MX25L3206E IC programming?

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MX25L3206E 

 

how can I programmed this flash IC?

please recommend programmer.

 

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I suggest you contact Macronix on that.

They have made the chip, so they should be the best place to get a good answer and the right information right away.

 

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As  meslomp   says, the chip manufacturer is always the place to go for this kind of question!

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It looks like a regular 25xxx Flash memory chip.

 

I would just run a regular Arduino sketch on a 3.3V Arduino e.g. Zero, Due, Teensy3.x, ..., STM32

 

If not recognised,  you will have to read the datasheet and compare with popular Flash chips like Winbond W25Q32

 

David.

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Last Edited: Thu. Oct 31, 2019 - 04:02 PM
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Quite honestly,  you normally program a SMD Flash chip on the target pcb.

 

You could use an external programmer with a Clam-Shell ZIF adapter e.g. Ebay listing

 

It is not much doing anything without an Adapter.

If the SMD chip is already on your product pcb,  you only need to access SPI pins.   You have probably already got a 3x2 header if it is an AVR target.

 

David.

Last Edited: Thu. Oct 31, 2019 - 05:47 PM