SLVAF82A November   2021  – August 2022 ESD122 , ESD321 , ESD401 , ESDS312 , HD3SS3220 , TPD1E01B04 , TPD1E01B04-Q1 , TPD1E05U06 , TPD1E05U06-Q1 , TPD1E0B04 , TPD1E10B06 , TPD1E10B06-Q1 , TPD1E1B04 , TPD1E6B06 , TPD4E02B04 , TPD4E02B04-Q1 , TPD6E05U06 , TPS65982 , TPS65994AD , TUSB211 , TUSB3410 , TUSB4020BI , TUSB4041I , TUSB8041 , TVS0500 , TVS1400 , TVS1800 , TVS2200

 

  1.   Abstract
  2.   Trademarks
  3. 1USB 2.0 Circuit Protection
    1. 1.1 Description
    2. 1.2 Data Line Protection
    3. 1.3 Power Line Protection
  4. 2USB 3.2 Circuit Protection
    1. 2.1 Description
    2. 2.2 Data Line Protection
  5. 3USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) Surge Protection
    1. 3.1 Introduction
    2. 3.2 VBUS Protection
  6. 4USB Type-C® Protection
    1. 4.1 Introduction
    2. 4.2 CC and SBU Line ESD Protection
  7. 5References
  8. 6Revision History

Abstract

The Universal Serial Bus (USB) industry standard specifies connection, communication, and power supply between computers and peripherals. There are several different variations of USB hardware with the most common currently being USB 2.0 and USB 3.2. USB Type-C® has a 24-pin connector that can support USB 3.2, DisplayPort, HDMI, and other alternative modes. It also supports the USB Power Delivery (USB-PB) standard that allows for increased power transmission over USB.