Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TPD4E1U06 Hello,
Can you please let me know if TI does any TVS diodes targeted especially at MIPI D-PHY 2.1Gbit/s? I use TPD4EUSB30 for USB3.0 protection already and If I do not find anything specially…
Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Can you clarify the connections of the TPD4EUSB30 N.C. pins? Should they be connected to the flow through routing as show in the layout section?
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Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 The TPD4EUSB30 datasheet pin table indicates that pins 6,7,9,10 are not normally connected. Is it acceptable to connect these pins as implied by the comment "flow through" routing (ie pin 1&10 together, 2&9, 4&7, 5&6) to ease routing…
Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Hi
If I am using only 2 out of 4 channels ( and do not want to use 2 port version of the chip) can I connect only 2 channles to usb and leave the other two not connected.
Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Hello,
I have two questions about TPD4EUSB30.Please help to solve,
1.Can it use USB2.0 circuit protection？
2.D2+(pin4) and D2-(pin5) swap，it‘s mean D2+(PIN4) link USB TX0-, D2-(PIN5) link USBTX0+, is it OK?
Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Hi Team,
can there be any problem with TPD4EUSB30 if you swap the D+ D- signals? Any specific reason why D+ and D- are specifically marked in the datasheet?
Thank you for your time!
Part Number: TPD4EUSB30 Data sheet I think that "D1 +, D1-, D2 +, D2-" are connected to correspond N.C in the connection example in the lower figure of Figure 16. (Example: "D1 +" of 1 pin is connected to "N.C" of 8 pin)