Requirements For Signal Lights, Radar Equipment, Turn Indicators, Compasses And Tax Rate Transmitter < Br / >(Anhang Ix Zuder Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

Original Language Title: Vorschriften für Signallichter, Radarausrüstungen, Wendeanzeiger sowie Kompasse und Steuerkurstransmitter
(Anhang IX zur Binnenschiffsuntersuchungsordnung)

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Requirements for signal lights, radar equipment, turn indicators, compasses and tax rate transmitter (annex IX to the regulation on inspection of inland waterway vessels) BinSchUO2008Anh IX Ausfertigung date: 06.12.2008 full quotation: "requirements for signal lights, radar equipment, turn indicators, compasses and tax rate transmitter (annex IX to the regulation on inspection of inland waterway vessels) from December 6, 2008 (BGBl. I S. 2450 (plant band p. 574-682)), by article 1, point 11 of the regulation of 30 may 2014 (BGBl. I p. 610) has been changed" Note : Change article 1 No. 20 V v 20.12.2012 I 2802 (No. 62) still not considered change through article 1 No. 11 V v. 30.5.2014 I 610 (No. 23) haven't yet applied for more information to the stand number in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from: 1.1.2009 +++) (+++ text of inland waterway vessel inspection regulations see: BinSchUO 2008 +++) table of contents Part I: rules of the color and light intensity of the Board lights and the approval of signal lights in the inland waterways part II : Provisions on the inspection and admission requirements for signal lights in the inland part: III: provisions on the minimum requirements and test conditions for radar navigation equipment in the inland part: IV: provisions on the minimum requirements and test conditions for turn indicators in the inland part V: requirements for the installation and functional testing of radar navigation equipment and the turn indicators in the inland part VI: pattern of putting together the testing institutes, of approved equipment and approved installation companies part VII : Requirements for compasses and tax rate transmitter part VIII: regulations for the installation of compasses on magnetic base and tax rate transmitter on magnetic base part I rules on the color and light intensity of the Board lights and the approval of signal lights in the inland waterway transport table of contents chapter 1 terms of §§ 1.01 signal lights 1.02 signal lights 1.03 light sources 1.04 optics 1.05 filter 1.06 relation between IO, IB and t Chapter 2 requirements for the signal lights 2.01 colour of signal lights 2.02 intensity and range of signal lights 2.03 distribution of the light intensity of the signal lights
Chapter 3 requirements for the signal lights 3.01 technical requirements Chapter 4 testing, authorisation and labelling of 4.01 type checking 4.02 4.03 examination approval certificate 4.04 check test 4.05 marking system system: pattern of the approval certificate for signal lights inland Chapter 1 terms of § 1.01 signal 1 "lights" are devices that are used for the distribution of light from artificial sources of light, elements which are necessary for filtering or transformation of light and to fasten or to the operation of the light sources.
2. luminaires for the signalling of water vehicles are referred to as "Signal lights".

§ 1.02 signal lights 1 "signal lights" are phenomena of light emitted by signal lamps.
2. a white light which shall be visible over a horizon arch by 225° is considered "Masthead" and a uniform, continuous light throws, namely 112° 30' on each side, i.e. from the beginning until both sides 22° 30' behind the cross line.
3. a green light are considered "Page lights" to starboard and at port a red light, of which each of a horizon range from 112° 30' must be visible and a uniform, continuous light throws, i.e. from the beginning to 22° 30' behind the cross line.
4. a white light that must be visible over a horizon arch from 135 ° and raises an even, continuous light, is considered "Stern light", 67° 30' from the back on each side.
5. a yellow light, which must be visible over a horizon arch from 135 ° and raises an even, continuous light, is considered "yellow stern light" namely 6730' back to each side.
6 a light that must be visible over a horizon arc of 360 ° and raises an even, continuous light is "from all sides of visible light".
7. a) as "Twinkle lights" is a light with a clock ID of 40 to 60 light phenomena per minute.
(b) a light with a cycle ID 100 to 120 light phenomena per minute is considered "quick flicker light". A twinkle light is a consequence of regular light phenomena per unit of time.
8) the signal lights are according to their luminous intensity divided into a) ordinary light, b) bright light, c) strong light.

Article 1.03 light sources "light" are electrical or non-electrical equipment intended for the production of light in signal lights.

§ 1.04 optics 1.
The "optics" is an institution consisting of optical refractive, reflective or refractive and reflective elements, including their versions. Due to the effect of these elements emitted rays new, predefined styles are directed by a light source.
2. a "coloured optic" is a lens which changes the color and intensity of the transmitted light.
3. the "neutral optic" is a lens which changes the strength of the transmitted light.

Article 1.05 filter 1.
The "filter" is a selective filter that changes the color and intensity of the transmitted light.
2. the "neutral filter" is an aselektives filter which modifies the intensity of the transmitted light.

§ 1.06 is the photometric luminous intensity in candela (cd) measured at electric light at nominal voltage relationships between I, IB and t IO.
IB is the operation luminous intensity in candela (cd), t is the range in kilometres (km).
Taking into account such as of the ageing of the light source, contamination of the optics and voltage of the on-board network, IB is assumed at 25 per cent less than IO.
It therefore does: IB = 0,75 · IO the relation between IB and t of signal lights is given by the following equation: IB = 0,2 · t square · The atmospheric transmission factor q q-t is assumed with 0.76, corresponding to a meteorological visibility of 14.3 km.

Article 2.01 colour of signal lights 1.
A signal system with five colours is used for the signal lights, the colors a) white, b) red, c) green, d) yellow and e) contains blue. The colours apply to the light emitted by the lamp.
2. the color boundary lines of colour bands are determined by specifying the coordinates of the vertexes of the areas according to the following colour chart as follows: white colour of signal light coordinates of vertices x y 0,310 0.283 0,443 0,382 0.500 0,382 0.500 0.440 0,453 0.440 0,310 0.348 red x y 0,690 0.290 0,710 0.290 0,680 0.320 0,660 0.320 green x y 0.009 0,720 0,284 0,520 0,207 0,397 0.013 0,494 yellow x y 0,612 0,382 0,618 0,382 0,575 0.425 0,575 0,406 blue x y 0,136 0,040 0,218
0,142 0,185 0,175 0,102 0.105 color plate ACC. to CIE's equivalent to 2 930 K the light of a vacuum bulb, 2 856 K the light of a gas-filled bulb.
(Content: not representable color Board) § 2.02 intensity and range of signal lights following table contains the permitted limits for IO, IB and t for the various signal lights for day and night operation, whereby the above values apply to the light emitted by the signal lights. IO and IB are given in cd and t in km.
Limits types of signal lights colour of signal light white green/red yellow blue min. max min. max min. max min. max.
 
IO 2.7 10.0 1.2 4.7 1.1 3.2 0.9 2.7 usually IB 2.0 7.5 0.9 3.5 0.8 2.4 0.7 2.0 t 2.3 3.7 1.7 2.8 1.6 2.5 1.5 2.3 IO 12.0 33.0 6.7 27.0 4.8 20.0 6.7 27.0 bright IB 9.0 25.0 5.0 20.0 3.6 15.0 5.0 20.0 t 3.9 5.3 3.2 5.0 2.9 4.6 3.2 5.0 IO 47.0 133,0 47.0 133.0 - strong IB 35.0 100.0 35.0 100.0 - t 5.9 8.0-5.9 8.0 - for the daily operations of the yellow sparkly lights however apply a minimum luminous intensity IO of 900 cd.

§ 2.03 distribution of luminous intensity of signal lights 1 horizontal distribution of the luminous intensity 1.1 need to in § 2.02 specified light levels in all use directions in the horizontal plane through the focus of the optic or the light focus of correctly adjusted light source of a vertically-mounted signal light exist.
1.2 at Topplichtern, tail lights and lights page, the prescribed luminous intensity over a horizon arch within the prescribed sector must exist at least until 5 ° from the boundary lines. The light intensity can take from 5 ° within the prescribed sector up to the boundary lines by 50%; then she must take off gradually, so that only negligible stray light cannot exist on 5° outside the borders of the sector.
1.3 at page highlights the prescribed luminous intensity must exist in the direction just ahead. Here, the light levels in a range between 1 ° and 3° outside of the prescribed sector of broadcasting to almost zero need to fall off.
1.4 when double colors and three colour signal lights luminous intensity distribution as uniformly be that over a range of respectively 3 ° on either side of signal zero, the maximum luminous intensity neither is exceeded, yet the required minimum of luminous intensity falls below.
1.5 the horizontal luminous intensity distribution of the signal light must be as uniformly over the entire beam angle, that is the minimum and maximum value of the photometric luminous intensity about no more than distinguish factor of 1.5.
2. vertical distribution of light intensity at slope of the signal lamp of up to ± 5 ° relative to the horizontal the light levels must at least 80% and tilt up to ± 7.5 ° be at least 60% of luminous intensity at 0 °. Here the 1.2 the luminous intensity at 0 ° must not be exceeded.
Chapter 3 requirements for the signal lights
Technical requirements 1 construction and materials of signal lamps and light sources must guarantee the security and durability § 3.01.
2. the luminous intensity, light colours and their distribution must not be impaired by components of the signal light, in particular, bridges.
3. the signal lights must be attach to board simply and clearly.
4. light changing of the light source must be ensured.
Chapter 4 examination, approval and markings article 4.01 type tests is determined in a type test according to the "examination and admission requirements for signal lights on inland waterways", whether the signal lamp and its light source meet the requirements of this regulation.

§ 4.02 test procedure 1.
Type tests shall be requested by the applicant to the competent testing authority. Drawings and models, as well as the necessary light sources shall be provided in at least two copies.
2. type examination reveals no complaints, the applicants per one of the submitted drawings provided with the admission notice, and a tested model will be returned. The second copies retained by the audit authority.
3. the manufacturer must declare to the testing authority that the serial production matches the pattern of construction in all parts.

§ 4.03 approval certificate 1.
Type testing has revealed that the requirements of that provision are met, approved the type of lamp and a certificate of registration granted the applicant after the pattern of the attachment with the marking according to § 4.05.
2. the holder of the approval certificate a) is entitled to affix the marking on the components according to § 4.05, b) is obliged to make replicas only according to the drawings approved by the audit authority, following the execution of the approved models, and c) deviations from approved drawings and samples only with the consent of the inspection authority may carry out. It also decides whether the granted certificate of registration is only to supplement or the entrance examination must apply for new.

§ 4.04 control test 1.
The audit authority is entitled to remove the originating signal lights to control testing from the series production.
2. arise serious flaws during the control check, it may extract - moved are.

§ 4.05 marking 1.
The approved signal lights, optics and light sources must be labelled as follows: (not displayable anchor) e. X. JJ. nnn characters have following meanings: (not displayable anchor) e approval symbols = X = State in which the approval was granted: = 1 for Germany 19 = Romania 2 = France 20 = Poland 3 = Italy 21 = for Portugal = 4 for the Netherlands 23 = Greece 5 = Sweden 24 = Ireland 6 = Belgium 26 = for Slovenia 7 = Hungary 27 = 8 for the Slovakia = for the Czech Republic 29 = for Estonia 9 = Spain 32 = Latvia 11 = for the = United Kingdom 34 for Bulgaria 12 = for Austria 36 = 13 for Lithuania = for Luxembourg 49 = Cyprus 17 = 50 for Finland = for Malta 18 yy = for Denmark = two last digits of the registration year nnn = approval granted the authority for examination.
2. the marking must be clearly legible and permanently attached.
3. the marking on the housing is to attach that its finding on board without degradation of the signal light is possible. Optic and housing are inextricably linked, just a marking on the housing.
4. only approved signal lights, optics and light sources may be fitted with the marking provided for in point 1.
5. the audit authority shall promptly marking the Committee.

Plant pattern of the approval certificate for signal lights in inland waterway transport approval certificate for SIGNAL lights for inland navigation the signal light...
(Type, type, origin characters) is approved for use in inland waterway transport in the scope of Directive 2006/87/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 laying down technical requirements for inland waterway vessels and repealing Directive 82/714/EEC.
She receives the mark (not displayable anchor) e....
The components are to mark Article 4.05 of Directive 2006/87/EC pursuant to annex IX, part I.
The holder of the authorisation has article 4.03 of Directive 2006/87/EC to ensure that replicas may be carried out only after the drawings approved by the audit authority and versions of the type referred to in annex IX, part I. Deviations are permissible only with the consent of the inspection authority.
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Competent authority for examination.
Signature part II provisions on the inspection and admission requirements for signal lights in inland waterway transport table of contents chapter I General provisions article 1.01 nominal voltages 1.02 functional requirements 1.03 mounting 1.04 Lichtmesstechnische requirements 1.05 components 1.06 maintenance 1.07 safety requirements 1.08 Accessories 1.09 non-electric signal lights 1.10 double-decker beacon Chapter 2 light - and color-metrological requirements 2.01 Lichtmesstechnische requirements 2.02 Farbmesstechnische requirements Chapter 3 technical requirements 3.01 electrically operated Beacon 3.02 belt lenses , Glasses and optical glasses 3.03 electric light sources Chapter 4 procedures of examination and approval 4.01 General rules of procedure 4.02 request 4.03 examination 4.04 approval 4.05 invalidate the approval facility environmental assessments 1 testing of protection against water and dust 2. humid climate testing 3. 4. cold test heat test 5. 6 vibration test accelerated test of weather resistance of 7 test on salt water and weather-resistance (salt spray test) Chapter 1 General provisions article 1.01 voltages nominal voltages for signal lights on inland waterways are the voltages of 230 V , 115 V, 110 V, 24 V and 12 v primarily used equipment for 24 V.

§ 1.02 functional requirements signal lights and their ancillary equipment may be affected through the normal stresses in its intended function aboard. In particular, all optically effective and important to their bracket and adjustment parts must be so manufactured that their fixed location in the operation can not change.

§ 1.03 mounting the parts of the signal light, which are used to fasten on board, must made be that after the adjustment of the signal beacon on board the once fixed location in operation cannot change.

§ 1.04 Lichtmesstechnische must have the required light distribution requirements signal lights, the color visibility must be ensured, and the required light intensity must be met immediately after switching on the lights.

§ 1.05 components in the signal lights may be used only the lighting components specific to their design for this.

Maintenance that construction of the signal lights and their ancillary equipment must the proper maintenance, if necessary, by simply replacing of the light source in darkness allow § 1.06.

§ 1.07 requirements to the safety signal lights and their ancillary equipment must be built and constructed in a way be, that no danger to persons can occur during their operations, their operation and their maintenance.

§ 1.08 auxiliary equipment auxiliary equipment for signal lights must be designed and manufactured, that the correct operation and the effectiveness of the signal lights are not affected by their cultivation, installation or connection.

Article 1.09 non-electric signal lights Nichtelektrisch-powered signal lights must be according to the § § 1.02 to 1.08 and the requirements according to designed and manufactured according to Chapter 3. The requirements under Chapter 2 this examination and approval conditions shall apply accordingly.

§ 1.10 double-decker beacon two stacked built a housing (double decker signal lights) signal lights must how individual lights can be used. In any case both light sources may be operated in double-deck signal lights at the same time.
Chapter 2 light and Farbmesstechische requirements of section 2.01 Lichtmesstechnische requirements 1.
The light measurement evaluation of signal lights is laid down in part I.
2. the construction of the signal light must ensure that no disturbing reflection or refraction of light may occur. The use of reflectors is prohibited.
3. If double-colored page and three color lamps should be avoided by andersfarbigem light within the glass effectively parent show.
4 these requirements shall apply mutatis mutandis for lanterns powered signal lights.

Section 2.02 Farbmesstechnische requirements 1.
The color measurement evaluation of signal lights is laid down in part I.
2. the chromaticity of light generated by the signal lights must be at the operating colour temperature of the light source within the color areas set out in part I.
3. the colour of the light coloured signal lights may be operated by belts (belt lenses, glasses), dyed in the mass and use glasses is produced when the individual color places of escaping light to no more than 0.01 in their coordinates differ according to the color chart. Colored bulb may not be used.
4.
The overall opacity of the colored glasses (use glasses) must be sufficient to achieve the required light intensity at the operating colour temperature of the light source.
5. reflections of the light of the light parts of the signal lamp must not selectively be x, i.e., the tristimulus coordinates and y of the light source used in the signal light should have no greater displacement than 0.01 after reflection at the operating colour temperature.
6 clear glass belt must not selectively influence the light generated at the operating colour temperature of the light source, after a long period of operation, the tristimulus coordinates must also exhibit x and y of the light source used in the signal light no larger shift than 0.01 after passage of the light through the belt.
7. the chromaticity of light produced by the lanterns powered signal lamp must be at the operating colour temperature of the light source within the color areas set out in part I.
8. the colour of the light colored lanterns-powered beacons may produced only by silicate glass, coloured throughout the mass. For colored lanterns powered signal lights, all the coloured silicate glasses at the closest colour temperature of the non-electric light source must be sufficient to achieve the required light intensity.
Chapter 3 technical requirements article 3.01 electric powered signal lamps 1.
All parts of the signal lamps must withstand the Special loads of the operation of the ship by ship movement, vibration, corrosion, temperature changes, if necessary, shock load during loading and when ice driving, and more coming aboard beset.
2. Design, materials and processing of the signal light must secure stability, which ensures that the mechanical stress and thermal stress, irradiation with ultraviolet light according to these requirements the effectiveness of the signal light is maintained, in particular need to light - and preserves color metrological properties.
3. components that are exposed to corrosive attacks, must be made of corrosion-resistant materials or provided with an effective corrosion protection.
4. the materials must be non-hygroscopic if degrades the function of equipment, devices and accessories.
5. the materials must be non-flammable.
6. the audit authority may allow materials with different properties, provided that the necessary security is ensured due to the construction.
7 tests on signal lights to ensure the suitability for their use on board. While the tests are classified according environmental suitability and operational suitability.
8 environmental suitability a) environmental classes aa) climate classes X devices, which are intended for use where the exposed weather.
S devices that are intended for the flooding or to the ongoing contact with saline water.
BB) vibration class V devices and assemblies which are exposed on poles and other places of a higher vibration stress.
(cc) hardness classes environmental conditions are divided into three classes of hardness: aaa) normal ambient conditions: you can on board for long periods occur regularly.
BBB) border environmental conditions: you can on board in special cases as an exception occur.
CCC) transport ambient conditions: you may encounter during transport and storage except for operation of existing installations, devices and accessories.
Tests under normal ambient conditions are "rule environmental assessment", checks at border environmental conditions are "border environmental assessments" and tests under transport conditions are called "transport environment tests".
b) requirements aa) signal lights and their ancillary equipment must be suitable for continuous operation under the influences of backwash, the vibration, the humidity and the temperature change that must be expected on board a ship.
BB) signal lights and their accessories must remain letter functional a when interacting with the environment according to their environmental class indicated in the annex referred to in point 8.
9 operating fitness a) power supply: deviations of voltage and frequency values of its ratings power supply (*) within the borders of the table and at the upper vibration level of the supply voltage from 5% signal lights and their ancillary equipment within their tolerance limits approved on the basis of the audit and authorisation conditions for normal operation on board must work. Basically, the supply voltage at the lamp only to ± 5% shall deviate from the nominal voltage selected.
Type of supply (nominal voltage) voltage and frequency variations in the electrical energy supply of signal lights and their auxiliary equipment voltage change frequency change continuous DC voltage of 48 V and AC voltage DC voltage including 48 V ± 10% ± 20% ± 5% ± 10% − all the time 10% ± MAX 3 s constant voltage peaks up to ± 1200 V with a rise time of 2 to 10 µs and a duration up to 20 µs and the reversal of polarity of the supply voltage are not allowed to damage the signal lights and their auxiliary equipment. -Fuses may have mentioned - the signal lights and their ancillary equipment within the limits approved on the basis of the audit and authorisation conditions for normal operation on board must work according to their influence.
b) electromagnetic compatibility: All reasonable and practicable steps must be undertaken to eliminate the causes of mutual electromagnetic interference of the signal lights and their ancillary equipment also by other facilities and equipment of the ship and to suppress.
10 control, border and transport ambient conditions referred to in point 8 2(a) environmental conditions on board ships are based on proposed additions to IEC publications 92-101 and 92-504. Different values are with * marked.
 
Control border transportation environmental conditions a) temperature of the surrounding air: climate class - 25 up - 25 up - 25 to X and S according to paragraph 8 letter a + 55 ° C * + 55 ° C * + 55 ° C * b) humidity of the surrounding air: sustained temperature + 20 ° C + 35 ° C + 45 ° C maximum relative humidity 95% 75% 65% change in temperature reaches the dew point possible c) weather conditions on deck: sunlight 1 120 W / m2 air movement 50 m/s precipitation 15 mm / min speed of moving water (waves) 10 m/s salinity (the water of 30 kg / m3 d) magnetic field: magnetic field strength in any direction 80 A / m e) vibration: sine vibration in any direction vibration class V referred to in point 8 2(a) (increased stress, E.g. on masts) frequency range 2 Hz to 10 Hz 2 to 13,2 Hz * way amplitude + 1.6 mm + 1.6 mm frequency range 10 Hz to 100 Hz 13,2 to 100 Hz * acceleration amplitude + 7 m/s² + 11 m/s² 11 signal lights must comply with the environmental assessments listed in the annex.
12 components of signal lights made from organic materials must be largely insensitive to ultraviolet radiation. After a 720 hours permanent testing according to the system (number 6) may arise no changes reducing the quality and no major shifts of the tristimulus coordinates occurs as 0.01 compared with the non-irradiated and non-irrigated light discharge area x and y.
13 light discharge area and shielding of signal lights must be designed and manufactured, that in Board-normal load, at continuous operation with 10% overvoltage and at an ambient temperature of + 45 ° C are not deformed, altered or destroyed.
14 signal lights must continuously and 10% overvoltage and an ambient temperature of + 60 ° C at their suspension devices a 8 hours exposure to a force of 1000 N (Newton) survive.
15 signal lights must be resistant to temporary submersion. You need during continuous operation with 10% overvoltage and an ambient temperature of + 45 ° C a deterrent by a torrent of water of + 15 ° C to + survive 20 ° C from a full 10-liter tank without change.
16. the resistance of processed materials under operating conditions must be ensured, in particular the materials used in the operation may take at most temperatures that correspond to their continuous use temperatures.
17th signal lights contain components made of non-metallic materials and their continuous operating temperature under onboard conditions is at an ambient temperature of + 45 ° C to determine. The specified temperature limits, so continuous use temperature of the non-metallic materials determined higher than the IEC Publication 598 part 1 table X and table XI the mechanical is separate studies, to determine thermal and climatic long-term strength of these components of the signal light.
18.
The signal light in uniformly moving air will be to study the resistance of parts at continuous use temperature (v approx. 0.5 m/s) in position for operation at an ambient temperature of + 45 ° C under on-board conditions operated. During the warm-up, and after reaching the operating temperature it exposed to the non-metallic parts of a construction-related or corresponding to a possible handling mechanical load. Signal lights with light outlet not silicate glass surfaces a metal stamp of dimensions presses 5 mm × 6 mm with a constant force of 6,5 N (equivalent to finger pressure) centered between the upper and lower edge on the light-emitting surface. Under this mechanical loads the component may reveal no plastic deformation.
19 to study the aging resistance of the component when exposed to air, signal lamps be rel. with non-metallic components exposed in the operating of the weathering in a climatic chamber in the waged battle of 45 ° C and 95% Air humidity to - 20 ° C under on-board conditions so intermittently operated that they are turned on during the hot humid and cold cycles, as well as when changing from low to high temperatures above hurting because times. The total duration of this trial is at least 720 hours. By this test, the non-metallic components may suffer any changes affecting the function of the device.
20 may signal light parts, which are mounted in the space, at an ambient temperature of + 45 ° C assume no higher temperatures than + 70 ° C, made of metal, and + 85 ° C if they are made of non-metallic materials.
21st signal lights must be designed according to the recognized rules of technology and manufactured. In particular, the IEC is part 1 publication 598, observe lighting - General requirements and test methods -. Are to meet the requirements of the following numbers: a) protective conductor connection number 7.2, b) protection against electric shock number 8.2, c) insulation resistance and dielectric strength numbers 10.2 and 10.3, d) creepage distances and clearances number 11.2, e) persistence and warming number 12.1, tables X, XI, XII, f) heat resistance, fire resistance and tracking resistance numbers 13.2, 13.3 and 13.4, g) screw terminal numbers 14.2, 14.3 and 14.4 22.
The cross-sections of the electrical connection cables must be ≥ 1.5 mm2. For the connection at least lines of type must be HO 7 RN-F or equivalent to be used.
23. the protection type of signal beacons for hazardous areas must be detected by the audit authorities designated and certified.
24 must have the type of the signal lights, that a) the opportunity for easy cleaning of also the lights inside as well as to exchange the light source in darkness is given to b) prevents accumulation of condensation, c) only permanently elastic sealing pads between the removable parts are used, d) no new light as intended may come out of the signal light.
25 a purchase or installation instructions attach, emerge from the installation location, the purpose and the type of interchangeable parts of the signal lamp is each set to be signal lamp. Portable signal lights must be attached in simple, but secure way.
26 necessary fixing devices must be such that signal zero direction of the lamp matches the mark of the signal zero direction of the vessel.
27 on each lamp are at a point remaining visible after installation on board clearly and permanently attached: a) the rated power of the light source, as far as different rated outputs lead to different implications, b) the luminaire type circle lights, c) the signal zero direction by a marking on the part circle lights immediately below or above the light-emitting surface, d) the type of signal light, such as strong , e) the origin symbol, f) the empty field for marking such as F. 91.235.
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Nominal voltage and frequency are the nominal values specified by the manufacturer. Also voltage and/or frequency ranges can be called.

§ 3.02 belt lenses, glasses and optical glasses 1 belt (belt lenses, glasses) and optical glasses can be manufactured from organic glass (glass) or inorganic (silica glass). Belt and optical glasses of silicate glass must be made at least hydrolitischen class IV from a variety of glass according to ISO 719, to ensure their long term resistance to water. Belt and optical glasses from plastic glass must have a similar long-term resistance to water made of silicate glass like that. Optical glasses must be low.
2. belt and optical glasses must be largely free of Striae and bubbles and impurities. Their surfaces must be no defects such as matting, deep scratches, etc.
3. belt and optical glasses shall meet the requirements of section 3.01. The light - and color-metrological properties must not change under these conditions.
4. red and green optical glasses for side lights must not interchangeable.
5. on the belts and use glasses the approval mark and the type designation must be at one point that remains visible after installation in the signal lights, in addition to the original characters legible and permanently recorded. By these inscriptions, the light - and color-metrological requirements may not be below.

§ 3.03 electric light sources 1.
In the signal lights, incandescent lamps according to their design for this specific may be used. You must be available in the nominal voltages. In special cases can deviate from this.
2. the bulb must be fixed in the lamp in the correct position. A maximum of two unique positions in the lamp are allowed. Unintentional twisting and intermediate positions must be excluded. The worst position is selected for testing.
3. light bulbs must be no properties, which adversely affect their effectiveness, such as stripes or spots on the piston or faulty arrangement of the spiral in the piston.
4. the operating colour temperature of the light bulb must be at least 2360 K.
5. it mounts and base must be used that meet the specific requirements of the optical system and the mechanical stress in the operation on board.
6. the base of the light bulb connected to the piston be so tight that the filament resists a smooth turning with a torque of 25 kgcm without changes and damage after 100 burning 10% overvoltage.
7 on the piston or the base of the light bulbs, the origin mark, the rated voltage and the power rating or the nominal luminous intensity the approval mark must be clearly legible and permanently attached.
8 light bulbs the following tolerances comply with: a) filament lamps for the rated voltages 230 V, 115 V, 110 V and 24 V (not representable drawing) nominal voltage V nominal power W max power retainer (3) W nominal lifelong duration h test values (3) body of mm horizontal luminous intensity (4) cd color temperature K b mm 1 mm 24 40 43 45 2360 0.72 + 0.1 0 13.5 + 1.35 0 110 or 115 60 69 1000 up to 15 + 2.5 0 11.5 + 1.5 0 230
65 69 65 2856 15 + 2.5 0 11.5 + 1.5 0 comments: (1) tolerance for the light focus distance of 24 V / 40 W lamp: ± 1,5 mm (2) L: of broad lobes of the base P 28s stands left standing lamp against the direction of the beam.
(3) before measuring for initial values, the light bulbs in operating position must be aged for 60 minutes at the rated voltage.
(4) in the radiation range ± 10 ° relative to a horizontal line through the Centre of the luminaire body these values does not exceed may turn the lamp 360 ° around its axis or fall below.
(b) filament lamps for the rated voltage of 24 V and 12 V (not representable drawing) test values (1) light body 1 mm nominal voltage V nominal power W max power holder (1) W nominal life duration h horizontal luminous intensity (2) cd Farb-temperature K 12 24 10 18 1000 12 to 20 2360 to 2856 9 to 13 9 to 17 12 24 25 26.5 30 to 48 9 to 13 comments : (1) before measuring the initial values the bulbs in operating position must be aged for 60 minutes at the nominal voltage.
(2) in the area ± 30 ° ° to a horizontal line through the Centre of the luminaire body these values does not exceed may turn the lamp 360 ° around its axis or fall below.
(c) the bulbs are marked on the lamp base with the sizes incoming in the label. If this identification is done on the piston, the effect of the light bulbs must not be impaired thereby.
d) are used instead of incandescent bulbs in signal lights lamps, so the light bulbs requirements for this accordingly.
Chapter 4 procedures of examination and approval section 4.01 General rules of procedure shall apply for the procedure of for examination and approval part I.

§ 4.02 application 1.
The application for admission the following particulars, documents as well as type and, if necessary, the auxiliary equipment are by the manufacturer or his authorised representative: a) the indication of the signal light (such as strong), b) specifying the trade name and the type name of the signal lamp, its light source and, if necessary, the auxiliary equipment, c) with electric signal lights should be the indication of the nominal voltage of the signal lights operated as intended (d).
a specification of all characteristics and services, e) a short broad technical description indicating the materials from which the signal light pattern is manufactured, as well as a diagram with short between technical description if accessories of the signal light are upstream, that can affect the operation, f) for the signal light patterns and, if necessary, the auxiliary equipment in duplicate: aa) purchase or installation instructions with information about light source and mounting or holding device , bb) outline drawings with dimensions and associated names and type names that are required on top or built-in signal lamps and, if necessary, the auxiliary equipment, manufactured after the test specimen identification and aboard cc) other documents such as drawings, parts lists, wiring diagrams, function descriptions and photographs of all essential details which can be influenced and are necessary in this respect to the verification of the resulting from a planned production equipment with the test specimen under Chapter 1 to 3 of this examination and approval conditions. The following information and drawings are particularly relevant: aaa) a longitudinal section showing details of the structure of the belt and the profile of the light source (incandescent filament) and mounting and bracket, bbb) a cross section of the signal light in line with the mid-point of the girdle, which shows details of the arrangement of the light source, the belt and, if necessary, use glass as well as reflects the horizontal beam angle of the part circle lights , ccc) provides a view of the back part circle lights, the details of the holder or fasteners, ddd) a view of the full lamp of of circular, from the details of the attachment or the holder emerge, dd) information concerning the case of serial fabrication, the dimensional tolerances of the light source, the belt, optical glasses, the mounting facilities or the holders of the light source used in the signal light relative to the built-in belt, ee) information concerning the horizontal luminous intensity of the light sources of serial fabrication at rated voltage , ff) information on the tolerances of colored glass in the chromaticity and the permeability for standard illuminant A (2856 K) or the illuminant of the intended light source due to the rushed production.
2. the application two operational models with 10 light sources are each rated voltage and, if necessary, five use glasses to provide each signal colour and the mounting or holding device. There are also device-specific auxiliary equipment to provide, that are required to perform the entrance examination on request.
3. the sample must conform in all details of the intended production and equipped with all the accessories, which is required for entry or growing in the normal position of use and to operate correctly and with which it intended to be used on board. Accessories can be excluded with the consent of the inspection authority.
4. more models, documents and information are to supply on request.
5. the documents must be drawn up in the language of the admitted test centre.
6 will be an application for an authorisation for an auxiliary device, the numbers 1 to 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis, with attachments only in connection with approved signal lights can be admitted.
7. part-circle lights must be submitted generally in a complete set.

§ 4.03 examination 1.
When examining a newly developed or modified approved signal lights type as well as a newly developed or modified approved additional facility, it is determined whether the sample meets the requirements of this testing and approval conditions and according to § 4.02 No. 1 letter f coincides with the documents.
2 the conditions occurring on board ships be based the admission test. The audit covers all to be delivered with light sources, optical glasses and accessories which are intended for the signal light.
3. the light - and colour-measurement test is performed at the respective nominal voltage. The signal lamp are evaluated taking into account the horizontal operating luminous intensity IB and the operating colour temperature.
4. the examination of an item or an auxiliary device is performed only with the type of signal lights, for which it is intended.
5. tests of other bodies to the proof of fulfilment of the requirements of Chapter 3 can, be accepted if their equivalence is proved after installation, on request.

§ 4.04 admission 1.
For the approval of signal lights, part I is governed by § 4.01 to 4.05.
2. for rows to be produced or manufactured signal lights and auxiliary equipment the authorisation may be granted the applicant after approval examination made at his own expense, if he is the guarantee of a reliable exercise of the powers conferred by the registration.
3. in the case of approval, a registration certificate § 4.03 for the appropriate signal type granted under part I and an approval marking § 4.05 allocated signal lights type according to part I. The approval mark and the number of the manufacturer are on each signal lamp manufactured after the construction pattern at a point remaining visible after installation on board clearly and permanently attached. Origin labelling and type names are legibly and permanently attached. Characters that could give rise to confusion with the approval mark may be affixed to the signal lights do not.
4. the approval may be limited and contain requirements and conditions.
5. changes to an approved signal light and appends to approved signal lights require a permit of the audit authority.
6 is the approval of a signal lamp fails, the applicant will be rejected appeal-able.
7 of any approved type of signal lights, a construction pattern is to leave the admitted test authority.

§ 4.05 lapse of authorisation 1.
The license for a construction pattern expires upon expiry, cancellation and withdrawal.
2. the approval may be revoked if a) conditions are subsequently not only temporarily disappeared for their granting, b) this examination and approval conditions have not been fulfilled a, c) a signal light does not match with the approved design, d) issued requirements have not been fulfilled or e) turns out the holder of the authorisation as unreliable.
The approval must be withdrawn if the requirements have not been for their issuance.
3. is the production of an approved signal lights type is set, the audit authority declining to is immediately reported to.
4. withdrawal and revocation of approval have the effect that the use of the given marking is not permitted 5.
After the expiration of the registration, the registration certificate of the admitted test authority for the registration of a notice of the expiry shall be provided.

Plant environmental assessments 1 testing of protection against water and dust 1.1 the protection degree of the sample must be fulfilled according to the classification IP 55 IEC publication part 598-I.
1.1.1 carried out examinations and assessment against dust and water jets of the type according to the classification IP 55 of the IEP publication 529 1.1.2 it is the first digit 5 for protection against dust deposits. This means: complete protection against contact with voltage-standing parts. Protection against harmful dust deposits. Ingress of dust is not totally prevented.
The second paragraph 5 is 1.1.3 for protection against water jets. This means: A jet of water from a nozzle, which is directed against the light from all directions shall have no harmful effect.
1.2 water protection of the tested sample shall be assessed as follows: the protection is considered sufficient, if water affects not disruptive to the operation of the sample.
1.2.1 it may have formed no water deposit on insulation, if thereby the minimum values of creepage distances can be reduced. Parts under voltage must not get wet, and a possible accumulation of water inside the luminaire may not reach such parts.
2. moist climate testing 2.1 meaning and application 2.1.1 it shall cover the effect of damp heat and moisture changes in temperature after § 3.01 number 10 letter b in operation and during transport and storage, nautical equipment, devices and tools together, where the surfaces can betauen.
2.1.2 the required dew approaching the effect of precipitation of dust built up in the course of operation or hygroscopic salt film in case of ungekapselter assemblies in addition.
2.1.3 the following specification is based on IEC Publication 68, part 2-30 in conjunction with § 3.01 number 10 letters a and b. additional information can be found if necessary of the publication.
2.1.4 are units and assemblies that should be admitted in an enclosed delivery form as models to check the enclosed State or, if they are not suitable with the safety measures required at the discretion of the applicant for the use on board.
2.2 version 2.2.1
The test is performed in a test Chamber, whose Beschaffenheit, if necessary, ensures in conjunction with an air circulation that approximated at all points within the Chamber of the same temperature and air humidity prevails. The movement of the air shall not noticeably cool the sample, must be so strong that the prescribed values for air temperature and humidity can be kept in the immediate vicinity of the sample. Condensation is constantly deriving from the test Chamber. It may drip no condensation on the sample. Condensation may be used only after reprocessing, in particular after removal of chemical admixtures born type, to humidifying.
2.2.2 the type expose no heat radiation by means of heat generation for the Chamber.
2.2.3 must be so long the sample before the exam begins decommissioned, until it has offset of room temperature in all parts.
2.2.4 is the sample in the test chamber at an ambient temperature of + 25 ± 10 ° C corresponding to its normal use on board rebuilt.
2.2.5 the Chamber is closed. The air temperature is at - 25 ± 3 ° C with a relative humidity of 45 to 75% set and held it up to the temperature Equilibration of the sample.
2.2.6 the relative air humidity is increased at an unchanged air temperature within no more than one hour on at least 95%. This increase is permitted during the last hour of the Temperaturangleichs of the sample.
2.2.7 is the air temperature in the Chamber within a period of 3 ± 0.5 hours continuously on + 40 ± 2 ° C increase. While the rise in temperature relative humidity is kept, at least 95% in the last 15 minutes at least 90%. During the temperature rise, the construction pattern to betauen.
2.2.8 that air temperature until the expiration of 12 ± 0.5 hours from the beginning of phase 7 to + 40 ± 2 ° C at a relative humidity of 93 ± 3% kept. During the first and the temperature of the last 15 minutes of the period, in the + 40 ± 2 ° C is between 90 and 100% relative humidity may exceed.
2.2.9 is the air temperature within three to six hours to + 25 ± 3 ° C lower. The relative humidity must be constantly over 80%.
2.2.10 which is air temperature to reach 24 hours from the start of phase 7 map on + 25 ± 3 ° C maintained. The relative humidity must be here over 95%.
2.2.11 the phase 7 is being reviewed.
2.2.12 the phase 8 is being reviewed.
2.2.13 no earlier than ten hours after the start of phase 12 are switched on about existing facilities of air conditioning of the sample. After the necessary according to the manufacturer's period for the air conditioning of the sample, this turned on according to the instructions of the manufacturer, and operated with the par value of its on-board electricity supply with a tolerance of ± 3%.
2.2.14 the period necessary for the manufacturer to achieve the normal functioning of are the functions checked and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded. Provided to the test chamber must be opened up, this should be done as briefly as possible.
If the necessary time exceeds 30 minutes to reach the normal functioning of this phase will be extended so much that, after reaching normal operating status, sufficient time, but at least 30 minutes, is to test the functions and measure the function data is available.
2.2.15 within is lowered the air temperature to room temperature - with a tolerance of ± 3 ° C and the relative humidity less than 75% from one up to three hours when continue in operating models.
2.2.16 the Chamber is opened and the sample is exposed to the normal air temperature and air humidity of the room.
2.2.17 after three hours, at the earliest but after all visible moisture on the building pattern has evaporated, the functions of the sample are checked again and the function data key for use on board measured and recorded.
2.2.18 the sample is subjected to a Visual inspection. Open housing and the inside of the sample is checked on the impact of the moist climate tests and on remnants of condensation.
2.3. requested outcome 2.3.1 the functions of the sample he must during the 12 to 18 duly-filled are. It may occur no harm.
2.3.2 which determined in stages 12 and 18 function data must be within tolerance limits that are set in this examination and admission criteria for the sample.
2.3.3 must occur no corrosive changes and no residual condensation within the building pattern, which can be expected malfunctions when when exposed to high humidity.
3. cold test 3.1 meaning captures this test the effect of cold in the operation, during transport and storage according to § 3.01 points 8 and 10 supplementary information can be found part 3-1 if necessary of the IEC Publication 68.
3.2 version 3.2.1 which test will be conducted in a test Chamber, whose nature, where appropriate ensures in conjunction with an air circulation, that approaching at all points within the Chamber of the same temperature. The humidity must be so small that thawed the models at any stage of the examination.
3.2.2 the construction pattern is in the test chamber at room temperature + 25 ± 10 ° C corresponding to its normal use on board rebuilt.
3.2.3 is the temperature at a rate of not more than 45 ° C / h to - 25 ± 3 ° C lower.
3.2.4 that chamber temperature for that to reach the temperature balance of the sample time required plus at least two hours on - 25 ± 3 ° C maintained.
3.2.5 that chamber temperature at a speed of not more than 45 ° C / h to 0 ± 2 ° C increase.
For all models according to § 3.01 number 10 5(a) applies: 3.2.6 during the last hour of the time in phase 4 in the case of the climate class X is the sample according to the instructions of the manufacturer switched on and operated with the voltage with a tolerance of ± 3%. Of heat sources existing in the construction pattern must be taken while in operation. After the time necessary to achieve the normal functioning of the functions checked and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded.
3.2.7 the Chamber temperature is increased at a speed of not more than 45 ° C / h at room temperature.
The Chamber opens 3.2.8 after temperature Equilibration of the sample.
3.2.9's be re-examined the functions of the sample and for use on board essential function data measured and recorded.
3.3. required result the functions of the sample must be duly fulfilled in the periods of 7, 8 and 9. No damage may occur. Ermit calculated in stages 7 and 9 function data must be within tolerance limits that are set in this examination and admission criteria for the sample.
4. heat test 4.1. meaning and application this test captures the effect of heat in operation during transport and storage according to § 3.01 number 8 letter a and number 10 letter a. The following specification is based on IEC Publication 68, part 2-2 in conjunction with § 3.01 number 10 letter a. supplementary information can be found if necessary of IEC publication.
 
Control border environmental assessment climate classes X and S + 55 ° C + 70 ° C tolerance + 2 ° C is the border environmental assessment carried out usually. Are the function data for normal ambient conditions-applicable tolerances held up, the rule environmental assessment can be omitted.
4.2 design 4.2.1 which will test performed in a test Chamber, whose nature, where appropriate ensures in conjunction with an air circulation that approximated at all points within the Chamber of the same temperature. However, the sample may not noticeably are cooled by the air movement. It expose any thermal radiation by means of heat generation for the Chamber. The humidity must be so small that thawed the models at any stage of the examination.
4.2.2 is the sample in the test chamber at an ambient temperature of + 25 ± 10 ° C corresponding to its normal use on board rebuilt. The sample is turned on according to the instructions of the manufacturer and operated with the voltage with a tolerance of ± 3%. After the time necessary to achieve the normal functioning of the functions checked and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded.
4.2.3 is the air temperature in the Chamber with a speed of not more than 45 ° C / h to the test temperature increases number 10 letter a according to § 3.01.
4.2.4 the air temperature is maintained for the time plus two hours on the value of the test temperature to achieve the temperature balance of the sample. During the last two hours, re-examined the functions and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded.
4.2.5 the air temperature is reduced in no less than an hour on the room temperature. Then, the Chamber is opened. After temperature Equilibration of the sample, once again tested the functions and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded.
4.3. desired outcome
The functions of the sample must be fulfilled properly in all phases of testing. It may occur no harm. Function data obtained in the phases 2, 4 and 5 must be in the case of a rule environmental assessment within tolerance limits that are set in this examination and approval conditions.
5. vibration test 5.1. significance and application 5.1.1 this check collects the functional and structural effects of vibration according to § 3.01 number 10 letter e. structural effects concern the behavior of mechanical components, in particular resonance vibrations and fatigue without having to direct effects on the function and changes of function data must be connected.
5.1.2 extend functional effects directly on the operation and the data in the function of construction patterns. You can be connected with structural effects. The following specification is based on IEC Publication 68 part 2-6 in conjunction with § 3.01 number 10 letter e. Different values are with * marked. Additional information can be found at requirements of IEC Publication 68 part 2-6.
5.1.3 Prüfbeanspruchungen: to check is with sinusoidal vibrations in the following frequency bands with the given amplitude: control border environmental assessment vibration class V: frequency range way amplitude frequencies acceleration amplitude 2 to 10 Hz ± 1.6 mm 10 to 100 Hz ± 7 m / s2 2 to 13,2 Hz * ± 1.6 mm 13,2 to 100 Hz * ± 11 m / s2 5.1.4 is the border environmental assessment carried out usually. Are the function data for normal ambient conditions-applicable tolerances held up, the rule environmental assessment can be omitted.
5.1.5 models, which are designed for use with vibration dampers are tested with these together. If in exceptional cases the examination with the vibration dampers provided for under normal operating conditions is not possible, the devices without vibration dampers with a stress the transmission behavior of vibration dampers based on modified are to consider.
5.1.6 a test without shock absorbers is permitted also to determine characteristic frequencies.
5.1.7 the vibration test is run in three consecutive vertical main directions. For samples, which can show bias to the mainstream due to their nature special effects due to vibration, is in addition to check in the directions of special sensitivity.
5.2 5.2.1 5.2.1.1 testing device that will test by using a vibration device vibrating table executed, called, which allows to stimulate the construction pattern with mechanical vibrations, which meet the following conditions: a) the movement of the base must be sinusoidal and so lost, that move the fixing points of the sample on the agitation table essentially in phase and on parallel lines.
(b) the greatest swing amplitude of lateral movement of any mounting point may not exceed 25% of the specified amplitude of the ground motion.
(c) the noise content, expressed by (not representable formula) where a1 the RMS value of the specified acceleration at the exciting frequency, atot the RMS value of the total acceleration, including a1, measured in the frequency range up to 5000 Hz, is, shall not exceed 25% at the mounting point is chosen as a reference point for the measurement of acceleration.
d) the vibrating amplitude allowed by their respective nominal value to no more than aa) ± 15% at the mounting point as a reference point and bb) vary ± 25% at any other mounting point.
5.2.1.2 to determine characteristic frequencies the oscillation amplitude between zero and the respective value set in sufficiently small steps must be possible.
The oscillation frequency can by their respective nominal value to no more than a) ± 0,05 Hz for frequencies up to 0,25 Hz, b) ± 20% at frequencies from 0,25 Hz to 5 Hz, c) ± 1 Hz at frequencies of 5 Hz to 50 Hz, d) differ ± 2% at frequencies of 50 Hz.
5.2.1.3 characteristic frequencies in comparison to same vibration frequencies at the beginning and at the end of the vibration test with a deviation of not more than a) ± 0,05 Hz for frequencies up to 0,5 Hz, b) ± 10% ± 0,5 Hz for frequencies up to 5 Hz, c) ± 0,5 Hz for frequencies of 5 Hz to 100 Hz, d) ± 0.5% at frequencies above 100 Hz can be adjusted.
5.2.1.4 to the frequency sweep must be mutable the vibration frequency between the upper and lower limit of the frequency range specified in paragraph 5.1 as test stress continuously exponentially in both directions with the time, where the speed is 1 octave/minute ± 10%.
5.2.1.5 to determine characteristic frequencies the speed of the oscillation frequency can be slowed down any.
5.2.1.6 magnetic field strength caused by the vibration device in the vicinity of the sample should not exceed 20 kA/m. The audit authority may require lower permissible values for certain models.
5.2.2 initial examination, Setup and commissioning 5.2.2.1 the construction pattern visually on perfect quality examines, in particular, as far as recognizable, to properly design appropriate Assembly of all components and assemblies.
5.2.2.2 the sample is built on the vibrating table with the type of mounting intended for installation on board. Models, whose function and behavior under the influence of vibration from its location to the gravitational direction be determined, must be examined in the normal operating position. Use brackets, for the material and devices may not significantly alter the vibration amplitude and form of the movement of the sample within the frequency range of the test.
5.2.2.3 the construction pattern is turned on according to the instructions of the manufacturer and operated with the voltage with a tolerance of ± 3%.
5.2.2.4 the period necessary to achieve the normal functioning of are the functions checked and function data essential for use aboard measured and recorded.
5.2.3 preliminary investigation of vibration behavior 5.2.3.1 this test phase is performed for all samples. For samples, which can work in different operating modes with different impact of vibrations is to check several or all modes of operation.
5.2.3.2 with the vibration table a frequency cycle is performed in such a way, passes through the frequency range specified in paragraph 5.1 as test stress with the corresponding amplitudes from the lower to the upper frequency limit and back again at a rate of one octave per minute. While the sample is carefully on malfunctions and change its functional data and mechanical phenomena such as resonance through appropriate measuring devices and Visual observation, if necessary using a stroboscope, and clatter, observed that emerge at certain frequencies. Such frequencies are called "characteristic".
5.2.3.3 if it is necessary to determine characteristic frequencies and vibration effects, can be the frequency change slowed, stopped or reversed and reduced the amplitude of the oscillation. Function data changes in gradually building up the reaching of the final value when pinned oscillation frequency to wait, however not longer than for five minutes.
5.2.3.4 during the frequency will be at least the frequency and function data essential for use on board recorded and all characteristic frequencies logs with their effects for subsequent comparison during phase 7.
5.2.3.5 If the mechanical oscillation behavior of the sample can be determined not sufficient during his operation, is in addition conduct an investigation of the vibration behaviour off construction pattern.
5.2.3.6 If during the frequency function data is considerably exceeding permissible tolerances, impermissibly interferes with the function or structural resonance vibrations occur, which expect a destruction leave during further vibration testing, the test can be aborted.
5.2.4 testing the switching function 5.2.4.1 this test phase is making for all samples, where the vibration stress of switching functions can affect such as relay.
The sample is subjected to within the frequency range specified in paragraph 5.1 as test stress gradually changed frequency vibrations according to the E-12 series (1) with the corresponding amplitudes 5.2.4.2. All possibly vibration-sensitive switching functions, be carried out in each frequency level, where appropriate, at least twice including in and power off.
5.2.4.3 on/off functions can be checked also at frequencies between the values of the E-12 series.
5.2.5 5.2.5.1 which is testing phase perform continuous endurance test for all samples. The first part of this phase - in operation construction pattern - is several times in several or all operating modes, making for samples, which can work in several operating modes with different effects of vibration.
5.2.5.2 under phase 2 in operation construction pattern is subjected to five frequency cycles, where each the frequency range with the corresponding amplitudes from the lower to the upper frequency limit and back at a rate of one octave per minute once specified as test stress in paragraph 5.1 will go through.
5.2.5.3 after the fifth cycle can be checked with the vibration table the function and measured the main function data for use on board and detained.
5.2.6
Fixed frequency endurance test 5.2.6.1 this test phase is making, if the investigation of vibration behavior mechanical resonances are detected in phase 3 in the through frequency range at frequencies above 5 Hz should be authorised according to the instructions of the manufacturer or authorised representative for continuous operation on board, but the stability of the affected components not sure as can be seen. It concerns in particular devices with vibration dampers, whose resonance frequency lies within the frequency range specified in paragraph 5.1 as test stress and higher than 5 Hz.
5.2.6.2 is located after phase 2 in operation construction pattern at each resonance frequency towards those corresponding to the practical use swing, the result is for the affected components the highest stress, two hours vibrations of the border environmental assessment and the corresponding frequency in paragraph 5.1 specified amplitude set out. If necessary, the exciting frequency is so according to rules, that the resonance vibrations remain constantly stimulated with at least 70% of their maximum amplitude or frequency constantly continuously between 2% below and a value of 2% above the first observed resonance frequency at a rate of at least 0.1 octave per minute and at most 1 octave/minute changes will be. During the vibration stress, the functions of the sample are monitored so far to detect malfunctions by removing or moving mechanical parts and interruption or short-circuit of electrical connections.
5.2.6.3 models, where the implementation of this phase of the review in the off State is appropriate, can be checked in the off State, provided that this not the mechanical stress of affected components contrary practice is reduced.
5.2.7 final investigation of vibration behavior 5.2.7.1 is this test phase carried out as needed.
5.2.7.2 which investigation of vibration behaviour after phase 3 is with there applied frequencies and amplitudes. The characteristic frequencies found and effects of vibration stress are compared with the results in phase 3, occurred to determine all during the vibration test changes.
5.2.8 final examination 5.2.8.1 after the shut-down of the vibrating table and trace who needed time to become set of the function condition without vibration stress the functions checked and measured the main function data for use on board and detained.
5.2.8.2 concluded the sample is inspected visually on perfect quality.
The construction pattern, its subassemblies and components should exhibit no mechanical resonance vibrations within the frequency ranges specified as test stress in paragraph 5.1 5.3. desired outcome 5.3.1. Unless such resonance vibrations are unavoidable, must be ensured through constructive measures that kei - a damage to the construction pattern, its subassemblies and components occur.
5.3.2 during and after the vibration test shall occur no discernable impact of vibration stress, in particular compliance with the characteristic frequencies observed in phase 7 of the values determined in phase 3, which can expect damage or impairment of the function continuous vibration exposure for longer.
5.3.3 that measured 3 to 8 in the phase function data must be in the case of a rule environmental assessment within tolerance limits that are set in this examination and approval conditions.
5.3.4 in the examination of the switching functions in phase 4 may occur no errors and incorrect switching.
6 short test of weather resistance 6.1. purpose and application 6.1.1 is the accelerated test of weather resistance (simulation of weathering due to filtered xenon-arc radiation and irrigation) the signal lights according to IEC Publication 68, parts 2-3, 2-5 and 2-9 carried with the following additions: 6.1.2 the accelerated test of weather resistance for this publication is used to imitate the natural weathering in a tester by defined and reproducible conditions, accelerated to bring the property changes caused to plastic products.
6.1.3 the short test is performed in a test instrument with filtered xenon-arc radiation and periodic artificial irrigation. After weathering, measured by the product of irradiance and irradiation period, properties of the models be compared not weathering construction pattern of same origin. First and foremost, such properties should be used, which are crucial for the practical use of crack elongation, such as colour, surface finish, toughness, tensile strength.
6.1.4 for comparing the results with those of the outdoor weathering, it is assumed that property changes are caused mainly by the global radiation and the simultaneous action of oxygen, water and heat to the material for outdoor weathering.
6.1.5 at the short test is emphasis therefore, in particular, that the radiation in the test set of global radiation (see IEC publication) is largely adapted to. The filtered xenon-arc radiation, used has a radiation function that simulates the global radiation.
6.1.6 after the experience so far is a rank correlation of weather in the accelerated test results of outdoor exposure in compliance with the specified test conditions. The short test has the advantage of reproducibility over outdoor weathering due to the independence of location, climate, and season as well as due to the independence day-night change of season which reduced the advantage of test time.
6.2. number of engineering sample for the test of weather resistance is, if nothing else is agreed, a sufficient number of samples used. A sufficient number not weathering construction pattern is required for comparison.
6.3. preparation of the construction the construction pattern be checked on delivery, unless otherwise agreed. Serving as the comparison samples be kept in the dark at room temperature during the test period.
6.4. test the tester consists of a ventilated test chamber in the Centre of the radiation source is located. Optical filters are arranged around the source of radiation. In a required to achieve irradiance prescribed in paragraph 6.4.1 distance from the radiation source-filter system rotate the brackets for the construction patterns around the longitudinal axis of the system. Irradiance must not differ on any surface element of whole surfaces of samples taken by more than ± 10% from the arithmetic mean of the irradiances of individual surface elements.
6.4.1 radiation source 6.4.1.1 as radiation source a xenon arc lamp is used. The radiation flux is to be selected so that the irradiance at the surface of the sample 1000 200 w m-2 in a wavelength range of 300 to 830 nm is ± (see point 6.9 radiation gauge).
The ozone containing air in the test chamber must enter 6.4.1.2 if air-cooled xenon arc lamps; She must be removed separately.
6.4.1.3 experience show that the radiation flux of the xenon arc lamp decreases after about 1500 hours of operation on 80% of the initial value; After this time, also, the percentage of ultraviolet radiation over the remaining shares of radiation has diminished noticeably. The xenon arc-lamp must therefore be replaced after this time (see also information the manufacturer of xenon arc lamps).
6.4.2 optical filters 6.4.2.1 between the radiation source and the mounts for the models must be arranged on optical filter, so that the radiation function of the filtered XE-nonbogen radiation of those of global radiation (see IEC Publication 68 parts 2 to 9) is most similar to.
6.4.2.2 all filter glass must be cleaned regularly to avoid an unwanted reduction in irradiance. The filter must be replaced when the similarity of filtered xenon-arc radiation of global radiation is no longer respected.
6.4.2.3 on suitable optical filters are to comply with the instructions of the detector manufacturer. The manufacturer must ensure on delivery of test apparatus to meet the requirements referred to in point 6.4.
6.5. sprinkling and air humidifying device 6.5.1 is a construction pattern humidification to provide, which is comparable in their effect with the irrigation and condensation in the open air. The device for the irrigation of the building patterns must be designed that will during the irrigation of that entire under surface of construction patterns be wet with water. It is controlled by a program derailleur so that the sprinkling-dry cycle is observed after number 6.10.3. To maintain the relative humidity after number 6.10.3, the air in the test Chamber on appropriate means must be moistened. The sprinkling and air humidifying is distilled or fully desalinated (conductivity < 5 µS/cm) to use water.
6.5.2 the reservoir, the pipes and the nozzles for distilled or fully desalinated water must be made of corrosion-resistant material. The relative humidity of the air in the test Chamber is measured using a hygrometer protected against sprinkling and direct radiation and regulated with the help.
6.5.3
When fully desalinated water or water of deposits or the smoothness on the surfaces of the building patterns by suspended solids risk, as is known from the patent review.
To keep 6.6. device for ventilation to the temperature of the black panel for number 6.10.2, circulating clean, filtered, humidified and, if necessary, refrigerated air through the test Chamber about the construction pattern. Air flow and air velocity must be selected so that a uniform temperature control of all elements of the construction pattern supports of the system is ensured.
For models it can be used any stainless steel bracket 6.7 mounts, which allows you to fasten the construction of pattern under the conditions referred to under 6.10.1.
6.8. black panel thermometer 6.8.1 to measure the temperature of the black panel during the dry season in the level of construction pattern is used a black panel thermometer. This thermometer consists of a thermally isolated attached to its holder plate made of stainless steel with the bulk of the construction pattern bracket and a thickness of 0.9 ± 0.1 mm. Both surfaces of the plate are coated with shiny black varnish with good weather resistance, which nm has a reflectance of 5% above a wavelength of 780. The plate temperature is measured by a bimetallic thermometer, the temperature sensor is located in the center of the plate with good thermal contact.
6.8.2 it is not recommended to leave the black panel thermometer during the whole test period after number 6.10 in the tester. Just every 250 hours for a period of 30 minutes in the tester to use the thermometer for example and then read the temperature of the black panel during the dry season.
6.9. irradiation measuring 6.9.1 irradiation (unit: w s m-2) is the product of irradiance (unit: w m-2) and the duration of the process of irradiation (unit: s). irradiation on the surfaces of the building patterns in the test set is measured with an appropriate irradiation measuring instrument that is tuned to the radiation function of the spotlight filter system. The exposure meter is to be interpreted or to calibrate that the infrared radiation above 830 nm is not rated.
6.9.2 the suitability of a radiation meter much depends whether its radiation receiver has good weather and aging resistance, and whether its spectral sensitivity in the range of the radiation function of the solar radiation is sufficient.
6.9.3 a radiation meter can consist of the following parts, such as: a) a Silicon photocell as radiation receiver, b) a photo element superior optical filters and c) an electricity meter (Coulometer), the product (unit: s = C A.) from which the irradiance photo current proportional of the photo element (unit: A) and duration of irradiation (unit: s) measures.
6.9.4 is the display of the radiation meter to calibrate. This calibration should be checked after a year operating period and, if necessary, corrected.
6.9.5 is the irradiance at the surface of the sample by the distance from the radiation source-dependent. Therefore, the surfaces of the sample should have the same distance from the radiation source as possible as the recipient area of the radiation meter. This is not possible, then read on the gauge of the irradiation irradiation by a correction factor is to multiply.
6.10 implementation 6.10.1 the construction patterns are so in the brackets attached, that water can not collect at the back of the building patterns. The mounting should claim as little mechanical construction patterns. To achieve a uniform irradiation and sprinkling of construction patterns, the construction patterns rotate during the test with 1 to 5 rounds per minute to the radiation source-filter system and the irrigation system. Under normal circumstances is only one side of the sample be senses. Depending on the settings in the IEC publications or by appointment, also front and back of the same type can be senses are. Each side equal to large irradiation and sprinkling should be exposed. The weathering of the front and back of the same sample in equally large irradiation and sprinkling can be achieved through periodic turning of the sample. Devices this is achieved with spiral lift automatically, using a bracket in the form of an open framework.
6.10.2 the temperature of the black panel at the place of construction patterns during the dry period is set according to the IEC publications for the product in question and regulated. Unless otherwise agreed, is a medium-sized black panel temperature of + 45 ° C to comply. Average temperature of the black panel is the arithmetic mean of the black panel temperature reached at the end of the drought. This ± 5 ° C, in the dry season the local deviation in Schiedsfällen ± 3 ° C exceed. To maintain the required temperature of the black panel and, where appropriate, similar to irradiate the front and back of the building patterns (see paragraph 6.10.1), the models can be used automatically after every round 180 degrees (barrel of turn of the). In this case, also the black panel thermometer and the radiation meter during the turn are to be included.
6.10.3 the models mounted in the mounting brackets and the recipient area of the radiation meter referred to in point 6.9 are irradiated and watered at the same time according to the following constant repetitive cycle: a) irrigation: 3 minutes b) drought: 17 minutes the relative humidity of the air must be in the dry period of 60 to 80%.
6.11 duration of the test and test procedure the test according to IEC Publication 68 part 2-9 test method B. The test duration is 720 hours in application of the irrigation cycle number 6.10.3. It is recommended that you perform the test of weather resistance of the same type (in destructive testing of the property change to be examined, such as for example the weather resistance) or several samples (in destructive testing, such as for example the toughness) in consistent levels of irradiation. Thus, the history of a property change of a plastic product can be determined during the duration of the exposure.
6.12. evaluation the models must on completion of the exposure at least 24 hours in the dark at a temperature of + 23 ° C, a dew point temperature by + 12 ° C, a relative humidity of 50%, an air velocity = 1 m/s and a barometric pressure of 860 hPa to 1060 hPa stored. (The allowable deviation of air temperature must be ± 2 ° C, the permissible deviation of the relative air humidity must be ± 6%). These models as well as the serving to compare models according to paragraphs 6.2 and 6.3 are numbers 1 and 2 with respect to the properties that are set according to the requirements according to § 2.01 and § 3.01 number 12.
7. check on salt water and weather-resistance (salt spray test) 7.1 meaning and application this test captures the effect of salt water and saline atmosphere during operation as well as during transport and storage according to § 3.01. She can be confined on the sample or samples of the materials used. The following specifications are based on IEC Publication 68 part 2 - 52. additional information can be found if necessary of the publication.
7.2 version 7.2.1 is testing equipment the test in a test chamber with an atomisation and executed a salt solution, must meet the following conditions: a) the materials of the test chamber and the atomisation should not influence the corrosive action of the salt mist.
(b) within the test Chamber, a uniformly finely distributed, moist, dense fog must be created, whose Verteilung not affected by turbulence and the proposed construction pattern. The spray can meet directly on the sample. Drops formed on parts of the Chamber not can fall on the sample.
(c) the test chamber must be adequately ventilated and the ventilation outlet must be protected against sudden changes in the air circulation to prevent a strong flow of air in the Chamber.
(d) the salt solution used must be from 5 ± 1 mass proportions pure sodium chloride - not more than 0,1% of sodium iodide and not more than 0.3% of total impurities in the dry state - with 95 ± 1 mass proportions are distilled or fully desalinated water. Its pH must be at + 20 ± 2 ° C there are between 6.5 and 7.2 and maintained during the stress within these limits. Sprayed solution must not be used again.
(s) compressed air used to the spraying must be free of contaminants such as oil and dust and have a humidity of at least 85% in order to avoid clogging of the nozzle.
(f) the salt mist sprayed into the Chamber must have such a density that is per hour 1.0 to 2.0 ml of solution reflected in a clean bucket with a horizontal collecting area of 80 cm 2, which is set up at any point in the utility room, averaged over the collection period. At least two collection containers in the utility room are to prepare, so that they are not covered by the pattern of construction and that no condensation can drip into monitoring the density. To calibrate the sprayed solution set, a spraying period, at least eight hours should be observed. Storing humidity between phases of spraying is made in a climate Chamber, in an air temperature of + 40 ± 2 ° C at a relative humidity of 93 ± 3% can be kept.
7.2.2
Initial examination 7.2.2.1 the sample is inspected visually on perfect quality, especially on correct installation and proper closure of openings. Clean surfaces soiled with grease, oil or dirt. All control organs and moving functional parts are operated and monitored for movement. All closures, covers and adjusting parts intended for the solution or adjustment in the operating or maintenance, be investigated on solubility and adjustability and properly set.
7.2.2.2 the construction pattern is turned on according to the instructions of the manufacturer and operated with the voltage with a tolerance of ± 3%.
7.2.2.3 after the time necessary to achieve the normal functioning of the functions checked and measured the essential and important for the assessment of the effect of salt fog atmosphere function data for use on board, and recorded. Then, the sample for the spray load is switched off.
7.2.3 spraying phase the sample is introduced into the salt mist chamber and for more than two hours at a temperature of + 15 ° C to + 35 ° C subject to the sprayed salt fog.
7.2.4 humidity storage building pattern in the climate Chamber spent, with minimal salt solution of the construction pattern may drain. It is in the climatic chamber for seven days at an air temperature of + 40 ± 2 ° C and a relative humidity of 93 ± 3% stored. While no other building patterns and any other metal parts may touch it. Several models are arranged so that a mutual influence is excluded.
7.2.5 repetition of the duty cycle the duty cycle, consisting of the investigation phase 3 and 4, is three times running.
7.2.6 aftertreatment 7.2.6.1 after the end of the fourth cycle of stress is the construction pattern of climatic chamber taken out, washed off immediately for five minutes with running tap water and rinsed with distilled or de-ionized water after. Drops of adhesive are removed in the air flow or by shaking off.
7.2.6.2 is the sample for at least three hours at least but as long as are all visible moisture has evaporated, exposed to the normal room climate, before it is subjected to the final examination. The sample is after rinsing an hour at + 55 ± 2 ° C dry.
7.2.7 7.2.7.1 final examination the sample is visually examined on its outer texture. The type and extent of the changes compared to the initial state are recorded in the inspection report, if necessary, evidenced by photographs.
7.2.7.2 construction pattern is turned on according to the instructions of the manufacturer and operated with the voltage with a tolerance of ± 3%.
7.2.7.3 after the time necessary to achieve the normal functioning of the functions tested and measured the essential and important for the assessment of the effect of salt fog atmosphere function data for use on board, and recorded.
7.2.7.4 all control organs and moving functional parts are operated and monitored for movement. All closures, covers and adjusting parts intended for the solution or adjustment in the operating or maintenance, be investigated on solubility and adjustability.
7.3. requested result the sample may exhibit no change, the a) impair the use and function, b) the loosening of caps and lids and adjusting reverse actuators, insofar as it is necessary in the operating or maintenance, significantly hamper, c) impair the tightness of packages, d) with prolonged effect can be expected malfunctions.
The function data determined in stages 3 and 7 must be within tolerance limits that are set in this examination and approval conditions.
(1) basic values of IEC series E 12: 1.0; 1.2; 1.5; 1.8; 2.2; 2.7; 3.3; 3.9; 4.7; 5.6; 6.8; 8,2. part III provisions on the minimum requirements and test conditions for radar navigation equipment in the inland waterway transport table of contents chapter 1 General article 1.01 scope 1.02 task of radar system 1.03 1.04 type examination request for examination 1.05 construction approval 1.06 marking of the equipment, registration number 1.07 manufacturer's Declaration of 1.08 change to approved facilities Chapter 2 General minimum requirements for radar equipment 2.01 construction, design 2.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 2.03 operation 2.04 operating instructions 2.05 installation and function test Chapter 3 minimum operational requirements for radar equipment 3.01 access to the radar facility
3.02 image resolution 3.03 removal areas of 3.04 variable range marker 3.05 lubber line 3.06 asymmetric display 3.07 bearing scale 3.08 sighting devices 3.09 facilities for suppressing unwanted echoes of rough seas and rain 3.10 suppression of interference from other radar equipment 3.11 compatibility with radar beacons 3.12 gain setting 3.13 frequency tuning 3.14 nautical guides and information on on-screen 3.15 system sensitivity 3.16 target trail 3.17 slave indicators Chapter 4 minimum technical requirements on radar equipment 41.01 operation 4.02 Imaging 4.03 properties of the radar picture 4.04 appearance color 4.05 picture renewal rate and storage 4.06 linearity of display 4.07
Accuracy of distance and azimuth measurements 4.08 antenna characteristics and transmission spectrum Chapter 5 test conditions and test methods for radar equipment 5.01 safety, load capacity and interference emission 5.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 5.03 test procedure 5.04 antenna measurements plants Appendix 1 Azimuthal resolution in the areas until including 1200 m Appendix 2 point to determine of the resolution of radar equipment chapter scope these rules 1 General article 1.01 set the technical and operational minimum requirements for navigational radar equipment of inland navigation as well as the conditions , under which verifies compliance with the minimum requirements. Inland ECDIS equipment which can be operated in navigation mode, are navigational radar equipment within the meaning of those provisions.

§ 1.02 task of the radar system of the radar system must be give a usable for the conduct of the vessel about his position in the buoying, the contours of the shore and the main navigation structures as well as safely and in time recognize other vessels and jutting out over the water surface obstacles in the fairway.

§ 1.03 prototype testing radar systems are to be installed on board vessels only approved, if a type examination was to demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements set out in these regulations.

Article 1.04 application for type examination 1.
The application for type examination of a radar system is to provide a competent inspection authority of a Member State. The competent inspection authorities are to announce the Committee.
2. with the application the following documents are to be submitted: a) two detailed technical descriptions, b) two complete sets of the circuit and service documents, c) two detailed technical manuals) and (d) two quick reference guide.
3. the applicant itself is required to check or check to be that the minimum standards established in these regulations have been met. The final report of the test and the measurement reports of the horizontal and vertical radiation diagram of antenna are attach to the application. These documents and the data obtained in the examination are stored at the audit authority.
4. during the examination is meant by "Applicant": A natural or legal person under whose name, trade mark or other distinctive label made the facility pending the examination or commercially distributed.

§ 1.05 construction approval 1.
After a successful examination, the audit authority shall issue a certificate. For failure to comply with the minimum requirements the applicant be notified in writing the reasons for rejection. Authorisation is granted by the competent authority. The competent authority shall notify the Committee of the devices it certifies.
2. any inspection authority is entitled at any time to remove an attachment from the series for control testing. The construction approval may be withdrawn if defects arise during this test. The authority which has granted the building approval is responsible for withdrawing.
3. the construction type certification has a validity period of 10 years and may be extended on request.

§ 1.06 marking of the equipment, registration number 1.
Each unit of the plant are in permanent way with the name of the manufacturer, the name of the facility, to provide the type of the device and the serial number.
2. the approval number issued by the competent authority is to attach permanently to the vision of the system so that it is clearly visible even after the installation. Composition of the approval number: e NN NNN characters have the following meanings: e = EU N = flag of the country of approval: = 1 for Germany 19 = Romania 2 = France 20 = Poland 3 = Italy 21 = for Portugal = 4 for the Netherlands 23 = Greece 5 = Sweden 24 = Ireland 6 = Belgium 26 = for Slovenia 7 = Hungary 27 = for the Slovakia 8 = for the Czech Republic 29 = for Estonia 9 = Spain 32 = Latvia 11 = the United Kingdom = Kingdom of 34 for Bulgaria 12 Austria = 36 =.
for Lithuania 13 Luxembourg = 49 = Cyprus 17 = for Finland 50 = for Malta 18 = for Denmark NNN = three-digit number, which is the competent authority.
3. the approval number must be used only in connection with the corresponding approval. For making and applying the registration number, the applicant has to make.
4. the competent authority shall promptly the Committee granted approval number.

§ 1.07 each system manufacturer's declaration must be provided an explanation of the manufacturer, in the assured is that the system complies with the existing minimum requirements and no restrictions is identical to the models featured in the examination.

Changes to approved facilities will void the admission § 1.08 modifications to approved equipment 1. If changes are intended, the audit authority are communicated in writing.
2. the audit authority decides whether the approval persists or whether an investigation or a further examination is necessary. In the case of a new authorisation is granted a new registration number.
Chapter 2 General minimum requirements on radar equipment article 2.01 construction, design 1 radar equipment must for operation on board ships used in inland navigation, be suitable.
2. Design and construction of the facilities must comply with the State of the art in terms of mechanical and electrical.
3. in annex II, or in these rules not particularly in the prescribed, apply to the requirements for the power supply, safety, mutual interference of shipborne equipment, compass safe distance, resistance to climatic influences, mechanical load capacity, the environmental load, noise emission and the device labelling, "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment General Requirements" specified requirements and measuring methods. In addition, the requirements of the ITU apply radio regulations. All requirements of these provisions must be met at ambient temperatures of the vision device from 0 ° C to 40 ° C.

Section 2.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 1.
Radiated radio interference field strength, not exceed 500 µV/m in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2000 MHz. In the frequency ranges of 156-165 MHz, 450-470 MHz and 1.53 1,544 GHz the field strength does not exceed the value of 15 µV/m. These field strengths shall apply for a distance of 3 metres from the examined unit.
2. the equipment must meet the minimum requirements up to 15 V / m at electromagnetic field strengths in the vicinity of the tested equipment in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2000 MHz.

§ 2.03 operation 1.
It should be no longer control organs than are required for proper operation. Their execution, designation and control must provide a simple, unambiguous and fast operation. They are so arranged that operating errors be avoided if possible. Control organs, which are not necessary for normal operation, shall be immediately accessible.
2. all control organs and viewing must be symbols designated or labeled in English. Symbols must in the IMO recommendation No. A. 278 (VIII) "symbols for controls on marine navigational radar equipment" or the match in IEC Publication No. 417-related provisions; Numbers and letters must be at least 4 mm high. If for technical reasons a font size of 4 mm for certain terms verifiably not possible and from operational point of view a smaller font is acceptable, a reduction to 3 mm is allowed.
3. the system must be running so that error during operation does not lead to the failure of the system.
4. functions that go beyond the minimum requirements and connections for external devices must be designed that the facility under all conditions met the minimum requirements.

Article 2.04 operating instructions 1.
A detailed user manual must be supplied to each plant. It must be available in English, German, French and Dutch language and contain at least the following information: a) start-up and operation;
b) care and maintenance;
(c) General safety rules (health hazards, such as influencing of pacemakers, etc. by electromagnetic radiation);
(d) instructions for technically flawless installation.
2. for each facility, a quick reference guide in durable design is to deliver. These must be available in German, English, French and Dutch language.

§ 2.05 installation and function check for the installation, exchanging and verifying is part V. Chapter 3 minimum operational requirements for radar equipment article 3.01 access to the radar unit 1.
The radar system must be operational within four minutes after switching on. After this, the interruption or the intervention of the release must be without delay.
2. the operation of the radar system and the observation of the screen must be possible by one person at the same time. If the control panel as a remote unit is present, all control organs must be it, immediately used on radar. Wireless remote controls are not allowed.
3. it must be possible to evaluate the screen even in high ambient light. Required visual aid devices must be suitable and attach simple manner on the system, and can be removed from the system. See auxiliary devices must be used by eyeglasses straps.

§ 3.02 resolution 1 Azimuthal resolution is the Azimuthal resolution scopes - and distance-dependent. The required distance-dependent minimum resolution for the lower ranges up to 1200 m is shown in Appendix 1. Minimum resolution is the Azimuthal distance between standard reflectors (see § 5.03 number 2) to understand where these are shown clearly separated.
2. minimum distance and radial resolution at all distances between 15 and 1200 m in the areas of up to 1200 m must be represented clearly separated to standard reflectors, which are on the same bearing in a distance of 15 m to each other.
3. the operational functions, which can cause a deterioration of resolution, may be not switchable in distance areas below 2000 m.

§ 3.03 removal areas 1.
The system must be equipped with the following sequentially-switchable range areas and ring intervals: area 1 500 metres every 100 m a ring, range 2 800 m all 200 m a ring, range 3 1200 m all 200 m a ring, range 4 1600 m all 400 m a ring, sector 5 2000 m all 400 m a ring.
2. other sequential switchable distance areas are allowed.
3. the set range, the distance of the range circles to each other and the distance of the variable marker shall be indicated in metres or kilometres.
4. the width of the range circles and the variable marker must be not more than 2 mm at normal brightness.
5. portion images and cutting enlargements are not allowed.

Article 3.04 variable range marker 1.
It must be a variable range marker.
2. within about eight seconds the measuring ring on each possible distance can adjust.
3. the distance set by the variable measuring ring must not change even after switching to other distance ranges.
4. the distance indicator must be three - or four-digit numeric. The reading accuracy must be including the 2000 m range 10 m. The radius of the measuring ring must match the numeric display.

§ 3.05 lubber line 1.
A lubber line must be from the position in the radar image, which corresponds to the antenna position, up to the very edge of the radar image.
2. the lubber line shall not wider than 0.5 degrees, measured at the outer edge of the radar image.
3. the radar system must be provided with a possibility of adjusting each Azimuthal mounting angle error of the antenna can be corrected with the.
4. after the installation angle error has been corrected, the deviation of the lubber line of the keel must be not greater than 0.5 degrees after switching on the radar system.

§ 3.06 asymmetric screen 1 in favour of an enhanced foresight must centring of the radar picture in all areas according to § 3.03 no. 1 be possible. Centring may cause merely an extension of foresight and must at least up to 0.25 and can be adjusted to a maximum 0.33 of the effective diameter of the image.
2. in areas with enhanced foresight the range circles must be continued, and the variable range marker must be set to the maximum of the represented area and read.
3. a built-in extension of the radar perspective towards the advance referred to in point 1 is allowed if for the centric part of the radar image of the effective diameter number 1 is reached after § 4.03 and the bearing scale is designed so that a fix is possible according to article 3.08. The way of Decentering after number 1 is not required.

Section 3.07 arrow scale 1.
The system must be equipped with a bearing scale arranged at the outer edge of the radar image.
2.
The bearing scale must be divided at least into 72 parts each 5 degrees. The tick marks indicating each 10 degree, must be much longer as the ticks that specify 5 degrees. The angle value 000 of the bearing scale must be arranged in the middle of the upper edge of the radar image.
3. the bearing scale must be estimated dreistellig from 000 to 360 degrees in a clockwise direction. The numbering is in Arabic numerals, all 10 degrees, or every 30 degrees, to install. The number 000 may be replaced by a significant arrow mark.

Section 3.08 arrow device 1 device for the bearing of targets are allowed.
2. If there are plumbing devices, a target can be targeted 1 degree about 5 seconds with a maximum error of ±.
3. an electronic bearing line is used, it must be a) distinguish themselves clearly from the lubber line, b) almost continuously displayed, c) can be rotated over 360 degrees freely left and right, you d) at the outer edge of the radar image to be no wider than 0.5 degrees, e) ranging from the origin to the bearing scale and f) be provided with a three - or four-digit decimal display in degrees.
4. If a mechanical bearing ruler is used, this is a must) freely left and right can be rotated over 360 degrees, b) from the marked origin to c rich to the bearing scale,) be executed without further markings and d) be running so that signals are not unnecessarily covered.

Article 3.09 facilities for suppressing unwanted echoes of rough seas and rain 1.
The radar equipment must have manually adjustable device, can suppress disturbing effects of echoes of rough seas and rain echoes.
2. the waves echo suppression (STC) must be effective up to about 1200 m in the end stop.
3. the radar system can be equipped with automatic devices to suppress of sea - and rain echoes.

§ 3.10 suppression of interference from other radar equipment 1.
There must be a switchable facility, which enables a reduction of interference from other radar equipment.
2. the operation of this facility may not lead that commercial objectives are suppressed.

Article 3.11 compatibility of radar beacons signals from radar beacons in accordance with IMO resolution A. 423 (XI) must be properly represented when switched off rain echo suppression (FTC).

§ 3.12 the variation range which must gain setting allow gain setting, on the one hand to just visualize the noise in the area of sea discharge turbidity abgeklungenen and to make invisible on the other hand strong radar echoes with an equivalent radar cross-section in the order of 10000 m², at any distances.

§ Must be a tuning indicator 3.13 frequency tuning on the indicator. The display must be at least 30 mm long. The indication system shall operate on all distance ranges, even if there are no radar echo. The indication system shall operate as if the gain or the local echo attenuation is pressed. A manual control to correct of the vote must be present.

Article 3.14 nautical guides and information on the screen 1.
In the radar image only course line, sight lines and range circles may appear.
2. outside of the radar image must only nautical information in addition to information about the operating condition of the radar system are represented as: a) rate of turn;
b) ship speed;
(c) rudder position;
(d) water depth;
e) compass course.
3. all screen information outside of the radar image must be represented more or less static, and their renewal rate must meet the operational requirements.
4. the requirements for the presentation and accuracy of nautical information are the same as those for major appliances.

Article 3.15 system sensitivity which needs system sensitivity be dimensioned so that a standard reflector at a distance of 1200 metres at each antenna turn on the radar image is rendered correctly. In a 1-m square reflector at the same distance of the quotient of the number of antenna revolutions with radar echo may be no worse than 0.8 in a given time period and the number of antenna revolutions during the same period based on 100 revolutions (blip-to-scan ratio).

Article 3.16 target trail the target of a recent circulation must target track can be represented as. The target trail must more or less continuously and its brightness to be less than that of the corresponding target; the target trail must have the color of the radar image. The length of target track can accommodate the operational requirements, should last but not longer than two antenna revolutions. The radar picture must not be impaired by the target track.

Article 3.17 slave indicators slave indicators must meet all requirements, provided to navigational radar equipment.
Chapter 4 technical minimum requirements for radar equipment article 4.01 operation 1.
All control organs must be so installed that no corresponding display will be covered during their operation and without limitation radar navigation remains possible.
2. control bodies, that the system be turned off or whose operating can lead to a malfunction must be protected against unintentional actuation.
3. all control organs and displays must be equipped with a glare-free, suitable for all light conditions illumination can be adjusted with an independent adjuster to zero.
4. the following functions must have its own control bodies with direct access: a) stand-by/on;
b) range;
(c) tuning;
d) gain;
e) clutter (STC);
(f) Rainclutter (FTC);
(g) variable range marker (VRM).
h) cursor or electronic bearing line (EBL);
i) ship's heading marker suppression (SHM).
If for the above features knobs are used, their concentric arrangement is not allowed each other.
5. at least the control bodies for gain, sea-echo suppression and rain echo suppression must be adjusted with a knob and in effect approximated rotation angle proportional.
6. the pressing sense of control organs must be so that activities a negative impact on the body size have a positive and actuations RIGHTWARDS or upwards to the left or down.
7. If pushbuttons are used, they must be designed for that they can be found and activated by keys. In addition, they must have a noticeable pressure point.
8 the respective brightnesses of the following display sizes must independently from zero to be adjusted to the operationally necessary value can: a) radar picture;
b) fixed range circles;
(c) variable range circles;
d) bearing scale;
e) bearing line;
f) nautical information according to § 3.14 No. 2 9.
(Assuming that some display sizes small brightness differences and the fixed range circles that variable range circles and the bearing are independently can be switched off, the display sizes can be divided in the following way on four brightness adjuster: a) radar picture and lubber line;
b) fixed range circles;
(c) variable range circles;
d) bearing line and nautical information according to § 3.14 number 2 10.
The brightness of the lubber line must be adjustable and can be not reduced to zero.
11. to switch off the lubber line, a key auto reset must exist.
12 extract turbidity facilities must allow continuous adjustment of zero.

§ 4.02 display 1.
"Radar picture" means the scaled representation of radar echoes of the environment on the screen of the display unit from one antenna revolution with relative motion to the own ship, where the keel of the vessel and the lubber line are firmly associated with each other.
2. under "Vision" is the plant part, containing the screen.
3. under "Screen" refers to the low-reflection display, either only the radar image or the radar picture and additional nautical information are presented on the.
4. the "effective diameter of the radar picture" means the diameter of the largest representable completely circular radar picture within the bearing scale.
5. "Raster scan representation" refers to the quasi-static representation of the radar picture from a whole revolution of the antenna in the manner of a television picture.

§ 4.03 properties of the radar picture 1.
The effective diameter of the radar picture must not be less than 270 mm.
2. the diameter of the outer marker in the distance areas according to § 3.03 must be at least 90% of the effective radar picture diameter.
3. in all areas of distance, the position in the radar image, which corresponds to the position of the antenna, must be visible.

§ 4.04 color of representation of the color of the representation should be chosen according to physiological knowledge. If multiple colors can be displayed on the screen, the radar image is monochrome to represent. Colored ads may cause mixed colours by superimposing in any area of the screen.

§ 4.05 picture renewal rate and storage 1.
The radar picture shown by the sight must be replaced at the latest after 2.5 seconds by the current radar image.
2.
Each echo on the screen must be stored for at least the duration of one antenna revolution, but not longer than two antenna revolutions. The appearance of the radar image can be done in two ways: either through a permanent representation or a periodic refresh. The periodic refresh must be done at a frequency of at least 50 Hz.
3. the difference in brightness between the writing of an echo and its afterglow during the period of one revolution of the antenna should be as low as possible.

§ 4.06 linearity of display 1.
The linearity error of the radar picture must not exceed 5%.
2. in all areas up to 2000 m a fixed straight shore line at a distance of 30 m from the radar antenna without observable distortions must be represented as a straight continuous echo structure.

§ 4.07 accuracy of distance and azimuth measurements 1.
The determination of the distance of a target with the variable or fixed Entfernungsmessringen shall be 1.5% 10 m or ± with an accuracy of ±, where each of the larger value applies.
2. the value of the angle under which an object is targeted, may differ from the real value not more than 1 degree.

Article 4.08 antenna characteristics and transmission range 1.
The transmission of the antenna and the antenna must allow efficient operation at wind speeds up to 100 km per hour.
2. on the antenna unit, a safety switch must be attached with the transmitter and the Rotary actuator can be switched off.
3. measure the horizontal radiation pattern of the antenna, in a sense, must meet the following requirements: a)-3 dB beam width of the main lobe maximum 1,2 degrees;
(b) - 20-dB, width of the main lobe maximum 3,0 degrees;
(c) loss of the side lobes within ± 10 degrees around the main lobe at least - 25 dB;
(d) loss of the side corner outside ± 10 degrees around the main lobe at least - 32 dB.
4. measured the vertical radiation pattern of the antenna, in a sense, must meet the following requirements: a)-3 dB beam width of the main lobe maximum 30 degrees;
(b) the maximum of the main lobe must lie on the horizontal axis;
(c) loss of the side lobes at least - 25 dB.
5. the radiated radio frequency energy must be horizontally polarized.
6. the operating frequency of the system must be radio regulations to navigational radar equipment approved frequency range above 9 GHz and in one the applicable ITU.
7. the frequency spectrum of the high-frequency energy radiated by the antenna must comply with the ITU Radio Regulations.
Chapter 5 test conditions and test methods for radar equipment article 5.01 safety, load capacity and interference emission testing power supply, security, the mutual influence of shipborne equipment, compass safety distance, the climate resilience, the mechanical power handling, the environmental carrying capacity and noise is carried out according to the "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment General Requirements".

§ 5.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 1.
The measurement of radiated radio interference will be according to the "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment interference", carried out in the frequency range from 30 MHz to 2000 MHz. The requirements according to § 2.02 No. 1 must be met.
2. the requirements must be met according to § 2.02 No. 2 on the electromagnetic compatibility.

Article 5.03 test procedure 1.
The point is established according to annex 2 for the testing of the radar system on an at least 1,5 km long and 0,3 km wide, as calm water surface or on a site with equivalent rear beam properties.
2. a radar reflector, which has an equivalent radar cross-section of 10 m² at a wavelength of 3,2 cm is considered standard reflector. The equivalent radar cross-section (Sigma) of a radar reflector with triangular surfaces for a frequency of 9 GHz (3,2 cm) is calculated according to the formula: (not representable formula) a = edge length in m with a standard reflector with triangular surfaces the edge lengths are a = 0,222 m.
You also then be used for testing the range and resolution claims at a wavelength of 3,2 cm fixed dimensions of the reflectors when the radar facility to be examined has a wavelength other than 3,2 cm.
3. based on a standard reflector at distances of 15 m, 30 m, 45 m, 60 m, 85 m, 300 m, 800 m, 1170 m, 1185 m and 1200 m from the antenna site is situated. Beside the standard reflector at 85 m, standard reflectors provided on on both sides at right angles to the bearing direction at a distance of 5 m. Beside the standard reflector at 300 m distance a reflector with an equivalent radar cross-section of 300 m is situated at right angles to the direction of sight at a distance of 18 m ². More reflectors with a radar cross-section of 1 m2 and 1000 m2 are placed with an azimuthal angle to each other by at least 15 degrees at the same distance of 300 m from the antenna. Beside the standard reflector at a distance of 1200 m standard reflectors and a reflector with a radar cross-section of 1 m be on both sides, at right angles to the direction of sight at a distance of 30 m ².
4. the radar system is best image quality a to rules. The gain must be set so that just no noise is more visible in the area outside the area of effect of the near echo loss. The adjuster for sea-echo suppression (STC) is to switch on "Off" to "Minimum" and for rain echo suppression (FTC). All control organs, which have an influence on the image quality, may no longer be modified during the duration of the test at a specific antenna height and are in an appropriate way to fix.
5. the antenna shall be in any height between 5 and 10 m above the water surface or the ground. The reflectors must be placed at such a height above the water surface or the terrain, that their effective reflection corresponds to the value specified in paragraph 2.
6. all reflectors, which are built up within the selected range, must represented simultaneously as clearly separated targets on the screen in all areas of distance up to 1200 m regardless of the Azimuthal map of the measuring box to the lubber line. Signals from radar beacons after § 3.11 must be properly represented. All requirements of these provisions must be, met at any antenna height between 5 and 10 m, with any necessary settings only in the control bodies of the radar system are allowed.

§ 5.04 antenna measurements the measuring of antenna properties must according to the method "IEC Publication 936 Shipborne radar" are performed.

Appendix 1 Azimuthal resolution relating to including 1200 m text in progress Appendix 2 point to determine of the resolution of radar equipment text processing part IV rules on the minimum requirements and test conditions for turn indicators for inland navigation table of contents chapter 1 General article 1.01 scope 1.02 task of the turn indicator 1.03 1.04 type examination request for examination 1.05 construction approval 1.06 marking of the equipment , Registration number 1.07 manufacturer's Declaration 1.08 modifications to approved equipment Chapter 2 General minimum requirements for turn indicators 2.01 construction, design 2.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 2.03 operation 2.04 operating instructions 2.05 installation and function test Chapter 3 minimum operational requirements for turn indicators 3.01 access to the turn indicator 3.02 turning speed 3.03 measuring ranges 3.04 accuracy of the indicated rate of turn 3.05 sensitivity 3.06 function monitoring 3.07 insensitivity to other typical ship movements 3.08 insensitivity to magnetic fields 3.09 slave indicators Chapter 4 minimum technical requirements to turn indicators 4.01 operation
4.02 damping devices 4.03 connecting auxiliary equipment Chapter 5 test conditions and test methods for turn indicators 5.01 safety, load capacity and interference emission 5.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 5.03 testing system system error limits for turn indicators chapter I General article 1.01 scope these provisions set the technical and operational minimum requirements for devices for indicating the rate of turn (turn indicator) in inland waterway transport firm, as well as the conditions under which verifies compliance with the minimum requirements.

§ 1.02 has the task, to measure the rate of turn of the vessel to port and starboard to support the radar navigation and display task of turning scoreboard of the turn indicators.

§ 1.03 examination turn indicators are to be installed on board vessels only approved, if a type examination was to demonstrate that they meet the minimum requirements set out in these regulations.

Article 1.04 application for type examination 1.
The application for type-examination of a turn indicator is to provide for a competent inspection authority of a Member State. The competent inspection authorities are to announce the Committee.
2. with the application the following documents are to be submitted: a) two detailed technical descriptions;
(b) two complete sets of the circuit and service documents;
(c) two manuals.
3.
The applicant itself is required to check or check to be that the minimum standards established in these regulations have been met. The final report of the test and the measurement reports shall be accompanied by the application. These documents and the data obtained in the examination are stored at the audit authority.
4. during the examination is meant by "Applicant": a natural or legal person under whose name, trade mark or other distinctive label made the facility pending the examination or commercially distributed.

§ 1.05 construction approval 1.
After a successful examination the audit authority issues a certificate, which confirmed the approval. For failure to comply with the minimum requirements the applicant be notified in writing the reasons for rejection. Authorisation is granted by the competent authority. The competent authority shall notify the Committee of the devices it certifies.
2. any inspection authority is entitled at any time to remove an attachment from the series for control testing. The construction approval may be withdrawn if defects arise during this test. The authority which has granted the building approval is responsible for withdrawing.
3. the construction type certification has a validity period of 10 years and may be extended on request.

§ 1.06 marking of the equipment, registration number 1.
Each unit of the plant are in permanent way with the name of the manufacturer, the name of the facility, to provide the type of the device and the serial number.
2. the approval number issued by the competent authority is to attach permanently to the front panel of the system so that it is clearly visible even after the installation. Composition of the approval number: e NN NNN characters have the following meanings: e = European Union = flag of the country: = 1 for Germany 19 = Romania 2 = for France 20 = Poland 3 = Italy 21 = for Portugal = 4 for the Netherlands 23 = Greece 5 = Sweden 24 = Ireland 6 = Belgium 26 = for Slovenia 7 = Hungary 27 = for the Slovakia 8 = for the Czech Republic 29 = for Estonia 9 = Spain 32 = Latvia 11 = for the United Kingdom 34 =.
for Bulgaria 12 = 36 for Austria = for Lithuania 13 = Luxembourg 49 = Cyprus 17 = for Finland 50 = Malta 18 = NNN for Denmark = three-digit number, which is the competent authority.
3. the approval number must be used only in connection with the corresponding approval.
4. the competent authority shall promptly the Committee granted approval number. For making and applying the registration number, the applicant has to make.

§ 1.07 each system manufacturer's declaration must be provided an explanation of the manufacturer, in the assured is that the system complies with the existing minimum requirements and no restrictions is identical to the models featured in the examination.

Changes to approved facilities will void the admission § 1.08 modifications to approved equipment 1. If changes are intended, the audit authority are communicated in writing.
2. the audit authority decides whether the approval persists or whether an investigation or a further examination is necessary. In the case of a new authorisation is granted a new registration number.
Chapter 2 General minimum requirements for turn indicators article 2.01 construction, design 1 turn indicator must for operation on board ships used in inland navigation, be suitable.
2. Design and construction of the facilities must comply with the State of the art in terms of mechanical and electrical.
3. in annex II, or in these regulations not prescribed, apply to the requirements for power, safety, mutual interference of shipborne equipment, the compass safe distance, resistance to climatic influences, mechanical load capacity, the environmental carrying capacity, noise emission and device labelling in the "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment General Requirements" specified requirements and measuring methods. All these requirements must be met at ambient temperatures of the plants from 0 ° C up to 40 ° C.

Section 2.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 1.
Radiated radio interference field strength, not exceed 500 µV/m in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2000 MHz. In the frequency ranges of 156-165 MHz, 450-470 MHz and 1.53 1,544 GHz the field strength does not exceed the value of 15 µV/m. These field strengths shall apply for a measurement distance of 3 m from the examined unit.
2. the equipment must meet the minimum requirements up to 15 V / m at electromagnetic field strengths in the vicinity of the tested equipment in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 2000 MHz.

§ 2.03 operation 1.
It should be no longer control organs than are required for proper operation. Their execution, designation and control must provide a simple, unambiguous and fast operation. They are so arranged that operating errors be avoided if possible. Control organs, which are not necessary for normal operation, shall be immediately accessible.
2. all control organs and viewing must be symbols designated or labeled in English. Symbols shall comply with the requirements contained in IEC Publication No. 417. Numbers and letters must be at least 4 mm high. If for technical reasons a font size of 4 mm for certain terms verifiably not possible and from operational point of view a smaller font is acceptable, a reduction to 3 mm is allowed.
3. the system must be running so that error during operation does not lead to the failure of the system.
4. functions that go beyond the minimum requirements, as well as connections for external devices must be designed that the facility under all conditions met the minimum requirements.

Section 2.04 operating instructions for each plant must be supplied a detailed user manual. It must be available in English, German, French and Dutch language and contain at least the following information: a) start-up and operation;
b) care and maintenance;
(c) General safety rules.

Article 2.05 installation and function test 1.
Part V. 2 applies to installation, the Exchange and the function test.
On the sensor part of the turn indicator, the direction of installation is related to specify on the keel. Installation instructions are to achieve a minimal sensitivity to other typical ship movements to provide.
Chapter 3 minimum operational requirements for turn indicators article 3.01 access to the turn indicator 1.
The turn indicators must within four minutes after the turn be ready and work within the required accuracy limits.
2. the intervention is to display visually. The observation and control of the turn indicator must be simultaneously possible.
3. wireless remote controls are not allowed.

§ 3.02 indication of the rate of turn 1.
The rate of turn shall be displayed on a shared linear scale with zero point in the middle. The turning rate can be read upon the direction and size with required accuracy. Pointer and bar charts (bar count) are allowed.
2. the indicator scale must be at least 20 cm long and can be either circular or stretched out. Elongated scales may be arranged horizontally only.
3. only numeric displays are not allowed.

Turn indicators measuring ranges § 3.03 can with only one or be equipped with several measuring ranges. Following measuring ranges are recommended: 30 ° / minute, 60 ° / minute, 90 ° / minute, 180 ° / minute, 300 ° / minute.
 

§ 3.04 accuracy of the indicated rate of turn the displayed value may vary not more than 2% of the area or not more than 10% of the true value. The greater value is allowed (see System).

Sensitivity which may trigger threshold change angle speed of 1% of the set range not exceed section 3.05.

§ 3.06 function monitoring 1.
If the turn indicators not within the required accuracy limits work, this must be indicated.
2. If a gyroscope is used, the critical change of the top speed with a display must be signaled. A change of the rotor speed, the 10% decrease in the accuracy is critical causes.

Article 3.07 insensitivity to other ship movements 1 rolling at angles up to 10 ° for angular velocities up to 4 ° per second may cause no beyond the tolerance limits measurement errors.
2. Stoßförmige loads occur for example in creating display error can cause no permanent, may on the tolerance limits and beyond.

Section 3.08 insensitivity to magnetic fields of the turn indicators must be insensitive to magnetic fields which typically occur on board ships.

§ 3.09 slave indicators slave indicators must meet all requirements, which are placed on the turn indicator.
Chapter 4 minimum technical requirements to turn indicators article 4.01 operation 1.
All control organs must be so installed that no corresponding display will be covered during their operation and without limitation radar navigation remains possible.
2.
All control organs and displays must be equipped with a glare-free, suitable for all light conditions illumination can be adjusted with an independent adjuster to zero.
3. the pressing sense of control organs must be so that activities a negative impact on the body size have a positive and actuations RIGHTWARDS or upwards to the left or down.
4. If pushbuttons are used, they must be designed for that they can be found and activated by keys. In addition, they must have a noticeable pressure point.

§ 4.02 damping device 1.
The sensor system is critically damped be. The damping time constant (63% of final value) must not exceed 0.4 seconds.
2. the indicator must be critically damped be. There may be a control organ to the additional magnification of display damping. Do not exceed the damping time constant of 5 seconds.

§ 4.03 connection of auxiliary equipment 1.
If the turn indicator has a way of connecting daughter ad or similar, must be the turning speed signal as an electrical signal available. The signal must be electrically by mass separately and as a proportional analog voltage with 20 mV / degree ± 5% and a maximum 100 ohm internal resistance will be available. The polarity must be positive for starboard rotation and negative for port rotation of the vessel. The threshold may not exceed a value of 0.3 ° / min. The zero point error must not exceed a value of 1 ° per minute ° C in the temperature range of 0 to 40 ° C. The turn indicators and quiescent installation of the sensor, the interference voltage in the output signal must not exceed 10 mV measured behind a low-pass filter of first order with 10 Hz bandwidth. The speed signal of turn of be number 1 beyond damping available with a beyond the borders according to § 4.02.
2. to an external alarm switch, a switching must exist. This switch contact must be electrically separated from the turn indicators. The external alarm must be activated by closing the switch contact each, if a) the turn indicator is off, b) the turn indicator is not operational or c) addressed the function monitoring because of an unacceptably high error (article 3.06).
Chapter 5 test conditions and test methods for turn indicators article 5.01 safety, load capacity and interference emission testing power supply, security, the mutual influence of shipborne equipment, compass safety distance, the climate resilience, the mechanical power handling, the environmental carrying capacity and noise is carried out according to the "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment General Requirements".

§ 5.02 radiated radio interference and electromagnetic compatibility 1.
The measurement of radiated radio interference will be according to the "IEC Publication 945 marine navigational equipment interference" carried out in the frequency range from 30 MHz to 2000 MHz. The requirements according to § 2.02 number 1 must be met.
2. the requirements according to § 2.02 number 2 electromagnetic compatibility must be met.

Article 5.03 test procedure 1.
The turn indicator is operated under nominal conditions and under extreme conditions and tested. It the operating voltage and the ambient temperature can be changed up to the prescribed limits. Also operate radio transmitter for generating the border field strengths in the area of the turn indicator.
2. under the conditions referred to in point 1, the display error must be within the limits shown in the system. All other requirements must be met.

System error limits for turn indicators (not representable system) part V regulations for the installation and functional testing of radar navigation equipment and the turn indicators in inland navigation table of contents sections 1 aim this regulation 2 approval of equipment 3 approved specialised firms 4 requirements of on-board power supply 5 installation of the radar antenna 6 installation of radar sight unit and the control unit 7 installation of the turn indicator 8 installation of the position sensor 9 installation and function test 10 certificate of installation and function plant plant specimen of certificate on the installation and function of radar equipment and turn indicator § 1 purpose this provision with these regulations to ensure that the navigation radar and turn indicator systems are incorporated in the interest of security and ease of radar navigation on inland waterways in the community according to optimum technical and ergonomic aspects and then a function test is carried out. Inland ECDIS equipment which can be operated in navigation mode, are navigational radar equipment within the meaning of those provisions.

§ 2 approval of equipment for the radar navigation on inland waterways in the community may only devices built in, according to the rules of this directive or of the Central Commission for the navigation of the Rhine have been an approved and carry a registration number.

Article 3 approved specialised firms 1.
The installation or replacement as well as the repair or maintenance of radar systems and turn indicators may be only by specialist companies, who are recognized by the competent authority on the basis of article 1.
2. recognition may be pronounced by the competent authority limited. She may be revoked by the competent authority, if the requirements are no longer referred to in § 1.
3. the competent authority shall promptly the contractors recognized by the Committee.

§ 4 each have an own hedging requirements for the on-board power supply need power supply for radar systems and turn indicators and be as resilient.

§ 5 installation of the radar antenna 1.
The radar antenna shall be installed as close as possible via the Central longitudinal axis of the vessel. No obstacle should reside in the radiation area of the antenna, that can cause false echoes or unwanted shadows; If necessary, the antenna must be installed on the forecastle. Installation and fastening of the radar antenna in the operating position must be so stable that the radar system with the required accuracy can work.
2. after the installation angle error has been corrected, the difference between lubber line and vessel longitudinal axis shall be not greater than 1 degree after the adjustment of the radar image.

§ 6 installation of the radar sight unit and the control unit 1 indicator and Control Panel must be in the wheelhouse be installed, that the evaluation of the radar picture and the operation of the radar system are easily possible. The Azimuthal position of the radar image must match the natural situation of the surroundings. Brackets and adjustable consoles are to construct, that they can be locked in any position without vibrations.
2. during radar navigation, artificial light may cause no reflections in the direction of the radar observer.
3. If the operating parts of the monitor are installed, they must be located in a housing, which must be not more than 1 m from the screen is arranged. Wireless remote controls are not allowed.
4. If slave indicators are installed, they are subject to the regulations, that apply to navigational radar equipment.

§ 7 installation of the turn indicator 1.
The sensor component installed as possible amidships, horizontal and aligned on the longitudinal axis of the vessel. The installation site should be as free of vibrations and are subject to low temperature fluctuations. The display unit should be fitted as possible over the indicator.
2. If slave indicators are installed, they are subject to the regulations, that apply to turn indicators.

§ 8 installation of the position sensor which position sensor (E.g. DGPS antenna) must to be installed, that he achieves the best possible accuracy and as little as possible be affected by superstructures and transmitters on board.

§ 9 installation and function check before of the first start-up after installation, with renewals or extensions of the ship's certificate (except pursuant to annex II section 2.09 number 2) as well as after each modification to the ship, which could adversely affect the operating conditions of these facilities, must by of the competent authority or by a specialist company recognized under section 3 an installation and function test be performed. The following conditions must be met: a) the power supply is equipped with an own coverage;
(b) the operating voltage is within tolerance (part III section 2.01);
(c) the cable and its installation conform to the requirements of annex II and, where appropriate, the ADNR;
(d) the antenna speed is at least 24 per minute;
(e) in the beam area of the antenna no obstacle exists on board, which impairs navigation;
(f) the safety switch of the antenna is ready to use;
(g) vision, turn indicators and control panels are arranged ergonomically positioned;
h) the lubber line of the radar system differs no more than 1 degree from the longitudinal axis of the ship;
(i) the distance and azimuth representation accuracy requirements (measurement on the basis of known targets);
(k) the linearity in the vicinity (pushing and pulling) is fine;
(l) is the viewable distance ≤ 15 m; m), the center of the image is visible and no bigger in diameter than 1 mm; n) false echoes by reflections and unwanted shadows in the advance area do not exist or interfere with the safe passage;
(o) sea echo and rain echo suppression (STC and FTC preset) and their settings are OK;
p)
the adjustability of the reinforcement is fine;
(q) image sharpness and resolution are in order;
(r) the turning direction of the vessel corresponds to the indication on the turn indicator and the zero position when straight is fine;
(s) a sensitivity of the radar against releases of the on-board radio system or interference from other polluters on board is not available;
(t) an interfering with other on-board devices through the radar equipment and/or the turn indicator is not given.
In addition to Inland ECDIS equipment: u) the statistical position error on the card should not exceed 2 m.
(v) the statistical angle error on the card shall not exceed 1 degree.

Section 10 certificate of installation and function after a successful verification according to § 8 provides the competent authority or the approved specialist company a certificate of the model of the plant. This certificate is to constantly carry on board. Failure of the test conditions, a deficiency list is issued. A possibly existing certificate will be drafted or sent by the recognised specialist company of the competent authority.

System model of the certificate on the installation and function of the radar equipment and the turn indicators attesting to the installation and function of the radar and turn indicator name of the vehicle...
Type of vehicle...
Uniform European vessel number...
 
Ship owner...
 
Name...
 
Address...
 
Phone...
 
 
 
 
Radars:...
Number:...
 
Item No. No. number designation type approval number serial number turn indicators:...
Number:...
 
Item No. No. number designation type approval number serial number hereby certify that radar systems and turn indicators of this vehicle complies with regulations for the installation and functional testing of radar navigation equipment and the turn indicators in inland navigation.
 
Recognised specialist company name...
 
Address...
 
Telefon
............
............
............
(Place)
(Date)
 
Stamp...
 
 
(Signature)
 
The authority responsible for the recognition of specialist company name...
 
Address...
 
Phone...
Part VI pattern of putting together the testing institutes, of approved equipment and approved installation companies according to part IV and part V A. competent testing authorities under part 1 section 1.04 number 1 B. approved radar equipment under part IV § 1.06 number 4 indicated - no. type manufacturer owner registration day and land registration No. doc.-No.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

C. approved speed-of-turn indicator according to part IV § 1.06 number 4 indicated - no. type manufacturer owner registration day and land registration No. doc.-No.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

D. approved contractors for the installation or replacement of radars and the turn indicators under part V section 3 Note: the letter labels in column 4 refer to the names in column 1 of the collections under the letter B (radars) and C (speed indicator of turn of) indicated - no. company address approved device types must according to the list in column 11 part VII compasses and tax rate transmitter section 1 requirements on compasses and tax rate transmitter compasses and tax rate transmitters for use on inland waterways referred to in annex III, Chapter 6 meet either one of the following specifications: 1 gyro-EN ISO 8728, EN 60945 2. magnetic compass-ISO 2269, EN ISO 449 of 3. electromagnetic compass (TMHD): with a rotation rate of 6 ° / sec (cf. ISO 22090-3)--EN ISO 11606, EN 60945 4. tax rate transmitter (THD) gyro-base-- ISO 22090 - 1, EN 60945 5. tax rate transmitter (THD) magnetic base - ISO 22090 - 2, EN 60945 6 tax rate transmitter (THD) GNSS-based - ISO 22090 - 3, EN 60945 a tax rate transmitter (THD) after no. 4 , 5 or 6 must be equipped with an analogue display, 2269 meets the requirements of a compass No. 2.2.6.1.2 and EN 60945 according to ISO,.
Part VIII regulations for the installation of compasses on magnetic base (here called magnetic compasses) and tax rate transmitter on magnetic base table of contents sections 1 General 2 separation distances sources of magnetic interference 3 fixtures and Kompensiermittel section 1 General 1.
The site of the magnetic compass for inland waterway vessels must be selected within the framework of the given possibilities that an impairment of the function of the magnetic compass is largely avoided by the vibrations to be expected at normal speed of the vessel.
2. is more than a magnetic compasses for inland waterway vessels on board, so this magnetic compasses do not affect each other. Kompensiermittel and a compass rose system must have a distance of at least 2 m rose system of the other.
3. in the case of failure of the mains, the lighting for reading the magnetic compass by an emergency power source must be ensured.
4. the magnetic compass for inland waterway vessels must be entered in the Mittschiffsebene.

§ 2 separation distances from magnetic interference 1 DC run end cables in the vicinity of the magnetic compass must be double-pin installed. The same applies in relation to the current within the following areas around the center of the compass rose: up to 10 A 5 m, about 10 A to 50 A 7 m, over 50 A 9 m. clamps for cables and performing pipes for cables magnetisier-barem material as well as iron armoured cables must have a distance of at least 1 m from the magnetic compass.
2. magnetic compasses for inland waterway vessels must be so fitted steel shipbuilding parts from the compass rose Center distance at least 1 m. Outside the iron-free zone, magnetisable material must be arranged symmetrically as possible to the Mittschiffsebene.
3. the magnetic compass may not be in a wheelhouse, that is completely made of magnetisable material. If the wheelhouse to the part of magnetizable material is manufactured, this material should be symmetrical to the compass.
4. electrical systems and equipment must be arranged in principle at a distance from the magnetic compass, which is not less than the stated safety distance between. In the certificates issued by the competent authority protection distance values (minimum) of the magnetic-control and magnetic control compass are the values specified there as reduced separation distances (reduced clearances).

Section 3 fixtures and Kompensiermittel 1.
A suspended gimbal magnetic compass must be mounted firmly in a related holding device with drive shaft bearings.
2. the restraint of the magnetic compass including guard, control lens, and transmission equipment must be so largely free of iron that the deflection of the compass rose by any existing magnetisable material on any rate exceeds ± 1 °.
3. in the case of reflection or projection compasses, obtained via an optical equipment, a sector of the rose by at least 15 ° must be visible on the reading device (screen, mirror) on both sides of the control stroke. The same applies if a control Magnifier is used. The magnetic compass heading read by the optical transmission equipment must match within read off directly at the main control bar by ± 1 °.
4. the device must allow alignment after mounting a rotation around the vertical axis of ± 2 °.
5. the inclination clearance of a gimballed magnetic compass within the fixture must be at least 40°. These must not be impaired by additional facilities such as rate detectors, sampling probes, and similar installations for self steering systems.
6. the magnetic compass can be illuminated so, that he is readable without glare to accomodate someone at any time from a distance of at least 1 m. Electric lighting is available, so they must be adjustable. Failure of the main power source, the lighting must be via an emergency power source or otherwise secured. The incandescent of electric lighting can be replaced at any time easily and safely. Electrical cables for DC must be twisted in the immediate vicinity of the magnetic compass.
7. where the magnetic compasses, placed outside of the deck house, such as on the roof of the deck house, the holding device with a removable protective cover must be provided. In these cases, it must be ensured that adequate ventilation of the room within the fixture is guaranteed.
8 Kompensiermittel to compensate for the stemming of the fixed ship magnetism coefficients B and C as well as the trillions of the induced magnetism of ship coefficients D are to provide appropriate facilities. Such as connectors for the longitudinal and cross ship direction magnets are suitable. To compensate for the coefficient D can D balls, D tubes, as well as on or under the magnetic compass mounted D-strips are used.
(a) these compensate facilities must be permanently and securely attached and accessible for the Kompassregulierer and easy to handle. Accidental altering of the compensated values must be excluded.
b)
The compensating magnets for the coefficients B and C must be as far as possible below the magnetic compass as per annex 1. Is space reasons an application before or after the magnetic compass or port - or tax Bord side needed, the magnets are symmetrical to the magnetic compass to attach.
(c) compensating magnets for B must be so placed that the transept level through the Rose Center halved exactly the compensating magnets. The compensating magnets for C are to attach so that the longitudinal-ship plane through the Centre of the rose halved exactly the compensating magnets.
(d) the material for the Kompensiermittel of trillions of the fixed ship magnetism coefficients B and C must have a coercivity of at least 11.2 kA/m.
(e) the material for the Kompensiermittel of trillions from the volatile magnetism coefficient D cannot have a coercivity of a maximum of 120 kA/m.
(f) it is recommended to select the magnetic moment for magnets to compensate the fixed longitudinal and transverse field strengths between 1.5 on the M2 and 3.0 on the sq or 4.0 of the sq and 5.0 on the square.
(g) it is recommended to use the so-called Mu metal soft iron Strip as D strips.
At ball compasses they run it as Temple, at flat glass compasses as small D strips.
h) mechanical compensate institutions which the deflection coefficients are adjustable B and C by steady turning or moving of compensating magnets, may only be fitted if they are found by the competent authority for the use on board as suitable and safe.
9 options for mounting ears a) installation of magnetic control compasses can be distinguished: aa) fitted in the controller, on a table or a console in the wheelhouse, bb) fitted in the wheelhouse below the wheelhouse ceiling (ceiling compass), cc) installation on the roof of the wheelhouse.
(b) when the installation referred to in a double letter is aa to consider the following: the installation of the Kompensiermittel for the coefficients B and C has to be carried out under the magnetic compass. In exceptional cases, where this is not possible, can the installation on both sides or in front or behind the magnetic compass on the table, the console or the controller take place. A prerequisite, however, is that on both sides, as well as front and rear of the magnetic compass is enough space for the installation of the Kompensiermittel available, i.e. no devices may be installed at a distance of 600 mm from the center of roses in advance - and aft alignment, as well as on both sides in the direction of the transept. The space under the magnetic compass, where the offset facility is housed, must be defined and can be closed. Devices made of magnetisable material may not be stored in this space.
(c) in the case of installation of the magnetic compass referred to a double letter bb we recommend the following: the holding device of magnetic compasses (ceiling compasses) placed at the ceiling of the deck house consists usually of two arms with drive shaft bearings for mounting the shaft pin of the magnetic compass. The alignment of the magnetic compass according to § 3 can be achieved such as no. 4 by the two legs at the distance of cardan axles are firmly connected with a beam of non-magnetisable material and of sufficient strength. The Traverse will allow swivel attached slots in their midst in the Mittschiffsebene under the ceiling with a strong, non-magnetizable bolts in the projecting ends of the beam alignment and then the final fixture. The ceiling in the Traverse and the compensation facilities, insofar as this is necessary, must be reinforced. Because the use of D pipes and D-balls due to the difficult installation under the ceiling of the deck house usually does not occur, ceiling compasses should be equipped with a device for the attachment of D marks.
(d) for the installation of the magnetic compass referred to a double letter cc is to consider the following: since the magnetic compass on the roof of the deck house is exposed to the weather conditions and temperature fluctuations, this is to be provided in the holding device with a protective hood. These must be splash-proof, removable and lockable. After installation according to section 3 to allow an alignment of Mount to barrel No. 4, the gasket between the wheelhouse roof and locking mechanism may not be sealing compound or similar material. Is the distance of the Roses magnets attached up to the lower edge of the ceiling cladding of the deck house 600 mm and smaller, so the B - and C-magnets in plugs and Sockets beneath the wheelhouse. But this distance is exceeded, as is the case for so-called abbreviated compass stands, the plugs and Sockets in this fixture must be installed. As an entering of the wheelhouse roof to replace the light bulb is not always possible, it can be replaced from the wheelhouse.