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USB EZ-PD Type-C

joa_4818671
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Could the CCG3PA support an application where it acts as a power bank that supports through charging.

 

The CCG3PA would handle the device side port (DRP), and a CCG2 would handle a second dedicated charge port. The CCG3PA port will not need to charge the battery.

The CCG3PA would have to manage the amount of charging current diverted to the power bank battery depending on the selected PDO from the connected device, and the maximum power available from the CCG2.

The ccg3pa would need to quarry the ccg2 for selected source PDO and manage a battery charger via I2C, possibly a gpio extender as well.

 

Do you think the CCG3PA could fill this capability?

 

I see the CCG3 could fit the bill, but because of the simple functionality and current supply chain issues the ccg3pa is attractive.

 

Cheers

Jonas

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ShifangZ_26
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Hello Jonas,

 

1. For Power only, CCG2 CYPD2122 could be used. Since CYPD2122 could be configured/customized as Dual Role Power. Meanwhile, CCG2 is support PD2.0 only. 

Please kindly notice that the capabilities of CCGx controller will need many firmware efforts on system design to achieve the goal, since CYPD2122 just have example code of notebook.  

The SDK of CCG2 supporting is: https://www.cypress.com/documentation/software-and-drivers/ez-pd-sdk-v302-ccg2-all-applications-ccg3... 

 

2) If you are using CYPD31xx and target as CCG3 device, the difference of part number is below:

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Please kindly notice that CYPD317x is not belongs to CCG3, it is belongs to CCG3PA. 

 

Best Regards,

Lisa

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