BS EN 753-3:1999

BS EN 753-3:1999


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Standard BS EN 753-3:1999
Title Identifier Identification card systems. Intersector thin flexible cards. Test methods
Status CU
Publication Date 15/12/99
Committee IST/17
Approximate Price 120.00
Notes
ISBN 0 580 35218 8
Pages 46
International Equivalent EN 753-3:1999
Descriptors Magnetic cards, Identity cards, Cards, Machine-readable materials, Flexible materials, Banks, Finance, Identification methods, Electrical testing, Performance testing, Physical properties of materials, Test specimens, Specimen preparation, Test equipment, Testing conditions, Dimensions, Dimensional measurement, Deformation, Burst tests, Strength of materials, Tensile testing, Mechanical testing, Determination of content, Chemical analysis and testing, Optical measurement, Physical testing, Peeling tests, Equations, Form tolerances, Storage, Approval testing
Cross references EN 25651, ISO 5651:1989, ISO 31-0, ISO 31-1, ISO 31-2, ISO 31-3, ISO 31-4, ISO 31-5, ISO 31-6, ISO 31-7, ISO 31-8, ISO 31-9, ISO 31-10, ISO 31-11, ISO 31-12, ISO 31-13, ISO 554, ISO 1000, ISO 4046, ISO 4288, ISO 4677-1, NF Q 03-015, NF Q 03-046:1973, ISO International vocabulary of basic and general terms in metrology. 1993, CEN technical report. Identification card systems. Intersector thin flexible cards. Acceptance criteria, CEN technical report. Identification card systems. Intersector thin flexible cards. Security features, EN 753-1:1997, EN 753-2:1997, EN ISO/IEC 10373:1995, ISO/IEC 10373:1993, EN 20187, ISO 187:1990, EN 20284, ISO 284:1982, EN 20534, ISO 534:1988, ISO 186, ISO 291, ISO 527-3, ISO 1831, ISO 1924-2, ISO 2144, ISO 2409, ISO 2471, ISO 2758, ISO 3274, ISO 4094, ISO 4287-1, ISO 4593, ISO 5626, ISO 5627, ISO 5629, ISO 5636-3, ISO 6383-2, ISO/IEC 7811-2:1995, ISO/IEC 7811-6:1996, ISO 8226-2, ISO 8295, ISO 8570, IEC 50(221), IEC 454-2
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