IEC 62680-1-3:2021 defines the USB Type-C™ receptacles, plug and cables.
The USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification defines a new receptacle, plug, cable and detection mechanisms that are compatible with existing USB interface electrical and functional specifications. This specification covers the following aspects that are needed to produce and use this new USB cable/connector solution in newer platforms and devices, and that interoperate with existing platforms and devices:
- USB Type-C receptacles, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements
- USB Type-C plugs and cable assemblies, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements
- USB Type-C to legacy cable assemblies and adapters
- USB Type-C-based device detection and interface configuration, including support for legacy connections
- USB Power Delivery optimized for the USB Type-C connector.
This specification is intended as a supplement to the existing USB 2.0, USB 3.1 and USB Power Delivery specifications. It addresses only the elements required to implement and support the USB Type-C receptacles, plugs and cables.
Normative information is provided to allow interoperability of components designed to this specification. Informative information, when provided, may illustrate possible design implementations.
IEC 62680-1-3:2021 cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2018 and constitutes a technical revision.
New release primarily for enabling USB4 over USB Type-C connectors and cables. Also includes incorporation of all approved ECNs as of the revision date plus editorial clean-up.

  • Standard
    792 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC TR 62222:2021 describes the test methods for various parameters relating to the reaction to fire properties of metallic and optical fibre communications cables. The parameters have particular importance for cables intended to be installed within buildings and other structures. This document also maps the test methods and associated limits applied to the fire hazards created by particular installation conditions and which can be referenced by other international, regional and national standards. For example, it is important that compliance with the requirements and recommendations for installation methods in ISO/IEC 14763-2 taking into consideration this document improve safety concerning fire.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2012. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- Scope rewritten to clarify and bring into line current understanding from other technical sources;
- Normative References updated to be in line with the most recent technical definitions and new additions;
- new additional terms and definitions added to Annex F since these are not used in the document;
- new inclusions to the list of abbreviated terms, some corrections;
- project reports are now in Annex E, for information only;
- Subclause about mitigation of fire hazards, about fire protection, updated with clearer information on standards plus updates where new standards have been published or amended;
- test methods, test methods conclusions and fire performance updated.

  • Technical report
    45 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-12:2021 describes cables intended to be used for transmission of 1 Gbit/s over a single twisted pair for office, home and industrial application. An example of an existing application is 1000BASE-T1; see ISO/IEC TR 11801-9906. The transmission characteristics of these cables are specified up to a frequency of 600 MHz and at a temperature of 20 °C. The cable type recognised is intended to be used for the work area wiring of shielded channels with a nominal length of 40 m. Possible designs are U/FTP, X/UTP and X/FTP, where X stands for F, S or SF.
The cables covered by this document are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. While these cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, e.g. the electric power supplies of public utility mains, they are intended to be used to support the delivery of low voltage remote powering applications.

  • Standard
    25 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-5-1:2009(E) describes symmetrical pair/quad cables intended primarily for horizontal floor cabling as defined in ISO/IEC 11801 and ISO/IEC 24702. It includes additional recommended environmental characteristics and severities which are derived from the environmental classifications that are specified for cabling for various environments. This edition constitutes a technical revision and includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- new requirements for new cables Cat6A and Cat7A;
- revised requirements and tests for the cables.
This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 61156-1:2007 and IEC 61156-5:2009.

  • Standard
    10 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-6-1:2009(E) describes symmetrical pair/quad cables intended primarily for horizontal floor cabling as defined in ISO/IEC 11801 and ISO/IEC 24702. It includes additional recommended environmental characteristics and severities which are derived from the environmental classifications that are specified for cabling for various environments. This edition constitutes a technical revision and includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- new requirements for new cables Cat6A and Cat7A;
- revised requirements and tests for the cables.
This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 61156-1:2007 and IEC 61156-6:2007.

  • Standard
    10 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-5:2020 is available as IEC 61156-5:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 61156-5:2020 describes the cables intended primarily for horizontal floor wiring as defined in ISO/IEC 11801. It covers cable designs comprising individually screened, common screened and unscreened pairs or quads. The transmission characteristics and the frequency range of the cables are specified at 20 °C. The cables covered by this document are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems Those cables are intended to be used to support the delivery of low voltage remote powering applications such as IEEE 802.3af (Power over Ethernet) or further developments for example according to IEEE 802.3at or IEEE 802.3bt. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2009 and Amendment 1:2012. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition
- additional balance levels with respect to MICE implementation by certain cabling specifications;
- reference to current standards and technical reports with respect to measurement techniques and remote powering.

  • Standard
    27 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-6:2020 is available as IEC 61156-6:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 61156-6:2020 describes the cables intended primarily for working area wiring as defined in ISO/IEC 11801 (all parts). It covers cable designs comprising individually screened, common screened and unscreened pairs or quads. The transmission characteristics and the frequency range of the cables are specified at 20 °C. These cables can be used for various communication channels which use as many as four pairs simultaneously. In this sense, this document provides the cable characteristics required by system developers to evaluate new systems. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2010 and Amendment 1:2012. It includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- additional balance levels with respect to MICE implementation by certain cabling specifications;
- reference to current standards and technical reports with respect to measurement techniques and remote powering

  • Standard
    26 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-8:2019 is to describe in detail all the Terminal Types that are supported by the Audio Device Class. This document is considered an integral part of the Audio Device Class Specification, although subsequent revisions of this document are independent of the revision evolution of the main Audio Device Class Specification. This is to easily accommodate the addition of new Terminal Types without impeding the core Audio Device Class Specification. The Audio Device Class Definition applies to all devices or functions embedded in composite devices. All audio signals inside an audio function start at an Input Terminal, pass through some Units, and leave the function through an Output Terminal. Units can manipulate the signal in various ways. Terminals represent the connections of the function to the outside world. As part of the Terminal descriptor, the wTerminalType field specifies the vendor’s suggested use of the Terminal. For example, a pair of speakers is a more suitable target for music output than a telephone line. This feature allows a vendor to ensure that applications use the device in a consistent and meaningful way.

  • Standard
    17 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The purpose of IEC 62680-1-6:2019 is to create a higher level of interoperability among Hosts and Audio Devices. By establishing a set of essential audio features, users can expect a consistent experience, Device manufacturers have a solid template to follow, and Host drivers may be simplified. The USB Audio Device Class Definition for Basic Audio Functions applies to all USB Audio Functions that are based on the Universal Serial Bus Device Class Definition for Audio Devices Release 3.0. It defines baseline audio functionality for all ADC 3.0 compliant Hosts and Devices.

  • Standard
    45 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC 62680-1-5:2019 describes the minimum capabilities and characteristics an audio device shall support to comply with the USB. This document also provides recommendations for optional features. The Audio Device Class Definition applies to all devices or functions embedded in composite devices that are used to manipulate audio, voice, and sound-related functionality. This includes both audio data (analog and digital) and the functionality that is used to directly control the audio environment, such as Volume and Tone Control. The Audio Device Class does not include functionality to operate transport mechanisms that are related to the reproduction of audio data, such as tape transport mechanisms or CD-ROM drive control.

  • Standard
    154 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The purpose of IEC 62680-1-6:2019 is to create a higher level of interoperability among Hosts and Audio Devices. By establishing a set of essential audio features, users can expect a consistent experience, Device manufacturers have a solid template to follow, and Host drivers may be simplified.
The USB Audio Device Class Definition for Basic Audio Functions applies to all USB Audio Functions that are based on the Universal Serial Bus Device Class Definition for Audio Devices Release 3.0. It defines baseline audio functionality for all ADC 3.0 compliant Hosts and Devices.

  • Standard
    89 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-8:2019 is to describe in detail all the Terminal Types that are supported by the Audio Device Class. This document is considered an integral part of the Audio Device Class Specification, although subsequent revisions of this document are independent of the revision evolution of the main Audio Device Class Specification. This is to easily accommodate the addition of new Terminal Types without impeding the core Audio Device Class Specification.
The Audio Device Class Definition applies to all devices or functions embedded in composite devices. All audio signals inside an audio function start at an Input Terminal, pass through some Units, and leave the function through an Output Terminal. Units can manipulate the signal in various ways. Terminals represent the connections of the function to the outside world.
As part of the Terminal descriptor, the wTerminalType field specifies the vendor’s suggested use of the Terminal. For example, a pair of speakers is a more suitable target for music output than a telephone line. This feature allows a vendor to ensure that applications use the device in a consistent and meaningful way.

  • Standard
    30 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-5:2019 describes the minimum capabilities and characteristics an audio device shall support to comply with the USB. This document also provides recommendations for optional features.
The Audio Device Class Definition applies to all devices or functions embedded in composite devices that are used to manipulate audio, voice, and sound-related functionality. This includes both audio data (analog and digital) and the functionality that is used to directly control the audio environment, such as Volume and Tone Control. The Audio Device Class does not include functionality to operate transport mechanisms that are related to the reproduction of audio data, such as tape transport mechanisms or CD-ROM drive control.

  • Standard
    322 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-11:2019 describes cables intended to be used for transmission of 1 Gbps over a single twisted pair for office, home and industrial application. An example of existing application is 1000BASE-T1, see ISO/IEC TR 11801-9906. The transmission characteristics of these cables are specified up to a frequency of 600 MHz and at a temperature of 20 °C. The cable type recognised is intended to be used for shielded channels with a nominal length of 40 m. Possible designs are U/FTP, X/UTP and X/FTP, where X stands for F, S or SF. A blank detail specification can be found in Annex A. These cables can comprise more than one pair in the event that several systems are operated in parallel. In this case, refer to Clause 7 of this document. The cables covered by this document are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. While these cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains, they are intended to be used to support the delivery of low-voltage remote powering applications.

  • Standard
    25 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC TR 61839-2:2019 specifies the PSR (product specific rules) for optical/copper telecom accessories products. It covers the use, installation and end of life stages and provides methodological precisions to PEP/PCR writing for “optical/copper telecom accessories” products used for communication, data, control and command. PSR and general rules all together form the product category rules.
This specification document is primarily intended for:
· environment and/or product managers;
· LCA (life cycle assessment) experts in companies, in charge of PEP/PCR development;
· verifiers in charge of PEP/PCR conformity assessment in accordance with the defined rules.

  • Technical report
    15 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62783-2:2019 covers indoor cables and specifies the definitions and requirements of twin-axial cables used in digital communication systems. This document, which is a family specification, gives additional requirements for twinax cables for use in IEEE Std 802.3 Ethernet physical interfaces.
This document gives requirements and transmission characteristics for single twinax elements as well as for multiple twinax elements within the same sheath, i.e. "twinax cable". This International Standard is to be used in conjunction with IEC 62783-1:2019.

  • Standard
    26 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62783-1:2019(E) specifies definitions and requirements of twinax cables used in digital communication systems. These cables are intended to be used in indoor applications. This generic specification details the requirements and transmission characteristics for single twinax elements as well as multiple twinax elements within the same sheath, i.e. “twinax cable”.
This generic specification is supplemented with family specifications that give additional requirements based on the specific application, e.g. the maximum specified frequency of the cables.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-1-4:2018 specifies a method to assess the thermal behaviour of cables arranged in bundles, for digital communications. A method is described to determine the temperature increase in cable bundles for certain remote powering currents as a basis to analyse the expected performance under several test arrangements described in standards dealing with the installation of cabling systems.
It is only intended to provide guidance to assess the thermal behaviour of cables for digital communications in reference environmental conditions and arrangements. It is therefore not intended to become a type of test method.
This first edition cancels and replaces IEC PAS 61156-1-4, published in 2010. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) Several test arrangements are considered;
b) The mathematical approach was revised.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-3:2018(E) defines the USB Type-C™ receptacles, plug and cables. The USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification defines a new receptacle, plug, cable and detection mechanisms that are compatible with existing USB interface electrical and functional specifications. This specification covers the following aspects that are needed to produce and use this new USB cable/connector solution in newer platforms and devices, and that interoperate with existing platforms and devices: - USB Type-C receptacles, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements - USB Type-C plugs and cable assemblies, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements - USB Type-C to legacy cable assemblies and adapters - USB Type-C-based device detection and interface configuration, including support for legacy connections - USB Power Delivery optimized for the USB Type-C connector. This specification is intended as a supplement to the existing USB 2.0, USB 3.1 and USB Power Delivery specifications. It addresses only the elements required to implement and support the USB Type-C receptacles, plugs and cables. Normative information is provided to allow interoperability of components designed to this specification. Informative information, when provided, may illustrate possible design implementations. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2017 and constitutes a technical revision.

  • Standard
    261 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC 60189-1:2018 is now available as IEC 60189-1:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 60189-1:2018 specifies mechanical, electrical and climatic test methods for low-frequency cables and wires designed for use in telecommunication inside plants and equipment and in electronic devices employing similar techniques. This fourth edition cancels and replaces the third edition published in 2007. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
a) Test methods for dielectric strength and insulation resistance that were referenced in the previous edition have been withdrawn. They have been replaced with references to similar test methods described in current standards.
b) References to the IEC 60811 series have been updated as the numbering of this series has completely been changed.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-3:2018 defines the USB Type-C™ receptacles, plug and cables.
The USB Type-C Cable and Connector Specification defines a new receptacle, plug, cable and detection mechanisms that are compatible with existing USB interface electrical and functional specifications. This specification covers the following aspects that are needed to produce and use this new USB cable/connector solution in newer platforms and devices, and that interoperate with existing platforms and devices:
- USB Type-C receptacles, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements
- USB Type-C plugs and cable assemblies, including electro-mechanical definition and performance requirements
- USB Type-C to legacy cable assemblies and adapters
- USB Type-C-based device detection and interface configuration, including support for legacy connections
- USB Power Delivery optimized for the USB Type-C connector.
This specification is intended as a supplement to the existing USB 2.0, USB 3.1 and USB Power Delivery specifications. It addresses only the elements required to implement and support the USB Type-C receptacles, plugs and cables.
Normative information is provided to allow interoperability of components designed to this specification. Informative information, when provided, may illustrate possible design implementations.
This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2017 and constitutes a technical revision.

  • Standard
    565 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

This sectional specification relates to EN 50288 1, Multi-element metallic cables used in analogue and digital communication and control.
It covers screened cables, characterized up to 2 000 MHz, to be used in data centres, horizontal and building backbone wiring for Information technology, Generic-cabling systems.
The electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics of the cables, related to their reference test methods, are detailed.
NOTE   With backwards compatibility.
This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288 1, which contains the essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    17 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC 62807-1:2017 is applicable to hybrid cables intended to contain any combination of optical fibres, twisted pair/quad, coaxial and current-carrying electrical conductor elements as required under a common outer sheath.
This hybrid cable design is convenient for networks and customer premises wiring that transmit data, telecommunication and signalling services over optical fibre, metallic twisted pairs, and/or broadband data over coaxial units, and retains the option of supplying electrical current to remote equipment.
The cable element (e.g. coaxial, balanced and optical fibre) performance requirements and supported applications are as specified in the following standards series: IEC 61196, IEC 61156, and IEC 60794 respectively.
The various combinations of strength members, sheath materials, fibre arrangements, twisted pair/quad structure, cable shielding, and current carrying conductors will be specified in the following specifications:
- IEC 62807-2;
- IEC 62807-3.
In IEC 62807 (all parts), the current carrying conductors are not intended to be used as power mains supply. The specific use and safety regulation requirements are defined in the detailed and sectional cable specification.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

This draft European Standard details the test methods to determine attenuation of finished cables used in analogue and digital communication systems.
It is bound to be read in conjunction with EN 50289-1-1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    12 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The draft European Standard specifies the electrical test methods for cables used in analogue and digital communication systems.
Part 1 of EN 50289 consists of the following documents:
-   Part 1-1   General requirements
-   Part 1-2   DC resistance
-   Part 1-3   Dielectric strength
-   Part 1-4   Insulation resistance
-   Part 1-5   Capacitance
-   Part 1-6   Electromagnetic performance
-   Part 1-7   Velocity of propagation
-   Part 1-8   Attenuation
-   Part 1-9   Unbalance attenuation (longitudinal conversation loss, longitudinal conversion transfer loss)
-   Part 1-10   Crosstalk
-   Part 1-11   Characteristic impedance, input impedance, return loss
-   Part 1-12    Inductance
-   Part 1-13   Coupling attenuation or screening attenuation of patch cords / coaxial cable assemblies / pre-connectorised cables
-   Part 1-14   Coupling attenuation or screening attenuation of connecting hardware
-   Part 1-15   Coupling attenuation of links and channels (Laboratory conditions)
-   Part 1-16   Coupling attenuation of cable assemblies (Field conditions)
-   Part 1-17   Exogenous Crosstalk ExNEXT and ExFEXT
Further test details (e.g. temperature, duration) and/or test requirements are given in the relevant cable standard.

  • Standard
    21 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This draft European Standard details the test methods to determine the attenuation of converted differential-mode signals into common-mode signals, and vice versa, due to balance characteristics of cables used in analogue and digital communication systems by using the transmission measurement method. The unbalance attenuation is measured in, respectively converted to, standard operational conditions. If not otherwise specified, e.g. by product specifications, the standard operational conditions are a differential-mode which is matched with its nominal characteristic impedance (e.g. 100 Ω) and a common-mode which is loaded with 50 Ω. The difference between the (image) unbalance attenuation (matched conditions in the differential and common-mode) to the Betriebs- (operational) unbalance attenuation (matched conditions in differential-mode and 50 Ω reference load in the common-mode) is small provided the common-mode impedance Zcom is in the range of 25 Ω to 75 Ω.
For cables having a nominal impedance of 100 Ω, the value of the common-mode impedance Zcom is about 75 Ω for up to 25 pair- count unscreened pair cables, 50 Ω for common screened pair cables and more than 25 pair- count unscreened pair cables, and 25 Ω for individually screened pair cables. The impedance of the common-mode circuit Zcom can be measured more precisely either with a time domain reflectometer (TDR) or a network analyser. The two conductors of the pair are connected together at both ends and the impedance is measured between these conductors and the return path.
This draft European Standard is bound to be read in conjunction with prEN 50289-1-1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    21 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This draft European Standard details the test methods to determine attenuation of finished cables used in analogue and digital communication systems. It is bound to be read in conjunction with EN 50289-1-1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    12 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

The draft European Standard specifies the electrical test methods for cables used in analogue and digital communication systems. Part 1 of EN 50289 consists of the following documents: - Part 1-1 General requirements - Part 1-2 DC resistance - Part 1-3 Dielectric strength - Part 1-4 Insulation resistance - Part 1-5 Capacitance - Part 1-6 Electromagnetic performance - Part 1-7 Velocity of propagation - Part 1-8 Attenuation - Part 1-9 Unbalance attenuation (longitudinal conversation loss, longitudinal conversion transfer loss) - Part 1-10 Crosstalk - Part 1-11 Characteristic impedance, input impedance, return loss - Part 1-12 Inductance - Part 1-13 Coupling attenuation or screening attenuation of patch cords / coaxial cable assemblies / pre-connectorised cables - Part 1-14 Coupling attenuation or screening attenuation of connecting hardware - Part 1-15 Coupling attenuation of links and channels (Laboratory conditions) - Part 1-16 Coupling attenuation of cable assemblies (Field conditions) - Part 1-17 Exogenous Crosstalk ExNEXT and ExFEXT Further test details (e.g. temperature, duration) and/or test requirements are given in the relevant cable standard.

  • Standard
    21 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This European Standard details the test methods to determine the attenuation of converted differential-mode signals into common-mode signals, and vice versa, due to balance characteristics of cables used in analogue and digital communication systems by using the transmission measurement method. The unbalance attenuation is measured in, respectively converted to, standard operational conditions. If not otherwise specified, e.g. by product specifications, the standard operational conditions are a differential-mode which is matched with its nominal characteristic impedance (e.g. 100 Ω) and a common-mode which is loaded with 50 Ω. The difference between the (image) unbalance attenuation (matched conditions in the differential and common-mode) to the operational (Betriebs) unbalance attenuation (matched conditions in differential-mode and 50 Ω reference load in the common-mode) is small provided the common-mode impedance Zcom is in the range of 25 Ω to 75 Ω. For cables having a nominal impedance of 100 Ω, the value of the common-mode impedance Zcom is about 75 Ω for up to 25 pair- count unscreened pair cables, 50 Ω for common screened pair cables and more than 25 pair- count unscreened pair cables, and 25 Ω for individually screened pair cables. The impedance of the common-mode circuit Zcom can be measured more precisely either with a time domain reflectometer (TDR) or a network analyser. The two conductors of the pair are connected together at both ends and the impedance is measured between these conductors and the return path. This European Standard is bound to be read in conjunction with EN 50289 1 1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    21 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This Part of EN 50289 details the test methods to determine characteristic impedance, input impedance and return loss of cables used in analogue and digital communication systems. It is to be read in conjunction with EN 50289-1-1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    37 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This Part of EN 50289 details the test methods to determine characteristic impedance, input impedance and return loss of cables used in analogue and digital communication systems. It is to be read in conjunction with EN 50289-1-1, which contains essential provisions for its application.

  • Standard
    37 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC TR 61156-1-6:2016(E), which is a Technical Report, provides informative values for DC-resistance of typical installed cables at the time of publication to enable further analysis of cable performance mainly influenced by DC-resistance, such as thermal heating.

  • Technical report
    11 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-10:2016(E) describes cables primarily intended for work area cords as defined in ISO/IEC 11801 and in ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901 which is planned to be included in the next edition of ISO/IEC 11801-1. It covers overall screened cables with screened (X/FTP) or unscreened (X/UTP) pairs, where X stands for F, S or SF, as well as pair-screened cables without overall screen (U/FTP). The transmission characteristics of these cables are specified up to a frequency of 2 000 MHz and at a temperature of 20 °C. Two categories of cables are recognised:
- Category 8.1 for use in Class I according to ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901;
- Category 8.2 for use in Class II according to ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901.

  • Standard
    17 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

IEC 61156-9:2016(E) describes cables primarily intended for the fixed part of channels as defined in ISO/IEC 11801 and in ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901 which is planned to be included in the next edition of ISO/IEC 11801-1. It covers overall screened cables with screened (X/FTP) or unscreened (X/UTP) pairs, where X stands for F, S or SF, as well as pair-screened cables without overall screen (U/FTP). The transmission characteristics of these cables are specified up to a frequency of 2 000 MHz and at a temperature of 20 °C. Two categories of cables are recognised:
- Category 8.1 for use in Class I according to ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901;
- Category 8.2 for use in Class II according to ISO/IEC TR 11801-9901.

  • Standard
    17 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

EN 50288-11-2 is a sectional specification for un-screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 500 MHz, to be used in work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems.
This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics and requirements of the cables when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods.
This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application.
The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communications systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example the electrical power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This sectional specification covers screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 1 000 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems.
This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics and requirement of the cables when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods.
This sectional specification should be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application.
The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EN 50288-10-1 is a sectional specification for screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 500 MHz, to be as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems.
This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics and requirements of the cables when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods.
This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application.
The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communications systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example the electrical power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC 62680-2-1:2015 defines an industry-standard USB. The specification describes the bus attributes, the protocol definition, types of transactions, bus management, and the programming interface required to design and build systems and peripherals that are compliant with this standard. The goal is to enable such devices from different vendors to interoperate in an open architecture. The specification is intended as an enhancement to the PC architecture, spanning portable, business desktop, and home environments. It is intended that the specification allow system OEMs and peripheral developers adequate room for product versatility and market differentiation without the burden of carrying obsolete interfaces or losing compatibility.

  • Standard
    1802 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-2-2:2015 defines the requirements and features of a Micro-USB connector that will meet the current and future needs of the Cell Phone and Portable Devices markets, while conforming to the USB 2.0 specification for performance, physical size and shape of the Micro-USB interconnect.

  • Standard
    116 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-1-1:2015 contains specifications that define limits as well as detection, control and reporting mechanisms to permit devices to draw current in excess of the USB 2.0 specification for charging and/or powering up from dedicated chargers, hosts, hubs and charging downstream ports. These mechanisms are backward compatible with USB 2.0 compliant hosts and peripherals.

  • Standard
    135 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

IEC 62680-2-3:2015 describes the mechanical, electrical, environmental, design and performance criteria and voluntary supplier compliance requirements for USB connectors, cable and fabricated cable assemblies. In addition, this document provides detailed requirements for the design, approval and implementation of application specific USB connectors and fabricated cable assemblies.

  • Standard
    95 pages
    English and French language
    sale 15% off

This sectional specification covers screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 1 000 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems. This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics and requirement of the cables when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods. This sectional specification should be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application. The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EN 50288-10-1 is a sectional specification for screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 500 MHz, to be as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems. This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics and requirements of the cables when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods. This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application. The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communications systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example the electrical power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    18 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

IEC TR 62839-1:2014(E) specifies the PSR (product specific rules) for wires and cables used for communication, data, control and command. This PSR covers the use, installation and end-of-life stages and provides methodological precisions to PEP/PCR writing for "wires and cables and accessories products used for communication, data, control and command. PSR and general rules all together form the product category rules. Three categories of wires and cables are covered:
- communication and data wires and cables, which may have metal or optical fiber conductors;
- control and command wires and cables, which can have metal or fiber optical conductors;
- accessories.
This document only deals with the "wires and cables" products. "Accessories products are for further study. This document is primarily intended for:
- environment and/or product managers;
- LCA (life cycle assessment) experts in companies, in charge of PEP/PCR development;
- verifiers in charge of PEP/PCR conformity assessment in accordance with the defined rules.

  • Technical report
    15 pages
    English language
    sale 15% off

EN 50407-3 defines indoor multi-pair/quad cables for installation in Multi Dwelling units shaft supporting universal services, xDSL and applications up to 100 MBits over IP, their relative definitions and requirements. NOTE Higher bit rate applications need cables specified in a relevant part of EN 50406 or EN 50288 series. It covers cables, with an overall screen, with performances up to 100 MHz, to be used in indoor networks intended to connect the broadband outside plant to the individual customer dwelling for applications 100 Mbit/s over IP maximum length of connection 100 m. The electrical, environmental, mechanical and transmission performance characteristics of the cables, related to their reference test methods, are detailed.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

This European Standard defines indoor multi-pair/quad cables for installation in Multi Dwelling units shaft supporting universal services, xDSL and applications up to 100 MBits over IP, their relative definitions and requirements. NOTE Higher bit rate applications need cables specified in a relevant part of EN 50406 or EN 50288 series. It covers cables, with an overall screen, with performances up to 100 MHz, to be used in indoor networks intended to connect the broadband outside plant to the individual customer dwelling for applications 100 Mbit/s over IP maximum length of connection 100 m. The electrical, environmental, mechanical and transmission performance characteristics of the cables, related to their reference test methods, are detailed.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EN 50288-4-1 is a sectional specification for screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 600 MHz, to be used in horizontal and building backbone wiring as defined in EN 50173. This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics of the cables, when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods. This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1, which contains the essential provisions for its application. The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EN 50288-2-2 is a sectional specification for screened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 100 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centres cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics of the cables, when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods. This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1 which contains the essential provisions for its application. The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    17 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day

EN 50288-3-2 is a sectional specification for unscreened cables, characterised from 1 MHz up to 100 MHz, to be used as work area cables to connect a telecommunications outlet to the terminal equipment and for patch cord cables to establish connections on a patch panel as defined in EN 50173. Work area and data centre cables may also be used as patch cord cables in any distributor of a generic building wiring system to interconnect with equipment or to cross-connect between cabling systems. This sectional specification contains the electrical, mechanical, transmission and environmental performance characteristics of the cables, when tested in accordance with the referenced test methods. This sectional specification is to be read in conjunction with EN 50288-1 which contains the essential provisions for its application. The cables covered in this sectional specification are intended to operate with voltages and currents normally encountered in communication systems. These cables are not intended to be used in conjunction with low impedance sources, for example, the electric power supplies of public utility mains.

  • Standard
    16 pages
    English language
    sale 10% off
    e-Library read for
    1 day