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Non Volatile RAM (F-RAM & NVSRAM)

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Hi,

Should the date format be: "YWW" or "YYWW"?

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Best regards and thank U

Paolo

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Hello Paulo,

The top-side Ordering Part Number (OPN) marking appears to be in the correct format.

However, the date code appears to be in the incorrect format in regards to Spansion

FLASH memory products manufactured after October, 2009.  As you had pointed out,

the production year should only have one digit, and not two.

Thanks and Regards,

Pradipta.

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Pls help

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Hello Paulo,

The top-side Ordering Part Number (OPN) marking appears to be in the correct format.

However, the date code appears to be in the incorrect format in regards to Spansion

FLASH memory products manufactured after October, 2009.  As you had pointed out,

the production year should only have one digit, and not two.

Thanks and Regards,

Pradipta.

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