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'[OT] sorry for an off-topic...IEC spec??'
This is off topic...other than the project does have several PIC based
products in it...
Does anyone have a copy of an IEC spec called ICE(or maybe its IEC) 60947,
IEC439 No. 4 or IEC114.
Also, something referred to as "Safety Construction and Acceptance Codes for
Electrical Installations", GB50254-96 thru GB50259-96
Yes, I did look for them on the IEC website, but like most government like
sites, it was nearly impossible to locate anything there.
private mail is probably better.
|On Tue, 23 Mar 1999 05:28:15 -0700 Harrison Cooper <ES.COM> hcooper
>This is off topic...other than the project does have several PIC based
>products in it...
>Does anyone have a copy of an IEC spec called ICE(or maybe its IEC)
>IEC439 No. 4 or IEC114.
>Also, something referred to as "Safety Construction and Acceptance
>Electrical Installations", GB50254-96 thru GB50259-96
>Yes, I did look for them on the IEC website, but like most government
>sites, it was nearly impossible to locate anything there.
>private mail is probably better.
IEC specs are not on their web site. Instead, they sell t hem
(for large amounts of money). The IEC web site (http://www.iec.ch)
lists, as I recall, dealers in each country from whom standards can be
ordered. The last IEC standard I bought (from Document Engineering Co.
in Van Nuys, CA) cost about $1.80 per page.
The standards are copyrighted and the copyright is strictly
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