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USB EZ-PD Type-C

Anonymous
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Hi everyone, 

   

 

   

I am a software engineer working on sw/hw project. I wish to use USB -C communication in my project. I am using a FT232 USB 2.0 USB to UART converter with a microcontroller to communicate with Android USB- C device. I wanted to know if

   

1) I can provide power to android device if I use CCG-1. 

   

2) CCG1 software provides several profiles like monitor laptop power cables etc. which one I should modify and how? 

   

3) Do I need all client configuration Host configuration and connector configuration setup.  ?

   

 

   

Thank you,

   

Nikhil Patil

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ShifangZ_26
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Hi Nikhil,

1) I can provide power to android device if I use CCG-1.

>> Yes, you can provide power to Type-C device if you use CCGx. So far, for more easy to use, CCG2/3/4/5 is suitable for you.

2) CCG1 software provides several profiles like monitor laptop power cables etc. which one I should modify and how?

>> Notebook application or Power Adapter application is Okay for you.

3) Do I need all client configuration Host configuration and connector configuration setup.  ?

>> You need to know the client's sink PDO at least.

Best Regards,

Lisa

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ShifangZ_26
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Hi Nikhil,

1) I can provide power to android device if I use CCG-1.

>> Yes, you can provide power to Type-C device if you use CCGx. So far, for more easy to use, CCG2/3/4/5 is suitable for you.

2) CCG1 software provides several profiles like monitor laptop power cables etc. which one I should modify and how?

>> Notebook application or Power Adapter application is Okay for you.

3) Do I need all client configuration Host configuration and connector configuration setup.  ?

>> You need to know the client's sink PDO at least.

Best Regards,

Lisa

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