Specifies the minimum technical characteristics and methods of measurement required for portable very high frequency (VHF) radiotelephones with integrated handheld class H DSC operating in certain frequency bands allocated to the maritime mobile service using either 25 kHz channels or 25 kHz and 12.5 kHz channels. This standard does not cover requirements for the integrated GNSS receiver providing locating function. This standard is identical with, and reproduced from, ETSI EN 302 885 V2.2.2 (2017-03).View product page
Specifies the general requirements for the competence, impartiality and consistent operation of laboratories. It is applicable to all organizations performing laboratory activities, regardless of the number of personnel. Laboratory customers, regulatory authorities, organizations and schemes using peer-assessment, accreditation bodies, and others can use this standard in confirming or recognizing the competence of laboratories other than medical testing laboratories.
Supersedes NZS ISO/IEC 17025:2005
Establishes minimum safety requirements for the design, construction and operation of electrical and electronic equipment within the field of audio, video, information and communication technology, and business and office equipment. It sets out requirements intended to ensure the safety of the operator and other people who may come into contact with the equipment (‘ordinary persons’) and, where specifically stated, maintenance and service personnel (‘instructed persons’ and ‘skilled persons’). Adopted with national modifications from IEC 62368-1, Ed.2.0 (2014) and its Corrigendum 1 (2015).
Will supersede AS/NZS 60950.1:2015 and AS/NZS 60068:2018 on 15 February 2022
Amendment 1 applies to the Preface.View product page
Provides guidelines for processes, procedures and systems for implementing a document control program.View product page
Provides guidance on the application of AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 for the effective management of health-and-safety-related risk, and thereby contribute to the health and safety of workers and others.View product page
Provides a measure of the crushing resistance of the arch structure of corrugated board when subjected to loads applied perpendicular to the surface of the board and under conditions that minimize lateral motion of the facings. This test may be used on single-wall or single-face corrugated board, but is not suitable for and cannot be adapted to measuring the crushing resistance of double-wall corrugated board, which usually fails by lateral motion of the centre liner. Adopted with national modifications from ISO 3035:2011.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.429s:2002
Specifies the Soxhlet and Soxtec procedures for determining organic solvent extractives in wood, pulp and paper. It is recognized that the two procedures can yield different results.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.012s:2003
Sets out a procedure for the beating of pulp using a PFI mill. Information on care and maintenance of the mill is also provided. Adopted with national modifications from ISO 5264-2:2011.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.209s:2003
Specifies a method for measuring the diffuse blue reflectance factor (ISO brightness) of pulps, papers and boards. Identical with and reproduced from ISO 2470-1:2016.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.462s:2005
Provides a measure of the resistance to crushing due to in-plane compressive forces that can occur during shipment or storage of fibreboard shipping containers. Adopted with national modifications from ISO 12192:2011.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.407s:1997
Provides manufacturers, suppliers and testing facilities of 406 MHz satellite distress beacons with the minimum radiofrequency and environmental requirements and associated test methods to enable design and confirmation of compliance with Australia and New Zealand radiofrequency spectrum and maritime regulatory requirement. Adopted with national modifications from IEC 61097-2, Ed. 3.0 (2008).
Supersedes AS/NZS 4280.1:2003
Provides equipment designers, manufacturers, suppliers and testing facilities of 406 MHz satellite distress beacons, when employed as personal locator beacons, with both the minimum radiofrequency and environmental requirements and associated test methods, to enable design and confirmation of compliance with Australia and New Zealand radiofrequency spectrum and maritime regulatory requirements.
Supersedes AS/NZS 4280.2:2003
Provides minimum performance requirements and methods of measurement for short range devices placed on the New Zealand market, and authorized for use by the General User Radio Licence (GURL) issued by the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, or short range devices placed on the Australian market, and authorized for use by the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2015 (LIPD) and Radiocommunications (Radio-controlled Models) Class Licence 2015 issued by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Supersedes AS/NZS 4268:2012
Provides specific guidance to architects, planners, designers, engineers, builders, installers, maintenance personnel, building owners, managers and users in the planning and installation of physical pathways and spaces in and between buildings to accommodate the equipment and cabling infrastructure necessary for communications, to the extent that this is not adequately covered for Australian and New Zealand purposes in AS/NZS ISO/IEC 14763.2:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS 3084:2003
Specifies systems and methods for the inspection and testing of installed optical fibre cabling designed in accordance with premises cabling standards including AS/NZS 3080, ISO/IEC 24764, ISO/IEC 24702 and ISO/IEC 15018. The test methods refer to existing standards-based procedures where they exist. Adopted with national modifications from ISO/IEC 14763-3:2014.
Supersedes AS/NZS ISO/IEC 14763.3:2012
Provides a method for determining the colour of paper and board by diffuse reflectance under indoor daylight conditions (C/2 degrees). Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5631-1:2015.View product page
Provides a method for determining the colour of paper and board by diffuse reflectance under outdoor daylight conditions (D65/10 degrees). Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5631-2:2015.View product page
Specifies a method for measuring the colour of paper and board by the diffuse reflectance method with the elimination of specular gloss. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5631-3:2015.View product page
Specifies the procedure to be used for determining the CIE whiteness of papers and boards, in order to obtain values which correspond to the visual appearance of white papers and boards, with or without fluorescent whitening agents, when they are viewed indoors. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 11476:2016.View product page
Specifies two methods for the determination of the flat crush resistance of a corrugating medium after laboratory fluting. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 7263:2011.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.434s:1997
Specifies an unwaxed edge method for the determination of the edgewise crush resistance of corrugated fibreboard. It is applicable to all corrugated fibreboard grades. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 3037:2013.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.444s:2004
Specifies a method for determining the (out-of-plane) tearing resistance of paper. It can also be used for boards having a low grammage if the tearing resistance is within the range of the instrument. This standard does not apply to corrugated fibreboard, but it may be applied to the components of such boards. It is not suitable for determining the cross-direction tearing resistance of highly directional paper (or board). Identical to and reproduced from ISO 1974:2012.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.400s:1998
Specifies the Bendtsen method for determining the air permeance of paper and board using the Bendtsen apparatus. It is applicable to papers and boards which have air permeances between 0,35 µm/(Pa·s) and 15 µm/(Pa·s) when tested with the Bendtsen apparatus. It is unsuitable for rough-surfaced materials which cannot be securely clamped to avoid leakage. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5636-3:2013.View product page
Specifies the Sheffield method for determining the air permeance of paper and board using the Sheffield apparatus. It is applicable to papers and boards which have air permeances between 0,02 µm/(Pa·s) and 25 µm/(Pa·s) when tested with the Sheffield apparatus. It is unsuitable for rough-surfaced materials, which cannot be securely clamped to avoid leakage. Identical to and reproduced from ISO 5636-4:2013.
Supersedes AS/NZS 1301.447s:1998