Future safety design: Revision of ISO 13849-1 and performance level
ISO 13849-1 is the most important standard for regulating the basic principles and performance required of a safety control system for machines and devices.
This standards was greatly revised in November 2006. The revision is expected to cause major changes in the fundamentals of safety and system design.
This white paper helps explain the content of the revision.
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