HTFLASHEVM Evaluation Module


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The HTFLASHEVM is designed for verification of the SM28VLT32 in extreme environments. The EVM, as shipped, is ready for test up to 200°C with the following exceptions. The decoupling capacitors need to be swapped from standard temperature range to 200°C rated through-hole components. This was done to save board cost on systems only needing room temperature protocol development. Alternate BOM data is provided for acquiring appropriate 200°C capacitors for in oven testing. Additionally, the plastic separators for the installed pins should be removed before exposing entire board to oven temperatures.

The EVM provides 100-mil berg type pins for access to SPI control pins (CS#,SO,SI,SCK), FLCLK, WP#, HOLD#, and power. Additionally, a footprint for an oscillator is present on the layout to allow the population of a standalone 12-MHz or slower oscillator.

Note: This EVM is RoHS exempt under RoHS exemption 7(a)

  • 32-Megabit Flash for High-Temperature
  • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Compatible (Mode 0 and 3)
  • 3.3-V Supply for IO, 1.8 V for Core
  • 2-M x 16-Bit Word Access
  • Asynchronous Read, Write, and Erase Operations
  • 12-MHz Maximum Clock Frequency
  • Endurance: TBD Program and Erase Cycles
  • Data Retention: 1000 hrs
  • ESD Protection: 2-kV HBM, 500-V CDM
  • 8-mm x 20-mm 14-Pin Ceramic Package

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HTFLASHEVM Evaluation Module


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Technical Documents
Application notes (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 45 27 Mar 2013 137
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 807 28 Nov 2012 145

Software (1)

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
SM28VLT32-HT  32-Mbit High-Temp Flash Memory with Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) Bus  Memory Products 

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