BS 3466:1962 - Methods of test for resistance per unit length of metallic electrical resistance material

BS 3466:1962

Methods of test for resistance per unit length of metallic electrical resistance material

Status : Withdrawn   Published : January 1962

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Describes a reference method and a routine method for determining the electrical resistance per unit length of metallic electrical resistance material. The reference method provides for an overall accuracy of 0.2 per cent and the routine method for an overall accuracy of 1 per cent in resistance per unit length on test specimens having a resistance of one milliohm or more.




Standard NumberBS 3466:1962
TitleMethods of test for resistance per unit length of metallic electrical resistance material
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date19 January 1962
Confirm Date01 December 2011
Withdrawn Date14 June 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Draft Superseded ByAA(ELE)5269 DC
DescriptorsElectrical measurement, Resistance measurement, Electrical resistance materials, Electrical resistivity
ICS29.050
Title in FrenchMethode d'essai de la resistance par unite de longueur des materiaux de resistance electrique metalliques
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Pruefung des einheitsmaessigen Widerstands metallischer elektrischer Widerstandsstoffe
CommitteeL/-/99
ISBN0 580 03870 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size262.2 KB
NotesThis standard is withdrawn as it is no longer relevant
Price£110.00


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