Language:
    • Available Formats
    • Options
    • Availability
    • Priced From ( in USD )
    • Secure PDF

      Secure PDF Files

      Secure PDF files include digital rights management (DRM) software. DRM is included at the request of the publisher, as it helps them protect their copyright by restricting file sharing. In order to read a Secure PDF, you will need to install the FileOpen Plug-In on your computer. The FileOpen Plug-In works with Adobe Reader and other viewers. Visit FileOpen to see the full list.

        What you can do with a Secure PDF:
      • Print
      • Search
      • Highlight
      • Bookmark
      Please note that some publishers - including BOMA, IADC and ICML - do not allow printing of their documents.

    • 👥
    • Immediate download
    • $79.92
    • Add to Cart
    • Printed Edition
    • Ships in 1-2 business days
    • $88.71
    • Add to Cart
    • Printed Edition + PDF
    • Immediate download
    • $111.88
    • Add to Cart

Customers Who Bought This Also Bought

 

About This Item

 

Full Description

Adopts EN894-3:2000, which gives guidance on the selection, design and location of control actuators so that they are adapted to the requirements of the operators, are suitable for the task in question and take account of the circumstances of their use. It applies to manual control actuators used in equipment for occupational and private use.
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS 4024.1903:2014

    👀currently
    viewing


    Safety of machinery, Part 1903: Displays, controls, actuators and signals - Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators - Control actuators

    • Most Recent
  2. AS 4024.1903-2006


    Safety of machinery - Displays, controls, actuators and signals - Ergonomic requirements for the design of displays and control actuators - Control actuators

    • Historical Version
  3. AS 4024.1-1996


    Safeguarding of machinery - General principles

    • Historical Version
  4. AS 4024.1(INT)-1992


    Safeguarding of machinery - General principles

    • Historical Version