Governmental/Military acronym for Intelligence Evaluation Committee.
International standards and conformity assessment body for all fields of electrotechnology.
Independent Ethics Committee. The Independent (Research) Ethics Committee (in Europe) is an independent body constituted of medical, scientific and non-scientific members whose responsibility is to ensure the protection of the rights, safety and well-being of human subjects involved in a study by, among other things, reviewing, approving and providing continuing review of study protocol and amendments and of the methods used in obtaining and documenting informed consent of the study subjects. The equivalent body in North America or Japan is the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
International Standards Group
IEC stands for nternational lectrotechnical ommission, a US-based standards organisation.
Independent Electrical Contractors.
Institutional ethics committee See: ethics committee
Abbreviation for International Electro-technical Commission. This organization is associated with equipment used internationally.
International Electro-technical Commission. The body that has responsibility for developing international A/V standards. ICIA cooperates with IEC sub-committee SC-60.
International ElectroChemical Commission. A worldwide organization for standardization in the electrical and electronic fields.
International Electrical Congress and was created in 1906 in England. The IEC publishes international standards for electrical, electronic and related technologies.
Abbreviation for the International Engineering Consortium. Founded in 1944, the International Engineering Consortium is a nonprofit, public service organization sponsored by universities and engineering societies dedicated to continuing education for the U.S. electronics industry. They are responsible for organizing and establishing standards that are employed in all sorts of electronic equipment. A couple that are relevant to us are the IEC time code standard used by many DAT machines, and the IEC power cable connection, which is the most common type of removable power cord connector used in our industry.
Advisory organization that draws up international standards in the electrotechnical field.
International Electro-technical Commission Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). A membership organization, including engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields, that is involved with setting standards for the computer and communications field.
Stands for International Electromechanical Association.
Independent Electoral Commission. The institution set up by the Constitution that is responsible for organising elections and making sure that the elections are free and fair.
International Electrotechnical Commission (also CEI).
International Electrotechnical Commission. An international organization that sets standards for measurements.
International Electrotechnical Commission. An international standardization organization that issues documents defining the technical specifications for a very large range of hardware, e. g. mains plugs and connectors, or VCR tape formats.
International Electrotechnical Commission. (See Appendix C.)
The International Electrotechnical Commission, the international standards body which is responsible for electrical standards.
Acronym for International Electrotechnical Commission. An organization that publishes the IEC 60825-1 laser safety standard.
International Electrochemical Commission. Sets worldwide standards for the electromechanical industry. The main IEC standards applicable to sealed nickel-cadmium and nickel-metal hydride cells and batteries are IEC 60285 for Ni-Cd cylindrical cells IEC 60509 for Ni-Cd button cells IEC 61436 for cylindrical and prismatic Ni-MH cells.
International Electrotechnical Commission. Link
(International Electrotechnical Commission) The IEC publishes the International Directives IEC 61966-2-1. These describe the exact specification of the sRGB standard.
International Electrotechnical Commission. Organization based in Switzerland that sets standards for electronic products and components. IEC does not conduct any testing; however, their standards have been adopted by many of the national safety/standards agencies.
International Eloctrotechnical Commission
The International Electrotechnical Commision (IEC) is a worldwide body that promotes international standardization in electronics.
The International Electrotechnical Commission. An organization that sets standards for electronic products and components. Does not conduct any testing.
independent ethics committee. An independent body (a review board or a committee, institutional, regional, national, or supranational) constituted of medical/ scientific professionals and non-scientific members, whose responsibility it is to ensure the protection of the rights, safety, and well-being of human subjects involved in a trial and to provide public assurance of that protection by, among other things, reviewing and approving/providing favorable opinion on, the trial protocol, the suitability of the investigator(s), facilities, and the methods and material to be used in obtaining and documenting informed consent of the trial subjects. The legal status, composition, function, operations, and regulatory requirements pertaining to independent ethics committees may differ among countries, but should allow the independent ethics committee to act in agreement with GCP as described in the [ICH] guideline. (ICH) See also institutional review board.
International Electrotechnical Commission. A Geneva-based organization that sets international electronics standards.
International Electrotechnical Commission, an international standards organisation
International Electrotechnical Commission. IEC web site
International Electrotechnical Commission. An international standards body.
International Electrotechnical Committee
International Electrotechnical Commission. Industry group that writes and distributes standards for electrical products and components. IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Professional organization whose activities include the development of communications and network standards. IEEE LAN standards are the predominant LAN standards today.
The International Electrotechnical Commission which prepares safety and performance standards for electrical components.
Abbr.f. "International Engineering Consortium", a European organization dedicated to standardization and organization within the electronics industry. Probably their most famous innovation is the IEC power cable, that ubiquitous square-like removable power cable seen on computer products and sound equipment.
International Electromechanical Commission. A European group consisting of multi-national representatives which develop standards for electrical components. See IEC-320 Standardized Appliance Connectors.
International Electrotechnical Commission, an organization providing â€œinternational standards and conformity assessment for government, business and society for all electrical, electronic and related technologies.â€ See also www.iec.ch
International Electrotechnical Commission, a global organization that prepares and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies, which serve as a basis for national standardisation and as references when drafting international tenders and contracts. See www.iec.ch.
International Electrotechnical Commission; organization promoting international standardization of electrical components.
Independent exchange carrier. A local carrier that was never part of the AT&T monopoly. IECs often serve smaller, less populated markets than the Baby Bells. When serving this function, the independents are sometimes referred to as rural local exchange carriers (RLECs).
See independent ethics committee.
International Electrotechnical Commission. See ISO.
Abbreviation for International Electrotechnical Commission. This organization, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, writes and distributes recommended safety and performance standards for electrical products and components.
International Electro technical Commission (also CEI).