CY4501 CCG1 DVK Quick Start Guide.pdf

CY4501
CCG1 Development Kit Guide
Doc. No. 001-96785 Rev. *E
Cypress Semiconductor
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Contents
1.
Introduction.................................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.
Kit Installation ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1
3.
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................... 16
Features .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
Connectors and Jumper Settings ........................................................................................................................ 18
Powering the Client Board ................................................................................................................................... 20
CCG1 EMCA Board ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
5.1
5.2
6.
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................... 11
Features .............................................................................................................................................................. 12
Connecting to Embedded Controller or Host Processor ...................................................................................... 12
Connectors and Jumper Settings ........................................................................................................................ 13
Powering the Host Board ..................................................................................................................................... 15
CCG1 Client Board ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5.
CY4501 CCG1 DVK Kit Software Installation ........................................................................................................ 7
CCG1 Host Board ........................................................................................................................................................ 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4.
Kit Contents ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.1 Hardware Not Included With Kit ................................................................................................................ 5
Getting Started ...................................................................................................................................................... 6
1.2.1 Configuring the CY4501 CCG1 DVK Host, Client, and EMCA Boards ..................................................... 6
List of Recommended Hardware ........................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1 Recommended Cables ............................................................................................................................. 6
1.3.2 Recommended Power Adapter ................................................................................................................. 6
Block Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................... 21
Configurations and Jumper Settings .................................................................................................................... 22
5.2.1 SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration ...................................................................................................... 23
5.2.2 SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration ...................................................................................................... 24
5.2.3 SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration ............................................................................................ 25
Kit Operation for SuperSpeed USB Demonstration ................................................................................................. 26
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
SuperSpeed USB Demo ...................................................................................................................................... 26
Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed .......................................................................................................... 26
Running the SuperSpeed USB Demo ................................................................................................................. 26
Explanation of Functionality ................................................................................................................................. 30
Common Problems and Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 30
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Contents
7.
Kit Operation for DisplayPort Demonstration ........................................................................................................... 31
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
8.
Kit Operation for Power Delivery Demonstration ..................................................................................................... 33
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
9.
Power Delivery Demo .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed .......................................................................................................... 33
Running the Power Delivery Demo...................................................................................................................... 33
Common Problems and Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 35
Programming CCG1 Devices on CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards ................................................................................. 36
9.1
9.2
9.3
10.
DisplayPort Alternate Mode Demo ...................................................................................................................... 31
Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed .......................................................................................................... 31
Running the DisplayPort Alternate Mode Demo .................................................................................................. 31
Common Problems and Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 32
Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Host Board ....................................................................................... 36
Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Client Board ...................................................................................... 38
Programming the CCG1 Devices on CCG1 EMCA Board ................................................................................... 39
Appendix A: Terminology ........................................................................................................................................... 41
Revision History ................................................................................................................................................................... 42
Document Revision History ........................................................................................................................................... 42
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2. Introduction
The CY4501 CCG1 Development Kit (DVK) is based on the CCG1 product family of Cypress’s USB microcontrollers. This
DVK is primarily intended to be a development vehicle for USB host and client systems that house a Type-C connector as
well as for EMCA cables. For USB Power Delivery (PD), the host and client boards available in this kit can be configured as
a downstream facing port (DFP), an upstream facing port (UFP), or a dual role port (DRP). The kit also serves as a vehicle
to evaluate several features for Type-C, using a SuperSpeed USB demo, a DisplayPort demo and a Power Delivery demo
as examples.
2.1 Kit Contents
The CY4501 CCG1 DVK consists of the following contents:

CCG1 host board

CCG1 client board

CCG1 Electronically Marked Cable Assembly (EMCA) board

SuperSpeed USB Type-A to Type-B cable

Two USB 2.0 Type-A to Mini-B cables

MiniProg3

Quick Start Guide
2.1.1 Hardware Not Included With Kit
The CY4501 CCG1 DVK does not come with all of the hardware needed to perform the demonstrations documented in Kit
Operation for SuperSpeed USB Demonstration, Kit Operation for DisplayPort Demonstration, and Kit Operation for Power
Delivery Demonstration. The following items are not included:

USB drive needed for Kit Operation for SuperSpeed USB Demonstration and Kit Operation for DisplayPort
Demonstration.

DisplayPort cables needed for Kit Operation for DisplayPort Demonstration. They are required to make connections
from a PC to the CCG1 host board and from the CCG1 client board to the display monitor. If the PC has a miniDisplayPort, then a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable will be required.

A 24 V, 5A output capable Power Supply needed for Kit Operation for Power Delivery Demonstration. This is required
to provide 24 V to the client board as an input to the Power Delivery demo.

A multimeter needed for Kit Operation for Power Delivery Demonstration. A standard multimeter is required to measure
the output voltage on the client board to successfully demonstrate Power Delivery functionality.
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Introduction
2.2 Getting Started
For instructions on how to run a quick demonstration and observe kit functionality, refer to Kit Operation for SuperSpeed
USB Demonstration.
2.2.1 Configuring the CY4501 CCG1 DVK Host, Client, and EMCA Boards
Refer to Kit Operation for SuperSpeed USB Demonstration for complete instructions on configuring the CY4501 CCG1 DVK
host, client, and EMCA boards and to learn about configuring the DVK and connecting it to a PC.
2.3 List of Recommended Hardware
2.3.1 Recommended Cables
See Table 2-1 to obtain a set of cables recommended to work with this kit. This kit is not shipped with these cables and they
are required to operate the DisplayPort Alternate Mode Demo explained in the Kit Operation for DisplayPort Demonstration
chapter.
Table 2-1. List of Recommended Cables
Description
Manufacturer
MPN
Vendor Link
DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable (6”, gold plated)
Cable Matters
102005-6
Amazon Link
Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable (3”, gold plated)
Cable Matters
101007-BLACK-3
Amazon Link
Use item 1 in Table 2-1 if the PC being used has a DisplayPort connector. If the PC has a mini DisplayPort connector, use
item 2 in Table 2-1. If the DisplayPort monitor has a regular DisplayPort connector, use item 1 in Table 2-1. Use item 2 in
Table 2-1 if the DisplayPort monitor being used has a Mini DisplayPort connector.
2.3.2 Recommended Power Adapter
The recommended power adapter to use when performing the demo described in Kit Operation for Power Delivery
Demonstration is the AC/DC desktop adaptor (24 V, 120 W) from Phihong USA (MPN #: PSA120U-240V). The vendor link
from Digikey can be found here.
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3. Kit Installation
This chapter describes how to perform the installation steps for the CY4501 CCG1 DVK.
3.1 CY4501 CCG1 DVK Kit Software Installation
To install the kit software, follow these steps:
1.
Download the latest kit software setup “CY4501 CCG1 DVK COMPLETE SETUP” from the kit’s website:
www.cypress.com/go/CY4501. This package contains the kit hardware files, user guide, quick start guide, and PSoC
Programmer software. Double-click on the executable to start the installation. Click Next when the screen shown in
Figure 3-1 appears.
Figure 3-1. CY4501 CCG1 DVK Installer Screen
2.
Select the required Installation Type and click the Next button to start the install (Figure 3-2). For first-time installation,
it is recommended that you select “Typical” as the Installation Type.
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Figure 3-2. Installation Wizard
3.
Accept the license agreement for the software components and click Next (Figure 3-3).
Figure 3-3. License Agreement
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4.
Figure 3-4 shows the installation progress.
Figure 3-4. Installation Progress
5.
Click Finish when complete (Figure 3-5).
Figure 3-5. Software Installation Complete
6.
When installation is complete, you have the option to Launch Cypress Update Manager (Figure 3-6) to ensure you
have the latest software package. Click the Check for updates button at the bottom of the window. If “No Updates”
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appears adjacent to the CY4501 CCG1 DVK, click the Exit button. If there are updates, click the Update button to
download and install the latest kit package.
Figure 3-6. Cypress Update Manager
Note: You can launch the Update Manager at any time from Windows > Start > All Programs > Cypress > Cypress
Update Manager.
7.
After the installation is complete, the
Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0.
contents
are
available
at
the
following
location:
<Install
Note: On the Windows 32-bit platform, the default <Install Directory> is C:\Program Files\Cypress; on the
Windows 64-bit platform, it is C:\Program Files(x86)\Cypress.
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4. CCG1 Host Board
The CCG1 host board is an evaluation board equipped with a CCG1 (CYPD1131-35FNXI), a Type-C connector, a USB
Mini-B port, a SuperSpeed USB port Type-B, and a DisplayPort interface. This evaluation board supports notebooks,
tablets, smart phones, and other applications that would host a Type-C interface. It is primarily intended as a development
vehicle for USB host systems that house a Type-C connector. For USB PD, the board can be configured as a DFP, UFP, or
DRP. The user can connect this board to a host processor or embedded controller (EC) to develop USB PD applications.
The board also serves as a vehicle to evaluate the Alternate Modes for Type-C, using DisplayPort video as an example. In
addition, it can be reconfigured to program and test EMCA cables.
4.1 Block Diagram
Figure 4-1 shows the CCG1 host board block diagram. On the board, the CCG1 device provides a host processor interface
(HPI) to a PC via a USB-Serial connection or to an external Embedded Controller (EC) and a Type-C connector for the USB
PD interface. Also included is a power connector, a SuperSpeed USB port Type-B, and a DisplayPort connector to source
video. The MiniProg3 device shipped with this kit can be connected to a PC to reprogram the firmware in the CCG1 device
via the 5-pin programming header J5 using PSoC Programmer software from Cypress. The SuperSpeed USB signals and
DisplayPort signals are delivered to the Type-C connector through a high-speed multiplexer controlled by the CCG1 device.
The power to this board is connected to a circuit that allows power to be sourced from either a 5 V rail supplied by the USB
Mini port, MiniProg3, USB SuperSpeed connector or VBUS that is part of the Type-C connector (when the Type-C port on
this host board is acting as a power consumer).
Figure 4-1. CCG1 Host Board Block Diagram
MiniProg3
Header
Power
Mgt
VBUS
USB-Serial
I2C
CCG1
Host
Interface
Data MUXs
Data
Lines
Display
Port
VBUS B
SWD
Control
CC
Type-C
Connector
VBUS
Super
Speed
USB Port
USB Mini
Port
VBUS
Mini
Power
Out
VBUS
Mini
VBUS B
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4.2 Features
Table 4-1 shows the features of the CCG1 host board.
Table 4-1. CCG1 Host Board Features
Feature
Description
CCG1 part number
CYPD1131-35FNXI
CCG1 package
35-CSP
Ability to support DRP, DFP, and UFP
Type-C VBUS current setting via a jumper that selects one of the three Rp values. These three values
correspond to the three currents as defined in the Type-C specification.
VBUS provider field-effect transistor (FET) control for cold socket
USB PD/ Type-C
VBUS consumer FET control
VBUS discharge FET control
Ability to present either Rd or Rp on CC line
Dead battery support
VCONN or VBUS over-current protection
OVP and OCP
VBUS overvoltage protection
Five MUX-select pins to select between SuperSpeed USB and 2-lane or 4-lane DisplayPort
Plug orientation, Detection and
Alternate modes
Hot Plug Detect (HPD) for DisplayPort Alternate Mode of operation
USB Type-B Mini
USB Mini-B receptacle connected to USB-to-serial device
I2C interface
I2C pins and interrupt output pin for connecting to an Embedded Controller (EC)
Programming
SWD pins to debug/program CCG1 using Cypress MiniProg3
5 V from USB Mini
5 V from SuperSpeed USB Type-B (default power for the board)
Power
5 V from MiniProg3
5 V to 20 V from Type-C connector
4.3 Connecting to Embedded Controller or Host Processor
The CCG1 host board provides a Host Processor Interface (HPI) to interface to an external EC. In terms of hardware, the
HPI is a three-pin interface composed of I2C (SDA and SCL) and an interrupt signal. The CCG1 device on the host board
implements the HPI over a 400-kHz I2C slave interface (CCG1 I2C slave device address: 0x08) with an interrupt line. The
CCG1 HPI allows the EC/host processor to change the configuration, monitor status, update firmware, or transparently
interact with connected devices using unstructured vendor-defined messages (VDMs). When connecting the EC to
communicate with the CCG1 device on the host board, it is recommended that the USB-Serial device be disconnected from
this CCG1 device. This can be done by reconfiguring the I2C pins as input GPIOs using the USB serial configuration utility.
Figure 4-2 shows the how the EC and CCG1 host board are connected. The HPI pins are located on connector J7. Pin 7 of
J7 (J7.7) is I2C_SDA, pin 5 (J7.5) is I2C_SCL, and pin 3 (J7.3) is INT (see Table 4-2).
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Figure 4-2. Connection Between EC and CCG1 Host Board
HPI
INTR#
I2C_SCL
External EC/ Host
I2C_SDA
Processor
J7.3
CC1
J7.5 CCG1 Host Board
(Device Address: 0x08)
CC2
J7.7
4.4 Connectors and Jumper Settings
Figure 4-3 and Figure 4-4 show the CCG1 host board connectors and default jumper settings. Table 4-2 shows a detailed
description of the connectors and jumper settings.
Figure 4-3. CCG1 Host Board Connectors
J15, DisplayPort
Connector
J12, SuperSpeed USB Type-B Receptacle
CCG1 (CYPD1131-35FNXI)
J1, Terminal to see
the Output Voltage
J14, Type-C Receptacle
J3, USB Mini B
connector
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Figure 4-4. CCG1 Host Board Default Jumper Settings
Table 4-2. CCG1 Host Board Jumper Description and Default Settings
Jumper
J1
Description
Terminal Block to measure the incoming voltage from client board
Default
NA
Header for signal probing
J2
Pin 1: CC1_RP_EXT
Pin 2: CCG1_DEV_DET
Pin 3: CC1_RD_EXT
Pin 4: CCG1_CC1_CTRL
Pin 5: CC2_RP_EXT
Pin 6: CCG1_CC2_CTRL
Pin 7: CC2_RD_EXT
Pin 8: CCG1_CC2
Pin 9: CCG1_VBUS_VREF
Pin 10: CCG1_XRES
Pin 11: CCG1_VBUS_VMON
Pin 12: CCG1_CC1
Pin 13: VBUS_DISCHARGE
Pin 14: CCG1_HOTPLUG_DET
Pin 15: NC
Pin 16: NC
Pin 17: 5 V supply
Pin 18: GND
NA
J3
USB 2.0 Mini-B connector (receptacle)
NA
J4
Board power supply selection (ensure J13 is open):
1 and 2 short: Select the power supply from J5, MiniProg3.
2 and 4 short: Select the power supply from J3, USB Mini-B connector.
2 and 3 short: Select the power supply from J14, USB Type-C connector.
2 and 5 short: Select the power supply from J12, SuperSpeed USB connector.
2 and 5 short
J5
Programming Header
Pin 1: VTARG
Pin 2: GND
Pin3: CCG1_XRES
Pin4: CCG1_SWD_CLK
Pin5: CCG1_SWD_IO
NA
J6
Header for VCONN power consumption measurement:
Short: Normal operation.
Open: Connect 1 and 2 to ammeter.
Short
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Jumper
Description
Pin 1: CCG1_CUR_LIM
Pin 3: CCG1_I2C_INT
J7
Pin 5: CCG1_I2C_SCL
Default
Pin 2: CCG1_MUXSEL_1
Pin 4: CCG1_MUXSEL_2
For HPI
Interface
Pin 6: CCG1_MUXSEL_3
Pin 7: CCG1_I2C_SDA
Pin 8: CCG1_MUXSEL_4
Pin 9: CCG1_VBUS_C_CTRL
Pin 10: CCG1_MUXSEL_5
Pin 11: CCG1_VBUS_P_CTRL
Pin 12: GND
NA
J8
CC2 Rp selection for current advertisement:
1 and 2 short: 500 mA for USB 2.0, 900 mA for SuperSpeed USB (default USB current)
2 and 4 short: 1.5 A
2 and 3 short: 3.0 A
2 and 4 short
J9
USB Serial Debug Header
Pin 1: SCB0_0
Pin 2: SCB0_1
Pin 3: SCB0_2
Pin 4: SCB0_3
Pin 5: SCB0_4
Pin 6: SCB0_5
Pin 7: GPIO_0
Pin 8: Connected to cathode of LED4
Pin 9: Connected to Pin2 of SW3
Pin 10: Connected to LED5 via R36
This jumper is not
populated
J10
CC1 Rp selection for current advertisement:
1 and 2 short: 500 mA for USB 2.0, 900 mA for SuperSpeed USB (default USB current)
2 and 4 short: 1.5 A
2 and 3 short: 3.0 A
2 and 4 short
J11
Header for CCG1 power consumption measurement:
Short: Normal operation.
Open: Connect 1 and 2 to ammeter.
Short
J12
SuperSpeed USB Type-B connector (receptacle)
NA
J13
Reserved & not populated.
NA
J14
USB Type-C connector (receptacle)
NA
J15
Display port Connector
NA
4.5 Powering the Host Board
The host board by default is powered up by connecting the SuperSpeed USB connector J12 to a USB SuperSpeed cable
(shipped with the board) and its other end to a 5 V (USB Type-A) source. For other options to power up the board, refer to
Table 4-2 (selection for jumper J4 and J13).
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5. CCG1 Client Board
The CCG1 client board is an evaluation board that is equipped with a CCG1 (CYPD1121-40LQXI), a Type-C connector, a
SuperSpeed USB port Type-A, and a DisplayPort connector. This development board supports Type-C client applications
such as monitors and docking stations. This board is capable of supplying up to 100W (20V, 5A) power over the Type-C
connector. It can also be used to evaluate connectivity and communication with Type-C hosts (notebooks, tablets, and
mobile phones). It is primarily intended as a development vehicle for USB peripherals that house a Type-C connector. For
USB PD, the board can be configured as a DFP, UFP, or DRP. The user can connect this board to a host processor or
embedded controller (EC) to develop USB PD applications. The board also serves as a vehicle to evaluate the Alternate
Modes for Type-C, using DisplayPort video as an example.
5.1 Block Diagram
Figure 5-1 shows the block diagram of the CCG1 client board. On the board, the CCG1 device provides a host processor
interface (HPI) to a PC via a USB-Serial connection or to an external Embedded Controller (EC) and a Type-C connector
for the USB PD interface. Also included is a power connector, a SuperSpeed USB port Type-B, and a DisplayPort
connector to source video. The MiniProg3 device shipped with this kit can be connected to a PC to reprogram the firmware
in the CCG1 device via the 5-pin programming header J8 using PSoC Programmer software from Cypress. The
SuperSpeed USB signals and DisplayPort signals are delivered to the Type-C connector through a high-speed multiplexer
controlled by the CCG1 device. The power to this board is connected to a circuit that allows power to be sourced from either
a 5 V rail supplied by the USB Mini port, MiniProg3, 24 V power jack or VBUS that is part of the Type-C connector.
Figure 5-1. Block Diagram of CCG1 Client Board
Power
Mgt
MiniProg3
Header
VBUS
USB-Serial
I2C
CCG1
Data MUXs
Data
Lines
Display
Port
VBUS B
SWD
Control
CC
Host
Interface
Type-C
Connector
VBUS
Super
Speed
USB Port
USB Mini
Port
VBUS
Mini
24V Power
Input
VBUS
Mini
VBUS B
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5.2 Features
Table 5-1 lists the CCG1 client board features.
Table 5-1. CCG1 Client Board Features
Feature
Description
CCG1 part number
CYPD1121-40LQXI
CCG1 package
40-QFN
Ability to support DRP, DFP, and UFP
Type-C current set via a jumper that selects one of the three resistor Rp values, corresponding to the
three Type-C currents defined in the Type-C specification.
USB PD/
Type-C
Supports the following PD capabilities (VSEL pins):
5 V at 5 A
12 V at 5 A
20 V at 5 A
VBUS provider FET control for cold socket
VBUS discharge control FET
Rd resistor
VCONN over-current protection
OVP and OCP
VBUS overvoltage protection
VBUS over-current protection
Five MUX-select pins to select between SuperSpeed USB and 2-lane or 4-lane DisplayPort
Plug orientation, Detection and
Alternate modes
HPD for DisplayPort Alternate Mode operation
Configuration pin (C_SEL)
One CSEL pin to set configuration profile for firmware operation
USB Type-B Mini
USB Mini connected to USB-to-serial device
Programming
SWD pin debugging/programming using MiniProg3 device
Device detect
FW profile configured DEVICE_DETECT output pin to indicate type of device connected
Power
24 VDC
5 V from USB Mini-B
5 V from MiniProg3 (used when programming CCG1 from MiniProg3)
5 V regulated from Type-C connector
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5.3 Connectors and Jumper Settings
Figure 5-2 and Figure 5-3 show the CCG1 client board connectors and default jumper settings. Table 5-2 lists the jumpers
and header description and default settings.
Figure 5-2. CCG1 Client Board Connectors
MiniProg3 Header
SuperSpeedUSB Type-A receptacle
DisplayPort Connector
CCG1 (CYPD1121-40LQXI)
24 V Power Connector
Type-C Receptacle
USB Mini B Connector
Figure 5-3. CCG1 Client Board Default Jumper Settings
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Table 5-2. CCG1 Client Board Jumper Description and Default Settings
Jumper
Description
Default
J1
Terminal Jack for 24 V supply
NA
J2
Terminal Block for 24 V supply
This jumper is not
populated
J3
Jumper used to choose board power from Type-C connector and 24 V DC power jack
Short 1 & 2 and 3 & 4: Power from Type-C connector
Short 5 & 6 and 7 & 8: Power from 24 V power jack (Normal operation)
5 & 6 and 7 & 8
shorted
Header for signal probing
J4
Pin 1: CC1_RP_EXT
Pin 2: CCG1_DEV_DET
Pin 3: CC1_RD_EXT
Pin 4: CCG1_CC1_CTRL
Pin 5: CC2_RP_EXT
Pin 6: CCG1_CC2_CTRL
Pin 7: CC2_RD_EXT
Pin 8: CCG1_CC2
Pin 9: CCG1_VBUS_VREF
Pin 10: GND
Pin 11: CCG1_VBUS_VMON
Pin 12: CCG1_CC1
NA
J5
CC2 Rp selection for current advertisement:
1 and 2 short: 500 mA for USB 2.0, 900 mA for SuperSpeed USB (default USB current)
2 and 4 short: 1.5 A
2 and 3 short: 3.0 A
2 and 4 short
J6
CC1 Rp selection for current advertisement:
1 and 2 short: 500 mA for USB 2.0, 900 mA for SuperSpeed USB (default USB current)
2 and 4 short: 1.5 A
2 and 3 short: 3.0 A
2 and 4 short
J7
USB 2.0 Mini-B connector (receptacle)
NA
J8
Programming Header
Pin 1: VTARG
Pin 2: GND
Pin3: CCG1_XRES
Pin4: CCG1_SWD_CLK
Pin5: CCG1_SWD_IO
NA
J9
Pin 1: CCG1_IFAULT
Pin 2: 5 V
Pin 3: CCG1_VSEL1
Pin 4: CCG1_HOTPLUG_DET
Pin 5: CCG1_I2C_INT
Pin 6: CCG1_MUXSEL_1
Pin 7: CCG1_I2C_SCL
Pin 8: CCG1_MUXSEL_2
Pin 9: CCG1_I2C_SDA
Pin 10: CCG1_MUXSEL_3
Pin 11: CCG1_VSEL2
Pin 12: CCG1_MUXSEL_4
Pin 13: CCG1_VBUS_DISCHARGE
Pin 14: CCG1_MUXSEL_5
Pin 15: CCG1_BLANK
Pin 16: CCG1_XRES
Pin 17: CCG1_VBUS_P_CTRL
Pin 18: GND
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Jumper
Description
Default
J10
Header for VCONN power consumption measurement:
Short: Normal operation.
Open: Connect 1 and 2 to ammeter.
J11
Board power supply selection:
1 and 2 short: Select the power supply from MiniProg3 (J8). Settings on J3 can be disregarded for this
configuration.
2 and 4 short: Select the power supply from J7, USB Mini-B connector. Settings on J3 can be 2 and 4 short
disregarded for this configuration.
2 and 3 short: Select the power supply from regulated 5 V from 24 V power jack or Type-C connector
(this is determined by jumper J3’s settings)
J12
Header for CCG1 power consumption measurement:
Short: Normal operation.
Open: Connect 1 and 2 to ammeter.
Short
J13
USB Serial Debug Header
Pin 1: SCB0_0
Pin 2: SCB0_1
Pin 3: SCB0_2
Pin 4: SCB0_3
Pin 5: SCB0_4
Pin 6: SCB0_5
Pin 7: GPIO_0
Pin 8: Connected to cathode of LED3
Pin 9: Connected to Pin2 of SW3
Pin 10: Connected to LED4 via R59
NA
J14
SuperSpeed USB Type-A connector (receptacle)
NA
J15
USB Type-C connector (receptacle)
NA
J16
Display port Connector
NA
Short
5.4 Powering the Client Board
The client board by default is powered by connecting the USB Mini-B cable (shipped with the board) to a 5 V (USB Type–A)
source. For other options to power the board, refer to Table 5-2 (selections for jumper J3 and J11).
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6. CCG1 EMCA Board
The CCG1 EMCA board is an evaluation vehicle that demonstrates the CCG1 device’s capability to act as an electronic
marker for cable assemblies. The board is equipped with two CCG1 devices that can demonstrate SOP’ and SOP’’
communication. It supports three cable configurations:

SOP’: One chip per cable (default setting)

SOP’: Two chips per cable

SOP’/SOP’’: Two chips per cable
6.1 Block Diagram
Figure 6-1 shows the CCG1 EMCA board block diagram. The CCG1 devices are connected to CC to communicate with the
DFP (or the power provider) with SOP’ or SOP’’ packets.
Figure 6-1. CCG1 EMCA Board Block Diagram
Super Speed & High Speed Lines
CC
VCONN_COM
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VCONN_DET
U1
CCG1
VCONN_2
U2
CCG1
VCONN_DET
VCONN_1
J14 – Type-C
Connector
VBUS
CC
J1 – Type-C
Connector
Ground
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6.2 Configurations and Jumper Settings
The CCG1 EMCA board supports three cable configurations by changing jumper settings.
Table 6-1 shows the jumper description and factory settings (default). The following subsections show the block diagrams
and jumper settings for each configuration.
Table 6-1. CCG1 EMCA Board Jumper Description and Default Settings
Jumper No.
Description
Default Settings
J1, J14
Type-C connectors
NA
J2
Control disconnection of VCONN Ra resistor for J14 Type-C connector:
2 and 3 short: U1 (far end CCG1) controls disconnection of J14 VCONN Ra resistor.
1 and 2 short: U2 (near end CCG1) controls disconnection of J14 VCONN Ra resistor.
2 and 3 short
Control disconnection of VCONN Ra resistor for J1 Type-C connector:
1 and 2 short: U1 (near end CCG1) controls disconnection of J1 VCONN Ra resistor.
2 and 3 short: U2 (far end CCG1) controls disconnection of J1 VCONN Ra resistor.
1 and 2 short
U2 CC line connection:
1 and 2 short: U2 connects to CC.
1 and 2 open: U2 disconnects from CC.
Open
J5
This jumper is used to measure VCONN power consumption.
This jumper must be shorted in all configurations.
1 and 2 short
J6
U1 VDD (power) selection:
Short 1 and 2: U1 VDD connects to VCONN_COM.
Short 2 and 3: U1’s VDD connects to J1’s (Type-C connector) VCONN
1 and 2 short
U2 VDD (power) selection:
Short 1 and 2: U2 VDD connects to VCONN_COM.
Short 2 and 3: U2 VDD connects to J14’s (Type-C connector) VCONN.
Open
J8
MiniProg3 SWD programming connector for programming U1 CCG1
NA
J9
MiniProg3 SWD programming connector for programming U2 CCG1
NA
J10
U2 – Check the status of VCONN_DET (J14):
1 and 2 short: Check the status of VCONN_DET (J14) to decide whether to respond to SOP’ or
SOP”.
1 and 2 open: Do not check the status of VCONN_DET (J14) and respond to SOP’ only.
Open
U1 – Check the status of VCONN_DET (J1):
1 and 2 short: Check the status of VCONN_DET (J1) to decide whether to respond to SOP’ or
SOP”.
1 and 2 open: Do not check the status of VCONN_DET (J1) and respond to SOP’ only.
Open
J3
J4
J7
J11
Debug Headers
J12 (for U1
device)
and
J13 (for U2
device)
Pin 1: Ux_GPIO_P4.3
Pin 2: Ux_GPIO_P2.6
Pin 3: Ux_GPIO_P4.2
Pin 4: Ux_GPIO_P2.5
Pin 5: Ux_GPIO_P0.5
Pin 6: Ux_I2C_SDA
Pin 7: Ux_GPIO_P0.6
Pin 8: Ux_I2C_SCL
Pin 9: Ux_GPIO_P3.4
Pin 10: Ux_GPIO_P1.7
Pin 11: Ux_GPIO_P3.1
Pin 12: NC
Pin 13: Ux_GPIO_P1.6
Pin 14: NC
Pin 15: Ux_GPIO_P3.0
Pin 16: Ux_TXEN_P0.2`
Pin 17: Ux_GPIO_P2.7
Pin 18: GND
NA
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6.2.1 SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration
This configuration is the factory default setting, as shown in Figure 6-2. In this configuration, only one CCG1 device (U1) is
connected to the CC line and VCONN (power). U2 is disconnected from both CC line and VCONN. The CCG1 EMCA board
communicates with the DFP through SOP’ packets only. Figure 6-3 and Table 6-2 show the jumper settings for this
configuration. In this configuration, the VCONN signal must route through the cable.
Figure 6-2. SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration Block Diagram
Super Speed & High Speed Lines
CC
VCONN
VCONN
J14 – Type-C
Connector
VBUS
CC
J1 – Type-C
Connector
Ground
U1
CCG1
U2
CCG1
Figure 6-3. Jumper Settings for SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration
Table 6-2. Jumper Settings for SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration
Jumper No.
Jumper Settings for SOP’ One-Chip/Cable Configuration
J2
2 and 3 short
J3
1 and 2 short
J4, J7, J10, J11
Open
J5
1 and 2 short
J6
1 and 2 short
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6.2.2 SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
This configuration allows either of the CCG1 devices to communicate with SOP’ packets, depending on which Type-C
connector provides VCONN. Figure 6-4 shows the block diagram of this configuration. If VCONN is available at the J1
Type-C connector, the U1 CCG1 device will communicate via SOP’ packets and the U2 CCG1 device will not be powered.
Similarly, if VCONN is available at the J14 Type-C connector, the U2 CCG1 device will communicate via SOP’ packets and
the U1 CCG1 device will not be powered. Figure 6-5 and Table 6-3 show the jumper settings for this configuration. In this
configuration, VCONN does not need to route through the cable.
Figure 6-4. SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration Block Diagram
J1 – Type-C
Connector
VBUS
Super Speed & High Speed Lines
CC
VCONN_2
U1
CCG1
CC
CC
VCONN_1
J14 – Type-C
Connector
Ground
U2
CCG1
Figure 6-5. Jumper Settings for SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
Table 6-3. Jumper Settings for SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
Jumper No.
Jumper Settings for SOP’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
J2, J3, J4, J5
1 and 2 short
J6
2 and 3 short
J7
2 and 3 short
J10
Open
J11
1 and 2 short
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6.2.3 SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
In this configuration, one of the CCG1 devices communicates with SOP’ packets, and the other communicates with SOP’’
packets. Figure 6-6 shows the block diagram. In this configuration, one of the CCG1 devices detects the availability of
VCONN; the CCG1 device that detects VCONN will communicate with SOP’ packets. The CCG1 device that does not
detect VCONN will communicate with SOP’’ packets. For example, in Figure 6-6, if the U1 CCG1 detects that VCONN is
available at the J1 Type-C connector, the U1 CCG1 will communicate with SOP’ packets and the U2 CCG1 will
communicate with SOP’’ packets. Figure 6-7 and Table 6-4 show the jumper settings for this configuration.
Figure 6-6. SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration Block Diagram
Super Speed & High Speed Lines
CC
VCONN_DET
U1
CCG1
U2
CCG1
VCONN_DET
VCONN
CC
VCONN
J14 – Type-C
Connector
VBUS
CC
J1 – Type-C
Connector
Ground
Figure 6-7. Jumper Settings for SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
Table 6-4. Jumper Settings for SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
Jumper No.
Jumper Settings for SOP’/SOP’’ Two-Chip/Cable Configuration
J2
1 and 2 short
J3
1 and 2 short
J4
1 and 2 short
J5
1 and 2 short
J6
1 and 2 short
J7
1 and 2 short
J10
1 and 2 short
J11
1 and 2 short
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7. Kit Operation for SuperSpeed USB
Demonstration
This chapter describes how to configure the CY4501 CCG1 DVK host, client, and EMCA boards, connect them, and
demonstrate operation and functionality as a SuperSpeed USB cable. It provides details about connecting a host (PC) to a
client (USB drive) through the CY4501 CCG1 DVK boards, also referred to as the “SuperSpeed USB demo” in this kit
guide.
7.1 SuperSpeed USB Demo
The SuperSpeed USB demo is a full end-to-end demo that demonstrates the following:

Type-C connectivity between the DFP (host) and UFP (client)

Reversibility of the Type-C cable.
7.2 Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed
The following items are needed to perform this demo:

USB Host Device (example: PC)

CCG1 host board

CCG1 client board

CCG1 EMCA board

SuperSpeed USB Type-A to Type-B cable for powering host board

USB 2.0 Type-A to Mini-B cable for powering client board

USB flash or disc drive (not provided with the kit. It is recommended to use a SuperSpeed USB flash drive)
7.3 Running the SuperSpeed USB Demo
1.
Use the default jumper settings shown in Figure 7-1, Figure 7-2, and Figure 7-3 to configure the CY4501 CCG1 host,
client, and EMCA boards.
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Figure 7-1. Host Board Jumper Settings for SuperSpeed USB Demo
Figure 7-2. Client Board Jumper Settings for SuperSpeed USB Demo
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Figure 7-3. EMCA Cable Board Jumper Settings for SuperSpeed USB Demo
2.
Program the CCG1 device on the host board using the hex file Host_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location:
<Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Device on
CCG1 Host Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
Note: The CCG1 devices on all three boards are pre-programmed with the latest hex files during manufacture.
Therefore, these programming steps are only necessary if newer hex files are available or if the CCG1 devices on
either of the boards have been programmed with other firmware.
Note: The default Install Directory is: C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and is
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
3.
Supply 5 V to the host board by connecting the SuperSpeed USB connector (J12) to a USB power supply using a
SuperSpeed USB cable. Ensure that jumper J4 is positioned such that pins 2 and 5 are shorted. LED1 on the host
board will glow after supplying 5 V.
4.
Program the CCG1 device on the client board using the hex file Client_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following
location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow the instructions in Programming the CCG1
Device on CCG1 Client Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
5.
Supply 5 V to the client board by connecting the USB Mini-B connector (J7) to a USB power supply using a USB Mini-B
cable. Ensure that jumper J11 is positioned such that pins 2 and 4 are shorted. LED2 on the client board will glow after
supplying 5 V.
6.
Program the CCG1 devices on the EMCA board using the hex file EMCA_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following
location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow the instructions in Programming the CCG1
Devices on CCG1 EMCA Board to program the CCG1 devices on the board.
7.
Connect the boards and cables as shown in Figure 7-4. Ensure that the USB drive is inserted into the CCG1 client
board as the last connection.
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Figure 7-4. Setup of SuperSpeed USB Demo Using CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards
8.
Observe that the USB drive connected on the client board enumerates on the PC that is plugged into the host board
through the connections of the EMCA board and Type-B cable. Verify functionality by accessing (adding/deleting) files
on the connected USB drive from the PC.
9.
Disconnect the USB drive from the client board. After that, disconnect the EMCA board from its connections to the host
and client boards. Flip the EMCA board 180° and re-connect it to the host and client boards as shown in Figure 7-5.
Figure 7-5. Continuation of Setup for SuperSpeed Demo Using CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards
10. Observe that the USB drive connected on the client board still enumerates on the PC that is plugged into the host
board. Verify functionality by accessing (adding/deleting) files on the connected USB drive through the PC.
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7.4 Explanation of Functionality
By flipping over the CCG1 EMCA board and re-connecting to the setup, we have reversed the order of the 4 channels from
the original setup. This demonstrates functionality in a use case scenario where a Type-C cable is connected between the
host and client with the ends reversed. The reverse order will not affect the enumeration process due to the reversible
characteristics of Type-C cables.
7.5 Common Problems and Troubleshooting
If the demo is not functional, follow these guidelines to troubleshoot.
1. Ensure that the host and client boards are powered by verifying that LED1 on CCG1 host board and LED2 on CCG1
client board are on.
2. Ensure that the VBUS from the host is delivered to the client by observing that LED adjacent to the Type-C receptacle
(LED5) on the client board is lit.
3. Ensure that all connections are completely mated.
4. If the SuperSpeed USB device does not enumerate as expected on the PC, unplug the device and then plug it back in. It
should enumerate as a SuperSpeed USB device this time.
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8. Kit Operation for DisplayPort
Demonstration
This chapter describes how to configure the CY4501 CCG1 DVK host, client, and EMCA boards, connect them, and
demonstrate operation and functionality. It provides details about connecting a host (PC) to a client (display monitor)
through the CY4501 CCG1 DVK boards, also referred to as the “DisplayPort Alternate Mode demo” in this kit guide.
8.1 DisplayPort Alternate Mode Demo
The DisplayPort Alternate Mode demo is a full end-to-end demo that demonstrates the following:

Type-C connectivity between the DFP (host) and UFP (client)

USB PD Alternate Mode (for DisplayPort): Delivers 4-lane DisplayPort video from the host board to the client board,
while simultaneously supporting the delivery of USB 2.0 data from a client to the host (using a thumb drive).
8.2 Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed
The following items are needed to perform this demo:

DisplayPort video source (example: PC)

DisplayPort monitor

CCG1 host board

CCG1 client board

CCG1 EMCA board

DisplayPort cable that connects the host board to the PC. If the PC has a Mini DisplayPort plug, use the Mini
DisplayPort to DisplayPort cable (DisplayPort cables are not provided with the kit. See List of Recommended section)

DisplayPort cable that connects the client board to the monitor (not provided with the kit. See List of Recommended
section)

SuperSpeed USB Type-A to Type-B cable for powering host board

USB 2.0 Type-A to Mini-B cable for powering client board

USB drive (not provided with the kit)
8.3 Running the DisplayPort Alternate Mode Demo
1.
2.
Use the default jumper settings shown in Figure 7-1, Figure 7-2, and Figure 7-3 to configure the CY4501 CCG1 DVK
host, client, and EMCA cable boards.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 device on the host board was not programmed as per step 2 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 device on the host board using the hex file
Host_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Host Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
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Note: the default Install Directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and is
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
3.
Supply 5 V to the host board by connecting the SuperSpeed USB connector (J12) to a USB power supply using a
SuperSpeed USB cable.
4.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 device on client board was not programmed as per step 4 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 device on the client board using the hex file
Client_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Client Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
5.
Supply 5 V to the client board by connecting the USB Mini-B connector (J7) to a USB power supply using a USB 2.0
Type-A to Mini-B cable.
6.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 devices on EMCA board were not programmed as per step 6 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 devices on the EMCA board using the hex file
EMCA_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Devices on CCG1 EMCA Board to program the CCG1 devices on the
board.
7.
Connect the boards and cables as shown in Figure 8-1. Ensure that the monitor used supports a DisplayPort interface.
Also, avoid using any adapters (DisplayPort to HDMI or DisplayPort to VGA) to connect to monitors that do not have a
built-in DisplayPort interface. These adapters do not provide a hot plug detect (HPD) trigger signal on the DisplayPort
interface, which is required for this demo to work.
Figure 8-1. Setup of DisplayPort Demo Using CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards
USB SS Type-A to
Type-B cable
CCG1 Client Board
CCG1 EMCA Board
DisplayPort
Cable
DisplayPort
Cable
CCG1 Host Board
USB Flash Drive
5 V Power
(Mini USB Cable)
8.
Observe that the DisplayPort video is transferred from the host to the client (from the PC via the high-speed
multiplexers controlled by the host CCG1, the Type-C to Type-C EMCA board, and the high-speed multiplexers
controlled by the client CCG1) and then displayed on the monitor. Also observe that the USB flash drive plugged into
the client board enumerates on the PC that is plugged into the host board through the Type-B cable.
8.4 Common Problems and Troubleshooting
If the demo is not functional, follow these guidelines to troubleshoot.
1.
Ensure that the host and client boards are powered by verifying that LED1 on CCG1 host board and LED2 on CCG1
client board are on. Also ensure that these boards are powered before connecting the DisplayPort cables.
2.
Ensure that the VBUS from the host is delivered to the client by observing that the LED adjacent to the Type-C
receptacle (LED5) on the client board is lit.
3.
Ensure that all connections are completely mated.
4.
Ensure that the monitor has native DisplayPort support.
5.
If the PC video is not displayed on the monitor, assert and release the reset button on both the host and client boards
(SW2).
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9. Kit Operation for Power Delivery
Demonstration
This chapter describes how to configure the CY4501 CCG1 DVK host, client, and EMCA boards, connect them, and
demonstrate operation and functionality for power delivery. It provides details about connecting a host (PC) to a client
(display monitor) through the CY4501 CCG1 DVK boards and toggling power between 5V, 9V, 15V or 20V from the client
end. This is also referred to as the “Power Delivery demo” in this kit guide.
9.1 Power Delivery Demo
The Power Delivery demo is a full end-to-end demo that demonstrates the following:

Type-C connectivity between the DFP (host) and UFP (client)

USB PD Functionality: Delivers the requested amount of power to the host from the client. The requests are sent by the
host by pressing switch SW1 on the CCG1 host board.
9.2 Boards, Cables, and Accessories Needed
The following items are needed to perform this demo:

CCG1 host board

CCG1 client board

CCG1 EMCA board

SuperSpeed USB Type-A to Type-B cable for powering host board

One Power Supply with 24 V, 120W output (not provided with the kit. See List of Recommended section)

One multimeter to measure voltage (not provided with the kit. Use a standard multimeter for voltage measurement)
9.3 Running the Power Delivery Demo
1.
2.
Use the default jumper settings shown in Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-3 to configure the CY4501 CCG1 DVK host and
EMCA boards.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 device on the host board was not programmed as per step 2 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 device on the host board using the hex file
Host_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Host Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
Note: The default Install Directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
3.
Supply 5 V to the host board by connecting the SuperSpeed USB connector (J12) to a USB power supply using a
SuperSpeed USB cable.
4.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 device on client board was not programmed as per step 4 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 device on the client board using the hex file
Client_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Client Board to program the CCG1 device on the board.
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5.
Perform this step only if the CCG1 devices on EMCA board were not programmed as per step 6 in Kit Operation for
SuperSpeed USB Demonstration. Program the CCG1 devices on the EMCA board using the hex file
EMCA_DisplayPortDemo.hex from the following location: <Install Directory>\CY4501 CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\. Follow
the instructions in Programming the CCG1 Devices on CCG1 EMCA Board to program the CCG1 devices on the
board.
6.
Ensure that pins 2 and 3 of jumper J11 on the CCG1 client board are shorted and pins 5 & 6 and 7 & 8 of jumper J3
are shorted. Use the default jumper settings shown in Figure 7-2 for all other jumpers on CCG1 client board.
7.
Connect the boards and cables as shown in Figure 9-1. Ensure that the 5 V power is provided to the host board before
the 24 V supply is provided to the client board. Supply 24 V to the client board by connecting a 24 V power supply to J1
terminal of the client board.
Figure 9-1. Setup of Power Delivery Demo Using CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards
Output Power
Measurement
CCG1 Client Board
CCG1 EMCA Board
CCG1 Host Board
24 V, 120 W Power
Supply
8.
Connect a digital multimeter to jumper J1 of the host board to measure the output voltage. Press and release the SW1
switch on the host board. Observed output voltage will either be 5V, 9V, 15V or 20V. This output voltage will change
and keep toggling every time switch SW1 is pressed on the host board. This demonstrates normal operation of the
Power Delivery demo.
9.
It is possible to perform DisplayPort, USB data transaction and power delivery – all at the same time. As an optional
step, repeat the steps in Kit Operation for SuperSpeed USB Demonstration to observe USB data transfer.
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9.4 Common Problems and Troubleshooting
If the demo is not functional, follow these guidelines to troubleshoot.
1.
Ensure that the host and client boards are powered by verifying that LED1 on CCG1 host board and LED2 on CCG1
client board are on.
2.
Ensure that the VBUS from the host is delivered to the client by observing that LED adjacent to the Type-C receptacle
(LED5) on the client board is lit.
3.
Ensure that the jumper connections are the same as shown in Figure 7-1 and Figure 7-3 for the host and EMCA boards
respectively.
4.
Ensure that 24 V power on the client board is provided with the correct polarity.
5.
Ensure that all connections are completely mated.
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10. Programming CCG1 Devices on
CY4501 CCG1 DVK Boards
The CY4501 CCG1 DVK comes preprogrammed with all CCG1 devices on the host, client, and EMCA boards programmed
with the latest hex files. However, if there is need to reprogram any of the boards, follow the steps in this chapter.
10.1 Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Host Board
The steps to update firmware running on the CCG1 device of the host board are as follows:
1.
If the kit installation is not performed yet, or was not performed recently, install the latest version of PSoC Programmer
software by downloading and installing the latest kit setup file CY4501 CCG1 DVK COMPLETE SETUP from the website
www.cypress.com/go/CY4501.
2.
Ensure that pins 1 and 2 of jumper J4 on CCG1 host board are shorted.
3.
Connect the USB Mini cable from the PC to the Mini-B receptacle on the MiniProg3 Rev*B device provided with the
CY4501 CCG1 DVK as shown in Figure 10-1. Connect the 5-pin header of the MiniProg3 device to connector J5 of
host board.
Figure 10-1. Connecting MiniProg3 Rev*B Programmer to CCG1 Host Board
4.
Open PSoC Programmer and note the enumeration of MiniProg3/xxxxx. In the Port Selection window, select the
newly enumerated “MiniProg3.” A blue dot should appear, indicating the selection, as shown in Figure 10-2.
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Figure 10-2. PSoC Programmer Settings for Programming CCG1 Devices on CY4501 CCG1 Host, Client, and EMCA
Boards
File Load
5.
6.
Program
Power
Check the following settings in the PSoC Programmer window. They should be the same as shown in Figure 10-2.

Programming Mode: Reset

Verification: On

AutoDetection: On

Protocol: SWD

Voltage: 5.0 V

Connector: 5p

Clock Speed: 1.6 MHz (default)
Load the new firmware (hex file) by choosing File > File Load. Browse to the location <Install Directory>\CY4501
CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\ and select the file Host_DisplayPortDemo.hex.
Note: The default Install Directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and is
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
7.
Click the toggle power button in PSoC Programmer to ensure that the MiniProg3 device is delivering power to the
target. The red LED on the MiniProg3 device should be turned on and Power should be seen in a green box at the
bottom right corner of the PSoC Programmer window as shown in Figure 10-2.
8.
Program the new firmware by choosing File > Program.
9.
When programming is complete, the message “Programming Succeeded” will appear in the Actions/Results tab of
PSoC Programmer.
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10. Disconnect the MiniProg3 from the board and then change the CCG1 host board’s jumper J4’s settings such that pins
2 and 5 of jumper J4 are now shorted.
10.2 Programming the CCG1 Device on CCG1 Client Board
The steps to update firmware running on the CCG1 device of the client board are as follows:
1.
If the kit installation is not performed yet, or was not performed recently, install the latest version of PSoC Programmer
software by downloading and installing the latest kit setup file CY4501 CCG1 DVK COMPLETE SETUP from website
www.cypress.com/go/CY4501.
2.
Ensure that pins 1 and 2 of jumper J11 on CCG1 client board are shorted.
3.
Connect the USB Mini cable from the PC to the Mini-B receptacle on the MiniProg3 Rev*B device provided with the
CY4501 CCG1 DVK as shown in Figure 10-3. Connect the 5-pin header of the MiniProg3 device to connector J8 of
client board.
Figure 10-3. Connecting MiniProg3 Rev*B Programmer to CCG1 Client Board
4.
Open PSoC Programmer and note the enumeration of MiniProg3/xxxxx. In the Port Selection window, select the
newly enumerated “MiniProg3.” A blue dot should appear, indicating the selection, as shown in Figure 10-2.
5.
Check the following settings in the PSoC Programmer window. They should be the same as those shown in Figure
10-2.
6.

Programming Mode: Reset

Verification: On

AutoDetection: On

Protocol: SWD

Voltage: 5.0 V

Connector: 5p

Clock Speed: 1.6MHz (default)
Load the new firmware (hex file) by choosing File > File Load. Browse to the location <Install Directory>\CY4501
CCG1 DVK\1.0\Hex Files\ and select the file Client_DisplayPortDemo.hex.
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Note: The default Install Directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and is
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
7.
Click the toggle power button in PSoC Programmer to ensure that the MiniProg3 device is delivering power to the
target. The red LED on the MiniProg3 device should be turned on and Power should be seen in a green box at the
bottom right corner of the PSoC Programmer window as shown in Figure 10-2.
8.
Program the new firmware by choosing File > Program.
9.
Once programming is complete, the message “Programming Succeeded” will appear in the Actions/Results tab of
PSoC Programmer.
10. Disconnect the MiniProg3 from the board and then change the CCG1 client board’s jumper J11’s settings such that
pins 2 and 4 of jumper J11 are now shorted.
10.3 Programming the CCG1 Devices on CCG1 EMCA Board
The steps to update firmware running on the CCG1 devices of the EMCA board are as follows:
1.
If the kit installation is not performed yet, or was not performed recently, install the latest version of PSoC Programmer
software by downloading and installing the latest kit setup file CY4501 CCG1 DVK COMPLETE SETUP from the website:
www.cypress.com/go/CY4501.
2.
Connect the USB Mini cable from the PC to the Mini-B receptacle on the MiniProg3 Rev*B device provided with the
CY4501 CCG1 DVK as shown in Figure 10-4. Connect the 5-pin header of the MiniProg3 device to connector J8 of
EMCA cable board (this will program the CCG1 device U1).
Figure 10-4. Connecting Miniprog3 Rev*B Programmer to CCG1 EMCA Board
3.
Open PSoC Programmer and note the enumeration of MiniProg3/xxxxx. In the Port Selection window, select the
newly enumerated “MiniProg3.” A blue dot should appear, indicating the selection, as shown in Figure 10-2.
4.
Check the following settings in the PSoC Programmer window. They should be the same as those shown in Figure
10-2.
5.

Programming Mode: Reset

Verification: On

AutoDetection: On

Protocol: SWD

Voltage = 5.0 V

Connector: 5p

Clock Speed = 1.6 MHz (default)
Load the new firmware (hex file) by choosing File > File Load. Browse to the location <Install Directory>\CY4501
DVK\1.0\Hex Files\ and select the file EMCA_DisplayPortDemo.hex.
Note: The default Install Directory is C:\Program Files (x86)\Cypress for 64-bit Windows operating systems and is
C:\Program Files\Cypress for 32-bit Windows operating systems.
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6.
Click the toggle power button in PSoC Programmer to ensure that the MiniProg3 device is delivering power to the
target. The red LED on the MiniProg3 device should be turned on and Power should be seen in a green box at the
bottom right corner of the PSoC Programmer window as shown in Figure 10-2.
7.
Program the new firmware by choosing File > Program.
8.
Once programming is complete, the message “Programming Succeeded” will appear in the Actions/Results tab of
PSoC Programmer.
9. To program the other CCG1 device U2, connect the MiniProg3 device to connector J9 of the CCG1 EMCA board and
then repeat steps 4 to 8.
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11. Appendix A: Terminology
This guide assumes that the user of the CCG1 board is familiar with the fundamentals of Type-C connectivity and the USB
Power Delivery protocol.

Alternate Modes: A feature of a USB Type-C system whereby one or both of the SuperSpeed lanes may be repurposed
for use with a different serial protocol such as a DisplayPort, eSATA, or Thunderbolt.

Client: A USB peripheral such as a hub, docking station, or monitor.

Configuration channel (CC): A USB Type-C bus wire used to transmit protocol signals. This is a half-duplex 300-kHz
signal.

Consumer: A Type-C port that sinks power from VBUS.

DisplayPort: A digital display interface standard developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association. It is used
primarily to connect a video source to a display such as a computer monitor.

Downstream facing port (DFP): A USB Type-C port on a host or a hub to which devices are connected.

Dp, Dn: USB Type-C bus wires used to transmit and receive USB 2.0 data.

Dual-role port (DRP): A USB Type-C port that can operate as either a DFP or a UFP.

Electronically Marked Cable Assembly (EMCA): A USB cable that includes an IC that reports cable characteristics
(such as current rating) to the Type-C ports.
USB3.0 Type-C Receptacle
USB3.0 Type-C Plug
GND
RX1p
RX1n
VBUS
SBU2
VCONN
VBUS
TX2n
TX2p
GND
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
GND
TX1p
TX1n
VBUS
CC1
Dp1
Dn1
SBU1
VBUS
RX2n
RX2p
GND
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
B12
B11
B10
B9
B8
B7
B6
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1
GND
RX1p
RX1n
VBUS
SBU2
Dn2
Dp2
CC2
VBUS
TX2n
TX2p
GND
2.4mm
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
GND
TX1p
TX1n
VBUS
CC
Dp
Dn
SBU1
VBUS
RX2n
RX2p
GND
2.5mm

Host: A USB Host system such as a PC, notebook, laptop, and so on.

Provider: A Type-C port that sources power over VBUS.

Sideband use (SBU): A USB Type-C bus wire used for non-USB control signals, such as DisplayPort control signals.

Type-C Transceiver: A transmitter/receiver that communicates over the CC.

TX1p, TX1n, RX1p, RX1n, TX2p, TX2n, RX2p, and RX2n: USB Type-C bus wires used to transmit and receive
SuperSpeed USB and PCIe or DisplayPort data.

Upstream facing port (UFP): A USB Type-C port on a device or a hub that connects to a host or the DFP of a hub.

USB Power Delivery (USB PD, PD): A new USB standard that increases maximum power delivery over USB from 7.5
W to 100 W.

USB Type-C (Type-C): A new standard with a slimmer USB connector and a reversible cable, capable of sourcing up
to 100 W of power and supporting Alternate Modes.

VBUS: A USB Type-C bus wire used for power; initially 5 V, but increased up to 20 V on USB PD systems.

VCONN: A USB Type-C bus wire used to power the IC in the EMCA.
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Revision History
Document Revision History
Document Title: CY4501 CCG1 Development Kit Guide
Document Number: 001-96785
Revision
Issue Date
Origin of
Description of Change
Change
**
04/24/2015
VGT
New development kit guide.
*A
05/07/2015
VGT
Updated board images.
*B
05/20/2015
VGT
Updated jumper definitions for figures and tables in Chapters 3, 4, 5, Updated images for
chapters 6,7,8 and 9, Deleted chapter 10.
*C
05/28/2015
VGT
Updated board images to Rev5 host and client boards for chapters 3 thru 9, incorporated OOB
feedback from GJL, BHAT, closed documentation CDTs – 211468, 211566.
*D
06/02/2015
VGT
Updated Figure 9-2, removed errors in Table 5-1, fixed other miscalleneous errors thru the
document.
*E
04/01/2016
VGT
Updated voltage from (5V,12V,13V or 20V ) to (5V,9V,15V or 20V) in pages 33 and 34.
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