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ISO 15077

Tractors and self-propelled machinery for agriculture — Operator controls — Actuating forces, displacement, location and method of operation

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 March 2020
Status: active
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Agricultural machines and equipment in general): 65.060.01
scope:

This document specifies methods of operation and requirements related to manual (for example, hand- , finger-, foot-operated) controls as well as controls associated with virtual terminals intended for a seated operator.

It applies to controls installed on agricultural tractors and self-propelled agricultural machinery.

It also gives recommendations for the control actuating forces and torques, direction of motion and location of these manual controls.

This document also specifies the minimum information relevant to manual controls to be provided in the operator's manual, for use as intended by the manufacturer.

Document History

ISO 15077
March 1, 2020
Tractors and self-propelled machinery for agriculture — Operator controls — Actuating forces, displacement, location and method of operation
This document specifies methods of operation and requirements related to manual (for example, hand- , finger-, foot-operated) controls as well as controls associated with virtual terminals intended...
January 15, 2008
Tractors and self-propelled machinery for agriculture — Operator controls — Actuating forces, displacement, location and method of operation
This International Standard specifies the preferred method of operation and requirements related to operator controls actuated by hand and foot, installed in agricultural tractors and self-propelled...

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