The purpose of IEC is to promote international cooperation in standardization and related issues in the field of electrical and electronic engineering, electrical test equipment and to promote international mutual understanding. For To this end, the IEC publishes a variety of publications, including international standards, and expects members to use these standards in their own country's standardization efforts, to the extent permitted by their own circumstances. In the past 20 years, IEC has made considerable progress in the field of work and the size of its organization. Today's IEC member states have increased from 35 in 1960 to 60. They have 80% of the world's population and consume 95% of the world's electricity.
At present, the work area of IEC has been extended to the electrical engineering of electrical, electronic, electric and microelectronics applications, communications, audiovisual, robotics, information technology, new medical devices, electrical test equipment, and nuclear instrumentation by simply studying electrical equipment, terminology of motors and power issues In all aspects. The IEC standard covers 35% of the products in the world market and by the end of the century, this figure can reach 50%.
The IEC brings nations and experts together to develop International Standards which facilitate world trade by removing technical barriers to trade, leading to new markets and economic growth.
Through its members, the IEC Commission promotes international cooperation on all questions of standardization and related matters, such as the assessment of conformity to standards, in all electrical, electronic and related technologies – collectively known as "electronic technology".
The IEC's vision, mission and strategy are outlined in the Master plan. This document takes into account the needs of the whole IEC community and of developing markets to shape the Commission's long-term objectives and policies.
The IEC International Standards and CA (Conformity Assessment) activities facilitate world trade by removing technical barriers between countries and/or regions. This helps to develop new markets and achieve economic growth.
IEC Standards and CA lie at the heart of the global trading system as defined by the WTO(World Trade Organization) in its TBT (Technical Barriers to Trade) Agreement. Under that agreement, WTO member countries look to IEC International Standards and CA activities as the basis for their national voluntary standards, mandatory technical regulations and conformity assessment practices.
Electrical safety is one of the core activities of the IEC. The IEC helps protect human lives by producing international safety standards which take into account the integrity of installations and systems and by operating CA (Conformity Assessment) Systems.
Governments want to protect their populations from unnecessary risks. Buyers want proof about a product or system's safety, performance and reliability. Users of equipment and consumers want to be able to trust the products or services they are purchasing.
IEC International Standards are the basis for conformity assessment and reduce the influx of low quality products. They make products safer, which in turn increases consumer confidence and public safety.
The IEC handles three CA Systems that enable determination of whether a product or service is what it appears to be and if a system performs as it should.
The Electrical Test Equipment like Microwave Oven Door Endurance Tester
manufactured by Zhilitong Electromechanical Co., Ltd, completely meet with the requirements of IEC standard.