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DESCRIPTION "This MIB module provides the management objects for the configuration and monitoring of the battery backup & UPS functionality for Cable compliant devices." ::= { clabCommonMibs 1 } -- Administrative assignments clabUpsNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 0 } clabUpsObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 1 } clabUpsConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 2 } -- Object Groups -- The object groups used in this MIB module are imported from -- the IETF RFC 1628, see the module compliance statement -- Conformance Statements clabUpsCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsConformance 1 } clabUpsGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsConformance 2 } clabUpsMibCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The compliance statement for Cable compliant devices that implement battery backup and UPS functionality." (...) OBJECT upsInputVoltage DESCRIPTION "The upsInputVoltage object MAY be supported." -- upsBasicOutputGroup OBJECT-GROUP -- OBJECTS { upsOutputSource, upsOutputFrequency, -- upsOutputNumLines, upsOutputVoltage } OBJECT upsOutputSource SYNTAX INTEGER { none(2), normal(3), battery(5) } DESCRIPTION "The devices capable of supporting battery backup and UPS functionality MUST support the upsOutputSource values of none(2), normal(3), battery(5). (...) The Cable devices capable of support battery backup and UPS functionality MUST support a maximum upsStartupAfterDelay value of 604800 seconds, equivalent to 7 days."
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Score: 2042155 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../j/j199/2006/CLAB-UPS-MIB.html
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DESCRIPTION "This MIB module provides the management objects for the configuration and monitoring of the battery backup & UPS functionality for Cable compliant devices." ::= { clabCommonMibs 1 } -- Administrative assignments clabUpsNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 0 } clabUpsObjects OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 1 } clabUpsConformance OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsMib 2 } -- Object Groups -- The object groups used in this MIB module are imported from -- the IETF RFC 1628, see the module compliance statement -- Conformance Statements clabUpsCompliances OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsConformance 1 } clabUpsGroups OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { clabUpsConformance 2 } clabUpsMibCompliance MODULE-COMPLIANCE STATUS current DESCRIPTION "The compliance statement for Cable compliant devices that implement battery backup and UPS functionality." (...) OBJECT upsInputVoltage DESCRIPTION "The upsInputVoltage object MAY be supported." -- upsBasicOutputGroup OBJECT-GROUP -- OBJECTS { upsOutputSource, upsOutputFrequency, -- upsOutputNumLines, upsOutputVoltage } OBJECT upsOutputSource SYNTAX INTEGER { none(2), normal(3), battery(5) } DESCRIPTION "The devices capable of supporting battery backup and UPS functionality MUST support the upsOutputSource values of none(2), normal(3), battery(5). (...) The Cable devices capable of support battery backup and UPS functionality MUST support a maximum upsStartupAfterDelay value of 604800 seconds, equivalent to 7 days."
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Score: 2042155 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...t/j/j199/2006/CLAB-UPS-MIB.mib
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The Optimal characteristic for Battery includes "Provides battery backup" in response to this point. (...) These characteristics have since been reviewed and harmonized into four distinct characteristics (Power Source, Battery, Voltage, and Power Consumption) in the final TPPs. • Power Source - This defines the desired power source for the device and can be broken down into the following categories: o Mains power - device must be plugged into a mains power source for use o Mains with battery backup - device must be plugged into a mains power source for use, however, in the case of a power failure, the device has a battery backup that can last a specified period of time o Mains with rechargeable battery - device has a rechargeable battery that operates both when the device is charged by a mains power source, or, when the device is plugged in (e.g., a mobile phone) o Battery is disposable and replaceable o No power required (i.e., disposable device) • Battery - This includes the length of time the rechargeable or disposable battery should function v1.2 Phototherapy Light Page 10 • Voltage - This specifies the preferred voltage conversion if the Power Source utilizes Mains Power. (...) • Recommendation to make to Characteristics 1. Battery backup: Optimal - provides battery backup internal to device; minimal – none 2.
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Score: 1837027.7 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/.../Phototherapy-Light-TPP-v1.pdf
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SAFT Stand 5141.10 France Pavilion SAFT 12 rue Sadi Carnot FR-93170 Bagnolet France Tel: +33 1 49 93 18 07 Fax: +33 1 49 93 19 64 Email: ibg.info@saftbatteries.com URL: www.saftbatteries.com SAFT - the advanced battery expert for evolving telecoms needs. SAFT is a world specialist in the design and manufacture of advanced batteries for industry. SAFT’s advanced Ni-Cd and Li-ion technologies enable us to provide power backup solutions optimized to meet specific needs. SAFT’s batteries deliver energy storage that ensures continuity of service for a wide variety of terminals, such as central offices, remote terminals, cellular base stations and hybrid sites.
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Score: 1766182 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...Exhibition%20catalogue_159.pdf
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The vast majority of these are nonrechargeable lithium metal cells. (Button cell batteries also are commonly referred to as “coin cells” and “coin cell batteries.”) (...) When installed in these devices, they are generally designed to provide backup power for real time clocks and BIOS configuration data. (...) For example, a notebook computer may contain a very small button cell battery on a circuit board and be packed with an 80 Watt-hour lithium ion battery.
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Score: 1724679.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2012/DGPWG.12.WP.051.2.en.pdf
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Thousands of fuel cell- battery hybrid systems are being deployed annually around the world in a range of applications in light-duty passenger vehicles, transit buses and heavy duty trucks, telecommunications backup systems, materials handling units including fork lifts and portable power/charging devices. (...) Fuel cells that meet the robust IEC safety standard, which includes requirements governing the interactions between the fuel cell system and the consumer electronic device, offer an enhanced level of safety over and above what is currently permitted as to a multitude of battery-powered power sources permitted on board aircraft today. 2.5 Part 8, Table 8-1, subparagraph h) prohibiting fuel cell types whose sole function is to charge a battery in the device, singles out fuel cell technologies compared to other sources of electrical power currently allowed to charge batteries, on board aircraft, such as power from batteries, aircraft electrical outlet, or other means. 2.6 Prohibiting fuel cell types that charge batteries in a device when the device is not in use, as required by Part 8, Table 8-1, subparagraph i), has been found to be confusing and subject to varying interpretations by dangerous goods air safety regulatory authorities and by the fuel cell industry. (...) CONSDERATION BY THE DGP 3.1 The DGP is invited to discuss and provide feedback on the potential removal or modification of the prohibition on fuel cell types whose sole function is to charge a battery in a device in subparagraph h). The DGP is also invited to discuss removal or modification of the requirement in subparagraph i) that fuel cells must be of a type that will not charge batteries when the portable electronic device is not in use.
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Score: 1709808.2 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ers/DGP.24.IP.002.2.Rev.en.pdf
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AMENDMENT OF SPECIAL PROVISION 172 AND 290 OF CHAPTER 3.3
A further problem exists, if the above mentioned items, in which two substances with different hazardous properties are implemented, contain lithium batteries. Examples - A device with a built-in memory and lithium battery as backup supply; - A lithium battery as support supply on a printed circuit board installed in a device; * 2020 (A/74/6 (Sect.20) and Supplementary, Subprogramme 2). (...) If the article contains one or more lithium batteries with, for lithium metal batteries, an aggregate lithium content of 2 g or less, and for lithium ion batteries, a Watt-hour rating of 100 Wh or less, the lithium battery mark (Figure 5.2.5) shall be affixed to the package or unpackaged article. If the article contains one or more lithium batteries with, for lithium metal batteries, an aggregate lithium content of more than 2 g and for lithium ion batteries, a Watt-hour rating of more than 100 Wh, the lithium battery label (5.2.2.1.2 No. 9A) shall be affixed to the package or unpackaged article.”
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Score: 1674147.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2020/63&Lang=E
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LITHIUM METAL BATTERY APPLICATIONS 3.1 Lithium metal batteries are used in a wide range of life-saving medical devices where they serve as the only power source. (...) In others medical devices they serve as backup power sources when main power is unavailable. 3.2 Members of our industry organizations have over 1 million life-saving AEDs operating globally in hospitals, schools, stadia, airports, government buildings and on passenger and cargo aircraft. (...) In addition, to ban lithium metal cells and batteries from air cargo would have a devastating impact on the medical industry, patients who rely on these batteries for life-saving medical devices and the military. 4.2 It is fewer than two years since the panel, in a special working group session devoted to lithium batteries, agreed to more stringent lithium battery shipping requirements to address perceived risks of bulk shipments of cells and batteries in air transport.
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Score: 1669282.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...0Papers/DGP.24.IP.003.5.en.pdf
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Also, one additional working document has been posted to the informal ftp site. Q9-WD21 J.bbRev1, Battery Backup for Integrated DOCSIS Devices All documents are available for download here: http://ties.itu.int/u/tsg9/sg9/xchange/q09/2006-August_Q9-RapporteurMtgDocs/ Best regards, Christie Poland Senior Manager, Standards CableLabs q9-wd00[DocList]r2_ Aug2006.doc EMBED Word.Document.8 \s q9-wd01(Agenda)_A ug2006.doc _1217656430.doc PAGE - 4 - Q9 WD-00 Working Document Q9-WD00r2 ITU - Telecommunication Standardization Sector Rapporteurs’ Meeting of Study Group 9 Q9 Rapporteurs’ Meeting: 21-25 August 2006, Louisville Colorado SOURCE: Q 9/9 Rapporteur TITLE: LIST OF DOCUMENTS CONSIDERED AT THE Q9/9 RAPPORTEURS’ MEETING _____________________ 1.1 List of reports and contributions Doc no. Title Source COM 9 R2 REPORT OF THE MEETING OF STUDY GROUP 9 (Geneva, 17-21 October 2005)   TSB C-22 Draft revised Recommendation J.161 – Audio and Video codec requirements for the provision of bidirectional services over cable television networks using cable modems Editor C-36 Draft new Recommendation J.bb – Battery Backup for Cable Based Devices Editor 1.2 List of working documents http://ties.itu.int/u/tsg9/sg9/xchange/q09/2006-August_Q9-RapporteurMtgDocs/ Doc no. (...) J.ims.9 - IPCablecom2 Generic Authentication Architecture Specification Editor Q9-WD21 J.bbRev1, Battery Backup for Integrated DOCSIS Devices Editor 1.3 ITU-T SG 9 Incoming Liaison statements (October 2006) LS No Documents Source Object For To (WP/Q/9) 74 ls27-12 (TD275) ITU-T SG 12 (Geneva, 17-21 October 2005) Comments on LS on concerns regarding speech codecs in revised J.161 (TD 27 WP1/12) Information and action 9/9 76 ls11-TSAG (TD277) ITU-T TSAG (Geneva, 7-11 November 2005) Archiving of Rapporteur Group Meeting Documents Action All/9 77 ls13-TSAG (TD278) ITU-T TSAG Geneva, 7-11 November 2005) Request for registration and dissemination of ITU-T Technology Watch function Information and action All/9 78 ls51-FGNGN (TD280) 9th FGNGN meeting, (Gatwick, London, UK, 14-17 November 2005) Report of the 9th FGNGN meeting Information and action 9/9 80 ls19-02 (TD281) ITU-T SG 2 (Geneva, 6-15 December 2005) SG 2 Lead Study Group on TDR Information 9/9 81 ls23-02 (TD282) ITU-T SG 2 (Geneva, 6-15 December 2005) SG 2, Lead Study Group on Services Definition, Numbering and Routing Information 9/9 82 ls14-tsag (TD284) ITU-T TSAG (Geneva, 7-11 November 2005) Application of WTSA Resolution 40 Action All/9 83 ls75-16 (TD285) ITU-T SG 16 (Geneva, 30 November – 1 December 2005) LS reply on Accessibility Matters Information/Action/Comment 9/9 11/9 85 ls29-11 (TD289) ITU-T SG 11 (Geneva, 23-27 January 2006) LS on NGN Protocol Sets Information 9/9 86 ls34-11 (TD290) ITU-T SG 11 (Geneva, 23-27 January 2006) Response on the SG17 liaison statement concerning ITU-T guidance on conformance and interoperability testing Comment 9/9 87 ls65-13 (TD291) ITU-T SG 13 (Geneva, 16-27 January 2006) Requirements and framework for CGOE components Review 9/9 90 ls78-13 (TD294) ITU-T SG 13 (Geneva, 16-27 January 2006) Accessibility checklist for use in ITU-T standardization work Action/Information 9/9 (TD 306) ITU-T SG16 (Geneva, 3-13 April 2006) LS to NGN SGs on Proposal for a Workshop on Multimedia in NGN Action/Comment 9/9 (TD 309) ITU-T SG16 (Geneva, 3-13 April 2006) LS reply on concerns regarding speech codecs in draft revised J.161 Action 9/9 (TD310r1) ITU-T SG16 (Geneva, 3-13 April 2006) LS on NGN Work Item on Media Coding Requirements for the NGN Action 9/9 (TD 311) Q.1/13 Rapporteur Group (Kobe, 22-27 April 2006) NGN Project Management Database Action 9/9 (TD 312) Q.4/15 Rapporteur (24-28 May 2006) G.hn: Liaison regarding Home Networking transceivers Comment 9/9 (TD 314) ITU-T SG 17 (Korea, 19-28 April 2006) Status of WTSA Resolution 50 Obligations Information/ Action 9/9 (TD 316) ITU-T SG2 (Geneva, 11 May 2006) Liaison Statement on SG2, Lead SG on Service Definition, Numbering, Routing and TDR Information 9/9 (TD 318) ITU-T SG4 (Beijing, 24 May – 2 June 2006) NGN Management Focus Group Information 9/9 (TD 321) ITU-T SG 12 (Geneva, June 2006) Response to SG9 Liaison Statement on speech codes in draft revised J.161 Information / Action 9/9 Attention: This is not an ITU-T publication made available to the public, but an internal ITU-T Document intended only for use by the Member States of the ITU and by ITU-T Sector Members and Associates and their respective staff and collaborators in their ITU-T related work.
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Score: 1660168.6 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/2005...docs/200608/infoq9docsiftp.doc
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Score: 1653422.5 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...PWG15/DGPWG.15.IP.007.5.en.pdf
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