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IEC

IEC

(International Electrotechnical Commission, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iec.ch) An organization that sets international electrical and electronics standards founded in 1906. It is made up of national committees from over 60 countries. See ISO/IEC.
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IEC 60598-2-24 Limited Surface Temperatures Luminaires
IEC 60598-2-25 Clinical, Hospitals and Health Care Buildings Luminaires
In conjunction with industry-leading companies, the IEC has developed an extensive, free, on-line educational program.
Since 1944, the IEC has provided high-quality educational opportunities for industry professionals, academics, and students.
We believe that the broad adoption of USB specifications will enhance IEC International Standards for a wide range of applications," says Ronnie Amit, General Secretary and CEO of the IEC.
President Jiang mentioned that in the 1960s, as an electrical engineer, he had participated in IEC work and had fond memories of those times.
IEC 61788-7 Superconductivity--Part 7: Electronic characteristic measurements--Surface resistance of superconductors at microwave frequencies.
Worldwide recognition from IEC helps further advance USB-IF's world-wide position in data transfer and charging," said Jeff Ravencraft, President & COO, USB-IF.
IEC 61788-5 Superconductivity--Part 5: Matrix to superconductor volume ratio measurement--Copper to superconductor volume ratio of Cu/Nb-Ti composite superconductors,
The IEC has also agreed to assist Virginia Power's own energy efficiency program.