1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 10, 2017 10:07 PM by gsns

    Difference between EHPLC and HPLC of S25FL-S

    morimoto-n_1534561

      Hello,

      I plan to propose Micron 's MT25QL replacement to customers.

       

      MT25QL256ABA8ESF-0SIT

      256Mbit Single-die

      64KB sector size

      16-SO (300mil) package

      2.7 to 3.6V Vcc

      -40 to 85℃ (Non-Automotive grade)

      Available RESET#, HOLD#

       

      I found two matching part numbers in the S25FL-S datasheet.

      S25FL256SAGMFI[G]00 or

      S25FL256SAGMFI[H]00.

       

      suffix "G" and "H" mean

      G = EHPLC, SO footprint with RESET#

      H = HPLC, SO footprint with RESET#

       

      Q1: What is the difference between EHPLC and HPLC?

      Q2: Which part number should I suggest against Micron's MT25QL?

       

      Thanks,

      Naoaki Morimoto

        • 1. Re: Difference between EHPLC and HPLC of S25FL-S
          gsns

          Hello Morimoto San,

           

          Q1: What is the difference between EHPLC and HPLC?

          A)  EHPLC means " Enhanced High Performance Latency Cycles "

          HPLC  means " High Performance Latency Cycles ".

          The Enhanced High Performance feature removes the need for the instruction sequence and greatly improves code execution (XIP).

           

          Q2: Which part number should I suggest against Micron's MT25QL?

          A) We suggest you to recommend S25FL256SAGMFI[G]00 .

           

          Thanks,

          Krishna.