BS ISO 13611:2014

Interpreting. Guidelines for community interpreting

Published by: British Standard / International Organization for Standardization / 2014-12-31 / 26 pages

Cross References:
ISO 17100

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CSA C22.1-15 PACKAGE

Consists of C22.1-12, Canadian electrical code, part I (22nd edition), safety standard for electrical installations; and CE code handbook, an explanation of rules of the canadian electrical code, part I

Published by: CSA Group / 2015-01-01
Purchase of print edition includes 2015 Electrical Quick Reference. Not available as PDF.

About C22.1-15
Electrical safety in Canada is the responsibility of individual provinces and territories. However, as an electrical industry professional, you are responsible for understanding the legislation and regulations concerning electrical safety in your jurisdiction. It’s important for both designers and installers to understand the differences between current and previous provincial codes. When you understand and apply the most current requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code you can help ensure you are applying the latest electrical safety requirements to the electrical system you are installing or servicing. Following the requirements of the Code can also reduce the need for costly rework and help ensure projects stay on schedule.

About C22.1HB-15
The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code Handbook provides background information on the rationale behind the requirements in the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, and gives an explanation of the rules in plain, easy-to-understand language. The 2015 CE Code Handbook has been updated to incorporate the changes to the 2015 CE Code, and continues to be a key component of the Canadian electrical safety system.

The Handbook provides a clear understanding of the safety and installation requirements of the CE Code related to industrial, commercial and residential installations. Following the navigational structure of the Code, the CE Handbook helps you quickly find pertinent information and outlines detailed scenarios to help avoid misinterpretations. The CE Code Handbook contains examples, calculations and graphics to help you implement the Code.

Developed by technical experts selected for their detailed knowledge and understanding of the CE Code and extensive experience in putting Code principles into practice. It is important to note that the CE Code Handbook does not define each clause and section of the CE Code; only sections and clauses that require further clarification are referenced in the Handbook.

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BS PD IEC/TR 62939-1:2014

Smart grid user interface. Interface overview and country perspectives

Published by: BSI Group / 2014-12-31 / 132 pages

Cross References:
IEC 62056-1-0
ISO/IEC 15045
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IEC 60050-617
NISTIR 7628
IEC 62746
EN 50491-12
IEC TR 61850-90-8
NAESB Standard REQ.21

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BS ISO 18943:2014

Imaging materials. Magnetic hard drives used for image storage. Care and handling

Published by: British Standard / International Organization for Standardization / 2014-12-31 / 26 pages

Cross References:
http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/joint.cgi/hraz/products/1586147
http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/joint.cgi/hraz/products/1267613
ISO/IEC 10149
ISO/IEC 60908
ANSI/NAPM IT9.21-1996

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CSA C22.1-15

Canadian electrical code, part I (23rd edition), safety standard for electrical installations

Published by: CSA Group / 2015-01-01
Electrical safety in Canada is the responsibility of individual provinces and territories. However, as an electrical industry professional, you are responsible for understanding the legislation and regulations concerning electrical safety in your jurisdiction. It’s important for both designers and installers to understand the differences between current and previous provincial codes. When you understand and apply the most current requirements of the Canadian Electrical Code you can help ensure you are applying the latest electrical safety requirements to the electrical system you are installing or servicing. Following the requirements of the Code can also reduce the need for costly rework and help ensure projects stay on schedule.

Why You Need To Buy the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code:

  • Contains more than 200 updates and revisions, including major changes to sections on renewable energy, hazardous locations and electric heating
  • Review changes to hazardous area classifications and zone requirements that will affect your installations and potentially save you money
  • Understand which core changes will affect the Red Seal Exam and related curriculum
  • Understand how changes to existing wiring methods and new wiring methods may impact you

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BS ISO 7967-10:2014

Reciprocating internal combustion engines. Vocabulary of components and systems. Ignition systems

Published by: British Standard / International Organization for Standardization / 2014-12-31 / 20 pages

Cross References:
ISO 2710-1
ISO 2710-2
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JIS B 0110

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DIN EN 3014 – DRAFT

Draft Document – Aerospace series – Shank nuts, self-locking, serrated, in heat resisiting steel FE-PA2601 (A286) – Classification: 1100 MPa (at ambient temperature)/650 øC; German and English version FprEN 3014:2014

Published by: DIN-adopted European Standard / 2015-01-01 / 17 pages

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BS EN 60034-19:2014

Rotating electrical machines. Specific test methods for d.c. machines on conventional and rectifier-fed supplies

Published by: British-Adopted European Standard / 2014-12-31 / 24 pages

Cross References:
IEC 60034-1
EN 60034-1
IEC 60034-2-1
EN 60034-2-1

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DIN EN 3015 – DRAFT

Draft Document – Aerospace series – Shank nuts, self-locking, serrated, in heat resisting steel FE-PA2601 (A286), silver plated – Classification: 1100 MPa (at ambient temperature)/650 øC; German and English version FprEN 3015:2014

Published by: DIN-adopted European Standard / 2015-01-01 / 17 pages

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BS EN 60793-1-20:2014

Optical fibres. Measurement methods and test procedures. Fibre geometry

Published by: British-Adopted European Standard / 2014-12-31 / 48 pages

Cross References:
IEC 60793-2-10
IEC 60793-2-20
IEC 60793-2-30
IEC 60793-2-40
IEC 60793-2-50
IEC 60793-2-60
IEC 61745
EN 60793-2-10
EN 60793-2-20
EN 60793-2-30
EN 60793-2-40
EN 60793-2-50
EN 60793-2-60
IEC 60793-1-45
EN 60793-1-45

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