MC68HC708AS48 FREESCALE [Freescale Semiconductor, Inc], MC68HC708AS48 Datasheet - Page 73



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6.4.4 EEPROM Redundant Mode
6.4.5 EEPROM Configuration
Rev. 4.0
To extend the EEPROM data retention, the array can be placed in
redundant mode. In this mode, the first 128 bytes of user EEPROM array
are mapped to the last 128 bytes. Reading, programming and erasing of
the first 128 EEPROM bytes ($0800–$087F) will physically affect two
bytes of EEPROM. Addressing the last 128 bytes will not be recognized.
Block protection still applies but EEBP2 is meaningless.
Before entering redundant mode, program the EEPROM in
non-redundant mode.
The EEPROM non-volatile register (EENVR) contains configurations
concerning block protection and redundancy. EENVR is physically
located on the bottom of the EEPROM array. The contents are
non-volatile and are not modified by reset. On reset, this special register
loads the EEPROM configuration into a corresponding volatile EEPROM
array configuration register (EEACR). Thereafter, all reads to the
EENVR will reload EEACR.
The EEPROM configuration can be changed by programming/erasing
the EENVR like a normal EEPROM byte. The new array configuration
will take effect with a system reset or a read of the EENVR.
Electrically Erasable Programmable ROM (EEPROM)
Electrically Erasable Programmable ROM (EEPROM)
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