1.1. Supported Devices 1.2. Features 1.3. Operating Conditions 1.4. Pin Information 1.5. Device Package and Ordering Code 1.6. Memory Array Organization 1.7. Memory Operations 1.8. Status Register 1.9. Summary of Operation Codes 1.10. Power Mode 1.11. Timing Information 1.12. Programming and Configuration File Support 1.13. Appendix: SFDP Register Definitions 1.14. Document Revision History for the EPCQ-A Serial Configuration Device Datasheet
1.9.1. Read Bytes Operation (03h) 1.9.2. Fast Read Operation (0Bh) 1.9.3. Extended Dual Input Fast Read Operation (BBh) 1.9.4. Extended Quad Input Fast Read Operation (EBh) 1.9.5. Read Device Identification Operation (9Fh) 1.9.6. Read Silicon Identification Operation (ABh) 1.9.7. Write Enable Operation (06h) 1.9.8. Write Disable Operation (04h) 1.9.9. Write Bytes Operation (02h) 1.9.10. Quad Input Fast Write Bytes Operation (32h) 1.9.11. Erase Bulk Operation (C7h) 1.9.12. Erase Sector Operation (D8h) 1.9.13. Erase Subsector Operation (20h) 1.9.14. Read SFDP Register Operation (5Ah)
1.8. Status Register
|5||R/W||0||TB (Top/Bottom Bit)||
||Determine that the protected area starts from the top or bottom of the memory array.|
|4||R/W||0||BP2 6||Table 17 through Table 21 list the protected area with reference to the block protect bits.||Determine the area of the memory protected from being written or erased unintentionally.|
|1||R||0||WEL (Write Enable Latch Bit)||
||Allows or rejects certain operation to run.|
|0||R||0||WIP (Write in Progress Bit)||
||Indicates if there is a command in progress.|
5 Do not program these bits to 1.
6 The erase bulk and erase die operation is only available when all the block protect bits are set to 0. When any of the block protect bits are set to 1, the relevant area is protected from being written by a write bytes operation or erased by an erase sector operation.
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