Active Standard

IEEE 1851-2012

IEEE Standard for Design Criteria of Integrated Sensor-Based Test Applications for Household Appliances

An integrated framework of the test software for household appliances is defined. This standard specifies the test environment and the test information as well as the means to acquire the information (either Web services or a data-exchange file). Additional files are available at http://standards.ieee.org/downloads/1851/index.html

Standards Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
Joint Sponsors
IM/ST
Status
Active Standard
PAR Approval
2010-09-30
Board Approval
2012-06-08
History
Published:
2012-08-15

Additional Resources

Downloads
1851-2012_downloads.zip

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Consumer Technology Society
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Standards Committee
CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
Working Group
THAWG - Test Technology for Household Appliances Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Soo Kim
Contact
Working Group Chair
Chao Liu

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P1851

Standard for Design Criteria of Integrated Sensor-Based Test Applications for Household Appliances

This standard defines the integrated framework of the test software for household appliances oriented to the data from intelligent sensors, including system framework, interfaces of REST(Representational State Transfer), and data exchange formats, which can be divided as: (1) The system framework to integrate the distributed test applications; (2) The description of appliance test environment and test information, including the metadata of the whole test application, the metadata of the appliance to be tested, the metadata of the sensors, and the sensor data; (3) The file format of test data to be exchanged among distributed test applications; (4) The REST interfaces to transform and transfer monitored data; (5) The communication interfaces and data format to be exchanged between testing system and management system.

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