Thread Subject: 2.1.E Standard Connector - Contribution
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From: Jim Tobias
Date: Fri, Aug 17 2007 7:50 AM
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If a product has user interface connection capabilities, whether wired or
wireless, at least one connection must comply with publicly available
If users can control any product functionality through a non-standard
connection, they must also be able to control that functionality through a
standard connection for that type of input or output.
ADVISORY NOTE: If there are proprietary protocols in the terminal, so long
as the protocols are over a standard physical connection, cooperation
between E&IT vendors and AT vendors will make it possible for the devise to
be compatible with AT.
ADVISORY NOTE: if an adapter is required to convert a proprietary connector
on an E&IT device into a standard connector, it shall be the responsibility
of the E&IT vendor to provide the adapter.
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