CEI (Italian Electrotechnical Committee) is a private, non-profit Association responsible at national level for technical standardisation in the electrotechnical, electronic and telecommunication fields. It participates, with a mandate by the Italian State, to the activities of the corresponding European standardisation organisation (CENELEC) and international one (IEC).
Founded in 1909 and formally recognized by the Italian Government and by the European Union, CEI proposes, elaborates, publishes and disseminates technical standards that, according to the Italian Law 186/1968, provide the presumption of conformity to the "rule of the art" of electrical products, systems, installations and processes.
- access, search, download, print, save standards for personal use.
Accessible from: public PCs in the libraries/wireless/off-campus.
- unipiVPN. Instructions VPN
- Online View Only
Choosing the “only” view online the user subscribes to “only” consulting the standards via CEI portal, without the possibility to download or saving the content in their PC.
In order to be able to use the “online view” the end user has to be connected, all the time, to internet either via PC or smartphone, tablet, etc.
This solution is for all those users who do not need to have access to the content in a remote area and they do not need to print the hardy copy of the standard.
An important aspect of this type of subscription is that it allows the user to open the content without being asked to install on the PC the FileOpen plugin (see “View, download and print mode”).
- Online view with download and print
View, download and print it is the complete access to the content: in addition to offering the “View only”, this kind of subscription enables the end user to download and printing the standard (each user can download one copy of each standard).
To open the downloaded file the end user needs to install the FileOpen plugin, on the PC that is intended to save the standard.
CEI (Comitato Elettrotecnico Italiano)