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stm32F205: 96 unique ID: use only 32

Question asked by marin on Sep 27, 2012
Latest reply on Sep 27, 2012 by Clive One
Does anybody know if the 96bit unique-ID has different fields?
There's no much info about this unique ID (in the reference manual it is said that it has 96bits but after that, when the register is shown only the first 64 bits appear...).

I need a 48 bits long unique ID (in order to send it on a CAN message). Can I assume that if I use the last 48 bits of the unique ID I will get unique numbers?
(I know that other vendors use unique IDs with the next format: vendor-ID(32bits)+product-code(32bits)+revison_number(32bits)+serial_number(32bits). Can I expect something like this or it is to expect so much??