CENELEC


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CENELEC

(ˈsɛnəˌlɛk)
n acronym for
(Commerce) Commission Européenne de Normalisation Électrique: the EU standards organization for electrical goods. Also called: CEN
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Initially developed by the International Electrotechnical Commission, and now adopted by CENELEC, EN IEC 63000 provides guidance on the technical documentation for the assessment of EEE, with respect to the restriction of hazardous substances.
Cenelec Standards' clients in Northumberland include Sterling Pharma Solutions, Aesica Pharmaceuticals & Merck Sharp and Dohme from the pharmaceutical sector, Akzo Nobel from the chemical industry and Lynemouth Power Station from the renewable energy sector, contributing to a group of valued customers in the region.
Measurements were conducted in the CENELEC A frequency band [29].
The status was assigned during the 41st session of the CEN General Assembly and the 54th CENELEC General Assembly in Istanbul.
Certification services include: avionics (DO-178B/C), industrial safety (EC 61508), automotive (ISO 26262), medical (IEC 62304), nuclear power (IEEE 1012:2004), and transportation (CENELEC EN 50128) systems.
The European Commission then handed down a mandate in December 2009 requiring CENELEC and ETSI to deliver common charger standards.
It told the continent's standards bodies, the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CEN) and the European Electrotechnical Standardization Committee (CENELEC), and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) to develop a common charging system for electric cars, as well as scooters and bicycles.
The European Commission is now aiming to reduce the threat and yesterday issued a mandate to CENELEC, the EU standardisation body, requiring new technical safety standards.
(3) En desarrollo por el Comite Europeo de Normalizacion Electrotecnica (CENELEC)
Compliant with the major international standards, including the European CENELEC EN50065 and the US FCC part 15, the ST7540 has been also approved for compliance with the local Chinese standard DL/T 698-1999.
ABB's motors conform to the stringent standards set by the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and are approved by testing laboratories (ExNB: Notified Body).
A Tellus system enables compliance with the best practice guidelines of NFPA 77 and Cenelec 50404 for controlling static electricity.