BS EN 136000:1993, CECC 36000:1977 - Harmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components: generic specification: magnetrons

BS EN 136000:1993, CECC 36000:1977

Harmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components: generic specification: magnetrons

Status : Current   Published : August 1978

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General details, related documentation, quality assessment and test and measurement procedures for a range of both pulsed and CW magnetrons.




Standard NumberBS EN 136000:1993, CECC 36000:1977
TitleHarmonized system of quality assessment for electronic components: generic specification: magnetrons
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 August 1978
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
ReplacesBS 9030:1971
International RelationshipsCECC 36000:1977,EN 136000:1992
Amended ByAMD 7581
Draft Superseded By74/28990 DC
DescriptorsMagnetrons, Microwave tubes, Microwave devices, Electron-wave tubes, Electron tubes, Electronic equipment and components, Quality assurance systems, Assessed quality, Qualification approval, Approval testing, Inspection, Specification (approval), Marking, Electrical testing, Voltage measurement, Performance testing, Magnetic field effects
ICS31.100
Title in FrenchSystème harmonisé d'assurance de la qualité des composants électroniques: spécification générique: magnétrons
Title in GermanHarmonisiertes Guetebestaetigungssystem fuer Bauelemente der Elektronik: Fachgrundspezifikation: Magnetrons
CommitteePEL/13
ISBN0 580 10082 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size295.3 KB
Price£130.00


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