CENELEC - EN 140402
Blank Detail Specification: Fixed low power wirewound surface mount (SMD) resistors
|Publication Date:||1 April 2015|
|ICS Code (Fixed resistors):||31.040.10|
Blank detail specification
A blank detail specification is a supplementary document to the sectional specification and contains requirements for style and layout and minimum content of detail specifications. Detail specifications not complying with these requirements should not be considered as being in accordance with European Standards nor should they be so described.
In the preparation of the detail specification the content of EN 60115-8:2012, 1.4 should be taken into account.
The detail specification should be written by using the preferred values given in EN 60115-8.
The detail specification should contain a table of contents prior the first page of the actual specification. For the use of SI units refer to EN ISO 80000-1, for the use of letter symbols to be used in electrical technology, refer to EN 60027-1.
This Blank Detail Specification uses two different kinds of notes:
- NOTE for notes which give additional information intended to assist the understanding or use of the resulting document and therefore should be copied as NOTE into the drafted Detail Specification.
- NOTE (ed) for editorial notes which are intended to aid and direct the specification writer and therefore should not be copied into the drafted Detail Specification.
Identification of the detail specification and the component
The first page of the detail specification should have the layout recommended on page 6. The numbers in square brackets correspond to the indications to be completed thereunder:
 the name of the Standardisation Organisation under whose authority the detail specification is published and if applicable, the organisation from whom the detail specification is available;
 the CECC symbol and the number allocated to the detail specification by the CENELEC General Secretariat;
 the number and issue number of the EN generic and sectional specification as relevant; also national reference if different;
 the national number of the detail specification, date of issue and any further information required by the national system, together with any amendment numbers, if different from the EN number;
 a brief description of the component or range of components;  information on typical construction (where applicable);
 an outline drawing with the main dimensions which are of importance for interchangeability and/or reference to the appropriate national or international document for outlines. Alternatively, this drawing may be given in an annex to the detail specification;
 the level of quality assessment covered by the detail specification.
For  and  the text to be given in the detail specification should be suitable for an entry in a register of approvals and the "CENELEC Catalogue of European Standards".