Standard: ISO 10218-1
ROBOTS AND ROBOTIC DEVICES — SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS — PART 1: ROBOTS
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This part of ISO 10218 specifies requirements and guidelines for the inherent safe design, protective measures and information for use of industrial robots. It describes basic hazards associated with robots and provides requirements to eliminate, or adequately reduce, the risks associated with these hazards.
This part of ISO 10218 does not address the robot as a complete machine. Noise emission is generally not considered a significant hazard of the robot alone, and consequently noise is excluded from the scope of this part of ISO 10218.
This part of ISO 10218 does not apply to non-industrial robots, although the safety principles established in ISO 10218 can be utilized for these other robots.
NOTE 1 Examples of non-industrial robot applications include, but are not limited to, undersea, military and space robots, tele-operated manipulators, prosthetics and other aids for the physically impaired, micro-robots (displacement less than 1 mm), surgery or healthcare, and service or consumer products.
NOTE 2 Requirements for robot systems, integration, and installation are covered in ISO 10218-2.
NOTE 3 Additional hazards can be created by specific applications (e.g. welding, laser cutting, machining). These system-related hazards need to be considered during robot design.
|Organization:||International Organization for Standardization|
|Document Number:||iso 10218-1|
|Change Type:||COMPLETE REVISION|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
|Document #||Change Type||Update Date||Revision||Status|
|ISO 10218-1||Change Type: COR1||Revision: 1ST||Status: INAC|
|ISO 10218-1||Change Type: COR1||Update Date: 2007-05-15||Revision: 1ST||Status: INAC|
|ISO 10218-1||Change Type: STCH||Update Date: 2006-06-01||Revision: 1ST||Status: INAC|
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