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EVS-EN 60601-2-57:2011

Medical electrical equipment - Part 2-57: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of non-laser light source equipment intended for therapeutic, diagnostic, monitoring and cosmetic/aesthetic use

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Valid from 04.05.2011
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IEC 60601-2-57:2011; EN 60601-2-57:2011
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04.05.2011
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This International Standard applies to BASIC SAFETY and ESSENTIAL PERFORMANCE of equipment incorporating one or more sources of OPTICAL RADIATION in the wavelength range 200 nm to 3 000 nm, with the exception of laser radiation, and intended to create non-visual photobiological effects in humans or animals for therapeutic, diagnostic, monitoring, cosmetic/aesthetic or veterinary applications; hereafter referred to as light source equipment (LS EQUIPMENT). This particular standard does not apply to equipment for sun tanning, for ophthalmic instruments or for infant phototherapy.
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