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MSPM0G3107: EEPROM emulation / Cycling Capability

Part Number: MSPM0G3107


I was reading the application note of the EEPROM Emulation Type A, specifically the cycling capability calculations. The EEL is using the lower 32KB of data flash memory, which is capable of up to 100 k program/erase cycles. but the equivalent endurance calculations are done with the upper flash endurance capability (10k-cycles).

Is there a reason for the usage of that value ? Which value should be taken when estimating the eq. endurance ? 

Thank you and kind regards