International Standards and Conformity Assessment for all electrical, electronic and related technologies

SC 36C

Insulators for substations

 

Vote for P-Members

P-Members

Voting
P-Members

In favour
In favour %
Criteria
Result
17 15 88.2 >=66.7% APPROVED

All Votes

Total

Votes Cast
Total

Against
Against %
Criteria
Result
20 2 10 <=25% APPROVED

 Illustration: Voting

Voting Result

APPROVED

Document 36C/190/CDV

 

Project : IEC 62231-1 Ed. 1.0

IEC 62231-1: Composite station post insulators for substations with AC voltages greater than 1 000 v up to 245 kv - Part 1: dimensional, mechanical and electrical characteristics

 

Reference Circulation date Closing date Downloads
36C/190/CDV 2013-10-18 2014-01-24
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Result of Voting

Country
Status
Received
Vote
Comments
Australia P 2014-01-09 Y -
Austria P 2014-01-23 A -
Belgium O 2013-12-26 A -
Brazil P 2014-01-24 Y Y
China P 2014-01-22 Y -
Croatia - 2014-01-22 A -
Czech Republic P 2014-01-16 Y -
Denmark O 2013-11-06 A -
Finland P 2014-01-23 Y Y
France P 2014-01-22 Y -
Germany P 2013-11-22 Y Y
Greece O 2014-01-23 A -
Ireland O 2013-12-04 Y -
Italy P 2014-01-22 Y Y
Japan P 2014-01-24 Y -
Korea, Republic of P 2013-12-26 Y -
Mexico O 2014-01-24 Y -
Netherlands P 2014-01-14 A -
Poland P 2014-01-17 N Y
Portugal O 2014-01-24 A -
Qatar - 2014-01-22 Y -
Russian Federation P 2014-01-24 Y -
South Africa P 2014-01-24 Y Y
Spain P 2014-01-23 Y -
Sweden P 2014-01-07 Y -
Switzerland P 2014-01-22 Y -
United Kingdom P 2014-01-23 A -
United States of America P 2013-12-17 N Y

NOTES:



  1. Vote: Does the National Committee agree to the circulation of the draft as a FDIS:
    Y = In favour; N = Against; A = Abstention.

  2. Only votes received before the closing date are counted in determining the decision.
    Late Votes: (0).

  3. Abstentions are not taken into account when totalizing the votes.

  4. P-members not voting: (0).


*Comments rejected because they were not submitted in the IEC Comment form.
**Vote rejected due to lack of justification statement.