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EVS-EN 60073:2002

Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and identification - Coding principles for indicators and actuators

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Valid from 01.01.2003
Base Documents
IEC 60073:2002; EN 60073:2002
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01.01.2003
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This International Standard establishes general rules for assigning particular meanings to certain visual, acoustic and tactile indications in order to - increase the safety of persons, property and/or the environment through the safe monitoring and control of the equipment or process; - faciliate the proper monitoring, control and maintenance of the equipment or process; - facilitate the rapid recognition of control conditions and actuator positions.
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