1. For your requirements, only Alternate Mode support need E-Marker cable, if you are designing a Type-C receptacle products.
2. You could save the cable if you are designing a Type-C captive cable on the products. Which is means there a Type-C plug with cable on your products.
3. If you just want to instead of EMCA board and design a Type-C plug to Type-C plug cable with Cypress kit. There are no kit can suit for you. Since all of Cypress Type-C kits use Type-C receptacle.
I may misunderstood your requirements, please kindly supply block diagram to us if you have details requirements.
Still I am not clear about point 2 and 3 that you mentioned.
Product on either side of USB-C cable is desinging from myside to have PD+DP+USB 2.0. so my question is what factors do I need to take care to pick USB-C cable of the shelf from market.
WIth CCG1 kit instead of using EMCA board between Host and Client can I use USB-C cable available in market.
Q. what factors do I need to take care to pick USB-C cable of the shelf from market.
A: The factors is: If your design need support current upper than 3A. Or If your design need support Alt Mode.
Q. WIth CCG1 kit instead of using EMCA board between Host and Client can I use USB-C cable available in market.
A: You can use the USB-C cable which is include E-marker inside. Not all of USB-C cable available in the market have include E-marker.
I noted your guidelines. Since in my design both side(DFP,UFP) support PD+ALT Mode i need to make sure EMCA marked cable to be used.
Also tried to use USB-C EMCA cable from shelf and its working with CCG1 kit(Host and Client)