TPS25740 is not recommended for new designs.
This product continues to be in production to support existing customers. Please consider one of these alternatives:
Same functionality but is not pin-for-pin or parametrically equivalent to the compared device:
TPS65987D ACTIVE USB Type-C™ and USB PD controller with integrated power switches This product is for new generation NiMH, NiCd, PbA battery gauges.

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  • USB Power Delivery (PD) 2.0 Certified Provider,
    USB Type-C™ Rev. 1.2 Compliant Source
  • Pin-Selectable Voltage Advertisement
    • 5 V, 12 V, and/or 20 V (TPS25740)
    • 5 V, 9 V, and/or 15 V (TPS25740A)
  • Pin-Selectable Peak Power Settings
    • 12 options 15 W – 100W (TPS25740)
    • 11 options 15 W – 81W (TPS25740A)
  • High Voltage and Safety Integration
    • Overvoltage, Overcurrent, Overtemperature Protection and VBUS Discharge
    • IEC 61000-4-2 Protection on CC1 and CC2
    • Input Pin for Fast Shutdown Under Fault
    • Control of External N-ch MOSFET
    • 2-pin External Power Supply Control
    • Wide VIN Supply (4.65 V – 25 V)
  • Below 10 µA Quiescent Current when Unattached
  • Port Attachment Indicator
  • Port Power Management
  • Built-In 1.8 V at 35 mA Supply Output

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The TPS25740, TPS25740A implements a source that is compliant to USB Power Delivery 2.0 version 1.2 and Type-C revision 1.2. It monitors the CC pin to detect when a USB Type-C sink is attached, then it enables a N-ch MOSFET gate driver to turn on VBUS. The device then offers up to three different voltages using USB Power Delivery. Four input pins (PSEL, HIPWR, PCTRL, and (EN12V or EN9V) are used to configure the voltages and currents advertised. The device uses the CTL1 and CTL2 pins to select one of three voltages from the power supply based on the voltage requested by the attached sink. The device automatically handles discharging the VBUS output per USB PD requirements.

The TPS25740, TPS25740A typically draws 8.5 µA (or 5.8 µA if VDD = 3.3 V) when no device is attached. Additional system power saving is achievable by using the Port Attachment Indicator (UFP) output to disable the power source when no device is attached.

Protection features include overvoltage protection, overcurrent protection, over-temperature protection, IEC for CC pins, and system override to disable the gate driver (GD).

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet TPS25740, TPS25740A USB Type-C and USB PD Source Controller datasheet (Rev. B) Jun. 13, 2017
Technical articles How to minimize time to market in your USB Type-C™ and USB Power Delivery designs Mar. 26, 2018
Technical articles Upgrading USB chargers from Type-A to Type-C Jan. 17, 2017
White papers Buck-boost converter enables USB Power Delivery on the road Nov. 03, 2016
White papers Circuit protection for your next USB Type-C™ design White Paper Oct. 12, 2016
Technical articles USB Type-C version 1.2 – USB embraces a broader market Aug. 04, 2016
Technical articles USB Power Delivery 2.0 vs 3.0 Jul. 14, 2016

Design & development

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Hardware development

TPS25740 Evaluation Module
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The TPS25740 evaluation module (TPS25740EVM-741) contains evaluation and reference circuitry for the TPS25740, which is a dedicated USB PD type C downstream facing port (DFP) controller.  TPS25740 relies on an upstream converter to output 5V, 12V, and 20V.  This EVM uses an (...)

  • Built in IEC 61000-4-2 Protection on CC1 and CC2 pins
  • Type C PD communication protocol via CC1 and CC2 pins
  • Variable output voltage of 5V, 12V, and 20V depending on request
  • Up to 5A output current for all voltage levels. Default is 3A
  • Smooth transitions between 5V, 12V, and 20V that are compatible with (...)

Design tools & simulation

SLVMBK8.ZIP (152 KB) - PSpice Model
SPICE-based analog simulation program
TINA-TI TINA-TI provides all the conventional DC, transient and frequency domain analysis of SPICE and much more. TINA has extensive post-processing capability that allows you to format results the way you want them. Virtual instruments allow you to select input waveforms and probe circuit nodes voltages (...)
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SLVC659A.ZIP (605 KB)

Reference designs

USB Type-C PD DFP Charger 5V/12V3A Out Adapter Reference Design
PMP4489 — The PMP4489 reference design is a dedicated USB-C PD2.0 DFP 5V/12V3A output flyback converter with secondary-side regulation UCC28740DR which provides Constant-Voltage Constant-Current feature. The design features <75mW standby power(compliant with DOE 6 &CoC V5 Tier 2 standard (...)
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USB Type-C PD DFP 5/12/20V3A Output with 2~3 Cell Battery Input Power Bank Reference Design
PMP40001 — PMP40001 is a full featured USB type-C PD DFP reference design. The pure analog configuration for the USB type-C source controller--TPS25740 makes the PD negotiation easy. It supports 3 sets of output voltage options including 5V/12V/20V.  The max output current is 3A which provides a maximal (...)
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USB Type-C 5V/12V/20V Control Card Reference Design
PMP11455 The PMP11455 control card provides the interface between a host 5V/12V/20V power supply and the USB Type-C port. This card advertises a 60W profile with 5V, 12V, and 20V levels. The optimized AC/DC power supply recommended for use with this reference design is PMP11451.
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