Universal serial bus interfaces for data and power - Part 1-2: Common components - USB Power Delivery specification
USB Power Delivery is designed to operate independently of the existing USB bus defined mechanisms used to negotiate power which are:
- [USB 2.0], [USB 3.1]in band requests for high power interfaces.
- [USBBC 1.2]mechanisms for supplying higher power (not mandated by this specification).
- [USB Type-C 1.2]mechanisms for supplying higher power
|Publication type||International Standard|
|TC/SC||TC 100 - Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipmentrss|
|ICS||29.220 - Galvanic cells and batteries|
33.120 - Components and accessories for telecommunications equipment
35.200 - Interface and interconnection equipment
|File size||9781 KB|
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