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BS IEC 61310-3:2008
Where the operator’s vision may be fully occupied when safety-critical functions are involved, or where the conditions of visibility are restricted, the position of an actuator shall be readily identifiable by touch. Table 1 derived from Table A. Actuators shall be logically grouped in accordance with their operational or functional correlation, for controlling a process, machine or equipment ie IEC Subscribing members of BSI are 6130-3 up to date with standards developments and receive substantial discounts on the purchase price of standards.
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NOTE 1 Such special reasons may include those cases where there already exist well-established expectations by the operators of the way particular actuators should function. Users are responsible for its correct application.
BS EN 61310-3:2008
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The location of this position shall be as follows.
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