BS 1915:1968 - Specification for still projectors

BS 1915:1968

Specification for still projectors

Status : Withdrawn   Published : September 1968

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Design and performance requirements for slide (5 x 5 cm and 7 x 7 cm), film (35 mm) and combined slide and film strip projectors. Appendix gives electrical and safety requirements and methods of test. Methods for measurement of performance are given in BS 4120. See also BS 1917.




Standard NumberBS 1915:1968
TitleSpecification for still projectors
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date26 September 1968
Confirm Date01 March 2003
Withdrawn Date04 November 2009
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
Amended ByAMD 4391
Draft Superseded ByD63/9339 DC
DescriptorsStill-picture projectors, Projectors (image), Photographic equipment, Design, Performance, Electrical safety, Health and safety requirements, Electrical testing, Marking, Dimensions, Photographic lenses, Resolving power determination, Joints, Temperature rise, Leakage paths, Clearances
ICS37.040.10
Title in FrenchProjecteurs de diapositives. Specification
Title in GermanLichtbildprojektoren. Spezifikation
CommitteeCPW/42
ISBN0 580 00317 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size242.9 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as it is no longer used by the industry.
Price£110.00


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