BS EN 60679-4:1998, IEC 60679-4:1997 - Quartz crystal controlled oscillators of assessed quality. Sectional specification. Capability approval

BS EN 60679-4:1998, IEC 60679-4:1997

Quartz crystal controlled oscillators of assessed quality. Sectional specification. Capability approval

Status : Current   Published : May 1998

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Standard NumberBS EN 60679-4:1998, IEC 60679-4:1997
TitleQuartz crystal controlled oscillators of assessed quality. Sectional specification. Capability approval
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 May 1998
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 EN 169100:1993
International RelationshipsEN 60679-4:1998,IEC 60679-4:1997
Draft Superseded By96/205982 DC
DescriptorsOscillators, Quartz, Crystals (electronic), Crystal resonators, Piezoelectric devices, Electronic equipment and components, Electrical equipment, Assessed quality, Specification (approval), Acceptance (approval), Quality assurance systems, Capability approval, Ratings, Dimensions, Marking, Approval testing, Inspection, Handbooks, Quality assurance, Components, Sampling methods, Ageing tests, Performance testing, Testing conditions, Layout
ICS31.140
Title in FrenchOscillateurs pilotes par quartz sous assurance de la qualite. Specification intermediaire. Agrement de savoir-faire
Title in GermanQuarzoszillatoren mit bewerteter Qualitaet. Rahmenspezifikation Befaehigungsanerkennung
CommitteeEPL/49
ISBN0 580 29286 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages28
File Size510.9 KB
Price£182.00


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