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UL Standard for Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use – Part 2-061: Particular Requirements for Laboratory Atomic Spectrometers with Thermal Atomization and Ionization

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Organization: UL
Publication Date: 27 June 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 30
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Equipment included in scope

This part of IEC 61010 applies to electrically powered laboratory atomic spectrometers with thermal atomization.

NOTE 1 Examples include atomic absorption spectrometers, emission flame photometers, atomic fluorescence spectrophotometers, inductively coupled plasma spectrometers, microwave coupled plasma spectrometers and mass spectrometers, all with thermal atomization and ionization (including tubing and connectors which are provided by the manufacturer for connection to external supplies).

NOTE 2 If all or part of the equipment falls within the scope of one or more other Part 2 documents of IEC 61010 as well as within the scope of this document, consideration is given to those other Part 2 documents.

Equipment excluded from scope

This document does not apply to thermal atomization detectors (flame ionization detectors) used in gas chromatography.

Document History

61010-2-061
June 27, 2019
UL Standard for Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use – Part 2-061: Particular Requirements for Laboratory Atomic Spectrometers with Thermal Atomization and Ionization
Equipment included in scope This part of IEC 61010 applies to electrically powered laboratory atomic spectrometers with thermal atomization. NOTE 1 Examples include atomic absorption spectrometers,...
July 31, 2015
UL Standard for Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and Laboratory Use – Part 2-061: Particular Requirements for Laboratory Atomic Spectrometers with Thermal Atomization and Ionization
Equipment included in scope This part of IEC 61010 applies to electrically powered laboratory atomic spectrometers with thermal atomizatio NOTE 1 Examples include atomic absorption spectrometers,...

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