PD CLC/TR 50426:2004 - Assessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide

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PD CLC/TR 50426:2004

Assessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide

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Standard NumberPD CLC/TR 50426:2004
TitleAssessment of inadvertent initiation of bridge wire electro-explosive devices by radio-frequency radiation. Guide
StatusCurrent
Publication Date10 March 2005
Cross ReferencesCLC/TR 50427, CISPR 16-1, Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
ReplacesBS 6657:2002
Amended ByAMD 15741
Corrigendum, March 2005
DescriptorsRadiofrequencies, Radiation protection, Antennas, Flammable materials, Radio transmitters, Electromagnetic radiation, Ignition, Fire risks, Television transmitters, Electric sparks, Fire safety, Radar transmitters, Communication equipment, Radio waves, Flammable atmospheres, Transmitters, Radio-wave hazards, Explosive atmospheres
ICS13.230
29.260.20
33.060.20
Title in FrenchEvaluation de la creation par inadvertance de dispositifs electro-explosifs par pont metallique, par rayonnement de radiofrequence. Guide
Title in GermanLeitfaden zur Verhinderung des unbeabsichtigten Ausloesens einer Zuendeinrichtung mit Brueckendraht durch hochfrequente Strahlung
CommitteeEXL/31
ISBN0 580 45591 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages104
File Size1.889 MB
Price£292.00


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