SNAS722A December 2017 – October 2018 LMK61E07
The on-chip SRAM is a volatile, shadow memory array used to temporarily store register data, and is intended only for programming the non-volatile EEPROM. The SRAM has the identical data format as the EEPROM map. The register configuration data can be transferred to the SRAM array through special memory access registers in the register map. To successfully program the SRAM, the complete base array and at least one page should be written. The following details the programming sequence to transfer the device registers into the SRAM.
The SRAM can also be written with particular values according to the following programming sequence.
It is possible to increment SRAM address incorrectly when 2 successive accesses are made to R51.