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user_3968496
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I am verifying the interface between the qspi flash, S25FL512S, to zynq 7010 on HW level.

zynq 7010 PS is VCCO_MIO is 1.8V

The VCC_IO of qspi flash is 1.8V

I am measuring the voltages of the nodes for read and write to the flash.

nCS and SCK are measured to have a high voltage of about 1.8V for both read and write, which is correct.

for IO(3-0), high voltage of about 1.8V is also measured for write operation. No problem here as well

But for read operation, a high voltage if about 2.6V is measured on IO(3-0).

2.6V is higher than the absolute maximum DC rating of PS_MIO of VCCO_MIO +0.55V = 1.8+0.55 = 2.35V

On the Pg 25 datasheet of S25FL512S QSPI Flash Datasheet: during voltage transitions, inputs or I/Os may overshoot VSS to –2.0V or overshoot to VIO +2.0V, for periods up to 20 ns. - I am not sure if there is any overshoot in my measurement.

QUESTION:

What is the cause of the high voltage of IO(3-0) during the read operation?

How can I reduce this voltage?

Is this voltage is acceptable?

thanks

SW

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TakahiroK_16
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Hello,

In the schematic you attached, I can see the Flash part number, S25FL512SAGBHI210. This part does not have VIO and RESET# input. You should use S25FL512SAGBHIA10.

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Best Regards,

Takahiro

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TakahiroK_16
Employee

Hello,

In the schematic you attached, I can see the Flash part number, S25FL512SAGBHI210. This part does not have VIO and RESET# input. You should use S25FL512SAGBHIA10.

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Best Regards,

Takahiro

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user_3968496
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thanks

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