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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Users are responsible for its correct application. An acoustic signal shall — have a sound level that is perceptibly higher than the level of ambient noise so that it is audible without 611310-1 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 The requirements of this standard should also be used, for example, as a reference standard by ISO and IEC technical committees which prepare product family or dedicated product standards for machines.
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IEC Emergency stop To identify an emergency stop control device. This website is best 6110-1 with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. All safety-related signals shall be so designed that their meaning is clearly and unambiguously evident to the operator. To this end, such signals and their associated coding shall be applied consistently throughout the machinery.
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Exigences pour les signaux visuels, acoustiques et tactiles Title in German Sicherheit von Maschinen. Switchgear, controlgear and fuses IEC NOTE 2 See also symbol Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signalsICS Please download Chrome or Firefox or view our browser tips. BSI offers members an individual updating service called PLUS which ensures that subscribers automatically receive the latest editions of standards.
For further discrimination and information, and especially to give additional emphasis, a flashing light should be used. This standard is identical to: Where an operator has control or can intervene, the signal shall continue at least until the operator intervenes. For dated references, only the edition cited applies.
Figure 4 — Examples of shapes that can be discriminated by touch alone Table 6 gives examples of means of coding. Compliance with this standard provides one means of conformity with the specified essential requirements of the Directive concerned. Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper and lower limbs BS EN Safety colours and contrast colours used in safety signs shall be in accordance with ISO The meaning of a supplementary code shall be evident to the operators and shall be in accordance with Table 3.
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The reasons for using codes are: Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals 1 Scope This part of IEC specifies rn for visual, acoustic and tactile methods of indicating safety-related information, at the human-machine interface and to exposed persons. Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals. FAQ What is standard Become a member?
EN 61310-1:2008 (IEC 61310-1:2007)
It presents the UK view on standards in Europe and at the international level. Find Similar Items This product falls into the following categories. RevisionsBritish Standards are updated by amendment or revision. Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals IEC IEC Fast stop 613101- identify the control by means of which for example a process, a programme, a tape is stopped without significant delay.
IEC B Alternative graphical representation. Requirements for visual, auditory and tactile signals.