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USB EZ-PD Type-C

mrg
New Contributor

CY4500 EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer Utility feature request:

summary:  please add option to save GraphData in a comma delimited text file format.

Consider adding an option to log all samples of CC1, CC2, VBUS, AMP made during a recording to a "csv" format file.  I can see the current samples of CC1, CC2, VBUS, AMP are displayed in upper right corner while recording and are shown in a graph after the recording ends.   I would like to have the graphed values added to the exported "csv" log. Or perhaps a separate log file.

I want to analyze the all sampled CC1, CC2, VBUS, AMP values in addition to and along-side USB Packet Message events.

  1. Add Export option to save GraphData in .csv format.
  2. Show values of AMP in the USB Packet Message window.
  3. Add filter option to the USB Packet Message window to include/exclude data samples without a message event (in other words: an option to include/exclude the periodic samples of CC1, CC2, VBUS, AMP not interpreted as a message event).  

I am currently using CY4500 EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer Utility 3.1.0 Build 31. 

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PranavaYN
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Moderator

Hi,

Thank you for your suggestion regarding the features to be added to EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer Utility. The same is passed on to our Software team, they will consider it for the future revision.

Regarding .ccgx3 files, the note that says it can be opened in XML editors. This will be rectified in future releases. These files can only be opened using the Analyzer Utility.

Best regards,
Pranava

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mrg
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I noticed that using save (to .ccgx3) rather than export (to .csv) must contain the timestamped CC1, CC2, VBUS, AMP  values that I am looking for.  Has anyone figured out how to extract values from the ccgx3 file format?   The user guide incorrectly states that .ccgx3 files are XML.

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PranavaYN
Moderator
Moderator

Hi,

Thank you for your suggestion regarding the features to be added to EZ-PD Protocol Analyzer Utility. The same is passed on to our Software team, they will consider it for the future revision.

Regarding .ccgx3 files, the note that says it can be opened in XML editors. This will be rectified in future releases. These files can only be opened using the Analyzer Utility.

Best regards,
Pranava

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