DT-USB5734 - USB Type-C Development Board Quick Start Guide

DT-USB5734 Quick Start Guide
DT-USB5734
Quick Start Guide
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DT-USB5734 Quick Start Guide
Microchip Technology,
Incorporated
2355 W. Chandler Boulevard
Chandler, Arizona 85224
480/792-7416
Microchip Technology, Inc.
REV
DATE
1.0
4/07/2016
ORIGINATOR
Arnaldo Cruz
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DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE
Quick-Start initial release
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 4
1.1 References ................................................................................................................ 4
2 DT-USB5734 Overview ............................................................................................. 5
2.1 Features ................................................................................................................................. 5
2.2 DT-USB5734 Top View ....................................................................................................... 6
3 Installation................................................................................................................................ 7
Serial Port.................................................................................................................................... 7
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1 Introduction
This document describes the DT-USB5734 four port USB-C/USB-3 Hub with Battery charging
and serial port.
1.1 References
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USB 3.1 Specification, Revision 1.0, USB-IF, July 26, 2013.
Type-C Cable and Connector Specification, USB-IF, Revision 1.1. April 3, 2015.
Battery Charging Specification, USB-IF, Revision 1.2. December 7, 2010.
USB5734 4-Port SS/HS USB Controller Hub Datasheet, Microchip, DS00001854C
UTC2000 Basic USB Type-C Controller Datasheet, Microchip, DS00001957C
MIC24055 12V, 12A High-Efficiency Buck Regulator SuperSwitcher II, Microchip,
December 2012.
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2 DT-USB5734 Overview
2.1 Features
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USB5734 in a 64-pin QFN RoHS compliant package
USB 3.0 compliant (SS, HS, FS, and LS operation)
Two downstream USB-C ports, and two USB3-A ports
Four downstream ports enabled for battery charging:
o Two USB3-C ports – 3A maximum per port
o Two USB3-A ports – 1.5A maximum per port
Microchip MIC24055 based switching regulator circuit can provide up to 10A at 5V when using a
12V 60 watt minimum power supply.
Up to 9A total battery charging current when using a 12V, 60 watts minimum power supply
Operates from a single 12VDC external power supply
USB to Serial bridge with on board RS-232 transceiver and DB9 connector
TTL level serial signals available on headers for probing
Port Power LED indicators
Power LED indicators for on board 5V and 3.3V DC regulators.
Cable orientation LED indicators for USB-C ports
Reset pushbutton with LED indicator
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2.2 DT-USB5734 Top View
USB3-B
Port0
12VDC
Serial
Signals
UART Port
RESET LED
5V LED
3V3 LED
RESET
DFP:USB3-A
DFP:USB3-C
Ports
Port1
PORT1
LED
Port2
PORT2
LED
Port3
PORT3
LED
Port4
Figure 2.1: DT-USB5734
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PORT4
LED
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3 Installation
1. No board switch settings or jumpers are required for normal operation
2. For installation the following items are required which are not included on the kit:
a. 12VDC Power supply, minimum 30 watts. For maximum current during USB
port battery charging a 12VDC 60 watt supply is recommended.
b. USB3-A to USB3-B cable
c. USB3-C, USB3, USB2 devices for connecting to USB downstream ports
d. DB9 serial cable if using the serial port
3. Connect 12VDC supply to wall outlet and DC plug into the DT-USB5734 DC jack.
4. Connect the USB3-A plug of USB3 cable to PC and USB3-B plug to USB3-B connector
on the DT-USB5734.
5. Press reset pushbutton and release, the red reset LED should turn on and off.
6. With nothing connected to the USB downstream ports only 4 LEDs should be on:
a. 5V LED
b. 3V3 LED
c. PORT3 LED
d. PORT4 LED
7. At this point the board is ready for use, connect USB devices as required.
8. If a device is connected to USB3-C port 1:
a. PORT1 LED turns on
b. If C_AB1n LED is off, USB-C A side is active
c. If C_AB1n LED is on, USB-C B side is active
9. If a device is connected to USB3-C port 2:
a. PORT2 LED turns on
b. If C_AB2n LED is off, USB-C A side is active
c. If C_AB2n LED is on, USB-C B side is active
Serial Port
The serial connector is wired as a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). To use the serial port:
1. Connect a DB9 serial cable to UART Port connector. If connecting to a Modem or other
data communications equipment (DCE) a serial straight cable is used. If connecting to a
DTE or PC serial port a NULL Modem serial cable is required.
2. A terminal program such as Tera-Term or serial port application is required on the PC
where the DT-USB5734 is connected.
3. The serial port from the DT-USB5734 will appear as USB5734 COM Port, see example
below for Tera Term. Note that the actual port COM number will most likely be
different from the one shown.
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