BS EN 62127-2:2007+A2:2017 - Ultrasonics. Hydrophones. Calibration for ultrasonic fields up to 40 MHz

BS EN 62127-2:2007+A2:2017

Ultrasonics. Hydrophones. Calibration for ultrasonic fields up to 40 MHz

Status : Current   Published : May 2008

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Standard NumberBS EN 62127-2:2007+A2:2017
TitleUltrasonics. Hydrophones. Calibration for ultrasonic fields up to 40 MHz
StatusCurrent
Publication Date30 May 2008
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 61689:2013, IEC 60565, IEC 61828, IEC 62127-1, IEC 60050-801, IEC 61161, IEC 62127-3, IEC 61689:2013
Informative References(Provided for Information)GUM:1995, EN 62127-1:2007, BIPM JCGM 200:2012, EN 61161:2007, EN 61828:2001, EN 60565:2007, EN 62127-3:2007
ReplacesBS EN 62092:2002, IEC 62092:2001, BS EN 61220:1995, IEC 61220:1993, BS EN 61102:1994, IEC 61102:1991, BS EN 61101:1994, IEC 61101:1991, BS 7041:1989, IEC 60866:1987
International RelationshipsEN 62343-2:2011,IEC 62127-2:2007,IEC 62127-2:2007/AMD2:2017,EN 62127-2:2007+A2:2017,EN 62127-2:2007/A2:2017
Amended ByAmendment, March 2018; Amendment, July 2013
Draft Superseded By15/30330876 DC
DescriptorsPiezoelectric devices, Measurement characteristics, Calibration, Acoustics, Hydrophones, Ultrasonic frequencies, Ultrasonic medical apparatus, Liquids, Ultrasonics, Ultrasonic devices, Acoustic measurement, Test equipment
ICS17.140.50
Title in FrenchUltrasons. Hydrophones Etalonnage pour les champs ultrasonores jusqu'à 40 Mhz
Title in GermanUltraschall. Hydrophone Kalibrierung für Ultraschallfelder bis zu 40 MHz
CommitteeEPL/87
ISBN978 0 580 91813 1
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages120
File Size3.366 MB
Price£292.00


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