ZHCSFC8D August 2016 – April 2019 TUSB1046-DCI
A typical usage of the TUSB1046-DCI device is shown in Figure 27. The device can be controlled either through its GPIO pins or through its I2C interface. In the example shown below, a Type-C PD controller is used to configure the device through the I2C interface. When configured for I2C mode, pins 29 (RSVD1) and 32 (RSVD2) can be left unconnected. In I2C mode, the equalization settings for each receiver can be independently controlled through I2C registers. For this reason, all of the equalization pins (EQ[1:0], SSEQ[1:0], and DPEQ[1:0]) can be left unconnected. If these pins are left unconnected, the TUSB1046-DCI 7-bit I2C slave address will be 0x12 because both DPEQ/A1 and SSEQ0/A0 will be at pin level "F". If a different I2C slave address is desired, DPEQ/A1 and SSEQ0/A0 pins should be set to a level which produces the desired I2C slave address.