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Serial Flash Memory - GD25Q40CTIGR (4Mb, 120MHz)

The GD25Q40C (4M-bit) Serial flash supports the standard Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), and supports the Dual/Quad SPI: Serial Clock, Chip Select, Serial Data I/O0 (SI), I/O1 (SO), I/O2 (WP#), and I/O3 (HOLD#). The Dual I/O data is transferred with speed of 240Mbits/s and the Quad I/O & Quad output data is transferred with speed of 480Mbits/s.

  • 4M-bit Serial Flash
    • 512K-byte
    • 256 bytes per programmable page
  • Standard, Dual, Quad SPI
  • High Speed Clock Frequency
    • 120MHz for fast read with 30PF load
    • Dual I/O Data transfer up to 240Mbits/s
    • Quad I/O Data transfer up to 480Mbits/s
  • Software/Hardware Write Protection
  • Minimum 100,000 Program/Erase Cycles
  • Data Retention
    • 20-year data retention typical
  • Single Power Supply Voltage
    • Full voltage range: 2.7~3.6V
  • Low Power Consumption
    • 1μA typical deep power down current
    • 1μA typical standby current

Serial Flash Memory - GD25Q40CTIGR (4Mb, 120MHz) Product Help and Resources

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