CY14MB064Q, CY14ME064Q:64-Kbit (8 K × 8) SPI nvSRAM Datasheet.pdf

CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
64-Kbit (8K × 8) SPI nvSRAM
64-Kbit (8K × 8) SPI nvSRAM
Features
■
■
■
64-Kbit nonvolatile static random access memory (nvSRAM)
internally organized as 8K × 8
❐ STORE to QuantumTrap nonvolatile elements initiated
automatically on power-down (AutoStore) or by using SPI
instruction (Software STORE) or HSB pin (Hardware
STORE)
❐ RECALL to SRAM initiated on power-up (Power-Up
RECALL) or by SPI instruction (Software RECALL)
❐ Support automatic STORE on power-down with a small
capacitor (except for CY14MX064Q1A)
High reliability
❐
Infinite read, write, and RECALL cycles
1million STORE cycles to QuantumTrap
❐ Data retention: 20 years at 85 C
■ High speed serial peripheral interface (SPI)
❐ 40-MHz clock rate SPI write and read with zero cycle delay
❐ Supports SPI mode 0 (0,0) and mode 3 (1,1)
❐
■
■
■
SPI access to special functions
❐ Nonvolatile STORE/RECALL
❐ 8-byte serial number
❐ Manufacturer ID and Product ID
❐ Sleep mode
Industry standard configurations
❐ Operating voltages:
• CY14MB064Q: VCC = 2.7 V to 3.6 V
• CY14ME064Q: VCC = 4.5 V to 5.5 V
❐ Industrial temperature
❐ 8- and 16-pin small outline integrated circuit (SOIC) package
❐ Restriction of hazardous substances (RoHS) compliant
Functional Description
The Cypress CY14MX064Q combines a 64 Kbit nvSRAM with a
nonvolatile element in each memory cell with serial SPI interface.
The memory is organized as 8K words of 8 bits each. The
embedded nonvolatile elements incorporate the QuantumTrap
technology, creating the world’s most reliable nonvolatile
memory. The SRAM provides infinite read and write cycles, while
the QuantumTrap cells provide highly reliable nonvolatile
storage of data. Data transfers from SRAM to the nonvolatile
elements (STORE operation) takes place automatically at
power-down (except for CY14MX064Q1A). On power-up, data
is restored to the SRAM from the nonvolatile memory (RECALL
operation). You can also initiate the STORE and RECALL
operations through SPI instruction.
For a complete list of related documentation, click here.
Configuration
Feature CY14MX064Q1A CY14MX064Q2A CY14MX064Q3A
Write protection
❐ Hardware protection using Write Protect (WP) pin
❐ Software protection using Write Disable instruction
❐ Software block protection for 1/4, 1/2, or entire array
Low power consumption
❐ Average active current of 3 mA at 40 MHz operation
❐ Average standby mode current of 150 A
❐ Sleep mode current of 8 A
AutoStore
No
Yes
Yes
Software
STORE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hardware
STORE
No
No
Yes
Logic Block Diagram
VCC
VCAP
Serial Number
8x8
Power Control
Block
Manufacturer ID /
Product ID
QuantumTrap
8Kx8
SLEEP
RDSN/WRSN/RDID
SI
CS
SCK
WP
SO
Memory
Data &
Address
Control
READ/WRITE
SPI Control Logic
Write Protection
Instruction decoder
STORE/RECALL/ASENB/ASDISB
WRSR/RDSR/WREN
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
•
SRAM
8Kx8
STORE
RECALL
Status Register
198 Champion Court
•
San Jose, CA 95134-1709
•
408-943-2600
Revised February 16, 2016
CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
Contents
Pinouts .............................................................................. 3
Pin Definitions .................................................................. 3
Device Operation .............................................................. 4
SRAM Write ................................................................. 4
SRAM Read ................................................................ 4
STORE Operation ....................................................... 4
AutoStore Operation .................................................... 4
Software STORE Operation ........................................ 5
Hardware STORE and HSB pin Operation ................. 5
RECALL Operation ...................................................... 5
Hardware RECALL (Power-Up) .................................. 5
Software RECALL ....................................................... 5
Disabling and Enabling AutoStore ............................... 6
Serial Peripheral Interface ............................................... 6
SPI Overview ............................................................... 6
SPI Modes ................................................................... 7
SPI Operating Features .................................................... 8
Power-Up .................................................................... 8
Power-Down ................................................................ 8
Active Power and Standby Power Modes ................... 8
SPI Functional Description .............................................. 9
Status Register ............................................................... 10
Read Status Register (RDSR) Instruction ................. 10
Write Status Register (WRSR) Instruction ................ 10
Write Protection and Block Protection ......................... 11
Write Enable (WREN) Instruction .............................. 11
Write Disable (WRDI) Instruction .............................. 11
Block Protection ........................................................ 12
Hardware Write Protection (WP) ............................... 12
Memory Access .............................................................. 12
Read Sequence (READ) Instruction .......................... 12
Write Sequence (WRITE) Instruction ........................ 12
nvSRAM Special Instructions ........................................ 14
Software STORE (STORE) Instruction ..................... 14
Software RECALL (RECALL) Instruction .................. 14
AutoStore Enable (ASENB) Instruction ..................... 14
AutoStore Disable (ASDISB) Instruction ................... 15
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
Special Instructions ....................................................... 15
SLEEP Instruction ..................................................... 15
Serial Number ................................................................. 15
WRSN (Serial Number Write) Instruction .................. 15
RDSN (Serial Number Read) Instruction ................... 16
Device ID ......................................................................... 16
RDID (Device ID Read) Instruction ........................... 16
HOLD Pin Operation ................................................. 17
Maximum Ratings ........................................................... 18
Operating Range ............................................................. 18
DC Electrical Characteristics ........................................ 18
Data Retention and Endurance ..................................... 19
Capacitance .................................................................... 19
Thermal Resistance ........................................................ 19
AC Test Loads and Waveforms ..................................... 20
AC Test Conditions ........................................................ 20
AC Switching Characteristics ....................................... 21
Switching Waveforms .................................................... 22
AutoStore or Power-Up RECALL .................................. 23
Switching Waveforms .................................................... 24
Software Controlled STORE and RECALL Cycles ...... 25
Switching Waveforms .................................................... 25
Hardware STORE Cycle ................................................. 26
Switching Waveforms .................................................... 26
Ordering Information ...................................................... 27
Ordering Code Definitions ......................................... 27
Package Diagrams .......................................................... 28
Acronyms ........................................................................ 30
Document Conventions ................................................. 30
Units of Measure ....................................................... 30
Document History Page ................................................. 31
Sales, Solutions, and Legal Information ...................... 32
Worldwide Sales and Design Support ....................... 32
Products .................................................................... 32
PSoC® Solutions ...................................................... 32
Cypress Developer Community ................................. 32
Technical Support ..................................................... 32
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CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
Pinouts
Figure 1. 8-pin SOIC pinout [1, 2, 3]
8
CS
1
SO
WP
2 CY14MX064Q1A 7
Top View
6
3
not to scale
VSS
4
5
VCC
CS
1
8
HOLD
SO
2
VCAP
3
CY14MX064Q2A 7
Top View
6
not to scale
VSS
4
SCK
SI
5
VCC
HOLD
SCK
SI
Figure 2. 16-pin SOIC pinout
NC
1
16
VCC
NC
2
15
NC
NC
NC
3 CY14MX064Q3A 14
Top View
4 not to scale 13
WP
5
12
SI
HOLD
6
11
SCK
7
10
8
9
NC
VSS
VCAP
SO
CS
HSB
Pin Definitions
Pin Name [1, 2, 3]
I/O Type
Description
CS
Input
Chip Select. Activates the device when pulled LOW. Driving this pin high puts the device in low
power standby mode.
SCK
Input
Serial Clock. Runs at speeds up to a maximum of fSCK. Serial input is latched at the rising edge
of this clock. Serial output is driven at the falling edge of the clock.
SI
Input
Serial Input. Pin for input of all SPI instructions and data.
SO
Output
WP
Input
Write Protect. Implements hardware write protection in SPI.
HOLD
Input
HOLD Pin. Suspends serial operation.
Serial Output. Pin for output of data through SPI.
HSB
Input/Output Hardware STORE Busy:
Output: Indicates busy status of nvSRAM when LOW. After each Hardware and Software STORE
operation HSB is driven HIGH for a short time (tHHHD) with standard output high current and then
a weak internal pull-up resistor keeps this pin HIGH (External pull-up resistor connection optional).
Input: Hardware STORE implemented by pulling this pin LOW externally.
VCAP
Power supply AutoStore Capacitor. Supplies power to the nvSRAM during power loss to STORE data from the
SRAM to nonvolatile elements. If AutoStore is not needed, this pin must be left as No Connect. It
must never be connected to ground.
NC
No connect
No Connect: This pin is not connected to the die.
VSS
Power supply Ground
VCC
Power supply Power supply
Notes
1. HSB pin is not available in 8-pin SOIC packages (CY14MX064Q1A/CY14MX064Q2A).
2. CY14MX064Q1A part does not have VCAP pin and does not support AutoStore.
3. CY14MX064Q2A part does not have WP pin.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
Device Operation
SRAM Write
CY14MX064Q is a 64 Kbit serial (SPI) nvSRAM memory with a
nonvolatile element in each memory cell. All the reads and writes
to nvSRAM happen to the SRAM, which gives nvSRAM the
unique capability to handle infinite writes to the memory. The
data in SRAM is secured by a STORE sequence which transfers
the data in parallel to the nonvolatile QuantumTrap cells. A small
capacitor (VCAP) is used to AutoStore the SRAM data in
nonvolatile cells when power goes down providing power-down
data security. The QuantumTrap nonvolatile elements built in the
reliable SONOS technology make nvSRAM the ideal choice for
secure data storage.
All writes to nvSRAM are carried out on the SRAM and do not
use up any endurance cycles of the nonvolatile memory. This
allows you to perform infinite write operations. A write cycle is
performed through the WRITE instruction. The WRITE
instruction is issued through the SI pin of the nvSRAM and
consists of the WRITE opcode, two bytes of address, and one
byte of data. Write to nvSRAM is done at SPI bus speed with zero
cycle delay.
The 64-Kbit memory array is organized as 8K words × 8 bits. The
memory can be accessed through a standard SPI interface that
enables very high clock speeds up to 40 MHz with zero cycle
delay read and write cycles. This device supports SPI modes 0
and 3 (CPOL, CPHA = 0, 0 and 1, 1) and operates as SPI slave.
The device is enabled using the Chip Select (CS) pin and
accessed through Serial Input (SI), Serial Output (SO), and
Serial Clock (SCK) pins.
This device provides the feature for hardware and software write
protection through the WP pin and WRDI instruction respectively
along with mechanisms for block write protection (1/4, 1/2, or full
array) using BP0 and BP1 pins in the Status Register. Further,
the HOLD pin is used to suspend any serial communication
without resetting the serial sequence.
CY14MX064Q uses the standard SPI opcodes for memory
access. In addition to the general SPI instructions for read and
write, it provides four special instructions that allow access to
four nvSRAM specific functions: STORE, RECALL, AutoStore
Disable (ASDISB), and AutoStore Enable (ASENB).
The major benefit of nvSRAM over serial EEPROMs is that all
reads and writes to nvSRAM are performed at the speed of SPI
bus with zero cycle delay. Therefore, no wait time is required
after any of the memory accesses. The STORE and RECALL
operations need finite time to complete and all memory accesses
are inhibited during this time. While a STORE or RECALL
operation is in progress, the busy status of the device is indicated
by the Hardware STORE Busy (HSB) pin and also reflected on
the RDY bit of the Status Register.
The device is available in three different pin configurations that
enable you to choose a part which fits in best in their application.
The feature summary is given in Table 1.
Table 1. Feature Summary
Feature CY14MX064Q1A CY14MX064Q2A CY14MX064Q3A
WP
Yes
No
Yes
VCAP
No
Yes
Yes
HSB
No
No
Yes
AutoStore
No
Yes
Yes
Power-Up
RECALL
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hardware
STORE
No
No
Yes
Software
STORE
Yes
Yes
Yes
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
The device allows burst mode writes to be performed through
SPI. This enables write operations on consecutive addresses
without issuing a new WRITE instruction. When the last address
in memory is reached in burst mode, the address rolls over to
0x0000 and the device continues to write.
The SPI write cycle sequence is defined explicitly in the Memory
Access section of SPI Protocol Description.
SRAM Read
A read cycle is performed at the SPI bus speed. The data is read
out with zero cycle delay after the READ instruction is executed.
The READ instruction is issued through the SI pin of the nvSRAM
and consists of the READ opcode and two bytes of address. The
data is read out on the SO pin.
This device allows burst mode reads to be performed through
SPI. This enables reads on consecutive addresses without
issuing a new READ instruction. When the last address in
memory is reached in burst mode read, the address rolls over to
0x0000 and the device continues to read.
The SPI read cycle sequence is defined explicitly in the Memory
Access section of SPI Protocol Description.
STORE Operation
STORE operation transfers the data from the SRAM to the
nonvolatile QuantumTrap cells. The device STOREs data to the
nonvolatile cells using one of the three STORE operations:
AutoStore, activated on device power-down; Software STORE,
activated by a STORE instruction; and Hardware STORE,
activated by the HSB. During the STORE cycle, an erase of the
previous nonvolatile data is first performed, followed by a
program of the nonvolatile elements. After a STORE cycle is
initiated, read/write to CY14MX064Q is inhibited until the cycle
is completed.
The HSB signal or the RDY bit in the Status Register can be
monitored by the system to detect if a STORE or Software
RECALL cycle is in progress. The busy status of nvSRAM is
indicated by HSB being pulled LOW or RDY bit being set to ‘1’.
To avoid unnecessary nonvolatile STOREs, AutoStore and
Hardware STORE operations are ignored unless at least one
write operation has taken place since the most recent STORE or
RECALL cycle. However, software initiated STORE cycles are
performed regardless of whether a write operation has taken
place.
AutoStore Operation
The AutoStore operation is a unique feature of nvSRAM which
automatically stores the SRAM data to QuantumTrap cells
during power-down. This STORE makes use of an external
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capacitor (VCAP) and enables the device to safely STORE the
data in the nonvolatile memory when power goes down.
During normal operation, the device draws current from VCC to
charge the capacitor connected to the VCAP pin. When the
voltage on the VCC pin drops below VSWITCH during power-down,
the device inhibits all memory accesses to nvSRAM and
automatically performs a conditional STORE operation using the
charge from the VCAP capacitor. The AutoStore operation is not
initiated if no write cycle has been performed since last RECALL.
Note If a capacitor is not connected to VCAP pin, AutoStore must
be disabled by issuing the AutoStore Disable instruction
(AutoStore Disable (ASDISB) Instruction on page 15). If
AutoStore is enabled without a capacitor on the VCAP pin, the
device attempts an AutoStore operation without sufficient charge
to complete the STORE. This will corrupt the data stored in
nvSRAM, Status Register as well as the serial number and it will
unlock the SNL bit. To resume normal functionality, the WRSR
instruction must be issued to update the nonvolatile bits BP0,
BP1, and WPEN in the Status Register.
Figure 3 shows the proper connection of the storage capacitor
(VCAP) for AutoStore operation. Refer to DC Electrical
Characteristics on page 18 for the size of the VCAP.
Note CY14MX064Q1A does not support AutoStore operation.
You must perform Software STORE operation by using the SPI
STORE instruction to secure the data.
Figure 3. AutoStore Mode
VCC
10 kOhm
The HSB pin in CY14MX064Q3A is used to control and
acknowledge STORE operations. If no STORE or RECALL is in
progress, this pin can be used to request a Hardware STORE
cycle. When the HSB pin is driven LOW, nvSRAM conditionally
initiates a STORE operation after tDELAY duration. A STORE
cycle starts only if a write to the SRAM has been performed since
the last STORE or RECALL cycle. Reads and Writes to the
memory are inhibited for tSTORE duration or as long as HSB pin
is LOW. The HSB pin also acts as an open drain driver (internal
100 k weak pull-up resistor) that is internally driven LOW to
indicate a busy condition when the STORE (initiated by any
means) is in progress.
Note After each Hardware and Software STORE operation HSB
is driven HIGH for a short time (tHHHD) with standard output high
current and then remains HIGH by an internal 100 k pull-up
resistor.
Note For successful last data byte STORE, a hardware STORE
should be initiated at least one clock cycle after the last data bit
D0 is received.
Upon completion of the STORE operation, the nvSRAM memory
access is inhibited for tLZHSB time after HSB pin returns HIGH.
The HSB pin must be left unconnected if not used.
Note CY14MX064Q1A/CY14MX064Q2A do not have HSB pin.
RDY bit of the SPI Status Register may be probed to determine
the Ready or Busy status of nvSRAM.
RECALL Operation
A RECALL operation transfers the data stored in the nonvolatile
QuantumTrap elements to the SRAM. A RECALL may be
initiated in two ways: Hardware RECALL, initiated on power-up
and Software RECALL, initiated by a SPI RECALL instruction.
0.1 uF
VCC
CS
Hardware STORE and HSB pin Operation
Internally, RECALL is a two step procedure. First, the SRAM data
is cleared. Next, the nonvolatile information is transferred into the
SRAM cells. All memory accesses are inhibited while a RECALL
cycle is in progress. The RECALL operation does not alter the
data in the nonvolatile elements.
VCAP
Hardware RECALL (Power-Up)
VCAP
VSS
Software STORE Operation
Software STORE enables the user to trigger a STORE operation
through a special SPI instruction. STORE operation is initiated
by executing STORE instruction irrespective of whether a write
has been performed since the last NV operation.
A STORE cycle takes tSTORE time to complete, during which all
the memory accesses to nvSRAM are inhibited. The RDY bit of
the Status Register or the HSB pin may be polled to find the
Ready or Busy status of the nvSRAM. After the tSTORE cycle time
is completed, the SRAM is activated again for read and write
operations.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
During power-up, when VCC crosses VSWITCH, an automatic
RECALL sequence is initiated, which transfers the content of
nonvolatile memory on to the SRAM. The data would previously
have been stored on the nonvolatile memory through a STORE
sequence.
A Power-Up RECALL cycle takes tFA time to complete and the
memory access is disabled during this time. HSB pin is used to
detect the ready status of the device.
Software RECALL
Software RECALL allows you to initiate a RECALL operation to
restore the content of nonvolatile memory on to the SRAM. A
Software RECALL is issued by using the SPI instruction for
RECALL.
A Software RECALL takes tRECALL time to complete during
which all memory accesses to nvSRAM are inhibited. The
controller must provide sufficient delay for the RECALL operation
to complete before issuing any memory access instructions.
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Disabling and Enabling AutoStore
If the application does not require the AutoStore feature, it can
be disabled by using the ASDISB instruction. If this is done, the
nvSRAM does not perform a STORE operation at power-down.
AutoStore can be re enabled by using the ASENB instruction.
However, these operations are not nonvolatile and if you need
this setting to survive the power cycle, a STORE operation must
be performed following AutoStore Disable or Enable operation.
Note CY14MX064Q2A/CY14MX064Q3A comes with AutoStore
enabled
from
the
factory
and
CY14MX064Q1A/CY14MX064Q2A/CY14MX064Q3A
comes
with 0x00 written in all cells from the factory. In CY14MX064Q1A,
VCAP pin is not present and AutoStore option is not available.
The AutoStore Enable and Disable instructions to
CY14MX064Q1A are ignored.
master and all the communication is synchronized with this
clock. SPI slave never initiates a communication on the SPI bus
and acts on the instruction from the master.
CY14MX064Q operates as a SPI slave and may share the SPI
bus with other SPI slave devices.
Chip Select (CS)
For selecting any slave device, the master needs to pull-down
the corresponding CS pin. Any instruction can be issued to a
slave device only while the CS pin is LOW. When the device is
not selected, data through the SI pin is ignored and the serial
output pin (SO) remains in a high impedance state.
Note A new instruction must begin with the falling edge of CS.
Therefore, only one opcode can be issued for each active Chip
Select cycle.
Note If AutoStore is disabled and VCAP is not required, then the
VCAP pin must be left open. The VCAP pin must never be
connected to ground. The Power-Up RECALL operation cannot
be disabled in any case.
Serial Clock (SCK)
Serial Peripheral Interface
CY14MX064Q enables SPI modes 0 and 3 for data
communication. In both these modes, the inputs are latched by
the slave device on the rising edge of SCK and outputs are
issued on the falling edge. Therefore, the first rising edge of SCK
signifies the arrival of the first bit (MSB) of SPI instruction on the
SI pin. Further, all data inputs and outputs are synchronized with
SCK.
SPI Overview
The SPI is a four- pin interface with Chip Select (CS), Serial Input
(SI), Serial Output (SO), and Serial Clock (SCK) pins.
CY14MX064Q provides serial access to nvSRAM through SPI
interface. The SPI bus on CY14MX064Q can run at speeds up
to 40 MHz.
The SPI is a synchronous serial interface which uses clock and
data pins for memory access and supports multiple devices on
the data bus. A device on SPI bus is activated using the CS pin.
The relationship between chip select, clock, and data is dictated
by the SPI mode. This device supports SPI modes 0 and 3. In
both these modes, data is clocked into the nvSRAM on the rising
edge of SCK starting from the first rising edge after CS goes
active.
The SPI protocol is controlled by opcodes. These opcodes
specify the commands from the bus master to the slave device.
After CS is activated the first byte transferred from the bus
master is the opcode. Following the opcode, any addresses and
data are then transferred. The CS must go inactive after an
operation is complete and before a new opcode can be issued.
The commonly used terms used in SPI protocol are given below:
SPI Master
The SPI master device controls the operations on a SPI bus. A
SPI bus may have only one master with one or more slave
devices. All the slaves share the same SPI bus lines and the
master may select any of the slave devices using the CS pin. All
the operations must be initiated by the master activating a slave
device by pulling the CS pin of the slave LOW. The master also
generates the SCK and all the data transmission on SI and SO
lines are synchronized with this clock.
SPI Slave
The SPI slave device is activated by the master through the Chip
Select line. A slave device gets the SCK as an input from the SPI
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Serial clock is generated by the SPI master and the
communication is synchronized with this clock after CS goes
LOW.
Data Transmission - SI/SO
SPI data bus consists of two lines, SI and SO, for serial data
communication. The SI is also referred to as Master Out Slave
In (MOSI) and SO is referred to as Master In Slave Out (MISO).
The master issues instructions to the slave through the SI pin,
while the slave responds through the SO pin. Multiple slave
devices may share the SI and SO lines as described earlier.
CY14MX064Q has two separate pins for SI and SO, which can
be connected with the master as shown in Figure 4 on page 7.
Most Significant Bit (MSB)
The SPI protocol requires that the first bit to be transmitted is the
Most Significant Bit (MSB). This is valid for both address and
data transmission.
The 64-Kbit serial nvSRAM requires a 2-byte address for any
read or write operation. However, since the address is only 13
bits, it implies that the first three bits which are fed in are ignored
by the device. Although these three bits are ‘don’t care’, Cypress
recommends that these bits are treated as 0s to enable
seamless transition to higher memory densities.
Serial Opcode
After the slave device is selected with CS going LOW, the first
byte received is treated as the opcode for the intended operation.
CY14MX064Q uses the standard opcodes for memory
accesses. In addition to the memory accesses, it provides
additional opcodes for the nvSRAM specific functions: STORE,
RECALL, AutoStore Enable, and AutoStore Disable. Refer to
Table 2 on page 9 for details.
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Invalid Opcode
Status Register
If an invalid opcode is received, the opcode is ignored and the
device ignores any additional serial data on the SI pin till the next
falling edge of CS and the SO pin remains tri-stated.
CY14MX064Q has an 8-bit Status Register. The bits in the Status
Register are used to configure the SPI bus. These bits are
described in the Table 4 on page 10.
Figure 4. System Configuration Using SPI nvSRAM
SCK
M OSI
M IS O
SCK
SI
SO
SCK
SI
SO
u C o n tro lle r
CY14MX064Q
CY14MX064Q
CS
HO LD
CS
HO LD
CS1
HO LD 1
CS2
HO LD 2
SPI Modes
CY14MX064Q may be driven by a microcontroller with its SPI
peripheral running in either of the following two modes:
■
SPI Mode 0 (CPOL=0, CPHA=0)
■
SPI Mode 3 (CPOL=1, CPHA=1)
For both these modes, the input data is latched in on the rising
edge of SCK starting from the first rising edge after CS goes
active. If the clock starts from a HIGH state (in mode 3), the first
rising edge after the clock toggles, is considered. The output data
is available on the falling edge of SCK.
Figure 5. SPI Mode 0
CS
0
SCK remains at 0 for Mode 0
■
SCK remains at 1 for Mode 3
CPOL and CPHA bits must be set in the SPI controller for either
Mode 0 or Mode 3. The device detects the SPI mode from the
status of SCK pin when the device is selected by bringing the CS
pin LOW. If SCK pin is LOW when the device is selected, SPI
Mode 0 is assumed and if SCK pin is HIGH, it works in SPI
Mode 3.
SI
7
3
4
5
6
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
MSB
LSB
Figure 6. SPI Mode 3
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
SI
7
MSB
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2
SCK
The two SPI modes are shown in Figure 5 and Figure 6. The
status of clock when the bus master is in standby mode and not
transferring data is:
■
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
LSB
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SPI Operating Features
Power-Up
Power-up is defined as the condition when the power supply is
turned on and VCC crosses Vswitch voltage.
As described earlier, at power-up nvSRAM performs a Power-Up
RECALL operation for tFA duration during which, all memory
accesses are disabled. The HSB pin can be probed to check the
Ready/Busy status of nvSRAM after power-up.
The following are the device status after power-up.
■
Selected (Active power mode) if CS pin is LOW
■
Deselected (Standby power mode) if CS pin is HIGH
■
Not in the Hold condition
■
Status Register state:
❐ Write Enable (WEN) bit is reset to ‘0’.
❐ WPEN, BP1, BP0 unchanged from previous STORE
operation.
The WPEN, BP1, and BP0 bits of the Status Register are
nonvolatile bits and remain unchanged from the previous
STORE operation.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
Power-Down
At power-down (continuous decay of VCC), when VCC drops from
the normal operating voltage and below the VSWITCH threshold
voltage, the device stops responding to any instruction sent to it.
If a write cycle is in progress and the last data bit D0 has been
received when the power goes down, it is allowed tDELAY time to
complete the write. After this, all memory accesses are inhibited
and a conditional AutoStore operation is performed (AutoStore is
not performed if no writes have happened since the last RECALL
cycle). This feature prevents inadvertent writes to nvSRAM from
happening during power-down.
However, to completely avoid the possibility of inadvertent writes
during power-down, ensure that the device is deselected and is
in standby power mode, and the CS follows the voltage applied
on VCC.
Active Power and Standby Power Modes
When CS is LOW, the device is selected and is in the active
power mode. The device consumes ICC current, as specified in
DC Electrical Characteristics on page 18. When CS is HIGH, the
device is deselected and the device goes into the standby power
mode after tSB time if a STORE or RECALL cycle is not in
progress. If a STORE/RECALL cycle is in progress, the device
goes into the standby power mode after the STORE or RECALL
cycle is completed. In the standby power mode, the current
drawn by the device drops to ISB.
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CY14ME064Q
SPI Functional Description
The CY14MX064Q uses an 8-bit instruction register. Instructions
and their opcodes are listed in Table 2. All instructions,
addresses, and data are transferred with the MSB first and start
with a HIGH to LOW CS transition. There are, in all, 14 SPI
instructions which provide access to most of the functions in
nvSRAM. Further, the WP, HOLD and HSB pins provide
additional functionality driven through hardware.
Table 2. Instruction Set
Instruction Category
Instruction Name
Opcode
Operation
Status Register Control Instructions
Status Register access
Write protection and block
protection
RDSR
0000 0101
Read Status Register
WRSR
0000 0001
Write Status Register
WREN
0000 0110
Set write enable latch
WRDI
0000 0100
Reset write enable latch
READ
0000 0011
Read data from memory array
WRITE
0000 0010
Write data to memory array
STORE
0011 1100
Software STORE
RECALL
0110 0000
Software RECALL
ASENB
0101 1001
AutoStore Enable
ASDISB
0001 1001
AutoStore Disable
SLEEP
1011 1001
Sleep mode enable
SRAM Read/Write Instructions
Memory access
Special NV Instructions
nvSRAM special functions
Special Instructions
Sleep
Serial number
WRSN
1100 0010
Write serial number
RDSN
1100 0011
Read serial number
Device ID read
RDID
1001 1111
Read manufacturer JEDEC ID and product ID
Reserved
- Reserved -
0001 1110
The SPI instructions are divided based on their functionality in
the following types:
❐ Status Register control instructions:
• Status Register access: RDSR and WRSR instructions
• Write protection and block protection: WREN and WRDI
instructions along with WP pin and WEN, BP0, and BP1
bits
❐ SRAM read/write instructions
• Memory access: READ and WRITE instructions
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❐
Special NV instructions
• nvSRAM special instructions: STORE, RECALL, ASENB,
and ASDISB
❐ Special instructions
• SLEEP, WRSN, RDSN, RDID
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Status Register
The Status Register bits are listed in Table 3. The Status Register
consists of a Ready bit (RDY) and data protection bits BP1, BP0,
WEN, and WPEN. The RDY bit can be polled to check the Ready
or Busy status while a nvSRAM STORE or Software RECALL
cycle is in progress. The Status Register can be modified by
WRSR instruction and read by RDSR instruction. However, only
the WPEN, BP1, and BP0 bits of the Status Register can be
modified by using the WRSR instruction. The WRSR instruction
has no effect on WEN and RDY bits. The default value shipped
from the factory for WEN, BP0, BP1, bits 4–5, SNL and WPEN
is ‘0’.
SNL (bit 6) of the Status Register is used to lock the serial
number written using the WRSN instruction. The serial number
can be written using the WRSN instruction multiple times while
this bit is still '0'. When set to '1', this bit prevents any modification
to the serial number. This bit is factory programmed to '0' and can
only be written to once. After this bit is set to '1', it can never be
cleared to '0'.
Table 3. Status Register Format
Bit 7
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
WPEN (0)
SNL (0)
X (0)
X (0)
BP1 (0)
BP0 (0)
WEN (0)
RDY
Table 4. Status Register Bit Definition
Bit
Definition
Description
Bit 0 (RDY)
Ready
Read only bit indicates the ready status of device to perform a memory access. This bit is
set to ‘1’ by the device while a STORE or Software RECALL cycle is in progress.
Bit 1 (WEN)
Write Enable
WEN indicates if the device is write enabled. This bit defaults to ‘0’ (disabled) on power-up.
WEN = ‘1’ --> Write enabled
WEN = ‘0’ --> Write disabled
Bit 2 (BP0)
Block Protect bit ‘0’
Used for block protection. For details see Table 5 on page 12.
Bit 3 (BP1)
Block Protect bit ‘1’
Used for block protection. For details see Table 5 on page 12.
Bit 4-5
Don’t care
These bits are non-writable and always return ‘0’ upon read.
Bit 6 (SNL)
Serial Number Lock
Set to ‘1’ for locking serial number
Bit 7 (WPEN)
Write Protect Enable bit Used for enabling the function of Write Protect Pin (WP). For details see Table 6 on page 12.
Read Status Register (RDSR) Instruction
The Read Status Register instruction provides access to the
Status Register. This instruction is used to probe the Write
Enable status of the device or the Ready status of the device.
RDY bit is set by the device to 1 whenever a STORE or Software
RECALL cycle is in progress. The block protection and WPEN
bits indicate the extent of protection employed.
This instruction is issued after the falling edge of CS using the
opcode for RDSR.
Write Status Register (WRSR) Instruction
The WRSR instruction enables the user to write to the Status
Register. However, this instruction cannot be used to modify bit
0 (RDY), bit 1 (WEN) and bits 4-5. The BP0 and BP1 bits can be
used to select one of four levels of block protection. Further,
WPEN bit must be set to ‘1’ to enable the use of Write Protect
(WP) pin.
it is issued. The instruction is issued after the falling edge of CS
using the opcode for WRSR followed by eight bits of data to be
stored in the Status Register. WRSR instruction can be used to
modify only bits 2, 3, 6 and 7 of the Status Register.
Note In CY14MX064Q, the values written to Status Register are
saved to nonvolatile memory only after a STORE operation. If
AutoStore is disabled (or while using CY14MX064Q1A), any
modifications to the Status Register must be secured by
performing a Software STORE operation.
Note CY14MX064Q2A does not have WP pin. Any modification
to bit 7 of the Status Register has no effect on the functionality of
CY14MX064Q2A.
WRSR instruction is a write instruction and needs writes to be
enabled (WEN bit set to ‘1’) using the WREN instruction before
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Figure 7. Read Status Register (RDSR) Instruction Timing
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
Op-Code
SI
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
HI-Z
SO
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
LSB
Data
Figure 8. Write Status Register (WRSR) Instruction Timing
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
X D3 D2 X
X
SCK
Data in
Opcode
SI
SO
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1 D7 X
MSB
X
LSB
HI-Z
Write Protection and Block Protection
CY14MX064Q provides features for both software and hardware
write protection using WRDI instruction and WP. Additionally, this
device also provides block protection mechanism through BP0
and BP1 pins of the Status Register.
The write enable and disable status of the device is indicated by
WEN bit of the Status Register. The write instructions (WRSR,
WRITE and WRSN) and nvSRAM special instruction (STORE,
RECALL, ASENB and ASDISB) need the write to be enabled
(WEN bit = ‘1’) before they can be issued.
Write Enable (WREN) Instruction
On power-up, the device is always in the write disable state. The
following WRITE, WRSR, WRSN, or nvSRAM special instruction
must therefore be preceded by a Write Enable instruction. If the
device is not write enabled (WEN = ‘0’), it ignores the write
instructions and returns to the standby state when CS is brought
HIGH. A new CS falling edge is required to re-initiate serial
communication. The instruction is issued following the falling
edge of CS. When this instruction is used, the WEN bit of Status
Register is set to ‘1’. WEN bit defaults to ‘0’ on power-up.
Note After completion of a write instruction (WRSR, WRITE,
WRSN) or nvSRAM special instruction (STORE, RECALL,
ASENB, and ASDISB) instruction, WEN bit is cleared to ‘0’. This
is done to provide protection from any inadvertent writes.
Therefore, WREN instruction needs to be used before a new
write instruction is issued.
Figure 9. WREN Instruction
CS
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
0
SI
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
HI-Z
SO
Write Disable (WRDI) Instruction
Write Disable instruction disables the write by clearing the WEN
bit to ‘0’ in order to protect the device against inadvertent writes.
This instruction is issued following the falling edge of CS followed
by opcode for WRDI instruction. The WEN bit is cleared on the
rising edge of CS following a WRDI instruction.
Figure 10. WRDI Instruction
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
SI
SO
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1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
HI-Z
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Block Protection
Memory Access
Block protection is provided using the BP0 and BP1 pins of the
Status Register. These bits can be set using WRSR instruction
and probed using the RDSR instruction. The nvSRAM is divided
into four array segments. One-quarter, one-half, or all of the
memory segments can be protected. Any data within the
protected segment is read only. Table 5 shows the function of
Block Protect bits.
All memory accesses are done using the READ and WRITE
instructions. These instructions cannot be used while a STORE
or RECALL cycle is in progress. A STORE cycle in progress is
indicated by the RDY bit of the Status Register and the HSB pin.
Table 5. Block Write Protect Bits
Level
Status Register
Bits
BP1
Array Addresses Protected
BP0
0
0
0
None
1 (1/4)
0
1
0x1800–0x1FFF
2 (1/2)
1
0
0x1000–0x1FFF
3 (All)
1
1
0x0000–0x1FFF
Hardware Write Protection (WP)
The write protect pin (WP) is used to provide hardware write
protection. WP pin enables all normal read and write operations
when held HIGH. When the WP pin is brought LOW and WPEN
bit is ‘1’, all write operations to the Status Register are inhibited.
The hardware write protection function is blocked when the
WPEN bit is ‘0’. This allows you to install the device in a system
with the WP pin tied to ground, and still write to the Status
Register.
WP pin can be used along with WPEN and Block Protect bits
(BP1 and BP0) of the Status Register to inhibit writes to memory.
When WP pin is LOW and WPEN is set to ‘1’, any modifications
to the Status Register are disabled. Therefore, the memory is
protected by setting the BP0 and BP1 bits and the WP pin inhibits
any modification of the Status Register bits, providing hardware
write protection.
Note WP going LOW when CS is still LOW has no effect on any
of the ongoing write operations to the Status Register.
Note CY14MX064Q2A does not have WP pin and therefore
does not provide hardware write protection.
Table 6 summarizes all the protection features of this device.
Table 6. Write Protection Operation
WPEN
WP
Unprotected
WEN Protected
Blocks
Blocks
Status
Register
X
X
0
Protected
Protected
Protected
0
X
1
Protected
Writable
Writable
1
LOW
1
Protected
Writable
Protected
1
HIGH
1
Protected
Writable
Writable
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Read Sequence (READ) Instruction
The read operations on this device are performed by giving the
instruction on the SI pin and reading the output on SO pin. The
following sequence needs to be followed for a read operation:
After the CS line is pulled LOW to select a device, the read
opcode is transmitted through the SI line followed by two bytes
of address (A12–A0). The most significant address bits
(A15–A13) are don’t cares. After the last address bit is
transmitted on the SI pin, the data (D7–D0) at the specific
address is shifted out on the SO line on the falling edge of SCK
starting with D7. Any other data on SI line after the last address
bit is ignored.
CY14MX064Q allows reads to be performed in bursts through
SPI which can be used to read consecutive addresses without
issuing a new READ instruction. If only one byte is to be read,
the CS line must be driven HIGH after one byte of data comes
out. However, the read sequence may be continued by holding
the CS line LOW and the address is automatically incremented
and data continues to shift out on SO pin. When the last data
memory address (0x1FFF) is reached, the address rolls over to
0x0000 and the device continues to read.
Write Sequence (WRITE) Instruction
The write operations on this device are performed through the SI
pin. To perform a write operation, if the device is write disabled,
then the device must first be write enabled through the WREN
instruction. When the writes are enabled (WEN = ‘1’), WRITE
instruction is issued after the falling edge of CS. A WRITE
instruction constitutes transmitting the WRITE opcode on SI line
followed by two bytes of address (A12–A0) and the data (D7–D0)
which is to be written. The most significant address bits
(A15–A13) are don’t cares.
CY14MX064Q enables writes to be performed in bursts through
SPI which can be used to write consecutive addresses without
issuing a new WRITE instruction. If only one byte is to be written,
the CS line must be driven HIGH after the D0 (LSB of data) is
transmitted. However, if more bytes are to be written, CS line
must be held LOW and address is incremented automatically.
The following bytes on the SI line are treated as data bytes and
written in the successive addresses. When the last data memory
address (0x1FFF) is reached, the address rolls over to 0x0000
and the device continues to write. The WEN bit is reset to ‘0’ on
completion of a WRITE sequence.
Note When a burst write reaches a protected block address, it
continues the address increment into the protected space but
does not write any data to the protected memory. If the address
roll over takes the burst write to unprotected space, it resumes
writes. The same operation is true if a burst write is initiated
within a write protected block.
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CY14ME064Q
Figure 11. Read Instruction Timing
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
0
0
0
0
12 13 14 15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13-bit Address
Op-Code
SI
7
~
~ ~
~
0
SCK
0
1
1
X
X A12 A11 A10 A9 A8
X
MSB
A3 A2 A1 A0
LSB
HI-Z
SO
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
LSB
Data
Figure 12. Burst Mode Read Instruction Timing
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Op-Code
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13-bit Address
0
1
1
X
X
X A12 A11 A10 A9 A8
MSB
~
~
SI
12 13 14 15
~
~
0
SCK
~
~
CS
A3 A2 A1 A0
LSB
Data Byte N
~
~
Data Byte 1
HI-Z
SO
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D7 D0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
MSB
LSB
LSB
Figure 13. Write Instruction Timing
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Op-Code
SI
0
0
0
0
0
0
~
~ ~
~
0
SCK
12 13 14 15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13-bit Address
1
0
X
X
X
12 11 10
9
MSB
SO
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8
3
2
1
0
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
LSB MSB
Data
LSB
HI-Z
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Figure 14. Burst Mode Write Instruction Timing
CS
2
3
4
5
6
0
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
12 13 14 15
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
7
~
~
1
~
~
0
SCK
0
1
Op-Code
0
13-bit Address
0
0
1
0
X
X
X A12 A11 A10 A9 A8
MSB
LSB MSB
6
7
LSB
HI-Z
nvSRAM Special Instructions
CY14MX064Q provides four special instructions which enables
access to the nvSRAM specific functions: STORE, RECALL,
ASDISB, and ASENB. Table 7 lists these instructions.
The instruction is performed by transmitting the RECALL opcode
on the SI pin following the falling edge of CS. The WEN bit is
cleared on the positive edge of CS following the RECALL
instruction.
Figure 16. Software RECALL Operation
Table 7. nvSRAM Special Instructions
Function Name
Opcode
STORE
0011 1100
RECALL
Operation
0110 0000
Software RECALL
ASENB
0101 1001
AutoStore Enable
ASDISB
0001 1001
AutoStore Disable
To issue this instruction, the device must be write enabled (WEN
bit = ‘1’). The instruction is performed by transmitting the STORE
opcode on the SI pin following the falling edge of CS. The WEN
bit is cleared on the positive edge of CS following the STORE
instruction.
Figure 15. Software STORE Operation
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
SI
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
HI-Z
AutoStore Enable (ASENB) Instruction
The AutoStore Enable instruction enables the AutoStore on
CY14MX064Q2A/CY14MX064Q3A. This setting is not
nonvolatile and needs to be followed by a STORE sequence to
survive the power cycle.
To issue this instruction, the device must be write enabled
(WEN = ‘1’). The instruction is performed by transmitting the
ASENB opcode on the SI pin following the falling edge of CS.
The WEN bit is cleared on the positive edge of CS following the
ASENB instruction.
Note If ASDISB and ASENB instructions are executed in
CY14MX064Q2A/CY14MX064Q3A, the device is busy for the
duration of software sequence processing time (tSS). However,
ASDISB and ASENB instructions have no effect on
CY14MX064Q1A as AutoStore is internally disabled.
Figure 17. AutoStore Enable Operation
0
HI-Z
CS
0
Software RECALL (RECALL) Instruction
SCK
When a RECALL instruction is executed, nvSRAM performs a
Software RECALL operation. To issue this instruction, the device
must be write enabled (WEN = ‘1’).
SI
SO
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1
SCK
SO
When a STORE instruction is executed, nvSRAM performs a
Software STORE operation. The STORE operation is performed
irrespective of whether a write has taken place since the last
STORE or RECALL operation.
0
CS
Software STORE
Software STORE (STORE) Instruction
SO
5
A3 A2 A1 A0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D7 D0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
SO
SI
4
~
~
0
~
~
SI
0
3
Data Byte N
Data Byte 1
0
2
0
1
1
2
0
3
1
4
1
5
0
6
0
7
1
HI-Z
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AutoStore Disable (ASDISB) Instruction
to the SRAM has been performed since the last STORE or
RECALL cycle.
AutoStore
is
enabled
by
default
in
CY14MX064Q2A/CY14MX064Q3A. The ASDISB instruction
disables the AutoStore. This setting is not nonvolatile and needs
to be followed by a STORE sequence to survive the power cycle.
Figure 19. Sleep Mode Entry
t
SLEEP
To issue this instruction, the device must be write enabled
(WEN = ‘1’). The instruction is performed by transmitting the
ASDISB opcode on the SI pin following the falling edge of CS.
The WEN bit is cleared on the positive edge of CS following the
ASDISB instruction.
CS
0
SI
CS
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
Figure 18. AutoStore Disable Operation
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
HI-Z
SO
7
1
Serial Number
SCK
0
SI
0
0
1
1
0
0
The serial number is an 8 byte programmable memory space
provided to you uniquely identify this device. It typically consists
of a two byte Customer ID, followed by five bytes of unique serial
number and one byte of CRC check. However, nvSRAM does
not calculate the CRC and it is up to the system designer to utilize
the eight byte memory space in whatever manner desired. The
default value for eight byte locations are set to ‘0x00’.
1
HI-Z
SO
Special Instructions
SLEEP Instruction
WRSN (Serial Number Write) Instruction
SLEEP instruction puts the nvSRAM in sleep mode. When the
SLEEP instruction is issued, the nvSRAM takes tSS time to
process the SLEEP request. Once the SLEEP command is
successfully registered and processed, the nvSRAM toggles
HSB LOW, performs a STORE operation to secure the data to
nonvolatile memory and then enters into SLEEP mode. The
device starts consuming IZZ current after tSLEEP time from the
instance when SLEEP instruction is registered. The device is not
accessible for normal operations after SLEEP instruction is
issued. Once in sleep mode, the SCK and SI pins are ignored
and SO will be Hi-Z but device continues to monitor the CS pin.
The serial number can be written using the WRSN instruction. To
write serial number the write must be enabled using the WREN
instruction. The WRSN instruction can be used in burst mode to
write all the 8 bytes of serial number.
The serial number is locked using the SNL bit of the Status
Register. Once this bit is set to '1', no modification to the serial
number is possible. After the SNL bit is set to '1', using the WRSN
instruction has no effect on the serial number.
A STORE operation (AutoStore or Software STORE) is required
to store the serial number in nonvolatile memory. If AutoStore is
disabled, you must perform a Software STORE operation to
secure and lock the serial Number. If SNL bit is set to ‘1’ and is
not stored (AutoStore disabled), the SNL bit and serial number
defaults to ‘0’ at the next power cycle. If SNL bit is set to ‘1’ and
is stored, the SNL bit can never be cleared to ‘0’. This instruction
requires the WEN bit to be set before it can be executed. The
WEN bit is reset to '0' after completion of this instruction.
To wake the nvSRAM from the sleep mode, the device must be
selected by toggling the CS pin from HIGH to LOW. The device
wakes up and is accessible for normal operations after tWAKE
duration after a falling edge of CS pin is detected.
Note Whenever nvSRAM enters into sleep mode, it initiates
nonvolatile STORE cycle which results in an endurance cycle per
sleep command execution. A STORE cycle starts only if a write
Figure 20. WRSN Instruction
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SI
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
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Byte - 1
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
SO
56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
Byte - 8
Op-Code
~
~
0
SCK
~
~
CS
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
8-Byte Serial Number
LSB
HI-Z
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RDSN (Serial Number Read) Instruction
the device does not loop back. RDSN instruction can be issued
by shifting the op-code for RDSN in through the SI pin of
nvSRAM after CS goes LOW. This is followed by nvSRAM
shifting out the eight bytes of serial number through the SO pin.
The serial number is read using RDSN instruction. A serial
number read may be performed in burst mode to read all the
eight bytes at once. After the last byte of serial number is read,
Figure 21. RDSN Instruction
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
~
~
CS
56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63
Op-Code
SI
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
Byte - 1
SO
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
MSB
~
~
Byte - 8
HI-Z
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
8-Byte Serial Number
LSB
Device ID
Device ID is 4-byte read only code identifying a type of product uniquely. This includes the product family code, configuration and
density of the product.
Table 8. Device ID
Device ID Description
Device
Device ID
(4 bytes)
31–21
(11 bits)
20–7
(14 bits)
6–3
(4 bits)
2–0
(3 bits)
Manufacture ID
Product ID
Density ID
Die Rev
CY14MB064Q1A
0x06810888
00000110100
00001000010001
0001
000
CY14MB064Q2A
0x06818808
00000110100
00001100010000
0001
000
CY14MB064Q3A
0x06818888
00000110100
00001100010001
0001
000
CY14ME064Q1A
0x06811088
00000110100
00001000100001
0001
000
CY14ME064Q2A
0x06819008
00000110100
00001100100000
0001
000
CY14ME064Q3A
0x06819088
00000110100
00001100100001
0001
000
The device ID is divided into four parts as shown in Table 8:
1. Manufacturer ID (11 bits)
This is the JEDEC assigned manufacturer ID for Cypress.
JEDEC assigns the manufacturer ID in different banks. The first
three bits of the manufacturer ID represent the bank in which ID
is assigned. The next eight bits represent the manufacturer ID.
Cypress’s manufacturer ID is 0x34 in bank 0. Therefore the
manufacturer ID for all Cypress nvSRAM products is:
Cypress ID - 000_0011_0100
2. Product ID (14 bits)
The product ID is defined as shown in the Table 8
3. Density ID (4 bits)
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
The 4 bit density ID is used as shown in Table 8 for indicating the
64 Kb density of the product.
4. Die Rev (3 bits)
This is used to represent any major change in the design of the
product. The initial setting of this is always 0x0.
RDID (Device ID Read) Instruction
This instruction is used to read the JEDEC assigned
manufacturer ID and product ID of the device. This instruction
can be used to identify a device on the bus. RDID instruction can
be issued by shifting the op-code for RDID in through the SI pin
of nvSRAM after CS goes LOW. This is followed by nvSRAM
shifting out the four bytes of device ID through the SO pin.
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Figure 22. RDID instruction
CS
0 1
2
3 4
5
6
7 0 1
2
3 4
5
6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31
SCK
Op-Code
SI
1 0 0 1 1 1 1
1
Byte - 4
SO
HI-Z
Byte - 3
Byte - 2
Byte - 1
D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
LSB
MSB
4-Byte Device ID
HOLD Pin Operation
This pin can be used by the master with the CS pin to pause the
serial communication by bringing the pin HOLD LOW and
deselecting an SPI slave to establish communication with
another slave device, without the serial communication being
reset. The communication may be resumed at a later point by
selecting the device and setting the HOLD pin HIGH.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
Figure 23. HOLD Operation
CS
SCK
~
~
~ ~
The HOLD pin is used to pause the serial communication. When
the device is selected and a serial sequence is underway, HOLD
is used to pause the serial communication with the master device
without resetting the ongoing serial sequence. To pause, the
HOLD pin must be brought LOW when the SCK pin is LOW. To
resume serial communication, the HOLD pin must be brought
HIGH when the SCK pin is LOW (SCK may toggle during HOLD).
While the device serial communication is paused, inputs to the
SI pin are ignored and the SO pin is in the high impedance state.
HOLD
SO
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Maximum Ratings
Transient voltage (<20 ns) on
any pin to ground potential ................. –2.0 V to VCC + 2.0 V
Exceeding maximum ratings may shorten the useful life of the
device. These user guidelines are not tested.
Package power dissipation
capability (TA = 25 °C) ................................................. 1.0 W
Storage temperature ................................ –65 C to +150 C
Maximum accumulated storage time
At 150 C ambient temperature ...................... 1000 h
At 85 C ambient temperature .................... 20 Years
Maximum junction temperature ................................. 150 C
Supply voltage on VCC relative to VSS
CY14MB064Q: ..................................–0.5 V to +4.1 V
CY14ME064Q: ..................................–0.5 V to +7.0 V
DC voltage applied to outputs
in High Z state .................................... –0.5 V to VCC + 0.5 V
Input voltage ....................................... –0.5 V to VCC + 0.5 V
Surface mount lead soldering
temperature (3 seconds) ......................................... +260 C
DC output current (1 output at a time, 1s duration) .... 15 mA
Static discharge voltage
(per MIL-STD-883, Method 3015) .......................... > 2001 V
Latch-up current .................................................... > 140 mA
Operating Range
Device
Range
CY14MB064Q Industrial
Ambient
Temperature
VCC
–40 C to +85 C 2.7 V to 3.6 V
CY14ME064Q
4.5 V to 5.5 V
DC Electrical Characteristics
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
VCC
ICC1
Description
Power supply
Average VCC current
Min
Typ [4]
Max
Unit
CY14MB064Q
2.7
3.0
3.6
V
CY14ME064Q
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
fSCK = 40 MHz; Values CY14MB064Q
obtained without output
CY14ME064Q
loads (IOUT = 0 mA)
–
–
3
mA
–
–
4
mA
Test Conditions
ICC2
Average VCC current during
STORE
All inputs don’t care, VCC = Max
Average current for duration tSTORE
–
–
3
mA
ICC3
Average VCC current,
fSCK = 1 MHz,
VCC = VCC(Typ), 25 °C
All inputs cycling at CMOS levels.
Values obtained without output loads (IOUT
= 0 mA)
–
–
1
mA
ICC4
Average VCAP current during
AutoStore cycle
All inputs don't care. Average current for
duration tSTORE
–
–
3
mA
ISB
VCC standby current
CS > (VCC – 0.2 V).
VIN < 0.2 V or > (VCC – 0.2 V).
Standby current level after nonvolatile cycle
is complete.
Inputs are static. fSCK = 0 MHz.
–
–
150
A
IZZ
Sleep mode current
tSLEEP time after SLEEP Instruction is registered. All inputs are static and configured at
CMOS logic level.
–
–
8
A
IIX[5]
Input leakage current (except
HSB)
–1
–
+1
A
IOZ
Input leakage current (for HSB)
–100
–
+1
A
Off-state output leakage current
–1
–
+1
A
Notes
4. Typical values are at 25 °C, VCC = VCC(Typ). Not 100% tested.
5. The HSB pin has IOUT = -2 µA for VOH of 2.4 V when both active high and LOW drivers are disabled. When they are enabled standard VOH and VOL are valid. This
parameter is characterized but not tested.
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DC Electrical Characteristics (continued)
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
Description
Test Conditions
Min
Typ [4]
Max
Unit
VIH
Input HIGH voltage
2.0
–
VCC + 0.5
V
VIL
Input LOW voltage
Vss – 0.5
–
0.8
V
VOH
Output HIGH Voltage
V
IOUT = –2 mA
CY14MB064Q
2.4
–
–
CY14ME064Q
VCC – 0.4
–
–
VOL
Output LOW voltage
IOUT = 4 mA
–
–
0.4
V
VCAP[6]
VVCAP[7, 8]
Storage capacitor
Between VCAP pin and VSS
42
47
180
F
V
Maximum voltage driven on VCAP VCC = Max
pin by the device
CY14MB064Q
–
–
VCC
CY14ME064Q
–
–
VCC – 0.5
Data Retention and Endurance
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
Description
DATAR
Data retention
NVC
Nonvolatile STORE operations
Min
Unit
20
Years
1,000
K
Max
Unit
7
pF
7
pF
Capacitance
Parameter [8]
Description
CIN
Input capacitance
COUT
Output pin capacitance
Test Conditions
TA = 25 C, f = 1 MHz,
VCC = VCC(Typ)
Thermal Resistance
Parameter [8]
JA
JC
Description
Thermal resistance
(junction to ambient)
Thermal resistance
(junction to case)
Test Conditions
8-pin SOIC
16-pin SOIC
Unit
Test conditions follow standard test
methods and procedures for measuring
thermal impedance, per EIA / JESD51.
101.08
56.68
C/W
37.86
32.11
C/W
Notes
6. Min VCAP value guarantees that there is a sufficient charge available to complete a successful AutoStore operation. Max VCAP value guarantees that the capacitor on
VCAP is charged to a minimum voltage during a Power-Up RECALL cycle so that an immediate power-down cycle can complete a successful AutoStore. Therefore it
is always recommended to use a capacitor within the specified min and max limits. Refer application note AN43593 for more details on VCAP options.
7. Maximum voltage on VCAP pin (VVCAP) is provided for guidance when choosing the VCAP capacitor. The voltage rating of the VCAP capacitor across the operating
temperature range should be higher than the VVCAP voltage.
8. These parameters are guaranteed by design and are not tested.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
AC Test Loads and Waveforms
Figure 24. AC Test Loads and Waveforms
For 3 V (CY14MB064Q):
577 
577 
3.0 V
3.0 V
R1
For Tri-state specs
R1
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
R2
789 
30 pF
R2
789 
5 pF
For 5 V (CY14ME064Q):
963 
963 
5.0 V
5.0 V
R1
For Tri-state specs
R1
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
30 pF
R2
512 
5 pF
R2
512 
AC Test Conditions
Input pulse levels.................................................... 0 V to 3 V
Input rise and fall times (10% to 90%)......................... < 3 ns
Input and output timing reference levels........................ 1.5 V
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CY14ME064Q
AC Switching Characteristics
Over the Operating Range
Parameters [9]
Cypress
Parameter
40 MHz
Description
Alt.
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
fSCK
fSCK
Clock frequency, SCK
–
40
MHz
tCL[10]
tCH[10]
tWL
Clock pulse width LOW
11
–
ns
tWH
Clock pulse width HIGH
11
–
ns
tCS
tCE
CS HIGH time
20
–
ns
tCSS
tCES
CS setup time
10
–
ns
tCSH
tCEH
CS hold time
10
–
ns
tSD
tSU
Data in setup time
5
–
ns
tHD
tH
Data in hold time
5
–
ns
tHH
tHD
HOLD hold time
5
–
ns
tSH
tCD
HOLD setup time
5
–
ns
tCO
tV
Output Valid
–
9
ns
tHHZ[10]
tHLZ[10]
tHZ
HOLD to output HIGH Z
–
15
ns
tLZ
HOLD to output LOW Z
–
15
ns
tOH
tHO
Output hold time
0
–
ns
tHZCS[10]
tDIS
Output disable time
–
20
ns
Notes
9. Test conditions assume signal transition time of 3 ns or less, timing reference levels of VCC/2, input pulse levels of 0 to VCC (typ), and output loading of the specified
IOL/IOH and load capacitance shown in Figure 24.
10. These parameters are guaranteed by design and are not tested.
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CY14ME064Q
Switching Waveforms
Figure 25. Synchronous Data Timing (Mode 0)
tCS
CS
tCSS
tCH
tCL
tCSH
SCK
tSD
SI
tHD
VALID IN
VALID IN
VALID IN
tCO
SO
HI-Z
tOH
tHZCS
HI-Z
~
~
~ ~
Figure 26. HOLD Timing
CS
SCK
tHH
tHH
tSH
tSH
HOLD
tHHZ
tHLZ
SO
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CY14ME064Q
AutoStore or Power-Up RECALL
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
CY14MX064Q
Description
Unit
Min
Max
Power-Up RECALL duration
–
20
ms
STORE cycle duration
–
8
ms
tDELAY [13]
Time allowed to complete SRAM write cycle
–
25
ns
VSWITCH
Low voltage trigger level
CY14MB064Q
–
2.65
V
CY14ME064Q
–
4.40
V
150
–
s
tFA [11]
tSTORE
[12]
tVCCRISE
[14]
VCC rise time
VHDIS[14]
HSB output disable voltage
–
1.9
V
tLZHSB[14]
HSB high to nvSRAM active time
–
5
s
tHHHD[14]
HSB high active time
–
500
ns
tWAKE
Time for nvSRAM to wake up from SLEEP mode
–
20
ms
tSLEEP
Time to enter SLEEP mode after issuing SLEEP instruction
–
8
ms
tSB[14]
Time to enter into standby mode after CS going HIGH
–
100
µs
Notes
11. tFA starts from the time VCC rises above VSWITCH.
12. If an SRAM write has not taken place since the last nonvolatile cycle, AutoStore or Hardware STORE is not initiated.
13. On a Hardware STORE, Software STORE / RECALL, AutoStore Enable / Disable and AutoStore initiation, SRAM operation continues to be enabled for time tDELAY.
14. These parameters are guaranteed by design and are not tested.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
Switching Waveforms
Figure 27. AutoStore or Power-Up RECALL [15]
VCC
VSWITCH
VHDIS
t VCCRISE
16
tHHHD
Note
16
tSTORE
Note
tHHHD
17
Note
tSTORE
17
Note
HSB OUT
tDELAY
tLZHSB
AutoStore
tLZHSB
tDELAY
POWERUP
RECALL
tFA
tFA
Read & Write
Inhibited
(RWI)
POWER-UP
RECALL
Read & Write
BROWN
OUT
AutoStore
POWER-UP
RECALL
Read & Write
POWER
DOWN
AutoStore
Notes
15. Read and Write cycles are ignored during STORE, RECALL, and while VCC is below VSWITCH.
16. If an SRAM write has not taken place since the last nonvolatile cycle, AutoStore or Hardware STORE is not initiated.
17. During power-up and power-down, HSB glitches when HSB pin is pulled up through an external resistor.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
Software Controlled STORE and RECALL Cycles
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
CY14MX064Q
Description
Min
Max
Unit
tRECALL
RECALL duration
–
600
s
tSS [18, 19]
Soft sequence processing time
–
500
s
Switching Waveforms
Figure 28. Software STORE Cycle [19]
CS
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
SCK
SI
Figure 29. Software RECALL Cycle [19]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
SI
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
tRECALL
tSTORE
HI-Z
RWI
RDY
RDY
Figure 30. AutoStore Enable Cycle
Figure 31. AutoStore Disable Cycle
CS
CS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SCK
SCK
SI
HI-Z
RWI
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
SI
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
tSS
tSS
RWI
HI-Z
RDY
RWI
HI-Z
RDY
Notes
18. This is the amount of time it takes to take action on a soft sequence command. Vcc power must remain HIGH to effectively register command.
19. Commands such as STORE and RECALL lock out I/O until operation is complete which further increases this time. See the specific command.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
Hardware STORE Cycle
Over the Operating Range
Parameter
tPHSB
CY14MB064Q3A/CY14ME064Q3A
Description
Hardware STORE pulse width
Min
Max
15
–
Unit
ns
Switching Waveforms
Figure 32. Hardware STORE Cycle [20]
Write Latch set
~
~
tPHSB
HSB (IN)
tSTORE
tHHHD
~
~
tDELAY
HSB (OUT)
tLZHSB
RWI
tPHSB
HSB (IN)
HSB pin is driven HIGH to VCC only by Internal
100 K: resistor, HSB driver is disabled
SRAM is disabled as long as HSB (IN) is driven LOW.
tDELAY
RWI
~
~
HSB (OUT)
~
~
Write Latch not set
Note
20. If an SRAM write has not taken place since the last nonvolatile cycle, AutoStore or Hardware STORE is not initiated.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14MB064Q
CY14ME064Q
Ordering Information
Ordering Code
Package Diagram
CY14MB064Q2A-SXIT
51-85066
Package Type
Operating Range
8-pin SOIC (with VCAP)
Industrial
CY14MB064Q2A-SXI
CY14ME064Q2A-SXIT
CY14ME064Q2A-SXI
All these parts are Pb-free. This table contains final information. Contact your local Cypress sales representative for availability of these parts.
Ordering Code Definitions
CY 14 M B 064 Q 2 A - S X I T
Option:
T - Tape & Reel
Blank - Std.
Temperature:
I - Industrial (-40 to 85 °C)
Pb-free
Package:
SXP - 8-pin SOIC
SFP - 16-pin SOIC
Die revision:
Blank - No Rev
A - 1st Rev
1 - With WP
2 - With VCAP
3 - With WP, VCAP and HSB
Q - Serial (SPI) nvSRAM
Density:
064 - 64 Kb
Metering
Voltage:
B - 3.0 V
E - 5.0 V
14 - nvSRAM
Cypress
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
Package Diagrams
Figure 33. 8-pin SOIC (150 Mils) S0815/SZ815/SW815 Package Outline, 51-85066
51-85066 *H
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
Package Diagrams (continued)
Figure 34. 16-pin SOIC (0.413 × 0.299 × 0.0932 Inches) Package Outline, 51-85022
51-85022 *E
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
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CY14ME064Q
Acronyms
Acronym
Document Conventions
Description
Units of Measure
CPHA
Clock Phase
CPOL
Clock Polarity
°C
degree Celsius
CMOS
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
Hz
hertz
CRC
Cyclic Redundancy Check
kHz
kilohertz
EEPROM
Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only
Memory
K
kilohm
EIA
Electronic Industries Alliance
Mbit
megabit
I/O
Input/Output
MHz
megahertz
JEDEC
Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council
A
microampere
LSB
Least Significant Bit
F
microfarad
MSB
Most Significant Bit
s
microsecond
nvSRAM
non-volatile Static Random Access Memory
mA
milliampere
RWI
Read and Write Inhibit
ms
millisecond
RoHS
Restriction of Hazardous Substances
ns
nanosecond
SNL
Serial Number Lock

ohm
SPI
Serial Peripheral Interface
%
percent
SONOS
Silicon-Oxide-Nitride-Oxide Semiconductor
pF
picofarad
SOIC
Small Outline Integrated Circuit
V
volt
SRAM
Static Random Access Memory
W
watt
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
Symbol
Unit of Measure
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CY14ME064Q
Document History Page
Document Title: CY14MB064Q/CY14ME064Q, 64-Kbit (8K × 8) SPI nvSRAM
Document Number: 001-65018
Revision
ECN
Orig. of
Change
Submission
Date
**
3096371
GVCH
12/08/2010
New data sheet.
*A
3204614
GVCH
03/24/2011
Updated AutoStore Operation (description).
Updated Hardware STORE and HSB pin Operation (Added more clarity on
HSB pin operation).
Updated Table 4 (definition of Bit 4–5).
Updated AutoStore or Power-Up RECALL (tLZHSB parameter description).
*B
3247282
GVCH
05/03/2011
Changed status from Preliminary to Final.
Updated Ordering Information.
*C
3386955
GVCH
09/28/2011
Updated SPI Operating Features (Updated Power-Up (description)).
Updated Special Instructions (Updated SLEEP Instruction (description),
updated Figure 19).
Updated Device ID (Updated Table 8 (Added Device ID (4 bytes) column)).
Updated DC Electrical Characteristics (Changed maximum value of ICC2
parameter from 2 mA to 3 mA, added Note 6 and referred the same note in
VCAP parameter).
Updated AC Switching Characteristics (Added Note 9 and referred the same
note in Parameters column).
Updated Package Diagrams.
*D
3683851
GVCH
07/24/2012
Updated DC Electrical Characteristics (Added VVCAP parameter and its details,
added Note 7 and referred the same note in VVCAP parameter, also referred
Note 8 in VVCAP parameter).
*E
3762423
GVCH
10/01/2012
Updated Maximum Ratings (Removed “Ambient temperature with power
applied” and included “Maximum junction temperature”).
*F
4188206
GVCH
11/11/2013
Added watermark “Not Recommended for New Designs.” across the
document.
Updated Package Diagrams:
spec 51-85066 – Changed revision from *E to *F.
spec 51-85022 – Changed revision from *D to *E.
Updated to new template.
Completing Sunset Review.
*G
4567905
GVCH
11/12/2014
Removed watermark “Not Recommended for New Designs.” across the
document.
Updated Functional Description:
Added “For a complete list of related documentation, click here.” at the end.
Updated Ordering Information:
Updated part numbers.
*H
5139606
GVCH
02/16/2016
Updated Switching Waveforms:
Updated Figure 25 (Fixed typo).
Updated Package Diagrams:
spec 51-85066 – Changed revision from *F to *H.
Updated to new template.
Document Number: 001-65018 Rev. *H
Description of Change
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