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TDK-Lambda News

TDK-Lambda’s Robert Taylor receives IEC 1906 Award

Posted : 19 Dec 2011

British Electrotechnical Committee President Geoff Young presents Robert 'Bob' Taylor with the IEC 1906 Award

British Electrotechnical Committee President Geoff Young presents Robert 'Bob' Taylor with the IEC 1906 Award

TDK-Lambda UK, a group company of the TDK Corporation, is proud to announce that Robert ‘Bob’ Taylor, Safety Engineering Manager, has been awarded the prestigious International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 1906 Award. The award, which was created to commemorate the founding of the IEC in 1906, honours those experts who have made an exceptional contribution to the development of an IEC standard.

Mr Taylor has been recognised by the Chairman and Secretary of IEC Technical Committee 22 (TC 22) as an “Expert of IEC Subcommittee No. 22E, Power Electronic Systems and Equipment Stabilised Power Supplies”. The IEC 1906 Award certificate states that Mr Taylor was honoured ‘for his valuable contribution and consistent dedication as an expert and convenor in latest MT 5 for IEC 61204-3, before WG 2 on IEC 61204-7. Over the years, he has been a driving force in his projects contributing to the standards thanks to his expertise and active participation in writing and editing them. He especially focussed on integrating the safety and EMC requirements into the SC 22E standards.’

About Mr Taylor being presented the IEC 1906 Award Phil Scotcher, General Manager of TDK-Lambda UK, comments: “Bob has been involved with the IEC Technical Committee for 15 years and is acknowledged as an expert in the field of safety engineering. It is only fitting that he is recognised by the IEC for his dedication and contribution to the development of safety and EMC standards.”

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