Serial Output (SO)
SO is a push/pull serial data output pin. During a read
cycle, data is shifted out on this pin. Data is clocked out
by the falling edge of the serial clock.
Serial Input (SI)
SI is a serial data input pin. All opcodes, byte addresses,
and data to be written to the memory are input on this
pin. Data is latched by the rising edge of the serial clock.
Serial Clock (SCK)
The Serial Clock controls the serial bus timing for data
input and output. Opcodes, addresses, or data present
on the SI pin are latched on the rising edge of the clock
input, while data on the SO pin change after the falling
edge of the clock input.
Chip Select (CS)
When CS is HIGH, the X25057 is deselected and the SO
output pin is at high impedance and unless an internal
write operation is underway, the X25057 will be in the
standby power mode. CS LOW enables the X25057,
placing it in the active power mode. It should be noted
that after power-up, a HIGH to LOW transition on CS is
required prior to the start of any operation.
Write Protect (WP)
When WP is LOW, nonvolatile writes to the X25057 are
disabled, but the part otherwise functions normally. When
WP is held HIGH, all functions, including nonvolatile
writes operate normally. WP going LOW while CS is still
LOW will interrupt a write to the X25057. If the internal
write cycle has already been initiated, WP going low will
have no affect on this write.
Chip Select Input
Serial Clock Input
Write Protect Input
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8 Lead SOIC/PDIP
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8 Lead MSOP
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PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
The X25057 is a 512 x 8 E2PROM designed to interface
directly with the synchronous Serial Peripheral Interface
(SPI) of many popular microcontroller families.
The X25057 contains an 8-bit instruction register. It is
accessed via the SI input, with data being clocked in on
the rising edge of SCK. CS must be LOW and the WP
input must be HIGH during the entire operation. Table 1
contains a list of the instructions and their opcodes. All
instructions, addresses and data are transferred MSB ﬁrst.
Data input is sampled on the ﬁrst rising edge of SCK
after CS goes LOW. SCK is static, allowing the user to
stop the clock and then start it again to resume opera-
tions where left off.