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USB EZ-PD™ Type-C Forum Discussions

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Dear all,

First of, apologies if I've missed this as a FAQ, but haven't been able to find a similar query.

I'm looking into designing a multi-port rear seat charger with the CCG3PA. So far, I've not been able to find any design resources (such as datasheets and reference designs ...etc) on the Infineon website.

Am I missing something? is there a process to go through, in order to gain access?

Thanks in advance.

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    Thank you for posting on the Infineon Community. 

At Infineon, we do have reference designs for rear seat charger using CCG3PA ( CYPD3196 ). 

The different reference design kits and their comparison is as shown below, 



For the automotive sdk support and reference designs, please contact local sales / FAE. 

For latest designs it is recommended to use CCG7D Type C port controller with integrated buck boost controller. EZ-PD™ CCG7D is a highly integrated and programable dual-port USB Type-C Power Delivery (PD) solution with integrated Buck-Boost controllers. It complies to the latest USB Type-C and PD specifications, and is targeted for multi-port consumer charging applications. CCG7D supports a wide input voltage range (4V-24V with 40V tolerance) and programmable switching frequency (150 kHz-600 kHz) in an integrated PD solution. Integration offered by CCG7D not only reduces the BOM but also provides a footprint optimized solution to support higher power density designs. CCG7D supports advanced features such as dynamic load-sharing, signed field firmware upgrade, and optimized buck input voltage.

For datasheet, reference designs and demo boards, please contact Infineon local sales office / FAE. 


I hope the above explanation has helped you in knowing the different rear seat charger controllers from Infineon. 


Abhilash P