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Requirements for the location and operation of actuators Article no: Increase Decrease Change of condition Put into service Start Accelerate Close an electrical circuita Ignite Put out of service Stop Brake Open an electrical circuitb Extinguish Motion of the object or vehicle controlled in relation to its principal axis Upwards To the right Forward Downwards To the left Backward Motion in relation to the operator Away from the operator Towards the operator a and open the associated grounding circuit, if combined.
Wherever possible, start actuators shall be so located that the operator can see the controlled elements when actuating them see 4. The faster, easier way to work with standards.
EN – Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation — P –
Other requirements and other EC Directives may be applicable to the products falling within the scope of this standard. Standards are also available from the BSI website at http: Where a change in the type of actuator is not suitable, the operator shall be specially instructed. NOTE 1 Such special reasons may include those cases where there already exist well-established expectations by the operators of the way particular actuators should function.
The classification into Group 1 and Group 2 see Table 2 depending on the nature of an action is based on — either the direction of the action; — or the point of application of the action.
Where the action is initiated indirectly for example, use of keyboardsthe action to be performed shall be clearly displayed and an unambiguous confirmation visual or audible feedback of the actuation shall be given to the operator see 6.
Requirements for marking ISO This European Standard supersedes EN This action is then a movement of a part of the human body towards the given actuator. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. A Group 2 action shall result in a Group 2 final effect. It supersedes BS EN Intermediate effects which lead to a final effect are not considered in this standard.
It is incorporated by Royal Charter. BSI also holds 613110-3 copyright, in the UK, of the publications of the international standardization bodies. Actuators shall be — unambiguously identifiable see IEC and IEC ; — appropriately marked see IEC ief — designed to ensure safe and timely operation see IEC ; — selected and designed in accordance with the relevant ergonomic principles see ISO ; — designed and selected to withstand the expected environmental and intended use conditions; — designed to be able to avoid wear and tear by foreseeable use.
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Where the operator’s vision may be fully occupied when safety-critical functions are involved, or where the conditions of visibility are restricted, the position of an actuator shall be readily identifiable by touch. 6131-03 gives general requirements for — the standard direction of movement for actuators; — the arrangement of an actuator in relation to other actuators; — the correlation between an action and its final effects. SS-EN Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification – Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations and conducturs.
Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. It is identical to IEC It is designed to cover every economic sector and virtually every activity of the humankind where technical standards may be used. Indication, marking and actuation. Specifies safety-related requirements for actuators, operated by the hand or by other parts of the human body, at the man-machine interface. Special reasons also 6130-3 cases where it is technically difficult to maintain the correlation between the action and the effect.
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BS IEC 61310-3:2008
For a set of actuators, each giving one final effect with the same operating direction, the stop actuator shall be placed at the left end, or at the lower end, of the set. This publication does 61301-3 purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract. Examples a A clockwise rotation of 61301-3 handwheel results in an increased speed. We recommend that you check the website of the publishers of the international document before making a purchase.
Technical principles — 4 —EN Indication, marquage et manoeuvre. Copyright Copyright subsists in all BSI publications.
BS EN 61310-3:2008
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