Hi, Eric and team.
I’m excited about your product - WIZ550WEB. However, I have some questions for further decision on usage in my application.
I found the following explanation in one of your comments:
“Other digital I/O’s status (‘Digital I/Os’ on the webpage) is stored when every changes occurred.”
Is it possible to disable storage of digital I/O status anyhow (in Firmware)? I want to restart always at a defined state after reset or power-up, independantly on the settings done before.
Background of question:
I want to apply the WIZ550web in an automated test environment with a lot of digital output state changes. Every setting will degrade life time of flash or eeprom cell, if every state changed is stored in it. Disabling eeprom/flash storage increases lifetime.
If disabling state storage is not possible, what is maximum write cycle numbers of flash/eeprom cells?
If flash/eeprom cell reaches maximum life time/write cycles and is seen as defect, what will/might happen? The system does not work anymore at all? Only data retention is not garanteed anymore and the system will work without getting last stored state at reset/power up.
Thanks in advance for answering.