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MAX16071 Datasheet(数据表) 36 Page - Maxim Integrated Products

部件型号  MAX16071
说明  12-Channel/8-Channel, Flash-Configurable System Monitors with Nonvolatile Fault Registers
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12-Channel/8-Channel, Flash-Configurable System
Managers with Nonvolatile Fault Registers
36 _____________________________________________________________________________________
Block Write
The block write protocol (see Figure 11) allows the mas-
ter device to write a block of data (1 byte to 16 bytes) to
memory. Preload the destination address by a previous
send byte command; otherwise the block write com-
mand begins to write at the current address pointer.
After the last byte is written, the address pointer remains
preset to the next valid address. If the number of bytes
to be written causes the address pointer to exceed 8Fh
for configuration registers or configuration flash or FFh
for user flash, the address pointer stays at 8Fh or FFh,
respectively, overwriting this memory address with the
remaining bytes of data. The slave generates a NACK at
step 5 if the command code is invalid or if the device is
busy, and the address pointer is not altered.
The block write procedure is the following:
1) The master sends a START condition.
2) The master sends the 7-bit slave address and a
write bit (low).
3) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
4) The master sends the 8-bit command code for block
write (A5h).
5) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
6) The master sends the 8-bit byte count (1 byte to 16
bytes), n.
7) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
8) The master sends 8 bits of data.
9) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
10) Repeat steps 8 and 9 n - 1 times.
11) The
master
sends
a
STOP
condition.
When PEC is enabled, the Block Write protocol
becomes:
1) The master sends a START condition.
2) The master sends the 7-bit slave ID plus a write
bit (low).
3) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on the data line.
4) The master sends 8 bits of the block write com-
mand code.
5) The slave asserts an ACK on the data line.
6) The master sends an 8-bit byte count (min 1, max
16), n.
7) The slave asserts an ACK on the data line.
8) The master sends 8 bits of data.
9) The slave asserts an ACK on the data line.
10) Repeat 8 and 9 n - 1 times.
11) The master sends an 8-bit PEC byte.
12) The slave asserts an ACK on the data line (if PEC is
good, otherwise NACK).
13) The master generates a STOP condition.
Block Read
The block read protocol (see Figure 11) allows the
master device to read a block of up to 16 bytes from
memory. Read fewer than 16 bytes of data by issuing
an early STOP condition from the master, or by generat-
ing a NACK with the master. The destination address
should be preloaded by a previous send byte command;
otherwise the block read command begins to read at
the current address pointer. If the number of bytes to
be read causes the address pointer to exceed 8Fh for
the configuration register or configuration flash or FFh
in user flash, the address pointer stays at 8Fh or FFh,
respectively. The block read procedure is the following:
1) The master sends a START condition.
2) The master sends the 7-bit slave address and a write
bit (low).
3) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
4) The master sends 8 bits of the block read com-
mand (A6h).
5) The slave asserts an ACK on SDA, unless busy.
6) The master generates a REPEATED START condition.
7) The master sends the 7-bit slave address and a read
bit (high).
8) The slave asserts an ACK on SDA.
9) The slave sends the 8-bit byte count (16).
10) The master asserts an ACK on SDA.
11) The slave sends 8 bits of data.
12) The master asserts an ACK on SDA.
13) Repeat steps 11 and 12 up to fifteen times.
14) The master asserts a NACK on SDA.
15) The master sends a STOP condition.When PEC is
enabled, the Block Read protocol becomes:
1) The master sends a START condition.
2) The master sends the 7-bit slave ID plus a write
bit (low).
3) The addressed slave asserts an ACK on the data line.




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