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Dumbest USB PD sink controller

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jmw:
Looking for a low-cost & low-component count controller that can negotiate a voltage without a ┬ÁC; effectively using the type C connector as nothing more than a DC power jack. So far I've found Diodes' AP33771, which fits the bill: requested voltage settable by pull-up/down on 3 pins, no need to use a SPI or I2C bus to configure it, though a little annoying it lacks an integrated high-side switch. Any others?

thm_w:
https://www.lcsc.com/product-detail/USB-ICs_WCH-Jiangsu-Qin-Heng-CH224K_C970725.html
https://www.lcsc.com/product-detail/Interface-Specialized_INJOINIC-IP2721_C603176.html

some notes: https://hackaday.io/project/172187-ts100-flex-c-friend/log/179029-ip2721-version-built-but

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