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EVS-EN 16587:2017
Hind 12,51 EUR
Identne EN 16587:2017
Raudteealased rakendused. Piiratud liikumisvõimega isikute kasutatavad rakendused. Nõuded raudteeinfrastruktuuri takistusteta teedele
This European Standard describes the specific ‘Design for PRM Use’ requirements for obstacle-free routes applying to infrastructure and the assessment of those requirements. The following applies to this European Standard: - The definitions and requirements describe specific aspects of ‘Design for PRM Use’ required by persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility as defined in the PRM TSI; - This European Standard defines elements which are universally valid for obstacle-free routes. The definitions and requirements of this European Standard should be used for infrastructure applications; - This European Standard only refers to aspects of accessibility for PRM passengers, it does not define general requirements and general definitions; - This European Standard assumes that the infrastructure is in the defined operating condition; - Where minimum or maximum dimensions are quoted these are absolute NOT nominal requirements. This European Standard contains requirements relating to 'Obstacle-free routes'.

EVS-EN 14033-1:2017
Hind 23,62 EUR
Identne EN 14033-1:2017
Raudteealased rakendused. Rööbastee. Raudtee ehitus- ja hooldusmasinad. Osa 1: Tehnilised nõuded sõiduomadustele
This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for running of machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment. Special national conditions applicable to specific member states are shown in Annex B. This European Standard applies to all railbound machines and other vehicles - referred to as machines - running exclusively on the railway (utilizing adhesion between the rail and wheels) and used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to machines that are intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other machines are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex I. This European Standard is written for 1 435 mm nominal track gauge; special requirements can apply for running on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, urban railways, railways utilizing other than adhesion between the rail and wheels and road-rail machines which are not included in this standard. This European Standard covers the railway specific requirements for movements of the machine as a train and movements to reach work sites.

EVS-EN 14033-2:2017
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Identne EN 14033-2:2017
Railway applications - Track - Railbound construction and maintenance machines - Part 2: Technical requirements for travelling and working
1.1 General This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for travelling and working with machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment as specified in EN 14033-1. This European Standard applies to all railbound machines and other vehicles- referred to as machines - working exclusively on the railway (utilizing adhesion between the rail and rail wheels) and used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to machines that are intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex M. This European Standard is applicable to 1 435 mm nominal track gauge. Some requirements may be applicable for working on infrastructures with nominal narrow track gauge or nominal broad track gauge lines, tramways, railways utilizing other than adhesion between the rail and rail wheels and underground infrastructures. This European Standard covers the safety requirements for the railway specific problems for travelling and working on different infrastructures. The application of these requirements is the object of a verification procedure, which does not form part of this European Standard, but an Annex I is included for information. In all cases an authorization to work is needed to access the infrastructure. This European Standard is also applicable for machines that in working position are partly supported on the ballast or the formation. This European Standard does not apply to: - the requirements with regard to the quality of work, including the related measuring methods, and the performance of the machine; ) - the specific requirements established by each railway infrastructure manager for the use of machines which will be the subject of negotiation between the manufacturer and the machine keeper. This European Standard does not deal with the following additional requirements: - working methods; - operation in severe working conditions requiring special measures (e.g. work in tunnels or in cuttings, extreme environmental conditions such as high or low temperatures, corrosive environment, tropical environment, contaminating environments, strong magnetic fields); - operation subject to special rules (e.g. potentially explosive atmospheres); - hazards due to errors in software; - hazards occurring when used to handle suspended loads which may swing freely; - hazards due to wind pressure greater than normal e.g. pressures caused by the passing of trains at speed in excess of 190 km/h. 1.2 Validity of this European Standard This European Standard applies to all machines that are ordered one year after the publication date of this European Standard.

EVS-EN 14033-3:2017
Hind 19,05 EUR
Identne EN 14033-3:2017
Raudteealased rakendused. Rööbastee. Raudteeveeremi ja hooldusmasinate konstruktsioon. Osa 3: Üldised ohutusnõuded
1.1 General This European Standard specifies the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, common to rail bound machines and arising due to the adaptation for their use on railways. These machines are intended for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, see Clause 4. This European Standard applies to railbound machines and other vehicles - referred to as machines - working exclusively on the railway (utilising friction adhesion between the rail and rail wheels) but including machines that in working position are partly supported on the ballast or the formation and used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to machines that are intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex D. This European Standard specifies the common hazards, in normal circumstances, during running, assembly and installation, commissioning, use (including setting, programming, and process changeover), operation, cleaning, fault finding, maintenance and de-commissioning of the machines. Additional safety measures can be required by exceptional circumstances, such as extreme ambient temperatures (less than - 20 °C or greater than + 40 °C), highly corrosive or contaminating environment; e.g. due to the presence of chemicals, and potentially explosive atmospheres. Air pressure caused by the passing of high-speed trains at more than 190 km/h is also not dealt with. NOTE 1 Specific measures for exceptional circumstances are not dealt with in this European Standard. The specific measures for exceptional circumstances introduced by a railway infrastructure manager and requirements introduced by the manufacturer and/or machine operator as referred to in the scope are not dealt with in this European Standard. When such additional measures are necessary, they should be agreed between the manufacturer and the machine operator. The manufacturer will be responsible for compliance with the Directive(s) concerned independent of this European Standard for additional hazards created by any additional or alternative requirements. NOTE 2 This European Standard deals only with the additional hazards from the adaptation of a machine for its use on rail. Other standards specific to the particular machine as far as available will need to be used in addition to this European Standard to give the complete requirements. The common hazards specified include the general hazards presented by the machines, and also the hazards presented by the following specific machine functions, common to two or more machine types: - ballast excavation, ballast cleaning, ballast regulating, ballast consolidating; - tamping; - track renewal; - craning; - maintenance of the components of the infrastructure; during commissioning, use, maintenance and servicing. This European Standard does not deal comprehensively with specific machine functions other than the common functions listed in the previous paragraph, or with all possible hazards presented by complete machines or by the combination of functions. NOTE 3 For such specific functions or hazards, the use of specific European Standards is recommended. This European Standard does not deal with: - requirements with regard to the quality of work and the performance of the machine; - machines that utilise the catenary for traction purposes; - specific requirements introduced by a railway infrastructure manager; - additional or alternative requirements introduced by the manufacturer and/or operator.

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EVS-EN 14033-1:2011
Identne EN 14033-1:2011
Raudteealased rakendused. Rööbastee. Raudtee ehitus- ja hooldusmasinad. Osa 1: Tehnilised nõuded sõiduomadustele
This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for running of machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to all railbound machines and other vehicles – referred to as machines – running exclusively on the railway (utilising adhesion between the rail and wheels) and used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to machines that are intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other machines are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex K. Special requirements can apply for running on infrastructures with narrow gauge or broad gauge lines, lines of tramways, railways utilising other than adhesion between the rail and wheels, road-rail machines and underground infrastructures. This European Standard covers the requirements for safety and access of railway traffic, railway specific requirements for running on different infrastructures in relation to necessary movements of the machine as a train and movements to reach work sites.
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EVS-EN 14033-2:2008+A1:2011
Identne EN 14033-2:2008+A1:2011
Railway applications - Track - Railbound construction and maintenance machines - Part 2: Technical requirements for working CONSOLIDATED TEXT
This European Standard defines the specific technical railway requirements for working with machines and other vehicles used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, track formation and fixed electric traction equipment as specified in EN 14033-1. This European Standard applies to all railbound machines and other vehicles - referred to as machines - working exclusively on the railway (utilising adhesion between the rail and rail wheels) and used for construction, maintenance and inspection of track, structures, infrastructure and fixed electric traction equipment. This European Standard applies to machines that are intended to operate signalling and control systems. Other similar machines are dealt with in other European Standards, see Annex M.
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EN 16186-3:2016/prA1
Tähtaeg 16.08.2017
Railway applications - Driver's cab - Part 3: Design of displays
This European Standard specifies all necessary design rules and associated assessment criteria as well as guidance concerning the design of information and the corresponding user interfaces of driver’s cabs of EMU, DMU, Railcars, Locomotives and Driving trailers. NOTE 1 This standard applies to rolling stock in the scope of the Directive 2008/57/EC. It considers the tasks the driver has to carry out and human factors. This standard specifies how information is arranged and displayed. It is explicitly applicable to display applications like TRD, ETD, CCD and TDD and may be completed by the CLC/TS 50459 series. This standard is not applicable to legacy ATP systems. If requirements in this standard are in conflict with the ERA DMI document (ERA_ERTMS_015560) the requirements of the ERA DMI document should prevail for the CCD ETCS application. NOTE 2 For resolving any discrepancies (e.g. 5.4.2.3) ERA is expected to harmonize the usage philosophy of the ERA DMI with this standard. All assessments based on the normative requirements of this standard are applicable mainly to - symbols provided by Annex A, - arrangement of screen areas conform with Figure 1 (generic organization of information), - colours, fonts, - audible information. This standard is applicable to the following aspects: - legibility and intelligibility of displayed information: general rules concerning the layout of information on the displays, including character size and spacing; - definition of harmonized colours, symbols, etc.; - definition of harmonized principles for the command interface (by physical or touchscreen buttons): size, symbols, reaction time, way to give feedback to the driver, etc.; - general arrangements (dialogue structures, sequences, layout philosophy, colour philosophy), symbols, audible information, data entry arrangements. NOTE 3 If this standard deals with how information can be given for operation and in degraded situations, it does not define operating rules and degraded situations. This standard does not request any safety requirement related with displayed information. This standard specifies minimum requirements and does not prevent more complex solutions. Requirements describing the functions using the display are out of scope of this standard.
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