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Part Number: TUSB1211
The customer would like to use TUSB1211 for his design. He would like to implement USB ACA so that he can plug in the mic and charge the camera at the same
time. And he also uses the OTG function. Would you provide the reference schematic for me?
Best Wishes, Mickey Zhang Asia Customer Support Center Texas Instruments
The TUSB1211 has the ACA detection and control on ID line. The TUSB1211 also supports OTG. ID, DP, and DM are used to determine the type of device plugged on USB connector. ACA allows simultaneous connection of a USB charger and an Accessory to portable USB device (TUSB1211) via only a single OTG port.
You can refer both the application diagram of the datasheet or the attached schematic.
In reply to Gerardo:
Hi Gerardo, Thanks for your reply.
Now the customer tells me TUSB1211 may not meet his requirements. TUSB1211 seems to be a ULPI to USB PHY converter.
But the customer would like to achieve something like the attach. Would you recommend a suitable device?
In reply to Mickey Zhang:
Yes, the TUSB1211 is suitable for this application. Unfortunately we currently don't have any additional schematics to share with you.
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