / 8
3 / 1
4 / 2
5 / 3
6 / 4
7 / 5
8 / 6
Pin name
I/O
RDY/BUSY
Vcc
CS
SK
DI
DO
GND
RESET
O
Note
I : Input pin
I
I
I
O
O: Output pin
I
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„ Pin Description
CS (Chip Select)
When SK is high level and CS is changed from high level to low level, AK6420A/40A/80A can receive the
instructions. CS should be kept low level while receiving op-code, address and data and while outputting data.
If CS is changed to high level during the above period, AK6420A/40A/80A stops the instruction execution.
When SK is low and CS is changed from high level to low level, AK6420A/40A/80A will be in status output
mode. The CS need not be low level during the automatic write time-out period (BUSY status).
SK (Serial Clock)
The SK clock pin is the synchronous clock input for input/output data. At write operation, AK6420A/40A/80A
takes in the write data from data input pin (DI) synchronously with rising edge of input pulse of serial clock pin
(SK). And at read operation, AK6420A/40A/80A takes out the read data to data output pin (DO)
synchronously with falling edge of SK. The SK clock is not needed during the automatic write time-out period
(BUSY status), the status output period and when the device isn't selected (CS = high level).
DI (Data Input)
The op-code, address and write data is input to the DI pin.
DO (Data Output)
The DO pin outputs the read data and status signal and will be high impedance except for this timing.
RDY/BUSY (Ready/Busy status)
This pin outputs the internal programming status. When the AK6420A/40A/80A is in the automatic write timeout period, this pin outputs the low level (BUSY status), and outputs the high level except for this timing.
RESET (Reset)
The AK6420A/40A/80A stops executing the write instruction when the RESET pin is high level. The RESET
pin should be low level while the write instruction input period and the automatic write time-out period. If the
RESET pin is high level while the automatic write time-out period, the AK6420A/40A/80A stops execution of
internal programming and the device returns to ready status. In this case the word data of the specified
address will be incomplete. When inputting the new instruction after RESET, the CS should be set to high
level. The read, write enable and write disable instructions are not affected by RESET pin status.
Vcc (Power Supply)
GND (Ground)
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Functional Description
The AK6420A/40A/80A has 4 instructions such as READ, WRITE, WREN (write enable) and WRDS (write
disable). Each instruction is organized by op-code block (8bits), address block (8bits) and data (8bits × 2).
When input level of SK pin is high level and input level of chip select (CS) pin is changed from high level to low
level, AK6420A/40A/80A can receive the instructions.
When the instructions are executed consecutively, the CS pin should be brought to high level for a minimum of
250ns(Tcs) between consecutive instruction cycle.
„ Instruction Set For 6420A
Instruction
Op-Code
Address
Data
READ
10101000
A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 0
D15 -D0
WRITE
10100100
A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 0
D15 -D0
WREN
10100011
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
WRDS
10100000
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
( WRAL )
10101111
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
D15 -D0
„ Instruction Set For 6440A
Instruction
Op-Code
Address
Data
READ
10101000
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
D15 -D0
WRITE
10100100
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
D15 -D0
WREN
10100011
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
WRDS
10100000
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
( WRAL )
10101111
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
D15 -D0
„ Instruction Set For 6480A
Instruction
Op-Code
Address
Data
READ
1 0 1 0 1 0 0 A8
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
D15 -D0
WRITE
1 0 1 0 0 1 0 A8
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0
D15 -D0
WREN
10100011
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
WRDS
10100000
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
( WRAL )
10101111
ý ý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õý ý Õ
D15 -D0
Õ:don't care
(Note) The WRAL instruction is used for factory function test only. User can't use this instruction .
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[AK6420A/40A/80A]
Write
The write instruction is followed by 16 bits of data to be written into the specified address. After the 32nd
rising edge of SK to read D0 in, the AK6420A/40A/80A will be put into the automatic write time-out period.
During the automatic write time-out period (Busy status)and while entering write instruction, the RESET pin
should be low level. If the RESET pin is set to high level during the automatic write time-out period, the
AK6420A/40A/80A stops execution of internal programming and the device returns to ready status. In this
case the word data of the specified address will be incomplete. When inputting the new instruction after
RESET, the CS should be set to high level. When the RESET pin is kept at high level, the write is not
executed. This becomes write protection function.
The CS pin need not be high level during automatic write time-out period (BUSY status).
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[AK6420A/40A/80A]
Read
The read instruction is the only instruction which outputs serial data on the DO pin. When the 17th falling
edge of SK is received , the DO pin will come out of high impedance state and shift out the data from D15 first
in descending order which is located at the address specified in the instruction.
The data in the next address can be read sequentially by continuing to provide clock. The address
automatically cycles to the next higher address after the 16bit data shifted out.
AK6420A • • When the highest address is reached ($7F), the address counter rolls over to
address $00 allowing the read cycle to be continued indefinitely.
•
•
When the highest address is reached ($FF), the address counter rolls over to
AK6440A
address $00 allowing the read cycle to be continued indefinitely.
AK6480A • • When the highest address is reached ($1FF), the address counter rolls over to
address $000 allowing the read cycle to be continued indefinitely.
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WREN / WRDS ( Write Enable and Write Disable )
When Vcc is applied to the part, it powers up in the programming disable (WRDS) state. Programming must
be preceded by a programming enable (WREN) instruction. Programming remains enabled until a
programming disable (WRDS) instruction is executed or Vcc is removed from the part. The programming
disable instruction is provided to protect against accidental data disturb. Execution of a read instruction is not
affected by both WREN and WRDS instructions.
WREN/WRDS (AK6420A/40A/80A)
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[AK6420A/40A/80A]
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Power Supply
VCC
-0.6
+7.0
V
All Input Voltages
with Respect to Ground
VIO
-0.6
VCC+0.6
V
Ambient storage temperature
Tst
-65
+150
°C
Stress above those listed under "Absolute Maximum Ratings" may cause permanent
damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and functional operation of the device at
these or any other conditions above those indicated in the operational sections of the
specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute maximum conditions for extended
periods may affect device reliability.
Recommended Operating Condition
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Power Supply
VCC
1.8
5.5
V
Ambient Operating Temperature
Ta
-40
+85
°C
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Electrical Characteristics
(1) D.C. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
( 1.8V≤Vcc≤5.5V, -40°C≤Ta≤85°C, unless otherwise specified )
Parameter
Max.
Unit
VCC=5.5V, tSKP=500ns, *1
4.0
mA
VCC=2.5V, *1 6420A
2.0
mA
tSKP=500ns
2.5
mA
VCC=1.8V, *1 6420A
1.5
mA
tSKP=1.5us
2.0
mA
VCC=5.5V, tSKP=500ns, *1
0.75
mA
VCC=2.5V, tSKP=500ns, *1
0.3
mA
VCC=1.8V, tSKP=1.5us, *1
0.15
mA
Current Dissipation
ICCSB
(Standby)
VCC=5.5V
0.8
uA
Input High Voltage1
CS, SK, RESET pin
VIH1
1.8V≤VCC≤5.5V
0.8 Õ VCC
VCC+0.5
V
Input High Voltage2
DI pin
VIH2
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
0.7 Õ VCC
VCC+0.5
V
VIH3
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
0.8 Õ VCC
VCC+0.5
V
Input Low Voltage1
CS, SK, RESET pin
VIL1
1.8V≤VCC≤5.5V
0
0.2ÕVCC
V
Input Low Voltage2
DI pin
VIL2
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
0
0.3 Õ VCC
V
VIL3
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
0
0.2 Õ VCC
V
VOH1
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
IOH=-50µA
VCC-0.3
V
VOH2
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
IOH=-50µA
VCC-0.3
V
VOL1
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
IOL=1.0mA
0.4
V
VOL2
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
IOL=0.1mA
0.4
V
Input Leakage
ILI
VCC=5.5V,VIN=5.5V
‘1.0
uA
Output Leakage
ILO
VCC=5.5V
VOUT=5.5V, CS=VCC
‘1.0
uA
Current Dissipation
Symbol
ICC1
(WRITE) ICC2
ICC3
Current Dissipation
ICC4
(READ,WREN,
WRDS) ICC5
ICC6
Output High Voltage
Output Low Voltage
Condition
Min.
6440A/80A
6440A/80A
*2
*1: VIN=VIH/VIL,DO=RDY/BUSY=Open
*2: CS=Vcc, SK/DI/RESET=Vcc/GND,DO=RDY/BUSY=Open
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(2) A.C. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
( 1.8V≤Vcc≤5.5V, -40°C≤Ta≤85°C, unless otherwise specified )
Parameter
Symbol
SK Cycle Time
Condition
Min.
Max.
Unit
tSKP1
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
500
ns
tSKP2
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
1.5
us
tSKW1
2.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
250
ns
tSKW2
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
750
ns
tSKH1
4.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
250
ns
tSKH2
2.5V≤VCC<4.5V
500
ns
*3 tSKH3
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V
750
ns
SK Pulse Width
SK High Pulse Width
CS Setup Time
tCSS
100
ns
CS Hold Time
tCSH
100
ns
SK Setup Time
tSKSH
/tSKSL
100
ns
RESET Setup Time
tRESS
0
ns
RESET Hold Time
tRESH
0
ns
Data Setup Time
tDIS1
4.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
100
ns
tDIS2
1.8V≤VCC<4.5V
200
ns
tDIH1
4.5V≤VCC≤5.5V
100
ns
tDIH2
1.8V≤VCC<4.5V
200
ns
DO pin
tPD1
4.5V≤VCC≤5.5V, *4
150
ns
Output delay
tPD2
2.5V≤VCC<4.5V, *4
300
ns
tPD3
1.8V≤VCC<2.5V. *4
500
ns
tPD
CL=100pF
1
us
10
ms
Data Hold Time
RDY/BUSY pin
Output delay
Selftimed Programming
tE/W
Time
Write Recovery Time
tRC
100
ns
Min CS High Time
tCS
250
ns
DO High-Z Time
tOZ
500
ns
*3: tSKH is the high pulse width of 16th SK pulse in READ operation. When the data in the next
address are read sequentially by continuing to provide clock, tSKH are applied to the high
pulse width of 32nd and 48th (multiple of 16) SK pulse in READ operation.
*4: CL=100pF
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Synchronous Data Timing
Instruction Input
(note) * = "A0" for AK6420A, "A1" for AK6440A/80A
+ = "0" for AK6420A, "A0" for AK6440A/80A
Data Output (READ)
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