According to bq3060 Technical Reference (SLUU319, February 2010) SBS:DataFlashSubClassPage command returns 32 bytes of data. But in our case (bq3060 V0.14 R0) SBS:DataFlashSubClassPage returns 33 bytes (first byte is size of the block, other 32 bytes - data).
Ok, reading from flash done. Now we need to write data to flash. What we must transmitt after SBS:DataFlashSubClassPage command: 32 bytes of data or 33 bytes with first byte size of the block?
The SMBus protocol always sends the size of the block before sending the block of data.
To write you will need to mirror the same data, first byte will be size of block followed by block of data. It is recommended to use PEC byte at the end during both read and write to ensure that there is no data corruption due to noise and other external factors. This will add 1 more byte at the end.
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