IEC 61526:2010 - Radiation protection instrumentation. Measurement of personal dose equivalents Hp(10) and Hp(0,07) for X, gamma, neutron and beta radiations. Direct reading personal dose equivalent meters

IEC 61526:2010

Radiation protection instrumentation. Measurement of personal dose equivalents Hp(10) and Hp(0,07) for X, gamma, neutron and beta radiations. Direct reading personal dose equivalent meters

Status : Current   Published : July 2010

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IEC 61526:2010 specifies general characteristics, general test procedures, radiation characteristics as well as electrical, mechanical, safety and environmental characteristics. The only requirements specified for associated readout systems are those which affect its accuracy of readout of the personal dose equivalent and alarm settings and those which concern the influence of the reader on the dosemeter. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with regard to the previous one:


- improved determination of constancy of the dose response and statistical fluctuations;


- abolition of classes of personal dose equivalent meters in relation to retention of stored information;


- inclusion of usage categories of personal dosemeters.




Standard NumberIEC 61526:2010
TitleRadiation protection instrumentation. Measurement of personal dose equivalents Hp(10) and Hp(0,07) for X, gamma, neutron and beta radiations. Direct reading personal dose equivalent meters
StatusCurrent
Publication Date01 July 2010
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
ICS13.280
CommitteeNCE/2
PublisherIEC
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages124
File Size1.56 MB
Price£224.00


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