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PMP11451 formal certificate meeting USB PD2.0

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Hello Forum, will TI submit their USB PD2.0 designs for formal certification, and provide that certificate to customers using these designs?
I see in the UCC25740 working like:
USB PD 2.0 Certified silicon 
Compliant with CoC V5 Tier 2 2016
Compliant with USB Power Delivery 2.0 and Type-C

Does TI have documentation to support the above claims?

Or is the certification only applicable to the complete product level?

PMP11451, http://www.ti.com/tool/PMP11451 

PMP11455; http://www.ti.com/tool/PMP11455

               TPS25740 daughter card, USBC controller.

PMP4489;   

 are 2 examples of TI designs.


Best Regards,

Ed Walker
Texas Instruments 
Online Support - Systems & Tools

 

  • Hi Ed,

    Will TI submit their USB PD2.0 designs for formal certification, and provide that certificate to customers using these designs? Not as a general rule, but some (like PMP11451/PMP11455) may be for marketing purposes. In the end, even if TI claims a certification the end customer product must be re-certified anyhow. Getting a reference design certified can surely help secure a DIN.

    Does TI have documentation to support the above claims? Or is the certification only applicable to the complete product level?

    Certification status can be found in the Integrators List from http://www.usb.org/developers/compliance/integrators/ . TPS25740 and TPS25740A are certified as PD Only Silicon while PMP11451 is certified (with TPS25740 and PMP11455 paddle card) as a 60W power brick.

    Regards,

    Eric

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