BS 505:1971 - Specification for road traffic signals
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BS 505:1971

Specification for road traffic signals

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : October 1971 Replaced By : BS EN 12368:2000

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Standard NumberBS 505:1971
TitleSpecification for road traffic signals
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date12 October 1971
Withdrawn Date15 July 2000
Cross ReferencesBS 88:Part 1, BS 381C, BS 555, BS 729, BS 800, BS 861, BS 873:Part 1, BS 892, BS 1376, BS 1449, BS 1452, BS 1470, BS 1490, BS 1615, BS 1871, BS 2011:Part 2A, BS 2011:Part 2B, BS 2214, BS 2569:Part 1, BS 2782, BS 3871, BS 4300/2, BS 6004, BS 6007, BS 6346, CP 1013
Replaced ByBS EN 12368:2000
Amended ByAMD 1990
Draft Superseded By69/17781 DC
DescriptorsTraffic lights, Indicator lights, Roads, Red, Orange, Green, Luminous intensity, Luminance, Motor roads, Pedestrian roads, Level crossings, Aeronautical ground lights, Product design, Pedestrian-crossing lights, Chromaticity, Dimensions, Height, Lighting systems, Installation, Symbols, Lamps, Lamp caps, Electrical components, Lighting columns, Amber
Title in FrenchSignalisation routiere. Specification
Title in GermanStrassenverkehrssignale. Spezifikation
ISBN0 580 06685 1
File Size1.446 MB

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