datasheet for EN27LN1G08 by Eon Silicon Solution

datasheet for EN27LN1G08 by Eon Silicon Solution
EN27LN1G08
EN27LN1G08
1 Gigabit (128 Mx 8), 3.3 V NAND Flash Memory
Features
• Voltage Supply: 2.7V ~ 3.6V
• Reliable CMOS Floating-Gate Technology
• Organization
- Memory Cell Array :
(128M + 4M) x 8bit for 1Gb
- Data Register : (2K + 64) x 8bit
• Endurance:
- 100K Program/Erase Cycles (with 1 bit/528 bytes
ECC)
- Data Retention: 10 Years
• Automatic Program and Erase
- Page Program : (2K + 64) bytes
- Block Erase : (128K + 4K) bytes
• Command Driven Operation
• Cache Program Operation for High Performance
Program
• Page Read Operation
- Page Size : (2K + 64) bytes
- Random Read : 25µs (Max.)
- Serial Access : 25ns (Min.)
• Copy-Back Operation
• Unique ID for Copyright Protection
• Memory Cell: 1bit/Memory Cell
• Fast Write Cycle Time
- Page Program Time : 200µs (Typ.)
- Block Erase Time : 1.5ms (Typ.)
• Command/Address/Data Multiplexed I/O Port
• Hardware Data Protection
- Program/Erase Lockout During Power
Transitions
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General Description
Offered in 128Mx8 bits, this device is 1Gbit with spare 32Mbit capacity. The device is offered in 3.3V
VCC. Its NAND cell provides the most cost effective solution for the solid state mass storage market. A
program operation can be performed in typical 200us on the 2,112-byte page and an erase operation
can be performed in typical 1.5ms on a (128K+4K) bytes block. Data in the data register can be read out
at 25ns cycle time per byte. The I/O pins serve as the ports for address and data input/output as well as
command input. The on-chip write controller automates all program and erase functions including pulse
repetition, where required, and internal verification and margining of data. Even the write-intensive
systems can take advantage of this device’s extended reliability of 100K program/erase cycles by
providing ECC (Error Correcting Code) with real time mapping-out algorithm.
This device is an optimum solution for large nonvolatile storage applications such as solid state file
storage and other portable applications requiring non-volatility.
Pin Configuration
(TOP VIEW)
(TSOPI 48L, 12mm X 20mm Body, 0.5mm Pin Pitch)
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
RY/B#
RE#
CE#
NC
NC
Vcc
Vss
NC
NC
CLE
ALE
WE#
WP#
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
Standard
TSOP
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NC
NC
NC
NC
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
NC
NC
NC
Vcc
Vss
NC
NC
NC
I/O3
I/O2
I/O1
I/O0
NC
NC
NC
NC
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(TOP VIEW)
(BGA 63L, 9mm X 11mm X 1.0mm Body, 0.8mm Pin Pitch)
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Table 1. Pin Description
Symbol
I/O0 – I/O7
CLE
ALE
CE#
RE#
WE#
WP#
R/B#
Pin Name
Function
The I/O pins are used to input command, address and data, and
Data Inputs/Outputs to output data during read operations. The I/O pins float to Hi-Z
when the chip is deselected or when the outputs are disabled.
The CLE input controls the activating path for commands sent to
Command Latch
the command register. When active high, commands are latched
Enable
into the command register through the I/O ports on the rising edge
of the WE# signal.
The ALE input controls the activating path for address to the
Address Latch
internal address registers. Addresses are latched on the rising
Enable
edge of WE# with ALE high.
The CE# input is the device selection control. When the device is
Chip Enable
in the Busy state, CE# high is ignored, and the device does not
return to standby mode.
The RE# input is the serial data-out control, and when active
drives the data onto the I/O bus. Data is valid tREA after the falling
Read Enable
edge of RE# which also increments the internal column address
counter by one.
The WE# input controls writes to the I/O port. Commands,
Write Control
address and data are latched on the rising edge of the WE# pulse.
The WP# pin provides inadvertent program/erase protection
Write Protect
during power transitions. The internal high voltage generator is
reset when the WP# pin is active low.
The R/B# output indicates the status of the device operation.
When low, it indicates that a program, erase or random read
Ready/Busy Output
operation is in process and returns to high state upon completion.
It is an open drain output and does not float to Hi-Z condition
when the chip is deselected or when outputs are disabled.
VCC
Power Supply
VSS
Ground
NC
No Connection
VCC is the power supply for device.
Lead is not internally connected.
Note: Connect all VCC and VSS pins of each device to common power supply outputs. Do not leave VCC
or VSS disconnected.
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Block Diagram
Functional Block Diagram
Array Organization
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Address Cycle Map
I/O 0
I/O 1
I/O 2
I/O 3
I/O 4
I/O 5
I/O 6
I/O 7
Address
1st Cycle
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
Column Address
2nd Cycle
A8
A9
A10
A11
L*
L*
L*
L*
Column Address
3rd Cycle
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
Row Address
4th Cycle
Note:
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
Page Address
1. Column Address : Starting Address of the Register.
2. * L must be set to “Low”.
3. * The device ignores any additional input of address cycles than required.
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Ordering Information
EN27LN
1G
08 -
25
T
C
P
PACKAGING CONTENT
P = RoHS compliant
TEMPERATURE RANGE
C = Commercial (0 to +70 )
I = Industrial (-40 to +85 )
PACKAGE
T = 48-pin TSOP
CE = 63L 9x11x1.0mm BGA, pitch: 0.8mm,
ball: 0.45mm
SPEED OPTION for BURST ACCESS TIME
25 = 25ns
Data Length
08 = 8-bit width
DENSITY
1G = 1Gigabit [(128M + 4M) x 8 Bit]
BASE PART NUMBER
EN = Eon Silicon Solution Inc.
27LN = 3.0V Operation NAND Flash
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Product Introduction
This device is a 1,056Mbits (1,107,296,256 bits) memory organized as 65,539 rows (pages) by 2,112byte columns. Spare 64-byte columns are located from column address of 2,048 to 2,111.
A 2,112-byte data register and 2,112-byte cache register are serially connected to each other. Those
serially connected registers are connected to memory cell arrays for accommodating data transfer
between the I/O buffers and memory cells during page read and page program operations. The memory
array is made up of 32 cells that are serially connected to form a NAND structure. Each of the 32 cells
resides in a different page. A block consists of two NAND structured strings. A NAND structure consists
of 32 cells. Total 1,081,344 NAND cells reside in a block. The program and read operations are
executed on a page basis, while the erase operation is executed on a block basis. The memory array
consists of 1,024 separately erasable 128K-byte blocks. It indicates that the bit by bit erase operation is
prohibited on the device.
This device uses addresses multiplexed scheme. This scheme dramatically reduces pin counts and
allows systems upgrades to future densities by maintaining consistency in system board design.
Command, address and data are all written through I/O's by bringing WE# to low while CE# is low.
Those are latched on the rising edge of WE#. Command Latch Enable (CLE) and Address Latch Enable
(ALE) are used to multiplex command and address respectively, via the I/O pins. Some commands
require one bus cycle. For example, Reset Command, Status Read Command, etc require just one
cycle bus. Some other commands, like page read and block erase and page program, require two
cycles: one cycle for setup and the other cycle for execution. The total physical space requires 28
addresses, thereby requiring four cycles for addressing: 2 cycle of column address, 2 cycles of row
address, in that order. Page Read and Page Program need the same four address cycles following the
required command input. In Block Erase operation, however, only the 2 cycles of row address are used.
Device operations are selected by writing specific commands into the command register. Below table
defines the specific commands of this device.
The device provides cache program in a block. It is possible to write data into the cache registers while
data stored in data registers are being programmed into memory cells in cache program mode. The
program performance may be dramatically improved by cache program when there are lots of pages of
data to be programmed.
In addition to the enhanced architecture and interface, the device incorporates copy-back program
feature from one page to another page without need for transporting the data to and from the external
buffer memory. Since the time-consuming serial access and data-input cycles are removed, system
performance for solid-state disk application is significantly increased.
Command Set
Function
1st Cycle
2nd Cycle
Read
00h
30h
Read for Copy Back
00h
35h
Read ID
90h
-
Reset
FFh
-
Page Program
80h
10h
Cache Program
80h
15h
Copy-Back Program
85h
10h
Block Erase
60h
D0h
Random Data Input(1)
85h
-
Random Data Output(1)
05h
E0h
Read Status
70h
-
Acceptable Command during Busy
O
O
Note:
1. Random Data Input / Output can be executed in a page.
Caution: Any undefined command inputs are prohibited except for above command set of above table.
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Absolute Maximum Ratings
Parameter
Voltage on any pin relative to VSS
Temperature Under Bias
Storage Temperature
Short Circuit Current
Symbol
VCC
VIN
VI/O
TBIAS
TSTG
IOS
Rating
-0.6 to +4.6
Unit
V
-0.6 to VCC + 0.3 (< 4.6)
-40 to +125
-65 to +150
5
mA
Note:
1. Minimum DC voltage is -0.6V on input/output pins. During transitions, this level may undershoot to 2.0V for periods <30ns.
Maximum DC voltage on input/output pins is VCC+0.3V which, during transitions, may overshoot to
VCC+2.0V for periods <20ns.
2. Permanent device damage may occur if ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS are exceeded. Functional
operation should be restricted to the conditions as detailed in the operational sections of this data
sheet. Exposure to absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect reliability.
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
(Voltage reference to GND, TA = 0 to 70°C or – 40°C to 85°C)
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage
Symbol
VCC
VSS
Min.
2.7
0
Typ.
3.3
0
Max.
3.6
0
Unit
V
V
DC AND OPERATION CHARACTERISTICS
(Recommended operating conditions otherwise noted)
Parameter
Symbol
Test Conditions
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Sequential Read
Operating
Program
Current
Erase
Stand-by Current (TTL)
Stand-by Current (CMOS)
ICC1
ICC2
ICC3
ISB1
ISB2
tRC=25ns, CE# =VIL, IOUT=0mA
CE# =VIH, WP# =0V/VCC
CE# = VCC -0.2, WP# =0V/ VCC
-
15
15
15
10
Unit
Input Leakage Current
ILI
VIN=0 to VCC (max)
-
-
30
30
30
1
50
10
Output Leakage Current
ILO
VOUT=0 to VCC (max)
-
-
10
uA
0.8 x VCC
-0.3
2.4
8
10
VCC +0.3
0.2 x VCC
0.4
-
V
V
V
V
mA
Input High Voltage
Input Low Voltage, All inputs
Output High Voltage Level
Output Low Voltage Level
Output Low Current (R/B#)
VIH
VIL
VOH
VOL
IOL (R /B#)
IOH=-400uA
IOL=2.1mA
VOL=0.4V
Note:
1. VIL can undershoot to -0.4V and VIH can overshoot to VCC+0.4V for durations of 20ns or less.
2. Typical value are measured at VCC =3.3V, TA = 25 . And not 100% tested.
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mA
mA
uA
uA
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VALID BLOCK
Symbol
NVB
Min.
1,004
Typ.
-
Max.
1,024
Unit
Blocks
Note:
1. The device may include initial invalid blocks when first shipped. Additional invalid blocks may
develop while being used. The number of valid blocks is presented as first shipped. Invalid blocks
are defined as blocks that contain one or more bad bits which cause status failure during program
and erase operation. Do not erase or program factory-marked bad blocks. Refer to the attached
technical notes for appropriate management of initial invalid blocks.
2. The 1st block, which is placed on 00h block address, is guaranteed to be a valid block up to 1K
program/erase cycles with 1 bit/528 bytes ECC.
AC TEST CONDITION
(TA = 0 to 70°C or – 40°C to 85°C, V
Parameter
Input Pulse Levels
Input Rise and Fall Times
Input and Output Timing Levels
Output Load
CC=2.7V~3.6V,
unless otherwise noted)
Condition
0V to VCC
5 ns
VCC /2
1 TTL Gate and CL=50pF
CAPACITANCE
(TA = 25°C, V CC=3.3V, f =1.0MHz)
Item
Symbol
Test Condition
Input / Output Capacitance
CI/O
VIL = 0V
Input Capacitance
CIN
VIN = 0V
Note: Capacitance is periodically sampled and not 100% tested.
Min.
-
Max.
8
8
Unit
pF
pF
MODE SELECTION
CLE
ALE
CE#
WE#
RE#
WP#
Mode
H
L
L
Rising
H
X
Command Input
Read Mode
L
H
L
Rising
H
X
Address Input (4 clock)
H
L
L
Rising
H
H
Command Input
Write Mode
L
H
L
Rising
H
H
Address Input (4 clock)
L
L
L
Rising
H
H
Data Input
L
L
L
H
Falling
X
Data Output
X
X
X
X
H
X
During Read (Busy)
X
X
X
X
X
H
During Program (Busy)
X
X
X
X
X
H
During Erase (Busy)
X
X(1)
X
X
X
L
Write Protect
X
X
H
X
X
0V/VCC(2) Stand-by
Note:
1. X can be VIL or VIH.
2. WP# should be biased to CMOS high or CMOS low for stand-by.
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Program / Erase Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
(1)
Program Time
tPROG
200
700
us
Dummy Busy Time for Cache
tCBSY(2)
3
700
us
Program
Number of Partial Program Cycles
NOP
4
Cycle
in the Same Page
Block Erase Time
tBERS
1.5
10
ms
Note:
1. Typical program time is defined as the time within which more than 50% of the whole pages are
programmed at 3.3V VCC and 25°C temperature.
2. Max. time of tCBSY depends on timing between internal program completion and data in.
AC Timing Characteristics for Command / Address / Data Input
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max.
Unit
CLE Setup Time
tCLS(1)
12
ns
CLE Hold Time
tCLH
5
ns
CE# Setup Time
tCS
20
ns
CE# Hold Time
tCH
5
ns
WE# Pulse Width
tWP
12
ns
ALE Setup Time
tALS(1)
12
ns
ALE Hold Time
tALH
5
ns
(1)
Data Setup Time
tDS
12
ns
Data Hold Time
tDH
5
ns
Write Cycle Time
tWC
25
ns
WE# High Hold Time
tWH
10
ns
(2)
ALE to Data Loading Time
tADL
100
ns
Note:
1. The transition of the corresponding control pins must occur only once while WE# is held low.
2. tADL is the time from the WE# rising edge of final address cycle to the WE# rising edge of first data
cycle.
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AC Characteristics for Operation
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Max.
Unit
Data Transfer from Cell to Register
tR
25
us
ALE to RE# Delay
tAR
10
ns
CLE to RE# Delay
tCLR
10
ns
Ready to RE# Low
tRR
20
ns
RE# Pulse Width
tRP
12
ns
WE# High to Busy
tWB
100
ns
Read Cycle Time
tRC
25
ns
RE# Access Time
tREA
20
ns
CE# Access Time
tCEA
25
ns
RE# High to Output Hi-Z
tRHZ
100
ns
CE# High to Output Hi-Z
tCHZ
30
ns
CE# High to ALE or CLE Don’t Care
tCSD
0
ns
RE# High to Output Hold
tRHOH
15
ns
RE# Low to Output Hold
tRLOH
5
ns
CE# High to Output Hold
tCOH
15
ns
RE# High Hold Time
tREH
10
ns
Output Hi-Z to RE# Low
tIR
0
ns
RE# High to WE# Low
tRHW
100
ns
WE# High to RE# Low
tWHR
60
ns
Read
5(1)
us
(1)
Device Resetting
Program
10
us
tRST
Time during ...
Erase
500(1)
us
(1)
us
Ready
5
Note:
1. If reset command (FFh) is written at Ready state, the device goes into Busy for maximum 5us.
NAND Flash Technical Notes
Initial Invalid Block(s)
Initial invalid blocks are defined as blocks that contain one or more initial invalid bits whose reliability is
not guaranteed by Eon. Information regarding the initial invalid block(s) is so called as the initial invalid
block information. Devices with initial invalid block(s) have the same quality level as devices with all
valid blocks and have the same AC and DC characteristics. An initial invalid block(s) does not affect the
performance of valid block(s) because it is isolated from the bit line and the common source line by a
select transistor. The system design must be able to mask out the initial invalid block(s) via address
mapping.
The 1st block, which is placed on 00h block address, is guaranteed to be a valid block up to 1K
program/erase cycles with 1 bit/528 bytes ECC.
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Identifying Initial Invalid Block(s)
All device locations are erased (FFh) except locations where the initial invalid block(s) information is
written prior to shipping. The initial invalid block(s) status is defined by the 1st byte in the spare area.
Eon makes sure that either the 1st or 2nd page of every initial invalid block has non-FFh data at the 1st
byte column address in the spare area. Since the initial invalid block information is also erasable in most
cases, it is impossible to recover the information once it has been erased. Therefore, the system must
be able to recognize the initial invalid block(s) based on the initial invalid block information and create
the initial invalid block table via the following suggested flow chart. Any intentional erasure of the initial
invalid block information is prohibited.
Error in write or read operation
Within its life time, the additional invalid blocks may develop with NAND Flash memory. Refer to the
qualification report for the block failure rate. The following possible failure modes should be considered
to implement a highly reliable system. In the case of status read failure after erase or program, block
replacement should be done. Because program status fail during a page program does not affect the
data of the other pages in the same block, block replacement can be executed with a page-sized buffer
by finding an erased empty block and reprogramming the current target data and copying the rest of the
replaced block. In case of Read, ECC must be employed. To improve the efficiency of memory space, it
is recommended that the read failure due to single bit error should be reclaimed by ECC without any
block replacement. The block failure rate in the qualification report does not include those reclaimed
blocks.
Failure
Write
Read
Detection and Countermeasure sequence
Erase Failure
Status Read after Erase
Program Failure
Status Read after Program
Single Bit Failure
Verify ECC
Block Replacement
Block Replacement
ECC Correction
ECC:
1. Error Correcting Code --> Hamming Code etc.
2. Example) 1bit correction & 2bits detection
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Program Flow Chart
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Erase Flow Chart
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Read Flow Chart
START
CMD 00h
Write Address
CMD 30h
Read Data
Reclaim the
Error
No
Verify ECC
Yes
Page Read
Completed
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Block Replacement
Addressing for program operation
Within a block, the pages must be programmed consecutively from the LSB (Least Significant Bit) page
of the block to MSB (Most Significant Bit) pages of the block. Random page address programming is
prohibited.
Page 63
(64)
(64)
Page 63
:
Page 31
:
(32)
(1)
Page 31
:
:
Page 2
(3)
Page 2
(3)
Page 1
(2)
Page 1
(32)
Page 0
(1)
Page 0
(2)
Data register
Data register
From the LSB page to MSB page
Ex.) Random page program (Prohibition)
DATA IN: Data (1)
DATA IN: Data (1)
Data (64)
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Data (64)
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System Interface Using CE# don’t-care
For an easier system interface, CE# may be inactive during the data-loading or sequential data-reading
as shown below. The internal 2,112 bytes page registers are utilized as separate buffers for this
operation and the system design gets more flexible. In addition, for voice or audio applications which
use slow cycle time on the order of u-seconds, de-activating CE# during the data-loading and reading
would provide significant savings in power consumption. Below are the figures of Program Operation
and Read Operation with CE# don’t-care respectively.
Address Information
I/O
I/Ox
I/O0~7
DATA
Data In / Out
~ 2112 bytes
Col. Add1
A0 ~ A7
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ADDRESS
Col. Add2
Row Add1
A8 ~ A11
A12 ~ A19
Row Add2
A20 ~ A27
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Command Latch Cycle
Address Latch Cycle
Input Data Latch Cycle
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Serial access Cycle after Read (CLE = L, ALE = L, WE# = H)
Note:
1. Transition is measured at ±200mV from steady state voltage with load.
2. This parameter is sampled and not 100% tested.
3. tRLOH is valid when frequency is higher than 33MHz.
4. tRHOH starts to be valid when frequency is lower than 33MHz.
Status Read Cycle
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Read Operation
Read Operation (Intercepted by CE#)
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Random Data Output In a Page
Page Program Operation
Note: tADL is the time from WE# rising edge of final address cycle to the WE# rising edge of first data
cycle.
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Page Program Operation with Random Data Input
Note: tADL is the time from WE# rising edge of final address cycle to the WE# rising edge of first data
cycle.
Copy-Back Program Operation with Random Data Input
Note: tADL is the time from WE# rising edge of final address cycle to the WE# rising edge of first data cycle.
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Cache Program Operation (available only within a block)
Block Erase Operation (Erase One Block)
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Read ID Operation
ID Definition Table
ID Access command = 90h
Maker Code
92h
Device Code
F1h
3rd Cycle
80h
4th Cycle
95h
5th Cycle
40h
Description
st
1 Byte
2nd Byte
3rd Byte
4th Byte
5th Byte
Maker Code
Device Code
Internal Chip Number, Cell Type, Number of Simultaneously
Programmed Pages, Etc.
Page Size, Block Size, Redundant Area Size, Organization,
Serial Access Minimum
Plane Number, Plane Size
3rd ID Data
Internal Chip Number
Cell Type
Number of
Simultaneously
Programmed Page
Interleave Program
Between multiple
chips
Cache Program
Description
1
2
4
8
2 Level Cell
4 Level Cell
8 Level Cell
16 Level Cell
1
2
4
8
Not Support
I/O7
I/O6
I/O4
0
0
1
1
I/O3
I/O2
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
I/O1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
Support
Not Support
Support
I/O5
1
0
1
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I/O0
0
1
0
1
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4th ID Data
Page Size
(w/o redundant area)
Block Size
(w/o redundant area)
Redundant Area Size
(byte/512byte)
Organization
Serial Access
Minimum
Descriptio
n
1KB
2KB
4KB
8KB
64KB
128KB
256KB
512KB
8
16
x8
x16
50ns / 30ns
25ns
Reserved
Reserved
I/O7
I/O6
I/O5
I/O4
0
0
1
1
I/O3
I/O2
I/O1
I/O0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
I/O1
I/O0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
5th ID Data
Plane Number
Plane Size
(w/o redundant area)
Reserved
Descriptio
n
1
2
4
8
64Mb
128Mb
256Mb
512Mb
1Gb
2Gb
4Gb
8Gb
50ns / 30ns
I/O7
I/O6
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
I/O5
I/O4
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
I/O2
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
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DEVICE OPERATION
Page Read
Page read is initiated by writing 00h-30h to the command register along with four address cycles. After
initial power up, 00h command is latched. Therefore only four address cycles and 30h command
initiates that operation after initial power up. The 2,112 bytes of data within the selected page are
transferred to the data registers in less than tR. The system controller can detect the completion of this
data transfer (tR) by analyzing the output of R/B# pin. Once the data in a page is loaded into the data
registers, they may be read out in 25ns cycle time by sequentially pulsing RE#. The repetitive high to
low transitions of the RE# clock make the device output the data starting from the selected column
address up to the last column address.
The device may output random data in a page instead of the consecutive sequential data by writing
random data output command. The column address of next data, which is going to be out, may be
changed to the address which follows random data output command.
Random data output can be operated multiple times regardless of how many times it is done in a page.
Read Operation
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Page Program
The device is programmed basically on a page basis, but it does allow multiple partial page
programming of a word or consecutive bytes up to 2,112, in a single page program cycle. The number
of consecutive partial page programming operation within the same page without an intervening erase
operation must not exceed 4 times for a single page. The addressing should be done in sequential order
in a block. A page program cycle consists of a serial data loading period in which up to 2,112 bytes of
data may be loaded into the data register, followed by a non-volatile programming period where the
loaded data is programmed into the appropriate cell.
The serial data loading period begins by inputting the Serial Data Input command (80h), followed by the
four cycle address inputs and then serial data loading. The words other than those to be programmed
do not need to be loaded. The device supports random data input in a page. The column address for the
next data, which will be entered, may be changed to the address which follows random data input
command (85h). Random data input may be operated multiple times regardless of how many times it is
done in a page.
The Page Program confirm command (10h) initiates the programming process. Writing 10h alone
without previously entering the serial data will not initiate the programming process. The internal write
state controller automatically executes the algorithms and timings necessary for program and verify,
thereby freeing the system controller for other tasks. Once the program process starts, the Read Status
Register command may be entered, with RE# and CE# low, to read the status register. The system
controller can detect the completion of a program cycle by monitoring the R/B# output, or the Status bit
(I/O6) of the Status Register. Only the Read Status command and Reset command are valid while
programming is in progress. When the Page Program is complete, the Write Status Bit
(I/O0) may be checked. The internal write verify detects only errors for "1"s that are not successfully
programmed to "0"s. The command register remains in Read Status command mode until another valid
command is written to the command register.
Program & Read Status Operation
Random Data Input In a page
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Cache Program
Cache Program is an extension of Page Program, which is executed with 2,112 byte data registers, and
is available only within a block. Since the device has 1 page of cache memory, serial data input may be
executed while data stored in data register are programmed into memory cell.
After writing the first set of data up to 2,112 bytes into the selected cache registers, Cache Program
command (15h) instead of actual Page Program (10h) is inputted to make cache registers free and to
start internal program operation. To transfer data from cache registers to data registers, the device
remains in Busy state for a short period of time (tCBSY) and has its cache registers ready for the next
data-input while the internal programming gets started with the data loaded into data registers. Read
Status command (70h) may be issued to find out when cache registers become ready by polling the
Cache-Busy status bit (I/O6). Pass/fail status of only the previous page is available upon the return to
Ready state. When the next set of data is inputted with the Cache Program command, tCBSY is affected
by the progress of pending internal programming. The programming of the cache registers is initiated
only when the pending program cycle is finished and the data registers are available for the transfer of
data from cache registers. The status bit (I/O5) for internal Ready/Busy may be polled to identity the
completion of internal programming. If the system monitors the progress of programming only with R/B#,
the last page of the target programming sequence must be programmed with actual Page Program
command (10h).
Cache Program (available only within a block)
Note:
1. Since programming the last page does not employ caching, the program time has to be that of Page
Program. However, if the previous program cycle with the cache data has not finished, the actual
program cycle of the last page is initiated only after completion of the previous cycle, which can be
expressed as the following formula.
2. tPROG = Program time for the last page + Program time for the (last-1)th page – (Program command
cycle time + Last page data loading time)
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Copy-Back Program
Copy-Back program with Read for Copy-Back is configured to quickly and efficiently rewrite data store in
one page. The benefit is especially obvious when a portion of a block is updated and the rest of the
block also needs to be copied to the newly assigned free block. Copy-Back operation is a sequential
execution of Read for Copy-Back and of copy-back program with the destination page address. A read
operation with “35h” command and the address of the source page moves the whole 2,112-byte data
into the internal data buffer. A bit error is checked by sequential reading the data output. In the case
where there is no bit error, the data do not need to be reloaded. Therefore Copy-Back program
operation is initiated by issuing Page-Copy Data-Input command (85h) with destination page address.
Actual programming operation begins after Program Confirm command (10h) is issued. Once the
program process starts, the Read Status Register command (70h) may be entered to read the status
register. The system controller can detect the completion of a program cycle by monitoring the R/ B
output, or the Status bit (I/O6) of the Status Register. When the Copy-Back Program is completed, the
Write Status Bit (I/O0) may be checked. The command register remains in Read Status command mode
until another valid command is written to the command register.
During coy-back program, data modification is possible using random data input command (85h).
Page Copy-Back Program Operation
Note:
1. This operation is allowed only within the same memory plane.
2. It’s prohibited to operate Copy-Back program from an odd address page (source page) to an even
address (target page) or from an even address page (source page) to an odd address page (target
page). Therefore, the Copy-Back program is permitted just between odd address pages or even
address pages.
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Page Copy-Back Program Operation with Random Data Input
Block Erase
The Erase operation is done on a block basis. Block address loading is accomplished in two cycles
initiated by an Erase Setup command (60h). Only address A18 to A27 is valid while A12 to A17 is
ignored. The Erase Confirm command (D0h) following the block address loading initiates the internal
erasing process. This two-step sequence of setup followed by execution command ensures that
memory contents are not accidentally erased due to external noise conditions.
At the rising edge of WE# after the erase confirm command input, the internal write controller handles
erase and erase-verify. When the erase operation is completed, the Write Status Bit (I/O0) may be
checked.
Block Erase Operation
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Read Status
The device contains a Status Register which may be read to find out whether program or erase
operation is completed, and whether the program or erase operation is completed successfully. After
writing 70h command to the command register, a read cycle outputs the content of the Status Register
to the I/O pins on the falling edge of CE# or RE#, whichever occurs last. This two line control allows the
system to poll the progress of each device in multiple memory connections even when R/B# pins are
common-wired. RE# or CE# does not need to be toggled for updated status. Refer to below table for
specific Status Register definitions. The command register remains in Status Read mode until further
commands are issued to it. Therefore, if the status register is read during a random read cycle, the read
command (00h) should be given before starting read cycles.
Status Register Definition for 70h Command
I/O
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
Page
Pass / Fail
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Block
Pass / Fail
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
I/O5
Ready / Busy
Ready / Busy
I/O6
Ready / Busy
Ready / Busy
Cache
Pass / Fail(N)
Pass / Fail(N-1)
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
True
Ready / Busy
Ready / Busy
I/O7
Write Protect
Write Protect
Write Protect
Read
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Not Use
Definition
Pass: ”0” Fail: ”1”
Pass: ”0” Fail: ”1”
Don’t cared
Don’t cared
Don’t cared
Ready / Busy
Busy: ”0”
Ready / Busy
Busy: ”0”
Ready: ”1”
Protected: ”0”
Not Protected: ”1”
Write Protect
Ready: ”1”
Note:
1. True Ready/Busy represents internal program operation status which is being executed in cache
program mode.
2. I/Os defined ’Not Use’ are recommended to be masked out when Read Status is being executed.
Read ID
The device contains a product identification mode, initiated by writing 90h to the command register,
followed by an address input of 00h. Four read cycles sequentially output the manufacturer code (92h),
and the device code and 3rd, 4th and 5th cycle ID respectively. The command register remains in Read
ID mode until further commands are issued to it.
Read ID Operation
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ID Definition Table
ID Access command = 90h
Maker Code
Device Code
3rd Cycle
4th Cycle
5th Cycle
92h
F1h
80h
95h
40h
Description
st
1 Byte
2nd Byte
3rd Byte
4th Byte
5th Byte
Maker Code
Device Code
Internal Chip Number, Cell Type, Number of Simultaneously
Programmed Pages, Etc.
Page Size, Block Size, Redundant Area Size, Organization,
Serial Access Minimum
Plane Number, Plane Size
RESET
The device offers a reset feature, executed by writing FFh to the command register. When the device is
in busy state during random read, program or erase mode, the reset operation will abort these
operations. The contents of memory cells being altered are no longer valid, as the data will be partially
programmed or erased. The command register is cleared to wait for the next command, and the Status
Register is cleared to value C0h when WP# is high. If the device is already in reset state a new reset
command will be accepted by the command register. The R/B# pin changes to low for tRST after the
Reset command is written. Refer to Figure below.
Device Status
Operation mode
After Power-up
00h Command is latched
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After Reset
Waiting for next command
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READY/BUSY#
The device has an R/B# output that provides a hardware method of indicating the completion of a page
program, erase and random read completion. The R/B# pin is normally high but transitions to low after
program or erase command is written to the command register or random read is started after address
loading. It returns to high when the internal controller has finished the operation. The pin is an opendrain driver thereby allowing two or more R/B# outputs to be Or-tied.
RP vs tRHOH vs CL
RP value guidance
where IL is the sum of the input currents of all devices tied to the R/ B# pin.
RP (max) is determined by maximum permissible limit of tr
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Data Protection & Power-up sequence
The device is designed to offer protection from any involuntary program/erase during power-transitions.
An internal voltage detector disables all functions whenever VCC is below about 2V. WP# pin provides
hardware protection and is recommended to be kept at VIL during power-up and power-down. A
recovery time of minimum 100us is required before internal circuit gets ready for any command
sequences as below. The two step command sequence for program/erase provides additional software
protection.
AC Waveforms for Power Transition
Note: During the initialization, the device consumes a maximum current of ICC1.
WP# AC Timing guide
Enable WP# during erase and program busy is prohibited. The erase and program operations are
enabled and disable as follows.
Program enable mode:
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Program disable mode:
Erase enable mode:
Erase disable mode:
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PACKAGE DIMENSION
48L TSOP 12mm x 20mm package outline
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63L 9x11x1.0mm BGA, pitch: 0.8mm, ball: 0.45mm
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Revisions List
Revision No
Description
Date
A
Initial Release
1. Add I = Industrial (-40 to +85 ) grade temperature option.
2. Add CE = 63L 9x11x1.0mm BGA, pitch: 0.8mm, ball: 0.45mm
package option.
2011/11/30
B
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