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NR RT/E/C/19032

Signalling Equipment Technical Advice Notice (SIGTAN 032) Alignment of Colour Light Signals (aka NR/GN/SIG/19032)

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Organization: NR
Publication Date: 1 October 2000
Status: active
Page Count: 22
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This SIGTAN applies to long range colour light signals (colour light signals conforming to Standard Performance Category 1, as defined by GK/RT0031). The techniques that are described may be applied to signals manufactured in accordance with BRS-SE 81, Construction Requirements for Long Range, Multi-aspect Signal Heads. The signal heads in question may be of 1, 2, 3 or 4 aspects and may have originated from a number of different manufacturers. This document does not cater for short range signals or signals fitted with spreadlight lenses.

Purpose

Railtrack Group Standard GK/RT0037 Signal Sighting, specifies requirements for the alignment of colour light signals. This SIGTAN supports GK/RT0037 with additional information and describes working methods.

This document defines processes for determining the alignment of a signal, and for adjusting the alignment where this is found to be necessary. Guidance on record-keeping and periodic inspection is also given.

The content of this document may also be used to assist with the setting up and initial alignment of new colour light signals.

Document History

NR RT/E/C/19032
October 1, 2000
Signalling Equipment Technical Advice Notice (SIGTAN 032) Alignment of Colour Light Signals (aka NR/GN/SIG/19032)
This SIGTAN applies to long range colour light signals (colour light signals conforming to Standard Performance Category 1, as defined by GK/RT0031). The techniques that are described may be applied...

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