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Part Number: TUSB3210
How to configure TUSB3210 as a USB to GPIO device??
Most of time, we confige TUSB3210 as USB to I2C, this way need external EEPROM.
Now, we want to us TUSB3210 as USB to GPIO, how we can do this?
Does default setting can achieve this? or need external EEPROM to complete it??
If yes, does TI has .bin code??
We have an example code that can help you to generate the exact implication that you require, you don't require a EEPROM, you can load the firmare tough a app loader.
I can provide you both (firmware source and app loader trough email id required).
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In reply to Roberto Diaz:
I has made a h/w board with TUSB3210.
I want to get the source from http://www.ti.com/tool/tusb3210kbdpdk. But I can not download it.
Can I get the source code of tusb3210kbdpdk?
Have a great day.
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