Interrelationship of Quartz-Fiber Electrometer Type Exposure Meters and Companion Exposure Meter Chargers
|Publication Date:||1 January 1980|
(This Foreword is not a part of ANSI N42.6-1980, American National Standard Interrelationship of Quartz-Fiber Electrometer Type Exposure Meters and Companion Exposure Meter Chargers.)
The first version of this standard was approved as ANSI N3-1965 on September 20, 1965 after being letter ballotted on June 2, 1964 by ANSI Technical Committee N 3 (Now N 42). It was reaffirmed in 1971, based on N 42 letter ballot of December 14,1970, and was redesignated as N 42.6. The standard has been revised and the revision approved by N 42 letter ballot of May 16,1977.
At the time it approved this standard, the American National Standards Committee N 42 on Radiation Instrumentation had the following personnel :
The purpose of this standard is to specify interrelating mechanical and electrical properties so that quartz-fiber exposure meters may be used with any charger. Other characteristics peculiar to these devices but not affecting the interrelationship between chargers and exposure meters are purposely omitted. These are described in ANSI N13.5-1972.