BS EN 50148:1996 - Electronic taximeters – BSI British Standards

BS EN 50148:1996

Electronic taximeters

Status : Current   Published : March 1996

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This Standard applies to electronic taximeters, to be installed on public hire vehicles (taxis or cabs) which, with the aid of electronic devices, calculate and indicate the amount to be paid by the passenger. This standard does not apply to taximeters being remotely controlled by external intelligence as far as it concerns the functions described in this standard.

This standard does not deal with performance requirements of the taximeter after installation or with the installation itself.

ISBN 0 580 25249 3




Standard NumberBS EN 50148:1996
TitleElectronic taximeters
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 March 1996
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 50148:1995
Draft Superseded By93/209669 DC
DescriptorsTaximeters, Meters, Electronically-operated devices, Units of measurement, Calculators, Position, Pricing, Electric connectors, Rated voltage, Errors, Sealing materials, Marking, Type testing, Testing conditions, Conformity, Inspection, Visual inspection (testing), Thermal testing, Vibration testing, Electrical testing, Speedometers, Electronic engineering
ICS03.220.01
43.040.30
Title in FrenchTaximètres électroniques
Title in GermanElektronische Fahrpreisanzeiger
CommitteeEPL/278
ISBN0 580 25249 3
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size358.6 KB
Price£130.00


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