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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Lturco, Oct 11, 2005.

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  1. Lturco

    Lturco Guest

    Anyone has a copy of 61000-4-2 downloadable?

    Ridiculous to pay $106US for 75 pages... more then $1.00 per page...
    it's like CD's... sell them around $5 and I will never copy them... we
    all know they cost less than .50 to print... and artist never have more
    than $1.00 per copy... could it be reasonable???

    I bought so many standards, most of the time useless... or only one or
    two pages useful... we have to read them first to decide if it's the
    thing we were searching for before throwing money in that pit...

    Louis. I'm for the science advancement...

    P.S. I have IPC 325A,D316,D275,SM782,A610,CM770... and only D275 and
    SM-782 are worth the paper price... ask me for a possible scanning job...
     
  2. I read in sci.electronics.design that Lturco <>
    It's GBP106 in UK if you are not a Subscribing Member of BSI.

    You can get English versions of some standards from the Netherlands
    Standards web site and some others, such as Denmark. You need a table of
    exchange rates and a good Google session. If a German text will do, the
    DIN version is often of lower cost than others. Fewer blank pages for
    artistic effect.

    http://www.beuth.de

    Bestellen: Auswahlkasten markieren und auf "Warenkorb" klicken
    DIN EN 61000-4-2, Ausgabe:2001-12
    Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (EMV) - Teil 4-2: Prüf- und
    Messverfahren; Prüfung der Störfestigkeit gegen die Entladung statischer
    Elektrizität (IEC 61000-4-2:1995 + A1:1998 + A2:2000); Deutsche Fassung
    EN 61000-4-2:1995 + A1:1998 + A2:2001
    Originalsprache: de, 48,78 EUR

    49 Euros is a bit less than USD100, I suppose.
     
  3. Ted Edwards

    Ted Edwards Guest

    I see a number of artists are starting to advertise their CD's on their
    own web pages. These are often sold in the 10-15 dollar range. What
    would it take to set up several burners on a PC? Is there another low
    capital cost alternative?

    One has to buy and burn the CD, print the face and package it. I'm
    guessing it should be do-able at about a dollar a pop. How much is bulk
    mailing of such things? Add another dollar for amortising capital
    (reasonable?). If it all came to $3 and the CD sold for (say) $6, would
    the artist not get three times as much?

    Ted
     
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