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USB Superspeed Peripherals

New Contributor

Hi,

In new revision *W of document "CYUSB301X/CYUSB201X, EZ-USB® FX3: SuperSpeed USB Controller"

pin D11 or GPIO[60], which was an output is now labled as NC pin without any explanations.

I successfully used this pin as output earlier. Why is it NC now? Can I continue to use in with new revisions of fx3 chip silicon?

Regards

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Employee

Hi Vaagn,

It doesn't matter for you. You could continue to use it as GPIO.

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Employee

Hi Vaagn,

Could you please explain your application in detail? Are you using ACA based charger detection or the standard battery charger detection?

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New Contributor

Hi yyca,

I don't use or ever need charger detection logic. But I use this pin as general purpose output by CyU3PGpioSetValue(...)

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Employee

Hi Vaagn,

It doesn't matter for you. You could continue to use it as GPIO.

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