USB Power Delivery Alternate Mode
Controller on Type-C
The CYPD1120 device belongs to Cypress’s CCG1 product family, which provides a complete USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery
port control solution. The scalable and reconfigurable core architecture of CCG1 enables a base Type-C solution that can scale to a
complete 100-W USB Power Delivery with Alternate Mode mux support. CCG1 is also a Type-C cable ID IC for active and passive
cables. The ARM® Cortex®-M0 CPU based core can use common open source firmware or custom solutions developed with common
libraries and APIs. CCG1 is the CC controller that detects connector insert, plug orientation, and VCONN switching signals. CCG1
makes it easier to add USB Power Delivery to any architecture because it provides the control signals to manage external VBUS and
VCONN power management solutions as well as external mux controls for most single cable-docking solutions. CCG1's packaging
options, and programmability, enables any USB Type-C and USB Power Delivery solution.
Integrated Digital Blocks
■ Dongles, docking stations
■ Type-C to DisplayPort
■ Type-C to HDMI
■ Type-C to DVI
■ Type-C to VGA
■ Two configurable 16-bit TCPWM blocks
■ One I2C master or slave
■ Integrated transceiver (BB PHY)
■ Supports VESA DisplayPort Alternate Mode on USB Type-C
Standard Version 1.0
32-bit MCU Subsystem
■ 48-MHz ARM Cortex-M0 CPU with 32-KB flash and 4-KB
Integrated Analog Blocks
■ 12-bit, 1-Msps ADC for VBUS voltage and current monitoring
■ 1.8-V to 5.5-V operation
■ Sleep 1.3 mA, Deep Sleep 1.3 uA
■ 40-pin QFN
■ 35-ball wafer-level CSP (WLCSP)
Figure 1. CCG1 Block Diagram[2, 3, 4, 5]
1. Values measured for CCG1 silicon only. Application specific power numbers may be higher.
2. Timer, counter, pulse-width modulation block.
3. Serial communication block configurable as I2C.
4. Base band.
5. Termination resistor denoting an Alternate Mode Adaptor.
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation • 198 Champion Court
Document Number: 001-96786 Rev. *C
• San Jose, CA 95134-1709 • 408-943-2600
Revised April 21, 2017