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TPS25750: MCU HOST programming via I2C

Part Number: TPS25750
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: USB-PD-CHG-EVM-01, , EV2400

Hi TI, 

We are creating a USB-C charger based on the USB-PD-CHG-EVM-01, however, I want to program the TPS25750S via I2C from my host MCU, not using EEPROM.

So far the GUI only creates a binary file with no reference to I2C registers. 

I have read slvuc05 and I understand that the TPS25750 is programmed from a "patch bundle". However, I don't feel like you have offered enough information on how to do this and how to use the .bin file to program the TPS25750 from an MCU. 

Is it literally a case of putting it in patch mode and firing the whole .bin sequence across? There is a lot of 0xFF and 0x00 wasted space in the .bin file. 

I see other customers have been asking similar questions so perhaps you need to offer more software support here in the form of documentation and applications? 

Thank you for the help