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Part Number: TUSB8041A
I have read on the forum link below that the TUSB8041A will work as "a USB3.0 Hub with its default values, there is no need to do any extra configuration through OTP or I2C."
Under the default configuration will it also have individual power support for each port (full power-managed)? In the datasheet's example application (section 9.2), it has the device configured for individual power support (not ganged power) with each port's power being monitored by a TI TPS2561 which allows up to 2.2A for each port.
Is it necessary for the device to be in Automatic mode (pin 45 = 0) to charge port devices without the upstream device plugged in? I believe from the datasheet it is not necessary. It states that when "Automatic mode is disabled; only Battery Charging DCP and CDP mode is supported." DCP and CDP imply that charging can be done without an upstream device correct?
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In reply to JMMN:
Thank you JMMN.
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