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ASA - ANSI/ASA S12.43 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD METHODS FOR MEASUREMENT OF SOUND EMITTED BY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT AT WORKSTATIONS AND OTHER SPECIFIED POSITIONS Organization: ASA
Date: 1997-01-27
Description: General This Standard specifies three methods for measuring sound pressure levels from machinery and equipment, at a workstation and at other specified positions nearby. The three methods are differentiated primarily by the acoustical environment in which the measurements are made: Method A: Measurements in an essentially free field over a reflecting plane.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S12.44 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD METHODS FOR CALCULATION OF SOUND EMITTED BY MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT AT WORKSTATIONS AND OTHER SPECIFIED POSITIONS FROM SOUND POWER LEVEL Organization: ASA
Date: 1997-01-27
Description: General This Standard specifies two methods for determining the emission sound pressure levels of machinery and equipment, at workstations and at other specified positions nearby, by calculation form the sound power level.
ASTM F1850 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR ANESTHESIA WORKSTATIONS AND THEIR COMPONENTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2000-02-10
Description: It is the intent of this specification that both complete ANESTHESIA WORKSTATIONS and the individual devices be commercially available to allow USERS to configure an ANESTHESIA WORKSTATION to meet the needs of their clinical practice in conformance with their national regulations or guidelines, or both.
CSA C22.2 NO 80601-2-13 - MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - PART 2-13: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR BASIC SAFETY AND ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE OF AN ANAESTHETIC WORKSTATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: [Add the following note] Note 1A: Attention should be directed to the recommendations for patient monitoring during anaesthesia made by national, professional, and regulatory bodies. These recommendations include, but are not limited to, pulse oximetry, electrocardiographic monitoring, and monitoring of blood pressure, anaesthetic agent concentration, end-tidal CO2, and body temperature.
NIST - 500-245 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS - DATA FORMAT FOR THE INTERCHANGE OF FINGERPRINT, FACIAL, & SCAR MARK & TATTOO (SMT) INFORMATION Organization: NIST
Date: 2000-01-01
Description: Typical applications for this software might include, but are not limited to, computer systems associated with a live-scan fingerprinting system, a workstation that is connected to or is part of an Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), or an Image Storage and Retrieval system containing fingerprints, facial/mugshot, or SMT images.
ASC/X9 - X9 BAI - X9 BAI VERSION 2 CASH MANAGEMENT BALANCE REPORTING - VERSION 2 Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2010-01-19
Description: Often companies implement many variations of the specification causing a large investment in scripting and resources to integrate these format versions in their back office applications (Treasury Workstations, A/P systems, ERP, etc). The expected outcome of the project will update the BAI specification to become an American National Standard incorporating best practices and code sets from both the current specification and the IS0 20022 CAMT (cash management) reporting messages and associated code sets.
NAVY - OPNAV 5420.114A - (N2N6) NAVY ENTERPRISE INFORMATION GOVERNANCE BOARD CHARTER Organization: NAVY
Date: 2016-11-02
Description: A representative sample of IT equipment includes, but is not limited to: networks, computer workstations, laptops, personal digital assistants, hand held Internet access devices, cell and or smart phones, air cards, wireless routers, servers, copiers, printers, scanners, bar code readers, video teleconference equipment, and software applications.
VA - FED H-08-1 SEC 15902 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION (DDC) Organization: VA
Date: 2005-03-01
Description: Engineering Control Center (ECC) shall include:1. Operator Workstation Web-Browser User Interface (UI).2. Ethernet, IP Supervisory Network.
ASTM SHEETMETAL - MECHANICS MODELING OF SHEET METAL FORMING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: The governing equations are presented with specified boundary and initial conditions, and these equations are solved using a modem digital computer (engineering workstation) via finite element methods. Therefore, the forming of any complex part such as an automotive inner panel can be simulated.

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