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SLA24C08-D-3/P View Datasheet(PDF) - Siemens AG

Part NameDescriptionManufacturer
SLA24C08-D-3/P 8/16 Kbit (1024/2048 × 8 bit) Serial CMOS-EEPROM with I2C Synchronous 2-Wire Bus and Page Protection Mode™ Siemens
Siemens AG Siemens
SLA24C08-D-3/P Datasheet PDF : 27 Pages
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Device Addressing and EEPROM Addressing
After a START condition, the master always transmits a Command Byte CSW or CSR.
After the acknowledge of the EEPROM a Control Byte follows, its content and the
transmitter depend on the previous Command Byte. The description of the Command
and Control Bytes is shown in table 2.
Command Byte
Control Byte
Selects operation: the least significant bit b0 is low for a write
operation (Chip Select Write Command Byte CSW) or set high for a
read operation (Chip Select Read Command Byte CSR).
Contains address information: in the CSW Command Byte, the
bit positions b2 or b3 to b1 are decoded for the two or three
uppermost EEPROM address bits A9 or A10 to A8 (in the CSR
Command Byte, the bit positions b3 to b1 are left undefined).
Following CSW (b0 = 0): contains the eight lower bits of the
EEPROM address (EEA) bit A7 to A0, or an additional command
byte for the handling of the protection bit.
Following CSR (b0 = 1): contains the data read out, transmitted by
the EEPROM. The EEPROM data are read as long as the master
pulls down SDA after each byte in order to acknowledge the
transfer. The read operation is stopped by the master by releasing
SDA (no acknowledge is applied) followed by a STOP condition.
Table 2
Command and Control Byte for I2C-Bus Addressing of Chip and EEPROM
b7 b6 b5 b4 b3 b2 b1 b0
1 0 1 0 A10 A9 A8 0 Chip Select for Write
1 0 1 0 x x x 1 Chip Select for Read
A7 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 A1 A0 EEPROM address
The device has an internal address counter which points to the current EEPROM
The address counter is incremented
– after a data byte to be written has been acknowledged, during entry of further data
– during a byte read, thus the address counter points to the following address after
reading a data byte.
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