SparkFun Power Delivery Board - USB-C (Qwiic)

  • BrandSparkFun

Description

The Power Delivery Board uses a standalone controller to negotiate with the power adapters and switch to a higher voltage other than just 5V. This uses the same power adapter for different projects rather than relying on multiple power adapters to provide different output; it can deliver the board as part of SparkFun’s Qwiic connect system, so you won’t have to do any soldering to figure out how things are oriented.

The SparkFun Power Delivery Board takes advantage of the power delivery standard using a standalone controller from STMicroelectronics, the STUSB4500. The STUSB4500 is a USB power delivery controller that addresses sink devices. It implements a proprietary algorithm to negotiate a power delivery contract with a source (i.e. a power delivery wall wart or power adapter) without the need for an external microcontroller. However, you will need a microcontroller to configure the board. PDO profiles are configured in an integrated non-volatile memory. The controller does all the heavy lifting of power negotiation and provides an easy way to configure over I²C.

To configure the board, you will need an I²C bus. The Qwiic system makes it easy to connect the Power Delivery board to a microcontroller. Depending on your application, you can also connect to the I²C bus via the plated through SDA and SCL holes.

Features

  • Input and output voltage range of 5-20V
  • Output current up to 5A
  • Three configurable power delivery profiles
  • Auto-run Type-C™ and USB PD sink controller
  • Certified USB Type-C™ rev 1.2 and USB PD rev 2.0 (TID #1000133)
  • Integrated VBUS voltage monitoring
  • Integrated VBUS switch gate drivers (PMOS)

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    SKU: 19600
    EAN: DEV-15801

    Description

    The Power Delivery Board uses a standalone controller to negotiate with the power adapters and switch to a higher voltage other than just 5V. This uses the same power adapter for different projects rather than relying on multiple power adapters to provide different output; it can deliver the board as part of SparkFun’s Qwiic connect system, so you won’t have to do any soldering to figure out how things are oriented.

    The SparkFun Power Delivery Board takes advantage of the power delivery standard using a standalone controller from STMicroelectronics, the STUSB4500. The STUSB4500 is a USB power delivery controller that addresses sink devices. It implements a proprietary algorithm to negotiate a power delivery contract with a source (i.e. a power delivery wall wart or power adapter) without the need for an external microcontroller. However, you will need a microcontroller to configure the board. PDO profiles are configured in an integrated non-volatile memory. The controller does all the heavy lifting of power negotiation and provides an easy way to configure over I²C.

    To configure the board, you will need an I²C bus. The Qwiic system makes it easy to connect the Power Delivery board to a microcontroller. Depending on your application, you can also connect to the I²C bus via the plated through SDA and SCL holes.

    Features

    • Input and output voltage range of 5-20V
    • Output current up to 5A
    • Three configurable power delivery profiles
    • Auto-run Type-C™ and USB PD sink controller
    • Certified USB Type-C™ rev 1.2 and USB PD rev 2.0 (TID #1000133)
    • Integrated VBUS voltage monitoring
    • Integrated VBUS switch gate drivers (PMOS)

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