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UnHa_3846631
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Hi all,

I have a question about the FX3 type-c Receptacle design below.

First, I want to get 5V / 3A via a USB C-type cable (Host: PC)

I know that the current that can be supplied according to the CC line is decided in the USB C-type application.

If I connect CC1 / CC2 with 5.1k pull-down as shown in figure 2 without separate CC controller, I want to check if there is no problem in receiving 3A.

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With best regards

  

Ham

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YiZ_31
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Hi,

According to Type-C specification, Type-C port supports transmitting up to 5 V, 3 A of power through VBUS with out power delivery. So there won't be problems in receiving 3A current.

Regards,

Eddie.

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YiZ_31
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Hi,

According to Type-C specification, Type-C port supports transmitting up to 5 V, 3 A of power through VBUS with out power delivery. So there won't be problems in receiving 3A current.

Regards,

Eddie.

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