Superseded Standard

IEEE 270-1966

IEEE Proposed Standard Definitions of General (Fundamental and Derived) Electrical and Electronic Terms

This dictionary of electrical terms has its origin in the revision of the Group OS, General (Fundamental and Derived) Terms, portion of the 1941 edition of the American Standard Definitions of Electrical Terms, ASA C42. Responsibility for the preparation of these definitions was centered in Subcommittee No. 1 of ASA Sectional Committee C42.

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Superseded Standard
History
Published:
1966-08-31

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