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AN217 - Migrating from FM24CL32 to FM24CL64B

Last Updated: 
Aug 26, 2015
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AN217 discusses the key differences that need to be considered when migrating from FM24CL32 to FM24CL64B.
FM24CL32 is now obsolete and this application note explains how FM24CL64B is a replacement for FM24CL32.

Introduction

FM24CL64B, a 64-Kbit I2C F-RAM™, is a replacement device for the FM24CL32, a 32-Kbit I2C F-RAM, which is now obsolete. The two devices are identical in terms of pinout, package composition and dimensions, Write Protection operation, and address pin functionality. This application note discusses the key differences between the two devices that need to be considered when migrating from FM24CL32 to FM24CL64B.

Dear valued customer,

Thank you for choosing our products. They come with all the know-how and passion that our engineers have put into it. As you probably already know, Cypress is now Infineon. This is a major step for our company, but also for the good of you. 

Reliability and business continuity are of utmost importance for us. Hence, we remain fully committed to honoring existing customer and distributor relationships. This includes offering the legacy Cypress product portfolio. We thank you very much for your trusting support.

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