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Different types of coding such as colour, shape or time are used as appropriate to the demands of the task of the operator. Indication, marquage et ne. Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 3: Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. NOTE 2 The recognition and the interpretation of a tactile signal implies that the operator knows the function enn that signal. Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 1: In the case of emergency stop actuators the use of e colours shall be in accordance with ISO The use of colours on the electrical equipment of machines shall be in accordance with IEC My account Shoping cart 0 Help.
If these details are to be used for any other purpose than implementation then the prior written permission of BSI must be obtained. IEC Fast stop To identify the control by means of which for example a process, a programme, a tape is stopped without significant delay. This standard is identical to: 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 supersedes BS EN NOTE A steady light is normally used for indicator lights and illuminated actuators.
NOTE To be used particularly when symbol is also used on the same equipment. Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals 1 Scope This part of IEC specifies requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile methods of indicating safety-related information, at the human-machine interface and to exposed persons.
BS EN 机械安全.指示丶标记和传动作用.视觉丶听觉和触觉信号的要求 – MBA智库文档
Certified by ISO Figure 3 — Zones of horizontal field of vision — 12 —EN The meaning of a supplementary 6131-1 shall be evident to the operators and shall be in accordance with Table 3. The safety information 613100-1 as prohibition, mandatory action or warning shall be given by the combination of geometric shape, safety colour, contrast colour and graphical symbol. Requirements for the location and operation of actuators. NOTE The terms are sorted in alphabetical order.
EN 61310-1:2008 (IEC 61310-1:2007)
Whilst their applications are mainly for electrotechnical purposes, the symbols shall be used for other types of actuators, for example, mechanical, hydraulic, using the same function. Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 2: Minimum gaps to avoid crushing of parts of the human body. This interface 6131-01 of actuators, by means of which the operator initiates actions, and indicating devices, through which the operator receives information.
Not more than five different shapes, such as the examples given in Figure 4, shall be used in one application. RevisionsBritish Standards are updated by amendment or revision. NOTE In the orientation shown, the graphical symbol means “slow run, forward. Information shall be provided to enable instructions to be given to persons who may need to respond to such codes.
The exposure can immediately or over a period of time result in harm [ISO Compliance with a British Standard cannot confer immunity from legal obligations. 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.
Codes shall be selected at an early stage of machinery design in accordance with 6131-1 standard that is 6130-1 from IEC Information regarding online access to British Standards via British Standards Online can be found at http: Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals Status: This symbol shall be used in place of symbols A or in 613101 where the safety of users of electrotechnical machines and equipment is the primary concern.
Anzeigen, Kennzeichen und Bedienen. All safety-related signals shall be so designed that their meaning is clearly and unambiguously evident to the operator.
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IEC A Normal run; normal speed To identify the switch e switch position by means of which a normal run for example, of tape is started in the indicated direction. IEC A Recapitulate To identify the control or the indicator which permits rapid access within a recorded programme to repeat the section which has just been played.
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Specifies requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile methods of indicating safety-related information, at the human-machine interface and to exposed persons. NOTE 2 See also symbol Where a product family or dedicated product standard exists, its requirements take precedence. Requirements for visual, auditory and tactile signals.
Switchgear, controlgear and fuses IEC Standards are also available from the BSI website at http: CopyrightCopyright 6130-1 in all BSI publications.