LPC43xx SPIFI flash for flashless part - most types in documentation are obsolete or EOL. Any compatibility list for new designs ?

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LPC43xx SPIFI flash for flashless part - most types in documentation are obsolete or EOL. Any compatibility list for new designs ?

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jaroslawkarwik
Contributor I

What are recommended SPIFI boot flashes ? Most of the ones from original documentation are obsolete or EOL.

I have to change my S25FL064P ( EOL) to new type. I wanted to take S25FL064L which close, but not exactly identical.

It will not be on ROM known types ( different id), so the boot will be slower ( 18MHz instead of 32MHz), 

Besides there are no compatible packages - most new ones are BGA, soics are hard to get. So there will be no backup option in case of failure.

Maybe somebody ( especially from NXP) has a "known-working" list of the newest generations of NOR flashes  ?

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jeremyzhou
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Jaroslaw Karwik,

Thank you for your interest in NXP Semiconductor products and 
the opportunity to serve you.
Please check the updated devices that support boot from.

Have a great day,
TIC

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jaroslawkarwik
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Look for example on Spansion ( my current selection):

SpansionS25FL032P, S25FL064P, S25FL128S, S25FL256S, S25FL256S, S25FL129P, S25FL004K, S25FL008K
S25FL016K, S25FL032K, S25FL064K, S25FL116K, S25FL132K, S25FL164K,S25FL127S

All   ***P and ***K    are obsolete/last buy/EOL ( old 90nm technology) . Only ***S  are recommended for new design.

The smallest ***S is 128MBit - well, I do not need that much and it costs.

MicronM25PX80, M25PX16, M25PX32, M25PX64, M25P10, M25P16, M25P32, M25P64, M25P80

Its even worse with Micron - seems that all M25P* are obsolete.

So that is why I asked. In worst case I will be forced to take S25FL128S - unless I find something better.

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