A breakout board for the FUSB302, a USB-PD PHY for BMC communication used in USB-C connectorsDesigned by Reclaimer Labs in United States of America
Want to play around with the new USB Type-C connector? You'll need a chip to manage the CC pins. This board allows you to use I2C and an interrupt line to perform all necessary USB-C functions. At th…Read More…
Want to play around with the new USB Type-C connector? You'll need a chip to manage the CC pins. This board allows you to use I2C and an interrupt line to perform all necessary USB-C functions. At the heart of this board is the ON Semi (formerly Fairchild) FUSB302, a Type-C port controller and BMC PHY. You can use this chip to do any and all of the following:
All design files are available on GitHub and are open source. Schematics, layout, gerbers, and example code is available under an MIT-style license. Click here for the board design files. Click here for the FUSB302's manufacturer's page for a datasheet or to request sample code.
For more information on USB-C, please read my overview starting with Part 1 here. I am in the process of porting code from the Chromium OS to C++ for use in embedded systems. I have a Type-C Port Manager library for the FUSB302 specifically, and worked with a colleague to produce another library for USB Power Delivery, which uses it. The current status of the code is that it working well enough to support being a Power Sink, and runs on Arduino.
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