16 Jan 2009 Ranges. Packages. 23K256. 2.7-3.6V. 32 Byte. I. P, SN, ST. 23A256. 1.7-1.95V. 32 Byte .. receives instructions, addresses and data. Data is.
1 May 2012
25 Jan 2014 The 23K256 isn’t as common in Arduino designs because of one major flaw; it’s a 3v3 part. This would mean adding a level converter to the
1 Mar 2013 As discussed in this post, when interfacing 3.3V devices with a 5V Arduino, the logic level needs to be shifted. Most 3.3V devices will be
Put your data on a 23k256! If speed is your thing, this one is for you! This is FAST. According to Microchip’s datasheet, data can be clocked in at 20mhz.The 23K256 runs at 3.3V so remember to power it from the 3.3V line of your Arduino (or voltage divide the 5V rail) and voltage divide the transmit lines from the Arduino (i.e. MOSI, Clock, and Chip Select).
6 Apr 2012
Interface an SRAM Bus to Your Arduino: Microcontrollers like the PIC and Arduino are great, but sometimes you need to store a large array of data and the
23 Feb 2013 However, it occurred to me that I could use a Microchip 23K256 32KB SRAM SPI memory chip and not need to revert to an Arduino Mega or
The Microchip Technology Inc. 23k256 is a 256 Kbit Serial SRAM device. 23k256 Datasheet · Using the 23K256 to add memory to Arduino. Related Products