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A breakout board for the FUSB302 USB Power Delivery PHY
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Introduction

This board features an FUSB302B as a Type-C Port Management (TCPM) chip. You can purchase one on Tindie.

Features

The FUSB302B is a fully-capable USB Power Delivery device. The power header is rated to 100 W (20 V at 5 A) if both Vbus pins are used along with two ground pins. The FUSB302B's max I2C clock frequency is 1 MHz.

Example Usage

Example code for use with Arduino can be found here. The USB-C Explorer also uses the same chip.

Here are the connections you will need.

  • Breakout Pin -> Arduino Pin
  • GND -> GND
  • Vbus -> Vin (power to the Arduino, regulated down to +5V)
  • Vpu -> IOREF (power for pullups for I2C and interrupt)
  • VDD -> 3.3V (power for the FUSB302B)
  • SDA -> SDA
  • SCL -> SCL
  • INT -> D12
  • GND -> GND (for good measure)

Questions, Comments, and Contributions

Pull requests are welcome. If you have questions or comments, you can email me directly at jason@reclaimerlabs.com.

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