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BSI - BS EN 50155

Railway Applications - Electronic Equipment Used on Rolling Stock

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 15 September 1996
Status: inactive
Page Count: 42
ICS Code (Electric traction equipment): 29.280
ICS Code (Tractive stock): 45.060.10
scope:

Conditions of operation, design, construction and testing of electronic equipment together with hardware/software requirements necessary for reliability.

Document History

February 26, 2019
Draft BS EN 50155 Railway applications - Rolling stock - Electronic equipment
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October 31, 2017
Railway applications - Rolling stock - Electronic equipment
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August 31, 2007
Railway applications - Electronic equipment used on rolling stock
This standard applies to all electronic equipment for control, regulation, protection, supply, etc., installed on rail vehicles and associated with: - either the accumulator battery of the vehicle;...
August 31, 2007
Railway applications - Electronic equipment used on rolling stock
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September 4, 2001
Railway applications Electronic equipment used on rolling stock
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September 4, 2001
Railway applications. Electronic equipment used on rolling stock
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September 4, 2001
Railway Applications - Electronic Equipment Used on Rolling Stock
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BS EN 50155
September 15, 1996
Railway Applications - Electronic Equipment Used on Rolling Stock
Conditions of operation, design, construction and testing of electronic equipment together with hardware/software requirements necessary for reliability.

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