What does the IEC actually do?

What does the IEC actually do?

The International Electrotechnical Commission is one of the three organisations (in addition to the ISO and ITU) which develop the international electrotechnical safety standards for the whole world. It was founded in 1906, the headquarters are in Geneva (Switzerland). There are 81 member countries and 82 connected states throughout the world.

Customers can therefore be secure in the knowledge that electric and electronic products which have an IEC approved certificate fulfill all the relevant international standards, and also fulfil the highest expectations with regard to functionality, safety, energy efficiency and environmental friendliness.

 

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