IEC 61030

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D²B (Domestic Digital Bus, IEC 61030) is an IEC standard for a low-speed multi-master serial communication bus for home automation applications. It was originally developed by Philips in the 1980s; in 2006 it has been withdrawn by IEC because another standard was proposed, JTC1 SC 83/WG1. There remain many IEC61030-compliant devices, such as some Philips-branded head units and CD changers from car stereos.[1]

The SCART connector provides a D²B connection for inter-device communication.

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  1. ^ Marjorie M. Oliver. "Car Stereos". Retrieved 21 April 2013. 

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