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IEC 60721-2-2

Classification of Environmental Conditions Part 2: Environmental Conditions Appearing in Nature Precipitation and Wind

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 January 1988
Status: inactive
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Environmental testing): 19.040
scope:

This part of the standard presents fundamental properties, quantities for characterization, and a classification of environmental conditions dependent on precipitation and wind relevant for electrotechnical products.

It is intended to be used as background material when selecting appropriate severities of parameters related to precipitation and wind for product applications.

When selecting severities of parameters related to precipitation and wind for product application, the values given in IEC Publication 72 1 - 1 should be applied.

Object

To define the characteristics of precipitation and wind as background for the severities to which products are liable to be exposed during transportation, storage and use.

Document History

December 1, 2012
Classification of environmental conditions – Part 2-2: Environmental conditions appearing in nature – Precipitation and wind
This part of IEC 60721 presents fundamental properties, quantities for characterization, and a classification of environmental conditions dependent on precipitation and wind relevant for...
IEC 60721-2-2
January 1, 1988
Classification of Environmental Conditions Part 2: Environmental Conditions Appearing in Nature Precipitation and Wind
This part of the standard presents fundamental properties, quantities for characterization, and a classification of environmental conditions dependent on precipitation and wind relevant for...

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