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SAE USCAR-30 - PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS (USB) CONNECTION SYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 2006-11-01
Description: All suppliers of USB automotive assemblies must use certified USB 2.0 components (ie. USB mini-B receptacle, standard A stainless steel receptacle or equivalent ruggedized receptacle, mini B plug).
DS/EN 62680-1-3 - UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS INTERFACES FOR DATA AND POWER – PART 1-3: UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS INTERFACES – COMMON COMPONENTS – USB TYPE-CTM CABLE AND CONNECTOR SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2016-11-28
Description: IEC 62680-1-3:2016(E) defines the USB Type-C™ receptacles, plug and cables. It defines a new receptacle, plug, cable and detection mechanisms that are compatible with existing USB interface electrical and functional specifications.
IEC 62680-1-3 - UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS INTERFACES FOR DATA AND POWER - PART 1-3: UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS INTERFACES - COMMON COMPONENTS - USB TYPE-CTM CABLE AND CONNECTOR SPECIFICATION - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-08-01
Description: Purpose This specification defines the USB Type-C™ receptacles, plug and cables. The USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification is guided by the following principles: • Enable new and exciting host and device form-factors where size, industrial design and style are important parameters • Work seamlessly with existing USB host and device silicon solutions • Enhance ease of use for connecting USB devices with a focus on minimizing user confusion for plug and cable orientation The USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification defines a new receptacle, plug, cable and detection mechanisms that are compatible with existing USB interface electrical and functional specifications.
AIAA S-133-9 - SPACE PLUG-AND-PLAY ARCHITECTURE STANDARD SPACEWIRE SUBNET ADAPTATION Organization: AIAA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: To date, SPA common messaging has been bridged to several transport flavors, including USB, SpaceWire, and I2C. Research is in progress to develop the standard for optical transport as well.
CSA C872 - POWER CONSUMPTION OF SMALL NETWORK EQUIPMENT (SNE) - FIRST EDITION; UPDATE NO. 1: JUNE 2015 Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: The following products are not covered by this Standard: a) network equipment capable of accepting interchangeable modules, such as line cards or additional power supplies; b) network equipment with one or more network ports using pluggable or modular media adapters such as Gigabit Interface Convertor (GBIC) or Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) modules. This does not include USB ports; c) network equipment whose primary wireless capability is not IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi); d) network equipment that receive direct dc power (PoE, USB) or provide power through PoE; e) large network equipment; and f) network equipment that is marketed and sold as enterprise network equipment and can be controlled and configured for operation by an external controller.
UL 2056 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE FOR INVESTIGATION SAFETY OF POWER BANKS - ISSUE 2 Organization: UL
Date: 2015-11-03
Description: These requirements cover power banks, sometimes also known as portable USB chargers or portable back-up battery power, which are standalone devices that incorporate batteries for mobile powering of low voltage electronic devices.
UL 1449 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICES - FOURTH EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 17, 2016 Organization: UL
Date: 2014-08-20
Description:   A Type 3 SPD may employ additional low voltage supplementary circuitry to power a USB charger.  A cord-connected or direct plug-in Type 3 SPD may employ a replaceable or non-replaceable rechargeable battery to power a USB output circuit.
CSA C381.2 - TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF BATTERY-CHARGING SYSTEMS - SECOND EDITION; INCLUDES ERRATA: MAY 2015 Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: This Standard covers the test requirements used to measure battery charger energy consumption for battery chargers intended to be operated from 115 V ac, 60 Hz line voltage connected by plug to wall receptacles or existing dc sources (such as automotive power jacks or USB ports).
UL 2743 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY PORTABLE POWER PACKS - FIRST EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2016-10-14
Description: Power packs shall be provided with one or more of the input options as shown below: a) Cord and plug connection, rated at 240 V ac maximum, to and/or 60 Hz; b) Photovoltaic panel or device with inverter; c) Vehicle adapter, rated 12 V dc maximum; or d) USB input port (can also act as output port). Power packs covered by this outline shall be provided with one or more of the following outputs, with the exception that one of the outputs in items (a) – (c) are provided as a minimum: a) Booster cables to provide a temporary power source to a depleted land vehicle battery, rated 24 V maximum, to provide emergency starting power or recharging of the external vehicle battery; b) One or more receptacles, each rated no more than 125 V ac, 15 A; c) DC output connectors rated 24 V dc maximum; or d) Standard USB port outputs.
UL 2743 OUTLINE - UL OUTLINE FOR INVESTIGATION PORTABLE POWER PACKS - ISSUE 4 Organization: UL
Date: 2016-01-08
Description: Power packs covered by this outline shall be provided with one or more of the following outputs, with the exception that one of the outputs in items (a) – (c) are provided as a minimum: a) Booster cables to provide a temporary power source to a depleted land vehicle battery, rated 12 or 24 V, to provide emergency starting power or recharging of the external vehicle battery; b) One or more receptacles, each rated no more than 125 V ac, 15 A; c) DC output connectors rated 24 V dc maximum; or d) Standard USB port outputs. With reference to 1.3, power packs may also be provided with additional systems such as an air compressor (tankless type) for inflating tires or other inflatable items, or with a light to act as warning lights to oncoming traffic, as a flashlight, or the like.

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