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davidzhou
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Hi,

I have K60 tower:  MK60FN1M0VLQ12

I found very confusing that how much EEPROM available on the chip:

from the table Table 2-11. Orderable part numbers summary (Page 75):

MK60FN1M0VMD12 120 MHz 144 MAPBGA 1 MB 1 MB — 128 KB 100

it indicates that there is 0 byte EEPROM  on flash memory

But the SIM_FCFG1 register it reads: 0x0D000F00.  From the SIM_FCFG1 field descriptions :

EEPROM size

EEPROM data size .

0000 16 KB     -- it indicates there is 16 KB EEPROM

0001 8 KB

0010 4 KB

0011 2 KB

Table continues on the next page...

Memory Map and Registers

K60 Sub-Family Reference Manual, Rev. 3, November 2014

340 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.

SIM_FCFG1 field descriptions (continued)

Field Description

0100 1 KB

0101 512 Bytes

0110 256 Bytes

0111 128 Bytes

1000 64 Bytes

1001 32 Bytes

1010-1110 Reserved

1111 0 Bytes

Any data backup / eeprom on K60 : MK60FN1M0VLQ12 ?

Thank you,

David Zhou

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jeremyzhou
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Hi David,

First of all, MK60FN1M0VMD12 doesn't have the EEPROM.

As K60 series share the same set of registers, the MK60FN1M0VMD12 still has the DEPART bits, however it's meaningless.

Hope it helps.
Have a great day,
Ping

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davidzhou
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Also, if there is no FlexNVM, why the DEPART is 0xF from SIM_CFG1 register?

Data flash partition (DEPART)

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jeremyzhou
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Hi David,

First of all, MK60FN1M0VMD12 doesn't have the EEPROM.

As K60 series share the same set of registers, the MK60FN1M0VMD12 still has the DEPART bits, however it's meaningless.

Hope it helps.
Have a great day,
Ping

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