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  • IEC 60695-6-1
    Gives guidance on: a) optical measurement of smoke obscuration; b) general aspects of optical smoke test methods; c) consideration of test methods; d) expression of smoke test data; e) relevance of optical smoke data to hazard assessment.
  • IEC 60695-6-2
    Provides a summary of the test methods that are used in the assessment of smoke obscuration. It presents a brief summary of static and dynamic test methods in common use, either as international standards or national or industry standards.
  • IEC 60695-7-1
    Provides guidance on the factors which affect the toxic hazard from fires involving electrotechnical products, and provides information on the methodologies recommended by ISO TC 92 (SC 3) for estimating and reducing the toxic hazard from fires, as expressed in ISO 19706, ISO 13344 and ISO 13571.
  • IEC 60695-7-2
    Gives a brief summary of the test methods that are in common use in the assessment of acute toxic potency, and other toxicity tests. It includes special observations on their relevance to real fire scenarios and gives recommendations on their use. It advises which tests provide toxic potency(...)
  • IEC 60695-7-3
    Concerns laboratory tests used to measure the toxic components of the fire effluent from either electrotechnical products or materials used in electrotechnical products. It provides guidance on the use and interpretation of results from such tests.
  • IEC 60695-7-50
    Describes a test method for the generation of fire effluent and the identification and measurement of its constituent combustion products. It uses a moving test specimen and a tube furnace at different temperatures and air flow rates as the fire model.
  • IEC 60695-8-1
    Provides guidance on the measurement and interpretation of heat release from electrotechnical products and materials from which they are constructed.
  • IEC 60695-9-1
    Provides guidance for the assessment of surface spread of flame for electrotechnical products and the materials from which they are formed. It provides an explanation of the principles of flame spread for both liquids and solids, guidance for the selection of test methods, guidance on the use(...)
  • IEC 60695-9-2
    Presents a summary of published test methods that are used to determine the surface spread of flame of electrotechnical products or materials from which they are formed. It represents the current state of the art of the test methods and, where available, includes special observations on their(...)
  • IEC 60704-1
    Applies to electric appliances (including their accessories or components) for household and similar use, supplied from mains or from batteries
  • IEC 60730-2-22
    Applies to the partial evaluation of thermal motor protectors as defined in IEC 60730-1 for household and similar use, including heating, air conditioning and similar applications as well as for sealed (hermetic and semi-hermetic type) motor-compressors. A thermal motor protector is considered(...)
  • IEC 60754-1
    Specifies the apparatus and procedure for the determination of the amount of halogen acid gas, other than hydrofluoric acid, evolved during the combustion of compounds based on halogenated polymers and compounds containing halogenated additives taken from electric or optical fibre cable(...)
  • IEC 60754-2
    Specifies the apparatus and procedure for the determination of the potential corrosivity of gases evolved during the combustion of materials taken from electric or optical fibre cable constructions by measuring the acidity (pH) and conductivity of an aqueous solution resulting from the gases(...)
  • IEC 60761-1
    Lays down mandatory general requirements and gives examples of acceptable methods for equipment for continuous monitoring of radioactivity in gaseous effluents. Specifies general characteristics, general test procedures, radiation, electrical, safety and environmental characteristics and the(...)
  • IEC 60761-2
    Establishes specific standard requirements, including technical characteristics and general test conditions, and gives examples of acceptable methods for aerosol effluent monitors.
  • IEC 60761-3
    Lays down specific standard requirements, including technical characteristics and general test conditions, and gives examples of acceptable methods for noble gas effluent monitors.
  • IEC 60761-4
    Lays down specific standard requirements, including technical characteristics and general test conditions, and gives examples of acceptable methods for iodine monitors.
  • IEC 60761-5
    Establishes specific standard requirements, including technical characteristics and general test conditions and gives examples of acceptable methods for the tritium effluent monitors.
  • IEC 60794-4-10
    IEC 60794-4-10:2014 which is a family specification, covers cable construction, test methods and optical, mechanical, environmental and electrical performance requirements for OPGW (optical ground wire) which is used for the protection of electrical power lines against atmospheric discharges(...)
  • IEC 60825-1
    Applicable to safety of laser products emitting laser radiation in the wavelength range 180 nm to 1 mm. A laser product may consist of a single laser with or without a separate power supply or may incorporate one or more lasers in a complex optical, electrical, or mechanical system.
  • IEC 60832-1
    Gives the essential requirements for insulating sticks for live working for use on a.c. electrical installations. The products designed and manufactured according to this standard contribute to the safety of the users provided they are used by skilled persons, in accordance with safe methods(...)
  • IEC 60832-2
    Gives the essential requirements for devices that can be attached onto and removed from the fitting of the insulating sticks for live working, for use on a.c. electrical installations.
  • IEC 60839-10-1
    Specifies requirements and test methods for vehicle security alarm systems in tended for installation within vehicles used for the carriage of passengers and having not more than eight seats in addition to the driver's seat.
  • IEC 60839-11-1
    Specifies the minimum functionality, performance requirements and test methods for electronic access control systems and components used for physical access (entry and exit) in and around buildings and protected areas.
  • IEC 60839-5-1
    Specifies the general requirements for the performance, reliability and security characteristics of alarm transmission systems. Covers the general requirements for connections providing signalling between an alarm system and an alarm receiving centre.
  • IEC 60839-5-2
    Specifies the general requirements for equipment used in alarm transmission systems. Does not specify the equipment used to display the information at the alarm receiving centre or the installation of the equipment.
  • IEC 60839-5-4
    Specifies the requirements for alarm transmission systems using dedicated alarm transmission paths which are additional to those specified in IEC 60839-5-1 and IEC 60839-5-2. Covers dedicated connections providing signalling continuity between an alarm system and the presentation of alarm(...)
  • IEC 60839-5-5
    Specifies the requirements for digital communicator systems using the public switched telephone network which are additional to those specified in IEC 60839-5-1 and IEC 60839-5-2. Covers switched connections providing event driven signalling between an alarm system and a remote centre.
  • IEC 60839-5-6
    Specifies the requirements for voice communicator systems using the public switched telephone network which are additional to those specified in IEC 60839-5-1 and IEC 60839-5-2. Covers switched connections providing event driven signalling between an alarm system and a remote centre.
  • IEC 60839-7-1
    Describes the requirements for standard serial data interfaces in alarm transmission systems. Gives an outline of how alarm transmission systems are connected and the various types of serial data interfaces that might be employed.

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