I am trying to desing extension board with USB 3.1 gen 1 Type C in DFP (host) role.
To support the flipping of the connector I chose PI5USB30213A. I planned to use default voltage and current configuration - 5V 0.9 A with no PD or 1.5 A etc. PI5USB30213A just muxing high speed lines and configure CC lines.
In the typical application circuit I saw that I need a "DFP mode charging circuit ". In TI's A primer on USB Type-C ® and USB Power Delivery Applications and Requirements I saw that I need a 5V VBUS FET to switch on 5V rail when some device is plugged.
PI5USB30213A has ID pin with description:
open drain output. Asserted low then CC pin detected device attachment when port is a Host, otherwise ID is hi-z.
Can I simply connect VBUS on main 5V from main board (and some capasitor around connector) or do I need a FET (can you advise some?) to commutate 5V to VBUS pins?