GSO IEC 60747-14-10:2021

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Semiconductor devices - Part 14-10: Semiconductor sensors - Performance evaluation methods for wearable glucose sensors

Scope
IEC 60747-14-10:2019 specifies the terms, definitions, symbols, tests, and performance evaluation methods used to determine the performance characteristics of wearable electrochemical-glucose sensors for practical use. This document is applicable to all wearable electrochemical-glucose sensors for consumers and manufacturers, without any limitations on device technology and size.
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IEC 60747-14-10:2019
01 July 2021

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