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Universal Power Adapter for Mobile Devices

The Universal Power Adapter for Mobile Devices (UPAMDTM) standard defines a power delivery connection between a power adapter and a power using device in the 10 Watt to <240 Watt range. A communications link between the power adapter and the mobile power using device is also defined. The communications may be used to coordinate the power delivery and provide identification between the power adapter and the power using device. While intended for portable computing and entertainment devices, this standard may also be used with other mobile devices in use around the office, home or vehicle.

 

The UPAMDTM standard creates a common interconnect for power delivery in the 10W to <240W power range to portable and fixed devices. This standard supports more universal use and reuse of power adapters replacing brand specific and model specific power adapters. The UPAMDTM adapter system may be usable in portable computing and entertainment systems, security, household and office equipment within the power range. Universality and reuse are among the primary driving factors. Communications may support the adaption of the powered device performance to the power available.

 

 

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