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EVS-EN ISO 8041-2:2021

Human response to vibration - Measuring instrumentation - Part 2: Personal vibration exposure meters (ISO 8041-2:2021)

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Valid from 01.07.2021
Base Documents
ISO 8041-2:2021; EN ISO 8041-2:2021
Directives or regulations
None
Standard history
Status
Date
Type
Name
01.07.2021
Main
07.11.2008
Corrigendum
06.07.2005
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This document specifies minimum requirements for personal vibration exposure meters (PVEM). This document is applicable to instruments designed for measurements of whole-body vibration in the context of industrial hygiene applications (according to ISO 2631-1, ISO 2631-2 and ISO 2631-4) and/or hand-arm vibration (according to ISO 5349-1) together with the associated exposure times. This document provides specified design goals and permitted tolerances that define the minimum performance capabilities and functional requirements of instruments designed to measure personal daily vibration exposure. This document does not apply to instruments designed to measure or log exposure times without also performing vibration measurement. Instrumentation of this type is described in ISO/TR 19664.
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