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Standards in development (14)

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BS EN 60050-651 International Electrotechnical Vocabulary Part 651: Live workingPublication
BS EN 60401-3 Terms and nomenclature for cores made of magnetically soft ferrites Part 3: Guidelines on the format of data appearing in manufacturers' catalogues of transformer and inductor coresAccepted
BS EN 60424-1 Ferrite cores - Guidelines on the limits of surface irregularities Part 1: General SpecificationAccepted
BS EN 60424-2 Ferrite cores - Guidelines on the limits of surface irregularities Part 2: RM-coresAccepted
BS EN 60424-3 Ferrite cores - Guidelines on the limits of surface irregularities Part 3: ETD-cores, EER-cores, EC-cores and E-coresPublic Comment
BS EN 60424-4 Ferrite cores - Guidelines on the limits of surface irregularities Part 4: Ring-coresAccepted
BS EN 60424-8 Ferrite cores - Guidelines on the limits of surface irregularities Part 8: PQ-coresAccepted
BS EN 60556 am1 Ed. 2.0 Gyromagnetic materials intended for application at microwave frequencies- Measuring methods for propertiesPublic Comment
BS EN 62317-11 Ferrite cores - Dimensions Part 11: EC-cores for use in power supply applicationsAccepted
BS EN 62317-12 Ferrite cores - Dimensions Part 12: Ring coresAccepted
BS EN 62317-13 Ferrite cores - Dimensions Part 13: PQ-cores for use in power supply applicationsPublic Comment
BS EN 62317-5 Ferrite cores - Dimensions Part 5: EP-cores and associated parts for use in inductors and transformersPublic Comment
BS EN 62317-6 Ferrite cores - Dimensions Part 6: ETD-cores for use in power suppliesAccepted
BS EN 62333-2:2006+A1 Noise suppression sheet for digital devices and equipment Part 2: Measuring method Amendment 1Public Comment

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