Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 3: Requirements for the location and operation of actuators – IEC Specifies. Read IEC Ed. b, Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 3: Requirements for the location and operation of actuators. It is important to us that you purchase the right document. Although we endeavour to maintain an up-to-date catalogue, on occasion we may not have the latest.
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Safety of machinery – Indication, marking iwc actuation – Part 3: Gives general requirements for: It is based on IEC but is also applicable to non-electrotechnical technologies such as mechanical and fluid-powered systems. It 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.
The operating direction is determined by a person standing at the operating place and looking towards the actuator. Buying standards Orders for all BSI, international and foreign standards publications should be addressed to Customer Services.
EN 61310-3:2008 (IEC 61310-3:2007)
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Indication, marking 6131-03 actuation. For details of tactile signals, see IEC Compliance with this standard provides one means of conformity with the specified essential requirements of the Directive concerned. Wherever possible, start actuators shall be so located that the operator can see the controlled elements when actuating them see 4. Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings.
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Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper and lower limbs BS EN The following dates were fixed: Where the set of actuators causes opposite effects, the stop actuator shall be placed in the middle of the set. Compliance with a British Standard cannot confer immunity from legal obligations. Table 2 identical to Table A.
BS EN 61310-3:2008
Actuators shall be so located that — they are outside the hazard zones, except for those actuators which, of necessity, are located within the hazard zone, such as emergency stop, teach pendant, etc.
Exigences sur la position 6130-3 le fonctionnement des organes de commande. Indication, marquage et manoeuvre. Requirements for the location and operation of actuators.
EN – Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation — P –
This correlation is based on the classification into two groups of both actions and final effects. For details of these and other benefits contact Membership Administration.
Requirements for visual, acoustic and tactile signals EN 2 IEC — 1 Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 2: Particular requirements for electrically operated valve actuators. Examples a A clockwise rotation of a handwheel results in an increased speed. Table 1 — Classification of final effects Resulting final effect Nature of effect Group 1 Group 2 Modification of a physical quantity voltage, current, power, speed, frequency, tempera- ture, luminous intensity, etc.
The intended application field of the machine and the constraints due to the geometrical jec of the machine, the location, skill, posture and the viewing direction of the operator see 4.
For example, valves for fluid control are normally arranged so that turning them clockwise reduces the flow.
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Actuators shall be — unambiguously identifiable see IEC and IEC ; — appropriately marked see IEC ; — 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.