USB PD stands for USB Power Delivery. Our USB PD solutions provide higher power delivery than legacy USB specifications. The maximum power delivery via USB PD 2.0 can be up to 5 A and 20 V through connector or 3 A and 20 V through USB cable. The USB PD protocol also communicates characteristics of peripherals to establish link operation—such as a USB Type-C cable adapter communicating product capability information. “Alternate Mode” support transports non-USB data over Type-C.
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Single-port TCPC-compliant USB power delivery (PD) PHY IC that implements Type-C configuration channel (CC) interface and USB PD physical layer functions to a Type-C port manager (TCPM) that handles PD policy management. It is designed to comply with USB PD, Type-C, and TCPC specifications.
Low power CC Logic chip supporting the USB Type-C connector application with configuration channel (CC) control logic detection and indication functions enabling USB Type-C connector to be used in both host and device ends of the Type-C cable.