International Electrotechnical Commission IEC

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The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) was founded in 1906 and has a history of more than 90 years. It is the earliest International Electrotechnical Standardization Organization in the world, responsible for international standardization in the field of electrical engineering and electronic engineering

The purpose of IEC is to promote international cooperation in standardization and related issues in the field of electrical and electronic engineering, and enhance international mutual understanding. To achieve this goal, IEC publishes various publications, including international standards, and hopes that members will use these standards in their national standardization work if their national conditions permit. In the past 20 years, the work field and organization scale of IEC have developed considerably. Today, the number of IEC member states has increased from 35 in 1960 to 60. They account for 80% of the world's population and 95% of the global electricity consumption. At present, the work field of IEC has expanded from simply studying the terminology and power of electrical equipment and motors to all aspects of electrical technology, such as electronics, power, microelectronics and their applications, communication, audio-visual, robotics, information technology, new medical devices and nuclear instruments. The IEC standard has covered 35% of the products in the world market. By the end of this century, this number can reach 5. Strengthen the joint load of cooperation to 1. The willingness of constant load is 0%

the authority of IEC standards is universally recognized. IEC holds more than 100 international standard conferences around the world every year, and nearly 100000 experts from all over the world are participating in the formulation and revision of IEC standards with great fire risk. IEC now has 89 technical committees (TC); There are 107 sub technical committees (SC). IEC standards are increasing rapidly. In 1963, there were only 120 standards. By the end of December 2000, IEC has formulated 4885 international standards

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China joined IEC in 1957 and has participated in the work of IEC in the name of the State Bureau of technical supervision since 1988. China is now a p member of 89 technical committees and 107 sub committees of IEC. In the near future, it will participate in the work of IEC in the name of China National Bureau of standardization. At present, China is a member of IEC board of directors, Executive Committee and conformity assessment Bureau. In 1990, China hosted the 54th annual conference of IEC in Beijing, and in October 2002, China will also host the 66th annual conference of IEC in Beijing. (end)

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