harmonised standard

harmonised standard

A European standard for a process or protocol that has been accepted by all member states and published in the Official Journal of the European Communities.
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5 GHz RLAN: Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of article 3.
There are two current National and European standards that cover the aspect of architectural powder coating, BS 6496:1984, which, despite it being superseded, is still referred to and BS EN 122061:2004 which is the current harmonised standard.
And so it is timely that an acquaintance of the Editor should have contacted us to air his concerns that a new harmonised standard may well cause more problems than it solves.
By means of the harmonised standard DIN EN ISO 4126-4 POSVs are now also approved in Europe.
THE PRESIDENT of the European Commission has indicated he favours a harmonised standard for European Union (EU) airport security that includes the installation of body scanners.
Control and instrumentation trade body Gambica is warning that a telecoms industry-inspired attempt to write a harmonised standard for wireless systems could have the effect of not allowing current industrial wireless systems to function at all.
BS EN 14363: Part 1 is the latest Harmonised Standard which covers non-electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres under group II of ATEX 94/9/EC.
The new version is now a harmonised standard, the references having been published in the Official Journal of the European Union, the existing version will cease being a harmonised standard on 20 April 2016, i.
The aim of this three-way meeting, the third and probably the last according to stakeholders, is to find a common ground on the institutions' last difference of views: rules under which a party may object to a harmonised standard or technical specification.
The European Committee for electrotechnical standardisation (CENELEC) has been charged with the revision of the harmonised standard.
The most substantial changes accepted by the Commission (and the Council) were made by amendments that limit use of European technical assessments (ETAs) to situations where the product in question is not covered or only partially covered by a harmonised standard.
An EAM is a technical document which defines the characteristics of materials designed for repeated use in the manufacture of pressure equipment which are not already covered by a harmonised standard.