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ISO 9533

Earth-Moving Machinery - Machine-Mounted Forward and Reverse Audible Warning Alarm - Sound Test Method First Edition

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 January 1989
Status: inactive
Page Count: 8
ICS Code (Earth-moving machinery): 53.100
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This International Standard outlines the procedures and sets the criteria necessary to evaluate the audible performance of alarms mounted on earth-moving machines intended to warn personnel of the potential hazard of the machine moving under its own power, either forward or in reverse. The tests are carried out on a stationary machine.

Alarm performance on the machine is a function of alarm design, conditions, voltage at the alarm, and placement on the machine with respect to machine components. This procedure verifies that the combination of factors produces an audible alarm.

This International Standard applies to earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165.

Document History

July 1, 2010
Earth-moving machinery - Machine-mounted audible travel alarms and forward horns - Test methods and performance criteria
This International Standard specifies a static method for determining the sound output performance and alarm activation requirements of audible travel alarms and forward horns mounted on earth-moving...
ISO 9533
January 1, 1989
Earth-Moving Machinery - Machine-Mounted Forward and Reverse Audible Warning Alarm - Sound Test Method First Edition
This International Standard outlines the procedures and sets the criteria necessary to evaluate the audible performance of alarms mounted on earth-moving machines intended to warn personnel of the...

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