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2007 - WINBOND APPLICATION NOTE

Abstract: WINBOND Serial flash cross reference S25FL080A mxic spi flash MXIC serial Flash AT25F4096 MXIC Lot Code Identification MXIC SPI Flash MX25L8005
Text: 4M-8M SPI Cross Reference Spansion®, STM®, SST®, MXIC , Atmel® & Winbond® Application Note By , and are produced by a number of Flash manufactures including: Spansion, SST, ST, MXIC , Atmel and , manufactures and can be used to replace the following devices: ST M25P40/80, SST SST25VF040B/080B, MXIC , S25FL040A SPANSION S25FL008A ST M25P40 M25P80 SST SST25VF040B SST25VF080B MXIC , 64 33 33 33 25 33 Atmel AT25F4096 MXIC MX25L400/ 800 2.7V - 3.6V 64 Typ


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PDF M25P40/80, SST25VF040B/080B, MX25L400/800, AT25F4096 W25p40/80. WINBOND APPLICATION NOTE WINBOND Serial flash cross reference S25FL080A mxic spi flash MXIC serial Flash MXIC Lot Code Identification MXIC SPI Flash MX25L8005
2005 - 25L4005

Abstract: mx25l8005 25l4005a 25L400 NX25P80 MXIC serial Flash M25P40 AT25F4096 MXIC LOT NUMBER 25F4096 Macronix
Text: firmware to migrate from STM M25P serial flash to Macronix serial flash. However, if the code size to be , Flexible for boot code and parameter storage Sector 0 00000 Note: MX25L4005A and STM M25P40 are , of 4KB for parameter storage, which STM M25P series does not provide, we provide a lot more flexibility. When users want to update a 4KB parameter code , the STM part requires the erase of a whole 64KB block to perform the function that Macronix 4KB sector takes a lot less time. Serial Clock The


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PDF MX25L4005A MX25L8005 M25P40 S25FL004D NX25P40 W25P40) 25F4096 M25P80 NX25P80 W25P80) 25L4005 mx25l8005 25l4005a 25L400 NX25P80 MXIC serial Flash M25P40 AT25F4096 MXIC LOT NUMBER 25F4096 Macronix
2007 - MX25L1605

Abstract: MX25L1605M MX25L6405 MX25L1605MC PM1168 C214P IN3064 MX25L3205
Text: have page in the erased state first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification - JEDEC 2 , Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm P/N: PM1168 REV , ) basis. The MX25L1605 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which reliably stores memory contents , identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch bit output the to read out manufacturer , first and ADD=01H will output device ID first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which


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PDF MX25L1605 16M-BIT 100mA MX25L1605 MX25L1605M MX25L6405 MX25L1605MC PM1168 C214P IN3064 MX25L3205
2006 - Not Available

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: have page in the erased state first) • Status Register Feature • Electronic Identification - , 16-pin SOP (300mil) SOFTWARE FEATURES • Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code • Auto , erase command is executed on both chip and sector (64K bytes) basis. The MX25L1605 utilizes MXIC , (read identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch bit output the to read out , first and ADD=01H will output device ID first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which


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PDF MX25L1605 16M-BIT 100mA fi6/2006 JUN/08/2006
2006 - MXIC sequential

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: have page in the erased state first) • Status Register Feature • Electronic Identification - , 16-pin SOP (300mil) SOFTWARE FEATURES • Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code • Auto , erase command is executed on both chip and sector (64K bytes) basis. The MX25L3205 utilizes MXIC , (write disable) 04 Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch , adopt any other code which is not in the above command definition table. P/N: PM1169 7 REV. 1.1


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PDF MX25L3205 32M-BIT 100mA JUN/12/2006 MXIC sequential
2006 - MXIC serial Flash

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: SOFTWARE FEATURES · Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm - , programed should have page in the erased state first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification , suitable for parameter storage and replaces the EEPROM on system. The MX25L3205A utilizes MXIC , identification ) 9F Hex RDSR (read status register) 05 Hex WRSR READ (write status (read data) register) 01 Hex 03 , output device ID first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which is not in the above


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PDF MX25L3205A 32M-BIT 100mA 50MHz 256-byte 64K-byte 64s/chip MXIC serial Flash
2006 - MX25L1605ZM

Abstract: 25l1605 8x6mm MX25L1605 IN3064 256-Byte
Text: have page in the erased state first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification - JEDEC 2 , Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm P/N: PM1291 REV. 1.0 , ) basis. The MX25L1605 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which reliably stores memory contents , identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch bit output the to read out manufacturer , instruction code -> CS# goes high. (see Figure 12) (2) Write Disable (WRDI) The Write Disable (WRDI


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PDF MX25L1605ZM 16M-BIT 100mA PM1291 MX25L1605ZM 25l1605 8x6mm MX25L1605 IN3064 256-Byte
2006 - BP200

Abstract: MXIC serial Flash MX25L1605 ad20bit4 25L1605
Text: Identification - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS command, ADD=00H will output the , SOFTWARE FEATURES · Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm - , on system. The MX25L1605 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which reliably stores memory , identification ) 9F Hex RDSR (read status register) 05 Hex WRSR READ (write status (read data) register) 01 Hex 03 , output device ID first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which is not in the above


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PDF MX25L1605 16M-BIT BP200 MXIC serial Flash MX25L1605 ad20bit4 25L1605
2006 - flash TYPE mx25l3205A

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: have page in the erased state first) • Status Register Feature • Electronic Identification - , SOFTWARE FEATURES • Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code • Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm , chip and sector (64K bytes) basis. The MX25L3205A utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which , (read identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch bit output the to read out , first and ADD=01H will output device ID first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which


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PDF MX25L3205A 32M-BIT 100mA f/2005 JUN/08/2006 flash TYPE mx25l3205A
2006 - 25L3205

Abstract: MX25L3205 MX25L1605
Text: Identification - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS command, ADD=00H will output the , SOFTWARE FEATURES · Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm - , on system. The MX25L3205 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which reliably stores memory , sets the (WEL) write enable latch bit WRDI (write disable) 04 Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex , first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which is not in the above command definition


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PDF MX25L3205 32M-BIT 25L3205 MX25L3205 MX25L1605
26C1024

Abstract: No abstract text available
Text: location to be prog rammed ID = Data read from location IA during device identification (Manufacture code = , (Multiple-Time Programmable Read Only Memory) organized as 64K words of 16 bits each. MXIC 's MTP ROMs offer the , bus contention, the MX26C1024A has separate chip enable (CE) and output enable (OE ) controls. MXIC , levels during erase and program ming, while maintaining maximum EPROM compat ibility. MXIC MTP ROMTM tech n o lo g y re lia b ly stores memory contents after 100 erase and program cy cles. The MXIC cell is


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PDF 16-bit 10OjaA 44-pin 40-pin l-847-963-1909 26C1024
2010 - MX25L2026E

Abstract: MX25L2025 mxic MX25L2026E MX25L2025C MXIC serial Flash AN-065 AN065
Text: . 5 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 2Mb Devices. 6 Table 4: ID Code Comparison , from MX25L2025 and MX25L2025C 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 2Mb Devices Manufacturer and Device IDs for the new products have not been changed and the density (12) that is defined by MXIC also has not been changed. Table 4: ID Code Comparison Command Type MX25L2025 MX25L2025C


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PDF MX25L2026E MX25L2025 MX25L2025C AN-065 MX25L2026E mxic MX25L2026E MX25L2025C MXIC serial Flash AN-065 AN065
2010 - MX25L4006E

Abstract: mx25L4006 MX25L4005A MX25L4005C mxic 88us AN06-7 Macronix Macronix International AN-067
Text: . 5 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 4Mb Devices. 6 Table 4: ID Code Comparison , from MX25L4005A and MX25L4005C 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 4Mb Devices This table shows that Manufacturer and Device IDs have not been changed. The density (13) is defined by MXIC and also has not been changed. Table 4: ID Code Comparison Command Type MX25L4005A MX25L4005C MX25L4006E Type


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PDF MX25L4006E MX25L4005A MX25L4005C AN-067 MX25L4006E mx25L4006 MX25L4005C mxic 88us AN06-7 Macronix Macronix International AN-067
2010 - MX25L2006E

Abstract: mx25l2005 MX25L2006 MX25L2005C MXIC MX MX25L DSASW00248331 AN-064
Text: defined by MXIC also has not been changed. Table 4: ID Code Comparison Command Type MX25L2005 , . 5 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 2Mb Devices. 6 Table 4: ID Code Comparison , APPLICATION NOTE Migrating to MX25L2006E from MX25L2005 and MX25L2005C 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 2Mb , Reserved. Macronix, MXIC , MXIC Logo, MX Logo, are trademarks or registered trademarks of Macronix


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PDF MX25L2006E MX25L2005 MX25L2005C AN-064 MX25L2006E MX25L2006 MX25L2005C MXIC MX MX25L DSASW00248331 AN-064
2010 - MX29GL256

Abstract: MX29GL256f MX29GL256E mxic Macronix International 16byte 2222H 64Byte
Text: MX29GL256E such that it will be easy to migrate without any command change. The CFI code of MX2GL256F is the , © Macronix International Co., Ltd. 2010. All Rights Reserved. Macronix, MXIC , MXIC Logo, MX Logo, are , companies are for identification purposes only and may be claimed as the property of the respective


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PDF MX29GL256E MX29GL256F MX29GL256F. MX29GL256F MX29GL256E 56-TSOP 14x20mm) MX29GL256 mxic Macronix International 16byte 2222H 64Byte
2010 - MX25L4025A

Abstract: MX25L4026E MX25L4025C AN068
Text: . 5 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 4Mb Devices. 6 Table 4: ID Code Comparison , from MX25L4025A and MX25L4025C 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 4Mb Devices This table shows that Manufacturer and Device IDs have not been changed. The density (13) is defined by MXIC and also has not been changed. Table 4: ID Code Comparison Command Type MX25L4025A MX25L4025C MX25L4026E Type


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PDF MX25L4026E MX25L4025A MX25L4025C AN-068 MX25L4026E MX25L4025C AN068
mxic

Abstract: EN29LV640
Text: Eon. 3.3 Byte/Word Access Eon : only x16 MXIC : x8 and x16 capable 3.4 Manufacturer ID Eon's device uses an extended manufacurer identification code at address 100h , instead of address , Structure Eon : uniform-sectored One hundred and twenty-eight 32K-Word /64K-byte sectors. MXIC : 8KB


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PDF EN29LV640H/L MX29LV640BT/BB EN29LV640H/L MX29LV640BB/BT 48-Lead MX29LV640BB/BT 500ms) mxic EN29LV640
2005 - 25LF040A

Abstract: 25VF080B 25LF080A MX25L8005 AN-00204 25lf080a PIN DIAGRAM MXIC serial Flash 25LF080 SST25LF080A SST25LF040A
Text: Manufacturer ID and Device ID Command and ID Type REMS* Macronix - MX25L4005A Command Command ID code , first, 01 for device ID first)Mfr. ID: C2Device ID: 12 Command code (hex) 90 or AB SST - , Macronix - MX25L8005 SST - SST25LF080A Command Command ID Command Command ID code (hex) Cycle code (hex) Cycle 90 or AB 1 command Two byte ID REMS* 90 1 command Two byte ID cycle2 dummy , 4M/8M Serial Flash Families from SST 4M/8M Serial Flash The command code 90 (hex) is used to read


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PDF MX25L4005A SST25LF040A MX25L8005 SST25LF080A 128Mb MX25L4005A MX25L4005A) 25LF040A) 25LF040A 25VF080B 25LF080A MX25L8005 AN-00204 25lf080a PIN DIAGRAM MXIC serial Flash 25LF080 SST25LF080A SST25LF040A
2006 - 25L6405

Abstract: MX25L6405
Text: first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification GENERAL · Serial Peripheral Interface , Data Format - 1-byte Command code - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS , parameter storage and replaces the EEPROM on system. The MX25L6405 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell , sets the (WEL) write enable latch bit WRDI (write disable) 04 Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex , first. (2) It is not recommended to adopt any other code which is not in the above command definition


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PDF MX25L6405 64M-BIT 25L6405 MX25L6405
2005 - 25vf512

Abstract: mx25l1005 25VF010 MXIC serial Flash SST25VF010 MX25L512 FLASH CROSS SST25VF512 mxic macronix flash
Text: Command ID Command code (hex) Cycle code (hex) 90 1 command Two byte ID 90 or AB cycle (ADD , Command Command ID Command code (hex) Cycle code (hex) REMS* 90 1 command Two byte ID 90 or AB , . ID: C2 Device ID: 10 Start The command code 90 (hex) is used to read out the manufacturer ID , , so use its command algorithm ID = BFh ? No Identification Failure Failure Software , Block size is different MXIC 64KB, SST 32KB 00FFF Sector 31 block 3 Sector 24 Sector 23 block 2


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PDF 512K/1M 512Kb MX25L512 SST25VF512 MX25L1005 SST25VF010 128Mb 25vf512 mx25l1005 25VF010 MXIC serial Flash SST25VF010 MX25L512 FLASH CROSS SST25VF512 mxic macronix flash
2009 - MX25L3206E

Abstract: MX25L3206 MX25L3205D mxic mx25l3206e data mx25L3206E AN058 MXIC MX25L3205D Macronix International MX25L 8wson
Text: density (16) is defined by MXIC and also has not been changed. Table 4: ID Code Comparison Command , . . 6 . 4. Device ID Code Comparison of 32Mb Devices. 7 Table 4: ID Code Comparison , , JAN. 07, 2011 APPLICATION NOTE Migrating to MX25L3206E from MX25L3205D 4. Device ID Code , Table 4: ID Code Comparison P7 3. Revised copyright page P9 4. Revised JEDEC ID as REMS P8


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PDF MX25L3206E MX25L3205D AN-058 MX25L3206E MX25L3205D. MX25L3206 MX25L3205D mxic mx25l3206e data mx25L3206E AN058 MXIC MX25L3205D Macronix International MX25L 8wson
2007 - MX25L3205A

Abstract: 3205a MX25L3205AMI-20 mx25l3205amc-20g MX25L3205 IN3064 flash TYPE mx25l3205A
Text: the erased state first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification - JEDEC 2 , -byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm - 16-pin SOP (300mil) - 8-land SON (8x6mm) - , utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which reliably stores memory contents even after 10K program and , Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write enable latch bit output the , code which is not in the above command definition table. P/N: PM1243 7 REV. 1.2, NOV. 06, 2006


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PDF MX25L3205A 32M-BIT 100mA MX25L3205A 3205a MX25L3205AMI-20 mx25l3205amc-20g MX25L3205 IN3064 flash TYPE mx25l3205A
2005 - pm1168

Abstract: MX25L1605 MX25L1605M
Text: Identification - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS command, ADD=00H will output the , SOFTWARE FEATURES · Input Data Format - 1-byte Command code · Auto Erase and Auto Program Algorithm - , and replaces the EEPROM on system. The MX25L1605 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell which , RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex RDSR (read status register) 05 Hex WRSR READ (write status (read data , sequence of issuing WREN instruction is: CS# goes low-> sending WREN instruction code -> CS# goes high. (see


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PDF MX25L1605 16M-BIT Peripheral2005 PM1168 pm1168 MX25L1605 MX25L1605M
2005 - 25L6405

Abstract: MX25L6405
Text: first) · Status Register Feature · Electronic Identification GENERAL · Serial Peripheral Interface , Data Format - 1-byte Command code - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS , parameter storage and replaces the EEPROM on system. The MX25L6405 utilizes MXIC 's proprietary memory cell , (write disable) 04 Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex RDSR (read status register) 05 Hex WRSR READ , -> sending WREN instruction code -> CS# goes high. (see Figure 12) (2) Write Disable (WRDI) The Write


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PDF MX25L6405 64M-BIT JUL/15/2005 AUG/03/2005 PM1107 25L6405 MX25L6405
2007 - MX25L6405

Abstract: 25L6405 MX25L1605 MX25L6405MC MX25L64 MX25L* 86 MHz IN3064
Text: Electronic Identification - JEDEC 2-byte Device ID - RES command, 1-byte Device ID - REMS command, ADD , Format - 1-byte Command code P/N: PM1107 REV. 1.3, NOV. 06, 2006 1 MX25L6405 GENERAL , erase command is executed on both chip and sector (64K bytes) basis. The MX25L6405 utilizes MXIC , WRDI (write disable) 04 Hex RDID (read identification ) 9F Hex reset the (WEL) write , recommended to adopt any other code which is not in the above command definition table. P/N: PM1107 7


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