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In the field of information technology, ISO and IEC have established a Joint Technical Committee, ISO/IEC JTC 1. Draft International Standards adopted by the joint technical committee are circulated to national bodies for voting. Publication as an International Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the national bodies casting a vote.
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International Standard ISO/IEC 15420 and ISO/IEC 15416 was prepared by Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information Technology, Subcommittee SC 31, Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques.
All our verifiers provide two different evaluations:
- ISO/IEC 15420 (traditional – EN 797) which includes bar by bar measurements, quiet-zones, print contrast symbol, light margin infringements and check character errors;
- ISO / IEC 15416 (CEN/ANSI – EN 1635) which includes decode, symbol contrast, edge contrast, modulation, Rmin/Rmax, defects and decodability .
The ISO/IEC 15420 (traditional – EN 797) evaluation is good or failed.
The ISO / IEC 15416 (CEN/ANSI 1635) evaluation is:
|ANSI A and CEN 4||very good|
|ANSI B and CEN 3||good|
|ANSI C and CEN 2||satisfying|
|ANSI D and CEN 1||not satisfying|
|ANSI F and CEN 0||failed|
Table 1: Quality Classification in ISO / IEC 15416
|A = 4||≤ 0.5 Rmax||≥ 70 %||≥ 15 %||≥ 0.70||≤ 0.15||≥ 0.62|
|B = 3||≥ 55 %||≥ 0.60||≤ 0.20||≥ 0.50|
|C = 2||≥ 40 %||≥ 0.50||≤ 0.25||≥ 0.37|
|D = 1||≥ 20 %||≥ 0.40||≤ 0.30||≥ 0.25|
|F = 0||> 0.5 Rmax||< 20 %||< 15 %||< 0.40||> 0.30||< 0.25|
*EC = Edgecontrast; R = Reflexion