Standard downstream port (SDP)
– This is a computer USB port capable of USB 1.1 (100 mA), USB 2.0 (100/500 mA), or USB 3.0 (150/900 mA). D+ and Dare independently pulled down in the host with a 14.25 kΩ–24.8 kΩ resistance.
Charging downstream port (CDP)
– This is typically a powered USB hub capable of 1.5 A.
Dedicated charging port (DCP)
– This is a standard wall charger capable of at least 500 mA. D+ and D- are shorted in the wall adapter with a maximum
resistance of 200 Ω. SCHG defaults to high current mode and runs automatic input current limiting (AICL).
Other charging port (not covered by USB charging specification 1.2)
– This is a nonstandard charger with a proprietary D+/D- configuration. Typically, these chargers have similar current
capability to normal DCPs. D+ and D- are connected to Vbus via a resistor divider, which causes them to be at specific fixed