SBOS740A May 2017 – May 2019 TMP116
The EEPROM1 register is a 16-bit register that be used as a scratch pad by the customer to store general-purpose data. This register has a corresponding EEPROM location. Writes to this address when the EEPROM is locked write data into the register and not to the EEPROM. Writes to this register when the EEPROM is unlocked causes the corresponding EEPROM location to be programmed; see the Programming the EEPROM section. EEPROM[4:1] are preprogrammed during manufacturing with the unique ID that can be overwritten. In order to support NIST traceability, do not delete or reprogram EEPROM[4:1].
|15:0||D[15:0]||R/W||xxxxh||This 16-bit register can be used as a scratch pad by the customer.|