A 16-pin QFN MCU for mobile USB-C connectors

A 16-pin QFN MCU for mobile USB-C connectors

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Microchip has added the UTC2000 USB-C controller to its portfolio of USB devices, promising designers a simple and quick implementation for what could become a "universal" supporting data transfer speeds of up to 10Gbp.
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Housed in a 16-pin QFN package, the UTC2000 controller’s small form factor also enables the deployment of USB-C connectors in mobile applications, it supports up to 15W of power. This is suitable for a wide range of applications in the consumer market such as notebooks, printers and accessories, docking stations, mobile devices and battery chargers; in the industrial market for computers and handheld devices; and in the automotive market for head units, break-out boxes and USB battery chargers; in addition to other applications.

The UTC2000 USB-C controller is supported by Microchip’s UTC2000 Evaluation Kit (EVK-UTC2000), a $99 package that enables designers to easily convert a traditional USB connector to type C for both UFP and DFP.

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