SLVAF46 May   2021 TPS65988

 

  1.   Trademarks
  2. 1Introduction
  3. 2Integrated USB Wall Socket Design
    1. 2.1 Thermal Considerations
    2. 2.2 Dynamic Port Power Balancing
    3. 2.3 GPIO Events
    4. 2.4 Control Logic Implementation with GPIO Events
    5. 2.5 GUI Configuration
    6. 2.6 Test Setup and Results
  4. 3References

Control Logic Implementation with GPIO Events

Figure 2-6 shows pictorial representation of Events and GPIOs used in the Dual port power socket design with power balancing.

GUID-20210507-CA0I-M15F-4DKH-H7TMZ19KK5PS-low.jpgFigure 2-6 GPIO Events Usage in Dual Port Power Socket Design with Power Balancing
  • Output Plug event GPIOs: GPIO1 (Port-1 plug event) and GPIO3 (Port-0 plug event) are configured to assert on PLUG_EVENT event. These output GPIOs should assert high when a device is connected to the corresponding Port.
  • Application Configuration event GPIOs: GPIO2 (Port-1 App Config) and GPIO0 (Port-0 App Config) are input GPIOs configured to load the appropriate configuration (100% or 50% PDOs) based on the input signal and also execute a PD message task (to send SSrC - PD Send Source Capabilities).

The output Plug event GPIOs are connected to the input App Config GPIOs of the alternate port. When the input GPIO of a particular port is high (implies plug event on the other port), input GPIO event shall load 50% Power PDO configuration. Otherwise, when the input GPIO of a particular port is low (implies no PLUG_EVENT on the other port, for example, when the other port in disconnected state), input GPIO event shall load 100% Power PDO configuration. This implementation can be tested on TPS65988D EVM using the project file available on the E2E Design Support forum.