May I know how to generate 20V from one TPS65987EVM board to another TPS65987EVM board through USB type-C by using GUI tool ?
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The LEDs lit up at location D19 and D20 on the source EVM. The Vbus LED (D16) was blinking continuously while connecting to sink EVM. Seems like is not able to do debugging via GUI tool because it keeps on disconnecting and reconnect from the GUI tool.
Are you currently seeing any of D22, D23, D24, or D25 light up on the source board? The LED that should be lit up when sourcing 20V is D25.
If you're not seeing D25 lit up, I would try increasing the number of transmit source PDOs to 4, and ensuring that the voltage of Source PDO 4 is at 20V. You can access the transmit source PDOs by clicking on the Port Settings tab near the top of the GUI, and then clicking on "Transmit Source Capabilities" on the left hand side of the window. Then you can increase the number of Bank 0 Source PDOs to 4, and check that Source PDO 4 is at 20V.
One thing to try from the GUI side - can you change your sink configuration PP1 switch configuration to sink only? You can do so by loading up the sink configuration project, opening up the port settings tab, clicking on the Global System Configuration on the left hand side, and then changing the PP1 Switch Config field to be Sink Only (Input).
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