This short three-minute video will give you a high-level overview of EEPROM including what it is, why it sells, when to choose it and when not to choose it.
Need a MAC address but don’t want to buy in bulk? Or do you maybe need a generic unique ID? Microchip makes serialization easy with pre-programmed EEPROMs including IEEE EUI-48™ and EUI-64™ addresses and unique 32-bit and 128-bit Microchip-defined serial numbers.
Do you have a space-constrained application? Or are you looking to integrate EEPROM memory into your module? These tiny 4-ball Wafer Level Chip Scale Package (WLCSP) EEPROMs will fit on the tip of your pen. They are ideal for applications where tiny matters, including smartphones, high-frequency cable ends, cameras, handheld and medical devices. Advanced features like software write protection and configurable hardware addressing allow full I2C functionality while only requiring four physical connections.
Want to learn more about our innovative communication buses that use just one pin to interface with a microcontroller (MCU)? Discover how to reduce the number of pins needed for your design with our single-wire and UNI/O Bus EEPROMs.
We offer JEDEC-compliant Serial Presence Detect (SPD) EEPROMs for use in DRAM Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMM). These include software write protection features for the lower 128 bytes of the EEPROM that can be made permanent.
The Serial EEPROM PIM PICtail Modules are a series of boards designed around Microchip Serial EEPROM devices. The boards are designed to interface with the PICtail Plus connector as well as the MPLAB® Starter Kit for Serial Memory Products and the PICkit™ 4, allowing you to get started right out of the box.
Designers of Serial EEPROM applications can enjoy the increased productivity, reduced time to market and rock-solid design that only a well thought out development system can provide. Microchip's MPLAB Starter Kit for Serial Memory Products includes everything necessary to quickly develop a robust and reliable Serial EEPROM design, and greatly reduces the time required for system integration.
Microchip's Total Endurance Software Disk provides electronic systems designers with unprecedented visibility into Serial EEPROM-based applications. Now designers can describe their system to an advanced mathematical model (with a very friendly human interface) which will then predict the performance and reliability of the Serial EEPROM within that environment. Design trade-off analysis that formerly consumed days or weeks can now be accomplished in minutes with a level of accuracy that delivers a truly robust design.