Resistance measurements are typically compromised by a variety of phenomena, like e.g. serial resistance in the measurement path, self-heating or non-ohmic properties. Whether the effect of such phenomena on a resistance measurement is acceptable or not depends on the magnitude of eac
Created in 2004 by the IEC Executive Committee, the 1906 Award commemorates the IEC’s year of foundation and honors IEC experts around the world whose work is fundamental to the IEC. The Award also recognizes exceptional and recent achievement – a project or other specific contributio
The Technical committee No. 40 Capacitors and resistors for electronic equipment established a new working group. The working group 43 will take care about standards in the area of non-linear resistors. So maintenance activities and standard work will be covered in a better way. Natio
Interesting article about the pilot project TC40 public website 🙂 https://iecetech.org/issue/2017-02/Raising-awareness-on-IEC-standardization-work It is really uncomplicated with the used platform. Many thanks to the IEC giving us this opportunity….
Created in 2004 by the IEC Executive Committee, the 1906 Award commemorates the IEC’s year of foundation and honours IEC experts around the world whose work is fundamental to the IEC. The Award also recognizes exceptional and recent achievement – a project or other specifi
In addition to the existing test “damp heat steady state” an annex is planned to be published which describes specific humidity robustness grades and requirements for applications, where high stability under high humidity operating conditions is required. The Grades are: Grade (I) rob
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