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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Jul 4, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    Hi everyone,

    I am new in this field (physical chemistry background). I am a test
    engineer for an eye wear company. We are about to incorporate some
    electronic in one of our product.
    Could anyone tell me what are the standards i should need to look at??
    Thanks a lot.
     
  2. Tom Biasi

    Tom Biasi Guest

    I think you will have to say a little more than that if you expect any help.
     
  3. Guest

    we gonna have a battery pack with small board to transform the DC into
    60Hz 12V. The board and the battery pack are exposed to the outdoor
    (rain, sun, dust...). Everything is pretty close to the face. Our
    product is design for military application. I have absolutly no idea
    of what are the state of the art standards require for electronic
    devise, idealy our system should comply with EN, ANSI, and ASTM
    standards. That is why i did start by asking some advise to you guys.
    Hope those precision are gonna help you to help me.
     
  4. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    ---
    Gmail, huh?

    lucky guy you guest right!

    we have mililtary expert tease and can lead you to suck cess. Pool
    our know ledge with urine trinsic idiocrispy and how much amps at
    60Hz 12V you need, and may be a speck will output.

    standards are for silly guise, so ingore them.

    just press on, using your white cane to guide you, and everything
    will work out just fine.
     
  5. Tom Biasi

    Tom Biasi Guest

    If you are a test engineer then you should know how to research this
    project.
    The advice that you get here is only as good as the information that you
    provide, and most times less.
    Tom
     
  6. Chris

    Chris Guest

    Snort! Happy fourth, Mr. Fields, and thanks for the fireworks -- lit
    'im up real good.

    Cheers
    Chris
     
  7. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    Here's my advice FWIW.

    Find yourself a tame EMC / safety consultant. You'll probably need to use one at
    some point anyway. He'll be able to give you expert advice.

    Note that designing for EMC /safety is whole lot cheaper than having to
    re-design after a test failure.

    If you're in the UK look out for 'EMC clubs'. These were a DTI initiative IIRC.
    They are local sources of free advice and they probably also have some test kit
    they share among members.

    Graham
     
  8. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

     
  9. lienju

    lienju Guest

    manges dont tout simplement de la marde.
    merci
     
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