As consumers upgrade their electronic devices, USB Type-CÂ® is taking over the ports on just about everything. Not only is it becoming the defacto port, itâ€™s becoming the only port type on many devices. Leaving laptops are the multitude of video ports (VGA, HMDI, Mini HDMI, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, etc.) â€“ never the right one you need â€“ but also charging, audio and any other interface. The USB Type-CÂ® is an extremely versatile connector system. It is also unique from a power point of view. Not only can it source or sink power, it can provide different voltages at different power levels. No longer are we restricted to 5 V at a few watts. Now devices can negotiate their power requirements up to 100 W (20 V @ 5 A) if available. This session gives an overview of the USB Type-C Power Delivery subsystem from source to sink including the type of power converters that can be used as well as protection and filtering devices required for a successful implementation.