This document specifies a method for measuring productivity of digital copying devices and multifunctional devices with various copying modes and a single one-sided original. The document is applicable to digital copying devices and multifunctional devices. The document is intended to be used for black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital copying devices and multifunctional devices of any underlying marking technology. This document includes instructions for the creation of test charts, test setup procedure, test procedure, and the reporting requirements for the digital copying productivity measurements. This document is not intended to replace manufacturer's rated speeds.

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This document specifies a method for measuring the digital printing productivity of digital printing devices with various office applications and print job characteristics. This document is applicable to digital printing devices, including single-function and multi-function devices, regardless of print technology (e.g. inkjet, laser). Devices can be equipped with a range of paper feed and finishing options either directly connected to the computer system or via a network. It is intended to be used for black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital printing devices. It allows for the comparison of the productivity of machines operating in various available modes (simplex, duplex, size of substrates, etc.) and office applications when the test system environment, operating modes, and job mix for each machine are held identical. This document includes test files, test setup procedure, test runtime procedure, and the reporting requirements for the digital printing productivity measurements. This document is not intended to be used for devices which are not able to print on a media size of A4/8,5” × 11” or for devices which are not able to collate multiple copies of a print. This document is not intended to replace manufacturer's rated speeds.

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This document specifies a method for measuring the digital copying productivity of digital copying devices and multifunctional devices with various copying modes. It is applicable to digital copying devices and multifunctional devices equipped with automatic document feeder (ADF) and collating function. This document is intended to be used for black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital copying devices and multifunctional devices of any underlying marking technology. It allows comparison of the throughput copying rates for a machine operated in various available operating modes (simplex, duplex, size of substrates, 2-up, etc.) and various available digital image processing configurations. This document includes test files, test setup procedures, test procedures, and reporting requirements for digital copying productivity measurements. This document is not intended to be used for devices which are not able to copy on a media size of A4/8,5” × 11”, devices that do not have an ADF, or devices which are not able to collate multiple copies of original prints from a test set. This document is not intended to replace manufacturer's rated speeds.

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This document specifies a method for determining scanning productivity by measuring "scanning speed", "scan to network folder speed" and "scan to PC speed". It includes test files, test setup procedure, test procedure and the reporting requirements for the scanning productivity measurements. This document is applicable to scanning devices including but not limited to multi-function devices, networked scanners and single-function scanners of any underlying scanning technology. This document is applicable to devices which are able to scan a media size of A4/8,5" × 11" and which have an automatic document feeder (ADF). It is also applicable to devices which have the ability to scan to network folder, or folder on PC and do not require, but can use, other application programs on a computer or another device to perform a scanning job. This document does not apply to testing and measurement of scan to USB, scan to local hard drive or other storage medium that is part of or plugged into the scanner. This document is not intended to be used for image quality measurement, document or record management of any scanned images.

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The scope of this document is limited to the evaluation of ink cartridge page yield for ink-containing cartridges (i.e. integrated ink cartridges and ink cartridges without integrated printheads) for colour inkjet print systems. This document can also be applied to the printer component of any multifunctional device that has a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices that contain inkjet printer components. Both liquid and solid ink products can be tested using this document. This document is only intended for the measurement of ink cartridge page yield when printing on plain paper. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. This document can be used to measure the yield of any cartridge that is used in a significant amount during the printing of the test page suite defined in ISO/IEC 24712. This document is not for use with printers whose minimum printable size is equal to or greater than A3 or for printers designed or configured to print photos (for example, maximum printable size less than A4 or a printer configuration intended for photo-only printing). In addition, it only applies to drop-on-demand printing systems. NOTE Integrated ink cartridges is a cartridge that includes at least: an ink containment part, an ink deposition mechanism and an ink transport part (see ISO/IEC 29142-1).

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This document specifies the Contrast?Resolution test chart, the requirements on the printing process needed to reproduce this test chart, the required characteristics of a high resolution scanner needed to digitize the information reproduced on printed test charts, and the requirements on the interpretation of this digitized data. It also specifies the resolution-score method for evaluating the perceptual resolution of printed material using the Contrast?Resolution test chart. The procedure specified in this document is intended for a characterization of the perceived resolution of a graphic arts production printing system using the Contrast?Resolution test chart.

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This document defines a measurement method for the evaluation of distortions in the macroscopic uniformity of printed areas that are oriented in the horizontal and vertical direction, such as streaks and bands. It provides requirements for the layout of the test form, the use of a colour measurement device taking measurements in a 2D sampling grid, and the formula to compute the Macro-Uniformity-Score. This document does not cover any non-adjacent or non-horizontal nor vertical patterns. Due to the used spatial frequency, the Macro-Uniformity-Score does not measure high frequency (fine) patterns such as missing nozzles.

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This document provides background information and guidelines for the development of an ontology for office equipment. An example of how such a standard can be used to automate the identification of resources for colour is provided. NOTE Often the terms vocabulary and ontology are used with the same meaning.

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This document specifies accessibility guidelines to be considered when planning, developing and designing electrophotographic copying machines, page printers and multi-function devices. These guidelines are intended to improve accessibility required when primarily older persons, persons with disabilities and persons with temporary disabilities (hereafter referred to as older persons and persons with disabilities) use office equipment.

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This document specifies the information to be included in the specification sheets for front projection type data projectors and the form of specification sheets. This document is not applicable to units for a rear screen projection.

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The scope of this document is limited to the evaluation of black ink cartridge page yield for ink-containing cartridges (i.e. integrated ink cartridges and ink cartridges without integrated printheads) for monochrome inkjet print systems. This document can also be applied to the printer component of any multifunctional device that has a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices that contain inkjet printer components. Both liquid and solid ink products can be tested using this document. This document is only intended for the measurement of ink cartridge page yield when printing on plain paper. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. This document can be used to measure the yield of any cartridge that is used in a significant amount during the printing of the test page defined in ISO/IEC 19752. This document is not for use with printers whose minimum printable size is equal to or greater than A3 or for printers designed or configured to print photos (for example, maximum printable size less than A4 or a printer configuration intended for photo only printing). In addition, this document only applies to drop on demand printing systems. NOTE Integrated ink cartridge is a cartridge that includes at least: an ink containment part, an ink deposition mechanism and an ink transport part (see ISO/IEC 29142-1).

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This document defines procedures to measure and compare the colour gamuts of RGB and CMYK printing processes. It is not applicable to other printing processes.

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This document describes the test method for light stability and ozone stability for commercial prints, which are displayed in indoor bright places in or near to windows, especially in display windows with air conditioning. This document also provides guidelines for data analysis. This document is applicable to the various product classes of "commercial prints" that, following the terminology of ISO/TR 19300, include commercial production prints (flyers, brochures), transactional and stationary prints, signage, newspapers and periodical prints, book printing as well as packaging printing. These commercial prints often contain combinations of text, pictorial images and/or artwork. Prints for non-commercial use, including prints used and displayed in consumer home environments and prints exhibited or stored in museum context, are outside the scope of this document. This document is applicable to both analogue and digitally printed matter. Methods and principles apply to both, colour and monochrome prints.

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This document defines methods for the objective measurement of the print quality characteristics that contribute to the perceived resolution of reflection mode monochrome printed pages produced by digital electro-photographic printers. The measurement methods of this document are derived from several existing techniques for the assessment of an imaging system's resolution characteristics. Each of these measurement methods is intended for the engineering evaluation of a printing system's perceived resolution and is not intended to be used for purposes of advertising claims. The methods of this document are applicable only to monochrome prints produced in reflection mode by electro-photographic printing technology. This document is intended for monochrome printers utilizing PostScript®[1] interpreters capable of accepting PostScript and encapsulated PostScript (EPS) jobs. [1] PostScript® and Encapsulated PostScript® are registered trademarks for freely usable page description formats controlled and defined by Adobe Systems Incorporated. This information is given for the convenience of users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by ISO/IEC.

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ISO/IEC TR 21565:2018 provides an overview of office viewing environment and colour characterization guidelines for use with office equipment, in particular colour printing devices that have digital imaging capabilities, including multi-function devices.

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ISO/IEC 24790:2017 specifies device-independent image quality attributes, measurement methods and analytical procedures to describe the quality of output images from hardcopy devices. This document is applicable to human-readable monochrome documents produced from printers and copiers. The attributes, methods and procedures rely on measurable properties of printed text and graphic images. Special targets or reference images are not required, but image elements are useful for adequate measurements only if they meet some minimal requirements, e.g. on size or number present. This document is not applicable to images on media other than hardcopy (e.g. images on a visual display) or to images that are intended to be machine readable only (e.g. bar codes).

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ISO/IEC 19752:2017 is limited to the evaluation of toner cartridge page yield for toner containing cartridges (i.e. all-in-one toner cartridges and toner cartridges without a photoconductor) for monochrome electrophotographic print systems. This document could also be applied to the printer component of any multifunctional device that has a digital input-printing path (i.e. multi-function devices that contain printer components). ISO/IEC 19752:2017 is only intended for the measurement of toner cartridge yield. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. NOTE 1 Application of this document for yield measurement of toner replenishment systems (i.e. toner cartridge- and bottle-type systems where the toner reservoir is internal to the printing system and not user-replaceable) requires some procedural modifications specifically noted herein. This document is intended for equipment used in the office space and does not apply to production volume or large format printing machines where the major cost of ownership is not caused by the consumable yield measured in this document. NOTE 2 An all-in-one cartridge is a cartridge that includes at least a toner containment part, a photoreceptor part and a developer part (see ISO/IEC 29142-1).

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The scope of ISO/IEC 19798:2017 is limited to evaluation of toner cartridge page yield for toner-containing cartridges (i.e. all-in-one toner cartridges and toner cartridges without a photoconductor) for colour electrophotographic print systems. This document can also be applied to the printer component of any multifunctional device that has a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices that contain electrophotographic printer components. ISO/IEC 19798:2017 is only intended for the measurement of toner cartridge page yield when printing on plain paper using cyan, magenta, yellow and black toner cartridges. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. ISO/IEC 19798:2017 is not for use with printers whose minimum printable size is equal to or greater than A3 or for photo-only printers. NOTE 1 Application of this document for yield measurement of toner replenishment systems (i.e. toner cartridge and bottle type systems where the toner reservoir is internal to the printing system and not user-replaceable) requires some procedural modifications specifically noted herein. This document is intended for equipment used in the office space and does not apply to production volume or large format printing machines where the major cost of ownership is not caused by the consumable yield measured in this document. NOTE 2 An all-in-one toner cartridge is a cartridge that includes at least: a toner containment part, a photoreceptor part and a developer part (see ISO/IEC 29142‑1).

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The scope of ISO/IEC 24711:2015 is limited to evaluation of ink cartridge page yield for ink-containing cartridges (i.e. integrated ink cartridges and ink cartridges without integrated printheads) for colour inkjet print systems. ISO/IEC 24711:2015 can also be applied to the printer component of any multifunctional device that has a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices that contain inkjet printer components. Both liquid and solid ink products can be tested using ISO/IEC 24711:2015. ISO/IEC 24711:2015 is only intended for the measurement of ink cartridge page yield when printing on plain paper. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. It can be used to measure the yield of any cartridge that is used in a significant amount during the printing of the test suite defined in ISO/IEC 24712. It is not for use with printers whose minimum printable size is equal to or greater than A3 or for printers designed or configured to print photos (for example, maximum printable size less than A4 or a printer configuration intended for photo-only printing). In addition, it only applies to drop-on-demand printing systems.

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ISO/IEC 17823:2015 provides definitions for colour terms used with office equipment, in particular for use with colour scanning and printing devices that have digital imaging capabilities, including multi-function devices. ISO/IEC 17823:2015 is not intended to replace terms and definitions published in documents or user interfaces issued or created by manufacturers.

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ISO/IEC 29102:2015 is to provide a method to determine the ink cartridge photo yield of ink-containing cartridges (i.e. integrated ink cartridges and ink cartridges without integrated printheads) for colour photo printing with colour inkjet printers and multifunction devices that contain inkjet printer components. In the case where a cartridge set can be used in multiple printer models, only one yield test needs to be performed as long as the difference between printer models does not impact yield. NOTE A cartridge supplier may choose to use more than one market identifier for a single physical cartridge. In this case only one yield test is required as long as there are no differences in the cartridges other than market identifiers. ISO/IEC 29102:2015 prescribes the following: - the test method that manufacturers, test laboratories, etc. use to determine ink cartridge photo yield; - the method for determination of declared photo yield values from the test results; and - the appropriate method of describing the photo yield of cartridges in documentation supplied to the consumer by the manufacturer. ISO/IEC 29102:2015 is only intended for the determination of ink cartridge photo yield. No other claims can be made from this testing regarding quality, reliability, etc. ISO/IEC 29102:2015 can be used to determine the yield of any cartridge that is used during the printing of the photo test file defined in ISO/IEC 29103. ISO/IEC 29102:2015 is not for use with printers whose minimum printable size is equal to or greater than A3. This International Standard is not intended to measure the yield of photo printing on paper size larger than 4×6, L or A6. In addition, this International Standard is not for use with industrial printers or point of sale printers. It only applies to desktop printing systems.

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ISO/IEC 17091:2015 specifies a method for determining scanning productivity by measuring "scanning speed" and "scan to network folder speed". It includes test files, test setup procedure, test procedure, and the reporting requirements for the scanning productivity measurements. This International Standard is applicable to black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital multifunctional devices of any underlying marking technology. ISO/IEC 17091:2015 is applicable to devices which are able to scan a media size of A4/8,5" × 11", and which have an automatic document feeder (ADF), an ability to scan to network folder, and do not need other application programs on a computer or another devices to do a scanning job. ISO/IEC 17091:2015 is not intended to be use for image quality measurement, document or record management of any scanned images.

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ISO/IEC 24734:2014 specifies a method for measuring the productivity of digital printing devices with various office applications and print job characteristics. It is applicable to digital printing devices, including single-function and multi-function devices, regardless of print technology (e.g. inkjet, laser). Devices can be equipped with a range of paper feed and finishing options either directly connected to the computer system or via a network. It is intended to be used for black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital printing devices. It allows for the comparison of the productivity of machines operating in various available modes (simplex, duplex, size of substrates, etc.) and office applications when the test system environment, operating modes, and job mix for each machine are held identical. ISO/IEC 24734:2014 includes test files, test setup procedure, test runtime procedure, and the reporting requirements for the digital printing productivity measurements. ISO/IEC 24734:2014 is not intended to be used for devices which are not able to print on a media size of A4/8.5"x11" or for devices, which are not able to collate multiple copies of a print. ISO/IEC 24734:2014 is not intended to replace a manufacturer's rated speeds. The productivity of a digital printing device depends on factors other than the printing device itself. These include, but are not limited to, computer manufacturer and model, central processor type and speed, RAM and hard disk memory capacity and speed, software driver, version of the application being used, operating system, and the type and speed of the communication path from computer to printing device, etc. Because of this, in order to make useful and accurate direct comparisons of printing productivity with ISO/IEC 24734:2014, the same computer system hardware and software have to be used for measuring the printing devices, if, for the purpose of being directly compared one to another. For every printing productivity measurement, the basic specifications of the computer hardware and software have to be included with the results of the printing productivity measurement.

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ISO/IEC 17629:2014 specifies a method for measuring first print out time of digital printing devices. It is applicable to digital printing devices and multifunctional devices. It is intended to be used for black and white (B&W) as well as colour digital printing devices and multifunctional devices of any underlying marking technology. It includes instructions for test charts, test setup procedure, test procedure, and the reporting requirements for the digital printing measurements.

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ISO/IEC 11160 is intended to facilitate users in selecting a printer which meets their requirements. ISO/IEC 11160 specifies the minimum information to be included in the specification sheets of printers in order for users to compare the characteristics of different machines. The term "Specification Sheets" applies to documents which describe the performance characteristics of the printers to be included in instruction manuals, product brochures or on websites. ISO/IEC 11160 applies to printers that could be operated in an office environment. Printers requiring specially equipped rooms or specially instructed operators are not considered in ISO/IEC 11160. ISO/IEC 11160 deals with different classes of printers. ISO/IEC 11160-2:2013 accommodates Class 3 and Class 4 printers, as defined in Annex C. Detailed descriptions of Class 3 and Class 4 printers are specified in Annex A. Serial printers are classified as Class 1 or Class 2 printers as defined in Annex C and covered by ISO/IEC 11160-1.

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ISO/IEC 29142-1:2013 establishes terms, symbols, notations and a framework for characterizing toner and ink cartridges used in printing devices that have a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices. It is intended for equipment used in office environments. It primarily provides a foundation for measuring, evaluating, or specifying characteristics of such toner and ink cartridges. The terms, symbols, notations and framework established in ISO/IEC 29142-1:2013 can be applied to such cartridges. The characterizations associated with the terms, symbols, notations, and framework established in ISO/IEC 29142-1:2013 are specified throughout the ISO/IEC 29142 series.

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ISO/IEC 29142-2:2013 establishes the product and package labelling, and related reporting provisions for toner and ink cartridges used in printing devices that have a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices. It is intended for equipment used in office environments. ISO/IEC 29142-2:2013 defines the information requirements for the cartridge characterization documentation on packaging and cartridges, and in reports.

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ISO/IEC 29142-3:2013 describes the principles and framework for environmental assessment of ink and toner cartridges used in printing devices that have a digital input printing path, including multi-function devices, including: a) the goals and definitions related to environmental responsibility; b) guidance to determine the relative benefits of reuse, recycling, recovery, and reduction techniques; c) identification and prioritization of environmental attributes according to each phase of the cartridge life-cycle; d) criteria for establishing environmentally sustainable practices. ISO/IEC 29142-3:2013 establishes foundational terms, definitions, attributes, and test methods for cartridge environmental standards, environmental labels, and green procurement criteria. ISO/IEC 29142-3:2013 standardizes treatment of environmental interactions and impacts throughout the cartridge life-cycle, and promotes harmonization of environmental standards, environmental labels, and green procurement criteria pertaining to ink and toner cartridges, thereby reducing impact on the environment and informing and benefiting the cartridge customer. ISO/IEC 29142-3:2013 establishes environmental terms, definitions, attributes and test methods in accordance with the terms, symbols, notations and framework of ISO/IEC 29142-1 and ISO Guide 64.

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ISO/IEC TR 29186:2012 is a supplement to CIE 156:2004, applicable for use in evaluating the colour gamut mapping algorithms of office colour softcopy and hardcopy equipment. ISO/IEC TR 29186:2012 defines test charts, test chart image processing workflow, media, viewing conditions, measurements, colour spaces and experimental methods, suitable for use with office equipment, which either do not exist in CIE 156:2004 or are different from CIE 156:2004. Colour softcopy may be displayed on monitors, incorporating display technologies such as CRT and LCD. Colour hardcopy may be produced by non-impact colour printers, including technologies such as ink jet and electro photography.

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ISO/IEC 24735:2012 specifies a method for measuring the "productivity" of digital copying devices and multifunctional devices with various copying modes. It is applicable to digital copying devices and multifunctional devices equipped with automatic document feeder and collating function.

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ISO/IEC 21117:2012 specifies the information to be listed in specification sheets for electrophotographic digital copying machines and multi-function devices.

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ISO/IEC 29103:2011 defines a set of test images in a common file format, JPEG, that are used in the testing of cartridge yield for printing of photographs. The defined documents are used in ISO/IEC 29102 to determine the photo yield of cartridges in an inkjet-based printing system.

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ISO/IEC 24712:2007 defines colour test pages for the measurement of consumable yield. The test page suite includes four "customer" type documents and one "diagnostic" page that is used to determine end of ink or toner consumable life. These pages can be used for electro-photographic, inkjet printers and multi-function devices that have a digital printing path, i.e. an all-in-one electro-photographic machine that has digital printing capabilities. ISO/IEC 24712:2007 provides a set of test pages in a common file format that would be used in the testing of consumable yield. The procedure for using these pages is detailed in ISO/IEC 19798 and ISO/IEC 24711. These pages are intended to represent some of the document types that are used in the office and home. They are not intended to represent special applications such as photo printing.

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ISO/IEC 19799:2007 defines methods and processes for measuring objective print quality attributes for the assessment of gloss non-uniformity on printed pages in reflection mode, and provides transforms, when applicable, that relate the objective results to subjective responses if appropriate. The gloss uniformity attributes included in ISO/IEC 19799:2007 are differential gloss, gloss uniformity within a page, and gloss consistency within a run. ISO/IEC 19799:2007 provides a definition of gloss uniformity attributes representative of the print quality on reflection prints, a set of print files for the creation of printed pages for gloss uniformity measurement, a procedure for gloss uniformity testing and the analysis of the resulting data, a method for evaluating and grading these measurements and deriving an assessment of gloss uniformity, the appropriate method of describing the gloss uniformity of printing and copying systems in documentation supplied to the consumer by the manufacturer. The reflection prints that are to be used for measurement can be created via printers or copiers (analog and digital). ISO/IEC 19799:2007 is applicable only to electro-photographic based prints. It does not address the measurement of gloss attributes of printed pages in transmission mode.

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ISO/IEC 18050:2006 specifies two methodologies for the measurement of specific print quality attributes of two-dimensional bar code symbols printed within the requirements of Digital Postage Marks. One of these methodologies is applicable to multi-row bar code symbologies and the other to two-dimensional matrix symbologies. ISO/IEC 18050:2006 defines methods for grading print quality attributes and deriving an overall assessment of symbol quality. In addition, it gives information on possible causes of deviation from optimum grades so as to assist users and postal operators in taking appropriate corrective action. ISO/IEC 18050:2006 applies only to those two-dimensional symbologies for which a reference decode algorithm has been defined, and provides an indicative read rate for limiting mean parameter values. The methodologies can be applied partially or wholly to other similar symbologies.

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ISO/IEC 24700:2004 specifies product characteristics for use in an original equipment manufacturer's or authorized third party's declaration of conformity to demonstrate that a marketed product that contains reused components performs equivalent to new, meeting equivalent to new component specifications and performance criteria, and continues to meet all the safety and environmental criteria required by responsibly built products. It is relevant to marketed products whose manufacturing and recovery processes result in the reuse of components. Annex C has a description of how reuse relates to other recycling processes. ISO/IEC 24700:2004 is applicable to: A situation in which a government requires a neutral benchmark to evaluate the quality, safety and performance of equipment that contains reused components and to demonstrate the environmental responsibility of the supplier. When regulations mandate a neutral benchmark for equipment, ISO/IEC 24700:2004 provides the benchmark for proving compliance with such regulations. A situation in which a commercial supplier requires a neutral benchmark to demonstrate and communicate the quality, safety and performance of equipment that contains reused components and to demonstrate the environmental responsibility of the supplier. Situations in which consumers require a neutral benchmark to identify or distinguish environmentally responsible products. ISO/IEC 24700:2004 reflects the world's current approaches that yield products from many manufacturing processes including the reuse of components, with the equipment's warranties and guarantees playing an important role in market acceptance. In today's procurement processes, technical equipment definitions used by regulators must be addressed and, in that sense, ISO/IEC 24700:2004 will be useful in procurement and in the trade facilitation area, to communicate with regulators. ISO/IEC 24700:2004 specifically addresses office equipment. However, in the future it may provide valuable directions for other industries and industrial sectors.

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This International Standard applies to implementation and application of test charts for colour copying machines. This International Standard serves for testing of reproduction properties of colour copying machines, in order to help to recognize the possibilities and limits of various machines and for their comparison. To use this International Standard, make copies of at least two test charts (one achromatic and one chromatic) out of eight test charts using the device to be tested. The resulting copies shall be examined visually and may be compared with the original test charts. Objective measurements may be made for these copies. Eight ISO-test charts, four in halftone (offset reproduction) and four in continuous tone (photographic reproduction), belonging to this International Standard may be produced by different manufacturers. Information about where to obtain test chart layout and colorimetric L*a*b* data to produce the charts may be found in Annex M. All hard copy patterns (analog test charts) produced according to this International Standard should be discarded after three years.

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This International Standard specifies a method for measuring the throughput of class 1 and class 2 printers, as defined in ISO/IEC 11160-1. This International Standard specifies three different test patterns: · a standard business letter; · a spreadsheet; · a graphic pattern. In addition, this International Standard defines a method for a performance test and one for an endurance test. These tests are intended to measure only the printer throughput for documents in the same class as the test patterns and not to evaluate any other printer features such as character shaping, print compressions, network/controller performance, colour, etc. The method is relevant to class 1 and class 2 printer types (e.g. dot matrix, daisy wheel, ink jet, thermal transfer printers) and to all configurations (e.g. tractor feed, cut sheet feed, 80-column and over 132-column print width, etc.). It is not the most suitable for comparing performance of other classes of printing devices such as high-speed page-oriented printers or color printers. This method is intended for use by printer manufacturers and test houses so that a common form of test result presentation shall be obtained. It will also enable a user to make a quick and easy comparison of the printing throughput of different printers.

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This International Standard is intended to facilitate user selection of an image scanner. This International Standard specifies the minimum information that shall be included by manufacturers in their specification sheets for scanners. This International Standard is made for the average end user. For this reason it does not describe all specifications of scanners with special features such as double sided scanning or high speed. By insuring consistency of specification of scanner product information, this International Standard enables the end user to make meaningful comparisons of machine functionality and performance characteristics. The most meaningful parameters of function and performance are specified and defined, and measures of performance are provided. This International Standard further applies to types of scanners which are most prevalent in use, including parameters for a scanning engine (an optomechanical physical device) and basic image processing only (those processes include digital data output with encoded gray scale, or unencoded single bit plus halftone data). It does not require specification of advanced application processing such as OCR, translation, vector conversion, etc. Because scanners use both software and/or hardware to achieve some scanner functions and controls, the standard contains some entries related to software even though the standard is primarily for scanner hardware. The manufacturer, at his option, may include description of such additional functionality which may be provided. This standard also does not consider image quality, nor does it provide or use related test targets.

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Specifies the minimum information that shall be included in the specification sheets of printers enabling users to compare the characteristics of different machines and select a suitable printer. Applies to Class 3 and Class 4 printers according annex B for an office environment.

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ISO/IEC 28360:2015 specifies methods to determine chemical emission rates of Analyte from ICT & CE equipment during intended operation in an Emission Test Chamber (ETC). The methods comprise preparation, sampling (or monitoring) in a controlled ETC, storage and analysis, calculation and reporting of emission rates. This International Standard includes specific methods for equipment using consumables, such as printers, and equipment not using consumables, such as monitors and PC's. Annex A specifies monochrome and colour print patterns for use in the operating phase of EUT using consumables (e.g. paper). Examples of EUT that do not use consumables are: · Monitors and TV sets (CRT, Plasma, LCD, Rear projector, Beamer). · Video (VCR, DVD Player/Recorder, Camcorder). · SAT Receiver (Set-Top Box). · Audio units (CD Player/Recorder, Home theatre Systems, Audio Home Systems, Micro-/Mini, Midi Systems, Amplifier, Receiver). · Portable Audio (CD Player, MP 3 Player, Radio recorder, Clock radio etc). · Computer (desktop, tower, server), portable computers (Notebooks). Emission rates from EUT using consumables may also be determined according to additional requirements identified by "RAL-UZ 171 Option". Calculations use the generalised model and approximations thereof as developed in Annex C. The emission rates determined with this method may be used to compare equipment in the same class. Predictions of "real indoor" concentrations from the determined emission rates are outside the scope of this International Standard.

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ISO/IEC 21118:2012 specifies the information to be included in the specification sheets for front projection type data projectors and the form of specification sheets. It is also applicable to data projectors that have a video signal input port as well as a computer signal input port. It is not applicable to units for a rear screen projection or with a video input terminal alone.

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ISO/IEC TS 24790:2012 specifies device-independent image quality attributes, measurement methods, and analytical procedures to describe the quality of output images from hardcopy devices. It is applicable to human-readable monochrome documents produced from printers and copiers. The attributes, methods and procedures rely on measurable properties of printed text and graphic images. Special targets or reference images are not required, but image elements must meet some minimal requirements, e.g. on size or number present, in order to be useful for adequate measurements. ISO/IEC TS 24790:2012 is not applicable to images on media other than hardcopy (e.g. images on a VDT) or to images that are intended to be machine readable only (e.g. bar codes).

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