The government said the Bureau of Indian Standards (redundant) has come out with quality standards for three electronic devices, digital television receivers, and charger USB from a kind of cvideo surveillance systems (VSS).
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs revealed: “TVs manufactured according to this Indian standard will allow the reception of free-to-air TV and radio channels only by connecting a dish antenna with LNB Installed in a suitable place, on the roof or side wall of the building Gadgets 360.
This will facilitate the transfer of knowledge about government initiatives, schemes and educational content,” she said in a statement.DoordarshanIt is a repository of Indian culture programs to reach and benefit a wide segment of the population in the country in general.
Currently, TV viewers need to purchase a set-top box to watch various paid and free channels, and the viewer must use a set-top box even to receive free broadcast (unencrypted) channels sent by Doordarshan.
right Now, Doordarshan is phasing out analog transmission, and free-to-air channels will continue to be broadcast using digital satellite broadcasting by Doordarshan
“To enable the reception of these free channels without the use of a set-top box, television receivers with a suitable built-in satellite tuner are needed,” the ministry added.
The second published standard is the Indian standard (IS/IEC 62680-1-3:2022) for receptacles, socket and cables USB from a kind of cdepending on the current global standard IEC 62680-1-3: 2022.
This standard provides port requirements USB from a kind of c sockets and cables for use in various electronic devices such as mobile phone, laptop, notebook, etc., providing popular charging solutions for smartphones and other electronic devices sold in the country.
She added that this would facilitate the reduction of the number of chargers per consumer as consumers will no longer need to purchase different chargers each time they purchase a new device and will help achieve the center’s mission of reducing e-waste and moving towards sustainable development.
The third published standard is a string is 16910 to the Indian Standard for Video Surveillance Systems (VSS), which adopts a series of international standards IEC 62676.
The standard provides a detailed outline of all aspects of a video surveillance system such as requirements for its components such as camera hardware, interfaces, system requirements, tests to ensure image quality of camera hardware, and also specific guidance on effective installation of the system.
Given the ever-evolving technology in the security industry and the abundant choices for VSS To choose from, it has become cumbersome for the average person, be it installers/configurers/users, to choose the right combination of VSS that fit him perfectly.
According to the ministry, this series of standards will assist customers, installers and users in defining their requirements, identifying the appropriate equipment required for their intended application, as well as providing the means for objective evaluation of performance. VSS.
This will also help make the monitoring system more secure, robust and cost effective.
VSS It is an essential security component that is used almost everywhere to catch unwanted activity, and given the multiplicity of video cameras for sale on the market, and the seemingly endless variety of camera features and options available, efforts to purchase the right video surveillance system that produces decent quality images are becoming increasingly difficult. For its intended use confusing and technically difficult.