Approximating NAND average power consumption for a system is a useful exercise to help determine NAND device power consumption’s role in a system’s power budget and how to potential optimize that budget for NAND operations. This tool provides an estimate of NAND current/power consumption per host channel and system NAND power consumption for a NAND Read-Program-Erase-Idle-Standby workload.
The audience for this calculator is a user looking to approximate NAND power consumption who understands the NAND devices used, type of NAND operations used, and their respective current (Icc) specifications. The user of this calculator is expected to know the physical and operational characteristics of the system such as (but not limited to) NAND host data input/output interface speed, system parallel use of the NAND LUNs/die, voltage supply levels to the NAND, NAND Read-Program-Erase-Idle-Standby workloads, capacitance of board traces - controller DQ bus - and other physical system elements.
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