IEC Standard | Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 1: Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile. Buy EN SAFETY OF MACHINERY – INDICATION, MARKING AND ACTUATION – PART 1: REQUIREMENTS FOR VISUAL, ACOUSTIC AND. Buy DIN EN SAFETY OF MACHINERY – INDICATION, MARKING AND ACTUATION – PART 1: REQUIREMENTS FOR VISUAL.
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Information shall be provided to enable instructions to be given to persons who may need to respond to such codes. NOTE 2 See also symbol RevisionsBritish Standards are updated by amendment or revision.
It includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: This European Standard supersedes EN For details of these and other benefits contact Membership Administration. The following dates were fixed: It supersedes BS EN You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:.
Figure 4 — Examples of shapes that can be discriminated by touch alone Table 6 gives examples of means of coding. NOTE This means stopping either by electrical or mechanical disconnection.
EN 61310-1:2008 (IEC 61310-1:2007)
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Information regarding online access to British Standards via British Standards Online can be 613310-1 at http: Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 1: Same meaning as A.
Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signalsICS Requirements for the location and operation of actuators. NOTE See also symbol Active signals shall be provided to signal a hazard and to call persons to take a specific course of action. Different types of coding such as colour, shape or time are used as appropriate to the demands of the task of the operator.
This does not preclude the free use, in the course of implementing the standard, of necessary details such as symbols, and size, type or grade designations. 6131-01
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It specifies a system of colours, safety signs, markings and other warnings, intended for use in the indication of hazardous situations and health hazards and for meeting certain emergencies. BSI also holds the copyright, in the UK, of the publications of the international standardization bodies. The selection of equipment to be used shall take into account the consequences of failure of that equipment for example, lamp filament, colour gun in a video display unit VDU giving rise to a loss of signal.
This standard is identical to: IEC A Pause; interruption To identify the control or the indicator which stops operation intermittently and keeps the equipment in operating mode. In response to orders for international standards, it is BSI policy to supply the BSI implementation of those that have been published as British Standards, unless otherwise requested.
NOTE To be used particularly when symbol is also used on the same equipment. Exigences pour les signaux visuels, acoustiques et tactiles Title in German Sicherheit von Maschinen.
IEC Fast stop To identify the control by means of which for example a process, a programme, a tape is stopped without significant delay.
Anforderungen an sichtbare, visuels, acoustiques et tactiles h rbare und tastbare Signale CEI An acoustic signal shall — have a sound level that is perceptibly higher than the level of ambient noise so that it is audible without being excessive or painful; — be easily recognizable, particularly in terms of pulse length and the interval between pulses or groups of pulses, and be clearly distinct from any other acoustic signal and ambient noises; — conform to the requirements for recognition, acoustic, discrimination and unambiguity specified in ISO It also specifies ways of coding visual, acoustic and tactile signals for indicators and actuators to facilitate the safe use and monitoring of the machinery.
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About Us Info center Standardization. It presents the UK view on standards in Europe and at the international level. Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals. Where possible, visual signals shall be used. Not more than five different shapes, such as the examples given in Figure 4, shall be used in one application. The operation of the light source may be related to or independent of the actuator action [IEC