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Questions tagged [eeprom]

Acronym: Electrically Erasable, Programmable Read-Only Memory. Sometimes used with Flash parts that are similar to old EEPROM parts.

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For maximum EEPROM readability into the future is it better to write once and leave it, or periodically “refresh”?

What is the best strategy if I have a static value that I want to store in EEPROM once and then be able to read it as far into the future as possible? Is it better to write it one time and never ...
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Did my multimeter corrupt the ROM/EEPROM in my TV remote?

So I got my first multimeter today... I understand the basics needed, but maybe I was a bit overzealous... My TV remote has 6 pins sticking out next to where the batteries go. I assume these are for ...
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SimpleBGC No response on CMD_READ_FILE command [migrated]

I am trying to get a SBGC V3.O board (a gimbal controller) connected with my SimpleBGC32 GUI running on raspberry pi. I see the roll pitch and yaw meters updating fine but I am getting a popup window ...
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Is resistor needed to drive NPN Transistor from EEPROM

I am using this EEPROM in read mode: http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/doc0270.pdf And am using this transistor: https://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/P2N2222A-D.PDF I need my EEPROM I/...
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Can you power a chip that needs two voltages, from different sources?

I have this EEPROM chip that needs 5 volts for normal operation. But when it is getting programmed, it needs 12V on a different pin. Could I just use 12 volts from an external adapter, or do I need ...
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Asynchronous write to EEPROM

There is Stm32l052 with built-in EEPROM (2k). 4 ADC channels are used, data is collected by the trigger every 40 microseconds. Data from the ADC is processed in the interrupt (determined by the output ...
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EEPROM Interface confusion with Address?

So im researching how to interface with a EEPROM Chip via I2C with an AVR (Still learning a lot of the interfacing). Anyways, the AT24C16 for instance (or that family of EEPROM) seem pretty popular. ...
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Can an EEPROM be one-time-programmable?

I'm confused, and I hope you can help me figuring out, what I misunderstood. I am not an electronics engineer, so bear with me :) I have a chip, from the engine control unit of a Toyota Yaris Verso ...
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Why do I need to read/write from/to EEPROM in embedded applications? [closed]

What is the usage of the EEPROM in embedded application? can you give me examples?
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Does a microcontroller fetch instructions in blocks?

It seems that the flash memory on most microcontrollers that stores the assembly code is NAND flash, which is only accessible on a per-block basis. Does the CPU has to fetch an entire block to execute ...
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One Wire, 1-Wire, SingleWire, SDQ — are they compatible?

There are at least three different manufacturers with "one wire" type memories: Maxim/Dallas has "1-Wire" Microchip has "Single-Wire" TI has "SDQ" Are they all compatible with each other? I'm ...
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Analog Bistable Memory

I am looking for a device which I do not know exists. I would like to store the state of a number of analog switches, perhaps driven by a D Type Flip Flop. I'd like to drive the flip flop and set ...
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Would a parallel EEPROM ever output a value that it does not contain?

I understand that when the address input to a parallel EEPROM changes from A to B, the output may show results that aren't the contents of either A or B, for a few nanoseconds. Are these spurious ...
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Why Flash memories have less P/E (Program / Erase) cycles (e.g. 100K) compared to EEPROM (e.g. 1000K)?

As per datasheet of EEPROM: CAT24C02 (On Semiconductors) - P/E Cycle count is > 1000k whereas as per datasheet of NAND Flash: MX30LF2G18AC-TI (MXIC) - P/E Cycle count is > 100k I would like to know ...
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EEPROM 25LC1024 issue with PIC32MX OLIMEX board

I am trying to read the status register for the EEPROM following the instructions in this Application Note. I wanted to have the opinion of the community on the signals I am getting. They don't seem ...
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Saving data without a microcontroller?

Is there a way to save voltage data directly (without a microcontroller) to anywhere, like EEPROM, SDCARD, etc.? For example, I am using an MPX pressure sensor which gives 0V to 5V analog output. ...
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ATMEL 24C02 EEPROM - Trouble understanding how the addressing works

I am currently writing a library for ATMEL's 24C series EEPROMs (not a programming question). The library works fine with a single EEPROM at the moment and I am trying to support multiple EEPROMs now, ...
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Help identifying a microprocessor?

I've recently started trying to reverse engineer my old car's ECU (2001 Holden Jackaroo/Isuzu Trooper with a 3.0L diesel 4jx1 engine), purely as a learning experience. I've managed to identify and ...
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What to call the cells of memory in a computer or a microcontroller?

I don't know if this is the right forum to post this question, but I thought so because this forum is for educators and I'm a trainer and my question is related to education. I want to do an ...
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Parallel EEPROM write to with I2C

I was wondering if there is a hybrid between the serial and parallel EEPROM's? What I mean is, is there an EEPROM that can be written to over I2C and then once it is setup can be controlled with some ...
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STM32f030C8 I2C EEPROM -no data received when read after a write

I am developing library for I2C eeprom at24c04 with stm32f030c8. My read and write functions work but when i try to read immediately after a write to eeprom, the eeprom doest return any data. however ...
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Problems understanding I2C pullup calculation

I have been trying to read about I2C pullups such that I can select an appropriate pullup resistor for an EEPROM (24LC02B-I/P) which I want to use as serial ROM to drive some 7-segment displays. ...
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SPI software select not staying low

...and a few other things. I am working my way through Geoffrey Brown's book Discovering the STM32 Microcontroller and it's largely been smooth so far. I've come across an exercise where the reader ...
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Can I write to an I2C EEPROM with an arduino if it is powered by a different circuit?

That is to say, can I just connect the SCL and SDA lines from an externally powered EEPROM to an arduino to write to it? The EEPROM in question is AT24C16A. I am trying to make a circuit which relies ...
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Automotive ECU Flash and EEPROM memory mapping

I'm trying to access data stored in the eeprom of an automotive ECU and I'm short on experience. My question is how flash and eeprom are mapped and accessed by the micro. I haven't looked at the ...
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Winbond W27C512 EEPROM erasing/writing

I got these EEPROMS lately and I want to use them for other projects, so I need to erse/write them. I have Arduino Mega, powered by 12V power adapter and I am creting a shield with ZIF connector for ...
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How does a memory map of a 1K EEPROM look like? [closed]

I am using a 1Kbit: The device is organized as one block of 128 x 8-bit memory. I want to understand how to it's organized and how addresses are structured? Example: I want to store the world "Hello" ...
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Recording servo movements using pic with CCS C

Here what I am trying to do is control servo motor with a pottentiometer and record its movement using analog to digital converter and than play. I started with just moving the servo. To see which ...
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Reuse a S25FL256S SPI 32MB flash module even when it is possibility protected?

This is my weekend toy, a Spansion/Cypress fl256saif00 (S25FL256S), a 32MB SPI module. This chip is salvaged from a Cisco EPC3928 Docsis 3.0 Modem Router (2012). The (first) challenge was to be able ...
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Will my decimal to binary converter work

I got into electronics recently and I hope to make a 8 bit ripple carry adder with a decimal input and output. This input is the first schematic I designed from scratch without a tutorial to go off ...
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Ghosting on 7 segment display

I have an EEPROM (AT28C64B) multiplexed and connected to 3 seven segment displays, I did so using a tutorial online from ben eater https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLh1n2dErzE&t=300s Sorry for ...
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Can no-connect pins on EEPROM ever be connected to VCC or GND?

I created a circuit in which all the address inputs of an AT28C256 are connected to outputs of shift registers (74HC164). In the future I will do many of these circuits, however I haven't yet ...
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Ambiguous behavior while using 2 SPI's with relatively similar speeds STM32f030c8

I'm using RFID reader Rc522 communicating with the STM32f030c8 via SPI1 and EEPROM communicating via SPI2. System clock : 48 Mhz (via the Internal PLL system) APB peripheral clock which has the SPI's :...
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Can I program a microcontroller by manually programming an EEPROM and then coyping the EEPROM contents to the microcontroller? [closed]

If so , what do I need to learn in order to do that? I know it is possible to manually program an EEPROM. But What I want to know is how I can transfer the date stored in a eeprom to the ...
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Tiny parallel eeprom

Is there such a thing as a low pin-count eeprom IC that can be used to replace logic circuits with just a couple of inputs and outputs? I'm thinking of DIP-16 or smaller, but it needs to be parallel. ...
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How to prevent SOIC8 clip from backfeeding

I'm trying to read the flash ROM using a SOIC8 clip, on board. I am horrible at surface mount soldering. Is there a way to use the clip on the board, without removing the chip, and not have the SOIC8 &...
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EEPROM with high endurance

I am currently working on one embedded project in which I have one counter which will be active all the time. If the power goes down then also I have to store last counter status and load it back in ...
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Why is there a maximum time for length of write pulse to write on an EEPROM?

I am still just learning about electronics on my own, so please bear with me. The EEPROMs that I have come across (for example this one where the t_wp max is 1000 ns.) all have a time limit for the ...
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Do eeprom page writes always cost the same time as byte writes?

Some EEPROMs provide the possibility of a multi-byte write. For example, the AT24C provides an 8-byte page write besides the classical single-byte write. The datasheet specifies 5 ms as "Write Cycle ...
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AT28C16 Interface Help

I pulled an AT28C16 from an old KVM switch and have managed to wire it up like so: A0-10 -> GND CE -> GND WE -> 5V OE -> GND VCC -> 5V GND -> GND I/O0-7 -> Floating. Plugged by hand to level meter ...
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What data is stored in an eeprom that’s not in the flash memory? [closed]

I’m wondering generally what information is stored in an eeprom that’s different than what’s in the flash drive that contains firmware? Mostly in mobile devices. Does the eeprom contain user settings ...
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What Happens if a Device Is In a Device Tree but Not Physically Present

Probably a very newbie question: I have a Zynq 7100, zc706 board. I am playing around with the ARM Processing System with Xilinx's PetaLinux distro. What would happen if I added a device to the ...
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EEPROM dublicate pages

I'm facing a strange issue. Whenever I write to my EEPROM (24LC04B), it gets written to every other page as well and I can't understand why. i2cdetect -y 1 returns 8 pages: ...
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What is wrong with my eeprom?

I am using an eeprom M24C32-W from ST. Here is my schematic with VCC=3.3V. The write protection Write Control pin is connected to VSS and thus should be disabled. The address of the device is 0xA0 (or ...
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Increase EEPROM capacity and data lines

Question: I need to increase the capacity and data lines of a EEPROM board using decoder and/or basic logic gates. The EEPROM is Hitachi HN58C1001. it is 128K by 8 bits. Task is to make it 1M by 32 ...
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are 100K resistors too weak for connecting HC to cmos?

I have created two identical circuits. The only difference between them apart from the number of lines on the LCD is that the old circuit uses 10K pull-up resistors instead of 100K pull-up resistors. ...
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SPI timing of 25LC1024

I'm using an EEPROM chip from microchip, it's doc gives the read/write timing as below: I'm a little confused. From FIGURE 1-2, I think it will read data in at the rising edge of SCK. But from FIGURE ...
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nxp microprocessor ethernet socket coding and sending code [closed]

I have nxp lpc43s50 microprocessor and I made an ethernet connection via lan8710 and at24c02 .I know how to connect at24c02 to my microprocessor pins .However I don't know how to send codes to my ...
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Problem with writing eeprom memory

I am trying to write atmel at28c256 on breadboard so I tied all address lines to ground, and all I/O lines also tied to ground. I untie I/O lines for reading, tie 'WE to high, 'CE to low, and 'OE to ...
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Help identifying a possible EEPROM in SO8 package labeled “S130 DD08 6171”

I've been looking for a data sheet on this EEPROM in order to read the contents of the ROM. I understand enough to find the power and ground lines, however I have no real idea of how to find the ...