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EN 61310-3:2008 (IEC 61310-3:2007)
Please note that the selected standard is invalid. Control circuit devices and switching elements — Electrical emergency stop device with mechanical latching function ISO Actuators shall not lead to an undefined or hazardous state of equipment, or condition of process, when operated.
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For details of tactile signals, see IEC Requirements for marking 16310-3 SS-EN Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use – Part Requirements for the location and operation of actuators Article no: 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.
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Safety of machinery – Indication, marking and actuation – Part 3: No published date found. Where the 61310- of actuators causes opposite effects, the stop actuator shall be placed in the middle of the set. Users are responsible for its correct application. The classification into Group 1 and Kec 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.
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French English Written by: Requirements for the location and operation of actuators Status: It is incorporated by Royal Charter. This standard does not specify any requirements for “touch screens” such information is given in IEC This European Standard supersedes EN Contact the Information Centre. 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.