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

Reference material

 

Facts & figures

The IEC is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, founded in 1906, which develops International Standards in electrotechnology and operates CA (Conformity Assessment) Systems. More details can be found in the organization and funding section.

 

The IEC Annual Report provides detailed information about IEC activities and performance.

 

IEC Family

IEC NCs (National Committees)
Full Members
Associate Members
Total
Affiliate Country Programme
With Adoptions
Without Adoptions
Total Participants

 

Technical Work

IEC TCs/SCs (Technical Committees and Subcommittees)
Technical Committees
Subcommittees
Total
Working Groups
Project Teams
Maintenance Teams
Total

 

 

2013 at a glance

Publications

Total Publications (as of 2013-12-31) (including 13 Guides)
International Standards
Technical Specifications
Technical Reports
IEC-PAS
Total

 

Publications issued in 2013
International Standards
Technical Specifications
Technical Reports
IEC-PAS
Total
FDIS (Final Draft International Standard) issued in 2013
with CENELEC parallel vote
Total FDIS
CDV (Committee Draft for Vote) issued 2013
with CENELEC parallel enquiry
Total CDV
Active projects (as of 2013-12-31)
Total Projects
Average development time
Months

 

Conformity Assessment

IECEE CB Scheme (as of 2013-12-31)
for Mutual Recognition of Test Certificates for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components
Participating countries
National Certification Bodies
Testing Laboratories
Certificates issued
IECQ (as of 2011-12-31)
IEC Quality Assessment System for Electronic Components
National Authorized Institutions
Certification Bodies
IECQ registered CB branches
IECQ endorsed training bodies
IECEx (as of 2012-12-31)
IEC System for Certification to Standards relating to equipment for use in explosive atmospheres
Member countries
Accepted Certification Bodies (ExCB)
Ex-Testing laboratories (ExTL)