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USB EZ-PD Type-C

HoKa
New Contributor II

Hello Cypress-Team,

we are developing a system, which act as a DRP/DRD. Right now we take the CYPD3125-40LQXI. Due to availability issues, I was wondering what is the big difference to the CYPD3126-42FNXIT?

The main features of the device,  in terms of USB-C/PD:

- Unit act as a DEVICE: UFP/SINK

- Unit act as POERBANK: SOURCE (Data role is negelctable)

- Unit act as HOST for e.g. USB-Sticks: DFP/SOURCE

- Unit act as HOST, but loaded from peripheral unit: DFP/SINK

Are these settings possible?

BR Holger

 

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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

 

 The only difference between CYPD3125 and CYPD3126 is the package type. CYPD3125 comes in 40-QFN and CYPD3126 part comes in 42-CSP. Rest all the features are similar in the two mentioned part numbers. 

 "-Unit act as a DEVICE: UFP/SINK

 - Unit act as POERBANK: SOURCE (Data role is neglectable)

-Unit act as HOST for e.g. USB-Sticks: DFP/SOURCE

- Unit act as HOST, but loaded from peripheral unit: DFP/SINK"

    Yes, all these settings are possible using both the parts.

 

Regards,

Abhilash P

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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

 

 The only difference between CYPD3125 and CYPD3126 is the package type. CYPD3125 comes in 40-QFN and CYPD3126 part comes in 42-CSP. Rest all the features are similar in the two mentioned part numbers. 

 "-Unit act as a DEVICE: UFP/SINK

 - Unit act as POERBANK: SOURCE (Data role is neglectable)

-Unit act as HOST for e.g. USB-Sticks: DFP/SOURCE

- Unit act as HOST, but loaded from peripheral unit: DFP/SINK"

    Yes, all these settings are possible using both the parts.

 

Regards,

Abhilash P

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