MPC5777C Flash timing analysis

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MPC5777C Flash timing analysis

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Contributor II

Hi,

 

I have written1MB of data to internal flash (C55FMC). My requirement is, while writing, an LED on the board should be SOLID ON. I went through the electrical characteristics of programming to internal flash and the data says, it takes 4000ms to program 256KB of data. Ideally, 1MB should take 16 seconds.

But in my case, I see that 1MB of data is flashed not in less than 4-5 seconds (LED is solid ON for 4-5 seconds). My theoretical and practical timing values are not close. Is this huge difference/behavior expected?

Please help me understand.

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Hi,

4000ms is "Lifetime Max" parameter. It is real and guaranteed maximum.

For normal operation, you should consider rather these values:

lukaszadrapa_0-1601563007623.png

And as mentioned in the footnotes, the spec does not include SW overhead and quad-page programming is expected. So, 4-5s sounds as a reasonable time.

Regards,

Lukas

 

 

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NXP TechSupport

Hi,

4000ms is "Lifetime Max" parameter. It is real and guaranteed maximum.

For normal operation, you should consider rather these values:

lukaszadrapa_0-1601563007623.png

And as mentioned in the footnotes, the spec does not include SW overhead and quad-page programming is expected. So, 4-5s sounds as a reasonable time.

Regards,

Lukas

 

 

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Contributor II

Thanks Lukas. This helps

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