The term EN standard applies to every European standard. These are rules that have been ratified by one of the three European Committees for Standardization (CEN European Committee for Standardization, European Committee for Electro technical Standardization CENELEC, ETSI European Telecommunication Standards Institute). Each EN standard has emerged from a public standardization process. Since the standards are reviewed every five years on their currency to be updated if necessary it is always a good idea to specify a version. The year of origin is placed behind the EN standard, as shown in our example: EN 50127:2012
In addition to the EN standards there are also the ISO standards. These are numbered ISO 1 to 59999. IEC-standards are numbered from IEC 60000 to 79999 and EN-standards outside the defined ranges of numbers. A test system of SPS electronic checks an electrical component or electrical device among others for adherence to the previously defined standard for the DUT. Which can also be a VDE standard, a UL standard, an IEC standard or, for example, the CE-conformity.
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