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Lukasz K. Aug 22, 2014 at 07:31 AM (07:31 hours)
Staff: Takao Y.

  • Does PROGPPCNEXUS supports SPC5602DF1MLH4R?
    Its MPC56xx Family , 32bit, (64LQFP, 256KB Flash,16KB RAM, 125 °C, 48MHz)
    In programming algorythms i can see :

    Freescale MPC5602D 1x32x16k Freescale_MPC5602D_1x32x16k_DFlash.pcp 1.11 02/04/2014 desc=DFlash

    Freescale MPC5602D 1x32x64k Freescale_MPC5602D_1x32x64k_CFlash.pcp 1.11 02/04/2014 desc=CFlash

    Freescale MPC5602D 1x32x4k Freescale_MPC5602D_1x32x4k_Shadow.pcp 1.08* 03/11/2014 desc=Shadow

    But no 256kB (64kB dataflash)version. I want to program with Universal FX. Any help appreciated.


  • Greetings,

    If you check the datasheet for your chip, you will find that the difference between MPC and SPC is the qualification status. 'M' stands for MC Status. 'S' stands for Auto qualified.

    Concerning which algorithm to use, you can use the MPC5602D algorithms. You are looking for the CFLASH and DFLASH algorithms.

    1x32x64k is equal to 256kB:
    1x32x64000 = 2048000

    8 bits in a byte so:
    2048000/8 = 256000 bytes, or 256kB.

    The 1x32 mentioned in the algorithm indicates there is one flash part, 32 bit width in each line, and there is 64k lines.

    Takao Yamada

    • Thank You for your answer. I did not understood 1x32x64 correctly.

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